Noah F. Houghton
Set in what seems to be New York City several hundred years in the future, “The Sky is Yours” does not follow the traditional narrative arc expected of its ilk.
There comes a time in every galaxy’s life, as the impending heat-death of the universe edges ever closer, when a young set of stars and large spherical masses might look around and start to think, “Hey, those are some pretty nice giant balls of flaming gas which surround me in this dark matter sea."
It’s a great single-player experience that you might not want to play again after you beat it, but it’s a hell of a time while you’re on that first run.
In Hellblade, everything’s very intimate—the camera is very close to Senua. It’s brutal, and it’s very visceral, so combat is different.