Unfortunately, I never did play the original Destroy All Humans when it was released in 2005 or any of the sequels and spinoffs. However, playing the remake of this fifteen year old game in 2020, has been a delight. For the sake of this review, I do not have anything to compare it to, so I will be approaching this game and review as a first time player to the franchise.
When Sony announced Ghost of Tsushima at Paris Games Week in 2017, I was intrigued. We did not get much information at the time, but I have long wanted a good samurai game.
Superhot: Mind Control Delete is the standalone expansion to the 2016 hit, Superhot, a game that has caused me more anxiety than I care to admit.