A deeply engaging story that addresses mature themes, unsettling the player and complementing the narrative. While some areas fall flat, there’s plenty here to keep you invested.
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This short-lived, artistically-worthy slice of downloadable eccentricity fails on that most crucial of fundamentals – it's just not much fun to play.
Savage Moon offers a unique and refreshing counterpoint to the cutesy tower defence games the market seems to be flooded with at the moment.
Sony's PSN is full of high quality releases, but High Velocity Bowling isn't one of them.
Ultimately, Rag Doll Kung Fu comes across as something of a tech demo, the kind of thing you might expect Healey and co showed to Sony executives when trying to get LBP off the ground.
Pneuma can appear pompous and over-reaching, and those who buy it for the puzzles alone will walk away disappointed. As a package though, it's worth checking out.
Ready at Dawn, finished by the afternoon.
ABXY Moon (sorry)
Ironfall is a terrible third-person shooter with clunky cover mechanics, shoddy controls and even worse voice-acting.