Very few games stand out. That is the brutal truth from a games journalist and reviewer. Sure we can find positives and negatives, there is sometimes a strong plot to keep us tied into the game or more often than naught, once we are done reviewing the game, it will likely never get booted up again. It’s a sad truth, one that I’m not sure many of my colleagues would be too happy with me saying, but it is the truth. There is always another game to review and unless a game can grab us, entices us or obsess us, the chances of revisiting it once the review goes live are slim. It is a slightly cynical viewpoint that I and some of my fellow reviewers share. Sometimes we need a pallet cleanser, something to blow the cobwebs from our mind and remind us why we love doing what we do.