It's hard to imagine that games could look like this, so drenched in detail as to recall some of the exemplary painters in Western art.

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If you are troubled by the Disneyfication of historical tragedies than you’ll probably be turned off by it, regardless of its conspicuously good intentions.

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“Astro Bot” is easy to pick up, a joy to play and challenging to master.

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Befitting its name, “Odyssey” is a mammoth game, the kind one can sink a few dozen hours into and still have a staggering number of tasks before the credits roll.

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The story it tells is a reminder of how, at any moment, chaos may erupt into our lives.

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Like a tourist trap, it provides a predictable, consistent experience that’s enlivened by its eye-catching environments.

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It's very entertaining, but it's really a familiar thrill ride with new scenery.

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The overall result is a spectacular experience that wins with varied play, humor and amusement parklike excitement.

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The game might not make you think any differently about gentrification but it will likely take your mind off other real-world cares.

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“Anamorphine’s” emotional energy arises from the movement through its environments, seeing how they connect and comment on one another.

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