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Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is Both Bleak and Beautiful
Light in the Darkness
Is Everspace 2 the Beautifully Designed Spaceship Sim You've Been Waiting For?
Get Lost In Expansive Galaxies
Bushido Open Rebellion and The Brotherhood Preview
The Brotherhood and the Wolf
Persona 5 Strikers Adds Omega Force Flair In All The Right Places
Phantoms Thieves are Back at it Again
Ary and the Secret of Seasons Needs a Few More Months of Summer
The prospect of a young hero controlling the seasons at her fingertips is an exciting idea, which is exactly what hooked me into Ary and the Se
Cyberpunk RPG Gamedec Has A Cringeworthy Sex Obsession
Metamorphosis Bugs Out
Franz Kafka was known for writing some weird stuff.
Skully Kept On Rolling
There were stretches in Skully where I felt like I was eight years old again.
No Straight Roads is on a Road to Success
Everyone's taste is subjective. However, there are no two ways around it, rock and roll remain one of the most popular genres of music.
Hotshot Racing Reignites Arcade Racing Nostalgia
Between Gran Turismo 7, Project CARS 3, and the next inevitable Forza title, the racing genre is certainly becoming a li
Charming Farming in the World of Ooblets
Players looking for a farming simulator have plenty of choices to choose from these days.
Twin Mirror is the Next Narrative Game Worth Getting Excited Over
When Life is Strange's final episode came out in 2015, Dontnod Entertainment cemented themselves as the kind of studio you turn to when yo
Hyper Scape Takes Battle Royale To The Streets
We've certainly reached the later stages of the battle royale craze.
Mortal Shell Is A Brutal, Effective Soulslike
When creating a Soulslike, a developer has two options. The first is to innovate on the formula in a way that makes your game memorable.
Warhammer 40K Indomitus Launch Box Preview
Indomitus is the brand new boxed-set for Warhammer 40,000 (40K) that begins the next edition of the rules, 40K 9th Editi
Death Stranding Delivers A Quality PC Port
When Sony and Kojima Productions released Death Stranding seven months ago, many were taken aback by the rapid-fire announcement of a Summ
The Airborne Kingdom Merges Exploration With Management
Some of you may have caught Airborne Kingdom's
Working Through Your Arachnophobia with Grounded
Survival games might be a little played out these days, but they can still be fun to play.
Improve, Adapt, and Dash Through the Wasteland In Undungeon
Undungeon isn't expected for release until late this year, but we were given a little taste of it during the Steam Game Festival.
Torchlight 3's Early Access Debut is a Buggy, Sluggish Mess
I won't lie to you, I was excited for Torchlight Frontiers.
HROT Looks to Be an Excellent Throwback FPS
If you’re into old-school retro FPSes, there’s one game you will definitely need to keep an eye on.
Ring of Pain Takes The Rei[g]ns From Other Deckbuilders
The first thing you notice in Ring of Pain is the style.
Solve A Conspiracy Through Memory In Don't Forget Me
It's a well-known fact that memory is an unreliable source of information.
Paradise Killer Is A Wonderfully Weird Detective Story
It's very difficult to pull off "weird" in a story convincingly.
Unleash Your Boomer Rage in Just Die Already
Boomers, most often referring to people born between 1946 and 1964, have it tough.
Gloomwood's Demo Backstabs My Expectations
The minute New Blood Interactive showed off the trailer for Gloomwood, I was immediately intrigued.
Mess With Fight Crab And You Get The Claws
There's a lot of games in the world that make sense.
Fights in Tight Spaces has Tight Fights in Tight Spaces
How tight can your fight be?