Disjunction might be the Cyberpunk game we’ve all been waiting for.
The Medium presents intelligent horror and innovative gameplay inspired by Silent Hill, but far overstays its welcome and fails to provide closure. The split screen mechanics work wonders for new kinds of puzzles, but a myriad of technical issues hinder immersion.
Godzilla: Tokyo Clash promises and delivers on big monster battle action.
Atelier Ryza 2 is an excellent entry in an item-crafting focused JRPG series. It improves on its predecessor via quality-of-life improvements, more in-depth character interactions and a sprawling story. Plus, it's absolutely adorable!
Crossword City Chronicles is a fairy lazy mobile port which pairs repetitive puzzles with lackluster dialogue, "mysteries" which are solved for you, and grind-based mechanics
A glorious love letter to retro ninja action, Cyber Shadow is a must for fans of high-speed fun and delicious 1990s cheesy camp.
Hitman 3 may not introduce much to the established Hitman formula, but it messes with that formula in unique and confident ways with varied and interesting locations that make this the best of the Hitman trilogy.
Call of the Sea is a visually stunning game offering a compelling story hidden behind a mixed bag of puzzles and a few frustrating pacing decisions.
Strong visuals and unique gameplay can't save Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The Prophecy of the Throne. Only fans will be able to stick it out till the end.
When it isn't going through the motions with its main story, Ocean's Heart is an imaginative retro adventure worth your time.
Skul: The Hero Slayer is a delight. Despite some bullet sponge-y enemies, the varied combat and surprisingly engaging story make each run a joy.
Marvel Villainous offers up twisting fun in an approachable format.
Watch Me Stream My Mental Breakdown is great fun for a couple of hours or so. The casual nature almost made me wish I could play it on my phone every so often, if only really for the card game. Still, it’s a nice break from the more demanding games out there today, especially if you’re looking for something new.
Bursting at the seams with charm, Scott Pilgrim vs the World: The Game makes a welcome return with the Complete Edition, further polishing an already brilliant title and bringing it to a new audience
Sunlight is an aesthetically beautiful game which does not take full advantage of its beautiful environment. The stunning visuals and audio make the short playtime and lack of true exploration elements somewhat disappointing.
A wonderfully crafted follow-up to a fantastic first game, Evermore doesn't have the same emotional highs and lows but is fun, filler-y goodness for those looking to return to the world of Cinderella Phenomenon.
Block Mania is extremely random, but a load of fun. If you're a fan of Judge Dredd or 2000AD, then you'll have a blast with Block Mania. The rules are simple, but the variety of units, weapons, and board spaces all clustered together in a small space, make it complicated. If you want something balanced and with strategic depth, you won't find it in Block Mania. If you like a challenge, having fun, and making do with what you have, then this is for you.
S.U.M. - Slay Uncool Monsters has some good ideas, but is far too basic and unwilling to grow for the huge amount of content it has.
The Roccat Burst Pro is a very solid light mouse. It's not that different to similar models but worth investing in at this price range
Small World Of Warcraft perfectly captures the zany and thrilling source material while appealing to newcomers as well.
Super Meat Boy Forever is a decent enough game when considered on its own merits. Compared to the original, however, it's hard not to find this auto-running sequel disappointing. The platforming element has been neglected in favour of slicker visuals and user-friendliness.
The Few And Cursed expertly melds a traditional adventure game with deck building
Don’t Be Afraid is a great psychological thriller game that will put you up against formidable enemies in terrifying locations. Though at times the game can be a bit glitchy and the pacing can feel off, Hydra Games did a great job of creating an immersive world for you to explore with memorable characters.