Jae Lee writes: Visual fidelity is, in actuality, a double edged blade.
When a game looks impressive enough to the point it could be mistaken for a high-budgeted title, we can’t help but expect the rest of the package to be on par with the visuals.
I mean, if it looks like a chicken, right?
However, when the gameplay and overall polish of the game falls short of expectations, I can’t help but feel that too much of the budget and time was spent on the visuals alone, leaving the overall experience feeling rushed and hollow.
Such is the case with Woolfe – The Red Hood Diaries.