Summary: The game embraces its weirdness and it works. The cinematics alone make it worth buying. When combined with the innovative and challenging gameplay, the creative and bizarre enemies, its replayability and the eye-catching graphics, the game is a real winner
Ajay Kumar Ajay has been a hardcore gamer since he owned a Sega Genesis during the Dark Ages of the 90s. He moved on to the Nintendo 64 and had brief affair with the GameCube before becoming a member of the Glorious PC Gaming Master Race. Ajay games on Android phones because the Apple logo makes him hungry. When he's not gaming he does freelance writing.