The single best video game of all time. The characters, the story, the visuals, the gameplay, the world, the depth, the acting, the sound design, the score, the horror, the beauty. You really need to play this to see for yourself.
Masterful piece of art. Touching, inspiring and almost religious experience, all without a single word spoken. The ambient soundtrack is one of the best stuff in gaming history.
After second and third playthrough, this game joined my all-time favorites and takes place easily among the best horror games I've ever played. It all comes together as soon as you realize the self-awareness and irony, with which it approaches the horror/thriller genre, and you as the player are set to prevent characters of doing all the stupid decisions you hate in your average slashers - or to make them decide even worse.
It's got everything. Meaningful and heartbreaking story, well-written and relatable characters, variety of interesting villains (plus good boss fights). The gameplay alone made me return to play it again a few times over and reach Platinum. A game made with care and detail, which deserves every piece of its praise. They really managed to make a Spider-Man game, which is crafted better than all the Spidey movies combined.
As a full-priced Resident Evil remake? Too damn short and rushed. As a DLC/spinoff to RE2? Actually pretty good.
A pleasant surprise. Initially, I thought this will be a stealth only game, and I am glad to be proven wrong. The story is interesting, the gameplay is enjoyable, but the lack of motion capture is very apparent and keeps the game out of reaching its full potential.
Atmospheric horror ambience, surprisingly very faithful to the original Alien (1979), in terms of production design, sound design and terrifying experience. Xenomorph's very clever AI was challenging to beat as well as the creepy white androids. At the end of the day, the narrative shortcuts are keeping Alien: Isolation from perfection, but it is still easily one of the best horror videogames ever made.
Exceptional narrative and technological masterpiece. Bold, gut-wrenching and beautiful. The story is devastatingly realistic, an absolute opposite of fan service. I never thought anything could reach the qualities of the first game. But this sequel defies all odds and delivers unpredicable, immersive experience.