The logo of Dorfromantik

Review

A quaint city-builder inspired by the German and Swiss countryside, Dorfromantik is an incredibly relaxing yet addicting experience.

Alaloth Key Art Review

Review

Alaloth: Champions of the Four Kingdoms is a solid, mechanical RPG where players looking to reward their character sheet will thrive, but for other RPG fans it suffers from divisive design decisions

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Review

The Eternal Cylinder is a survival game on an alien planet where there is a giant cylinder threatening to crush the world. The Trebhams are small creatures that are responsible for trying to stop the

War Mongrels

Review

War Mongrels is a thrilling ride that will test your abilities through stories inspired by historical events as you fight back against fascism during WWII.

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Review

Cyberpunk 2077's next-gen upgrade is finally here, but is it enough to make amends for the rocky launch?

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Review

Land of Screens is a wholesome point-and-click game from Serenity Forge and Way Down Deep that wants to cut your screen time short in real life. It's not the most groundbreaking or memorable game,

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For the first time ever Senran Kagura and Neptunia are collaborating with each other. When the Neptunia girls enter a ninja world, there is no shortage of strange events that will occur.

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While lower budget games might often struggle to perfectly pull off their gameplay and narrative ambitions, I find they’re often able to overcome their downfalls because they’re usually filled to t

Warstride Challenges - Key Art

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Warstride Challenges is a high-energy run-and-gun game that tries to marry Trackmania and Doom in a bloody fusion of gore and high speed.

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Away: The Survival Series is a new action-adventure game with survival elements, as you play as a young sugar glider who needs to learn how to survive in the wild after a cataclysm ripped Earth apart

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Coming off the disappointing lifespan of their previous new IP, Hyper Scape, Ubisoft Montreal leaves the battle royale genre behind in favor of sports ball. To their credit, fusing roller derby with

Embr Title Card

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Many studios have tried and failed over the last few years to become the next Overcooked; a wonderful

Key art depicting the main characters and sinister aliens of Squad 51 vs. the Flying Saucers

Review

In our Squad 51 vs. the Flying Saucers review, we take a look at a game that is both a modern shmup and a retro throwback.

Potion Permit Review - cover

Review

In our Potion Permit review, we explore MassHive Media's cozy mash-up of a puzzle game, life sim, and hack-and-slash adventure.

The cover art for Serial Cleaners, which shows the four main characters staring down at the camera, with Lati holding onto the car's trunk lid.

Review

Serial Cleaners’ chance to grow brighter and bolder with neo-noir narratives, instead sees itself bogged down in run-of-the-mill nihilism that even affects the gameplay.

Key art for Soulstice, which shows the game title as well as main characters Briar and Lute against a backdrop of some of the other characters in the game

Review

In our Soulstice review, we take a look at Reply Game Studios' hack-and-slash homage to the golden era of Devil May Cry. Can it live up to that legacy?

The Unknown and Paz pose in Metal: Hellsinger's key art.

Review

Metal: Hellsinger is a best-in-class FPS that defines a new subgenre and hits all the right notes. Read our review to find out more.

Aegis holding a flag aloft amongst burning ruins while French Revolution figures look on in Steelrising

Review

In our Steelrising review, we take a look at developer Spiders' first foray into the Soulslike genre. Will it live up to the weirdness of its setup?

A landscape shot of 3 Mobile Suit Gundams in their Super Deformed visuals, standing on the edge of a cliff with the game name underneath.

Review

While SD Gundam Battle Alliance fails to allure newcomers, the veterans should find their money's worth in the content shown here.

The main character being tempted to pick up a key by villain Dr. Krull in Restless Soul

Review

In our Restless Soul review, we take a look at Fuz Games' comedy bullet hell adventure. Will its routine land or will it die a death on stage?

A landscape shot of PowerWash Simulator's cover, showcasing the titular cleaner in between a clean half with their van and a cat, and a dirty muck-ridden half.

Review

After a promising start, PowerWash Simulator begins to expand in a way you cannot tackle feasibly, but only in scale. It’s one mechanic polished well enough to get by for a short while.

Midnight Fight Express

Review

With 41 levels of non-stop action, can Midnight Fight Express feed the adrenaline junky in us all? Here's our review.

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Review

Soul Hackers 2 draws players into a world of sentient AI, rival Devil Summoning factions and an end-of-the-world plot. Dive into dungeons and create a demon team of your own to try to stop this

Corvus looking moody in the Thymesia banner art

Review

In our Thymesia review, we take a look at a Soulslike that takes more influence from the gothic horror of Bloodborne than from the swords-and-sorcery genre.

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Review

Fashion Police Squad tasks players with solving fashion crimes as Sergeant Des. Check out our review for this flashy, fashionable FPS!

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Review

Cult of the Lamb is a roguelike with all the style you'd expect from a Devolver Digital release, but nothing that will keep you coming back for more.

Dream Cycle

Review

An element of Lovecraft stories is the line between reality and the mindscape. This comes through in Dream Cycle, where you play as a magic student looking for her friend across dream worlds.

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Review

Digimon Survive is a Visual Novel/SRPG hybrid where players follow a group of chosen children into a strange world filled with monsters.

Frogun Official Art

Review

Frogun is a heartfelt addition to the wider Platformer genre, bringing some fun new ideas and charm to the table. It's far from a perfect game though, and its flaws hold it back from being an amazing

A cadaver lies on the embalming table with the logo and text for The Mortuary Assistant to the right of it. Just above the text is a black figure with red eyes, looking at the camera from down the hallway.

Review

TechRaptor's The Mortuary Assistant review finds that the game is an immersive mix of demons, trauma, and death that makes for a scary good time.

Of Bird and Cage Key Art

Review

It's not fun to denigrate indie titles with unique ambitions in mind. After all, brazen ideas have a tendency to stick with us much longer than most standard fare. Although some credit is due for

Endling: Extinction Is Forever Key Art

Review

Endling: Extinction Is Forever sees the last fox mother on earth try to keep her cubs alive in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Threats lie around every corner, but also glimmers of hope for the future.

Hazel Sky Review TechRaptor

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Hazel Sky offers a fresh breeze with a charming graphical style and engaging puzzles. It does suffer from a few issues like poor voice acting and a lacking script, however.

stray

Review

Play as a cat in Stray and take part in an epic and immersive adventure within an underground city full of robots.

A screenshot of the game APICO, with the player character standing next to Beetrix inside their house. The APICO logo is on the right side of the photo.

Review

APICO is a beekeeping simulation based on crafting games and Minecraft mods. Overall, we enjoyed our time with APICO, but a few mechanics kept it from being a knockout.

Super UFO Fighter versus

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Super UFO Fighter is a party action game from developer VV-LABO and publisher Phoenixx that lets players duke it out by hoarding gachapons. The mechanics are simple and it can be pretty fun for a

Voodoo Detective review cover

Review

Voodoo Detective is a hand-drawn point-and-click adventure from Short Sleeve Studio that takes players on a cultural journey on the Zo Wanga Isle. It's a great tribute to retro titles in its genre,

The Outriders Worldslayer title in front of a barren icy tundra

Review

Outriders Worldslayer provides more gear and gunplay for fans of the base experience, as well as continuing several annoyances.

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Review

A couple of console generations have passed since the last time Kao The Kangaroo hopped into the scene. While that fact may give some nostalgic vibes for fans of this less-popular platformer mascot,

Fobia: St. Dinfna Hotel Key Art

Review

Fobia: St. Dinfna Hotel is a decent enough game, but it tries too hard to imitate other games. With a bit more polish and less time spent aping more well-established horror games, it could have been

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak key art

Review

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak takes hunters to a new land, but does it improve upon the base game's shortcomings?

Symphony of War Key Art Review

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Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga has deep mechanics that are certainly addicting, so long as you can overlook some narrative snags here and there.

Neon White

Review

Part shooter, part platformer and puzzler, Neon White is an achievement in game design and shouldn't be overlooked.

ESO feature art

Review

A look into Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle

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Review

Spiral Circus' first title does enough to stand out from its immediate inspirations. Silt's art style stands out as one of 2022's best thus far and its possession gameplay concept is quite