I was very much on the fence about whether I would like the game, but after playing upon release and sinking a fair few hours into it, my concerns were mostly sliced with a large machete and shot with an silenced MP5 in the head.
Quoth the Hot Wheels aficionado: Gimme fuel, gimme fire; gimme that which I desire, ooh! Now, do Hot Wheels actually require fuel? I have no idea.
Digimon Ghost Game can’t seem to decide whether it wants to go all in on being a horror anime or a fun children/shonen series, and as such feels like it is still yet to carve out a clear identity for itself.
After returning to the series’ roots with the reboot of the original Digimon Adventure series, the franchise takes a wild turn with Digimon Ghost Game—which unapologetically throws everything we knew about Digimon out the window and, in its place, presents a dark occultic-themed take on Digital Monsters.