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.
Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister tries to strike on many occasions but never quite lands. Its gun-play is as enjoyable as a shooter should be but it doesn't offer anything you can't get better elsewhere
Override 2: Super Mech League has very unique mechanics and fun combat, but needs to be rebalanced to be more competitive.
Pandemic: Hot Zone North America offers up a bite-sized version of the classic game.
VR Doesn't Quite Come Naturally To Above And Beyond, But It's Still An Impressive Medal Of Honor Reboot
1400, as with all Chronicles of Crime is an amazing, immersive experience. It is entirely app-driven, but the blending of physical and digital elements is done well. The physical components help to visualize the narrative and keep everyone engaged. It does have limited longevity, but the experience of the 5 scenarios is worth it. The difficulty curve is perfect, and the living world handled with the time mechanic really drives home the immersion.
Haven is a game set on a beautiful world with lovable protagonists and compelling villains, but it suffers from frustrating design issues and the game ends on a flat note.
Cyberpunk 2077 is an enjoyable experience, with incredible immersion and bar-raising world design. However, its light RPG mechanics and standard fare gameplay systems hold it back.
Disney Hocus Pocus: The Game offers high-flying fun for fans of the original film.
Colossus Down suffers from poorly designed combat and humor that just doesn't quite hit its mark.
When The Past Was Around is a unique point-and-click game that invites players to go on an emotional journey in a dreamlike, almost fragmented state. Mojiken Studio’s love letter to simple couplehood takes a minimalist approach to living life to the fullest and learning how to move on, so it just might be the perfect game to play during this stressful pandemic.
Airborne Kingdom is a cozy, comfortable delight that mixes management and exploration flawlessly; the focus is not on keeping your citizens alive while crossing the open world, but keeping them fulfilled and thriving.
Despite a lack of combat, Submerged: Hidden Depths is a great narrative experience filled with exploration.
Shady Part of Me has a frustrating story and a terrible title, but it's a great little puzzle platformer with a very neat central mechanic.
A solid interactive narrative based on the classic novella, Orwell's Animal Farm lacks a lot of gameplay, but makes up for it with its use of the prose.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands' base experience offers a variety of excellent content through new zones and endgame content. The framework for a great stream of content is there, so for now, there's a lot to enjoy.