You like games? I got your stinkin’ games. But here’s some other stuff first.
Evan and Clint use a shovel to bounce around like they’re rewriting history, or somethin’.
In almost every review I write, there is inevitably a point at which it will be tempting to fill a paragraph with pointless comparisons. “It’s a GTA-style open-world game,” or “a fast-paced Call of Duty-type shooter.” I do my best to avoid these comparisons, because I think they’re a little cheap, and more than a little easy. Every now and then a game comes along, however, that is practically begging to be compared. Enter Shovel Knight.