A slime-filled respite from ongoing global catastrophe, the jelly bean battle royale has become one of the biggest games of 2020. Now its developers want it to become a very different kind of platform.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is stuffed with content and collectables. And, like any open-world leviathan, it has glitches and wrinkles, too. But what if those disembodied voices and dead-end plots aren’t mistakes? What if “the truth” really is out there?
Sucker Punch and Sony’s samurai yarn fetishises Japanese history and cinema while trotting out the same old routine of combat and collecting.