The rodent revolution sure is a fascinating one. Granted I couldn't really follow the politics, but I knew I was rooting for the good ones. I was too busy being enamored with each new ally and enemy soldier I discovered. The art direction of Tooth and Tail is as earnest as it is detailed.

I don't normally take time to stop and smell the pixels during a real-time strategy battle, but I don't normally get to play a real-time strategy with the comfort of a controller either. Once I stopped asking how and why Tooth and Tail works as well as it looks I also noticed that winning was pretty fun, too. It's a rag tag revolutionary experience whose pieces shouldn't work together, but because they do you know which side is going to win. Thanks getting me caught up, Tooth and Tail.

Games of 2017

Throughout January, the Games of 2017 will lead the way towards The 2017 Grimmys - Horrible Night's Games of the Year Awards.

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