A game with great ideas, but just falls short on the execution.
Hatsune Miku is slowly growing hard to ignore. With a successful concert tour and two different rhythm games making their way to the US last year, it seems like western audiences can’t get enough of the Vocaloid and her friends. Sega is hoping to keep this momentum going by bringing over the largest collection of Miku music ever with Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone. Featuring over 200 songs in the full collection and over 300 different customization options, fans should certainly being paying attention, but so should fans of rhythm games in general.
A fast game with fast decisions
Evolution vs Revolution
One of the biggest complaints at the launch of the Playstation VR was the lack of games that felt like full retail products. Crytek is looking to solve that problem with Robinson: The Journey, a sci-fi exploration problem solving game set in a world of dinosaurs.
He’s just getting started.
The definitive first person hack-and-slash RPG for the modern era gets even more definitive.