I found the way it de­liv­ered its story too obtu se

PC GAMER (UK) - - NETWORK - Phil Sav­age Ed­i­tor

Look, I don’t want to make ex­cuses, but it’s been a busy month and my print­out is still miss­ing, pre­sumed re­cy­cled. As a re­sult, I have not played any new games this month. In­stead, here’s a cou­ple of games I played last month, that I never wrote about be­cause I wasn’t much of a fan.

The first, Hori­zon Chase Turbo, was rec­om­mended to me af­ter I re­viewed Out­run- alike Slip­stream. It’s… fine. The world is colourful, and it’s a breezy enough way to spend 20 min­utes, but the han­dling fails to cap­ture the ar­cade plea­sure of those early time-at­tack rac­ers.

The sec­ond is Cul­tist Sim­u­la­tor. Our re­viewer, Chris Liv­ingston, was a fan, but I found the way it de­liv­ered its story too ob­tuse and hard to fol­low. I felt like I was spin­ning the wheels, try­ing to earn re­sources with­out ever mak­ing progress.

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