Yahtzee laments the need to fulfill all secondary objectives and find all the secrets in the game for some meaningless achievement or reward.
Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw types up more scathing commentary on the game industry and community every week.
The glut of remastered games forces Yahtzee to examine the phenomena and determine if they are worth the extra cash ... or even the developer's effort.
Review scores are ridiculous, but if we must have them, then here is a system that should be implemented if you don't want to be bothered reading the review.
The concept of expansion packs has changed a bit over the years, to the point now where "standalone" expansions are all the rage. Yahtzee examines the semantics.
Yahtzee takes on AAA games, particularly Lords of the Fallen, and how to send in the clones.
Yahtzee takes a moment to explain the jumpscare and how anticipation is more his enemy than the actual scare itself.
Yahtzee tackles a topic of the "PC Master Race," but refuses to get roped into a debate. It's about pushing boundaries and not letting the thought police win.
Yahtzee tackles The Talos Principle and compares it to other first person puzzlers. Is it better than Portal, Myst or Zork Nemesis?
Yahtzee doesn't like to explain himself when it comes to his top and bottom five choices ... but he does it any way this week with an honorable mention, and a few dishonorable ones.
Yahtzee continues his enthusiastic recounting of how he plans to tie the stories of 55 different video game stories into one unifying world.
Yahtzee greatly disapproves.
Many games that have RPG elements to them seem to ignore those elements during game play. Why? Yahtzee lays out a new commandment for developers to follow.
Aside from its technical issues, Assassin's Creed: Unity has a few confusing plot points for its main character, Arno. Yahtzee takes a closer look.
Time events in AAA games, either quick or slow, are becoming a nuisance to an absurd level. Press F to Pay Respects for example ...
Sunset Overdrive tries to be funny, but it just doesn't work in most cases because the game refuses to follow some basic rules of comedy.