Rachel Watts played Twin Mirror, Dontnod's new mystery game. The studio famous for Life is Strange have made another game about a strange small town, but one that seems to lack the emotional connection at that game's heart. Instead, it's a game about a character who investigates with the help of a mind palace and an imaginary twin, a character it hints is on the autism spectrum without ever committing to the idea.
Andy Kelly played Immortals Fenyx Rising, the third Ubisoft open-world game released in quick succession. This one's a light-hearted and cartoonish take on Greek mythology, with puzzles and gliding that owe a debt to Breath of the Wild. Though its traversal is apparently a bit lacking and it's overfull of collectibles as you'd expect, if you don't have a Switch it might scratch that itch.
Fraser Brown played Empire of Sin, and found it all a bit Buggy Malone. The strategy game about 1920s gangsters by Romero Games remains a fascinating idea, a bootlegging management sim that's also XCOM with tommyguns, but between unengaging combat and savefile corruption it seems worth waiting for some patches and maybe an expansion.
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