Traversing a terrifying, multi-dimensional modern art exhibit for 2 hours can get tedious, but it never stops piquing your curiosity.
Sunless Sea is a brutal roguelike with amazing plots and writing that still hold up years later, but if you're looking to explore the Unterzee, the Switch port is not the way to go.
Pax Nova offers some good 4x strategy, so long as you can overlook its major technical flaws.
Star Wars: Legion - Clone Wars Starter Set is an approachable and fun introduction to the wargaming genre.
Riddled with many different types of bugs, XCOM: Chimera Squad is a hard sell. If you enjoy the setting and want another strategy title to play, this might be it, but you'll probably want to wait.
Someday You'll Return has some intersting ideas that mash together in a bit of an odd way, and can be worth experincing if you don't mind a crummy story, bad horror stealth, and occasionally iffy puzzles.
When it wants to imitate the 1987 movie, Predator: Hunting Grounds is a lot of fun, but doesn't really have anything past that
The Shattering has a lovely setting and really interesting story, but is let down by a few iffy scenes and too much pixel hunting.
Setting a new standard for what a beat 'em up can be in 2020, Streets of Rage 4 captures the past and brings it up to speed with beautiful graphics and immaculate combat.
Moving Out is simply a fun experience. It's quite the challenge, making moving enjoyable, but this game delivers on that.
Dishonored has an official RPG now, and it's not bad.
Although the city of Nivalis is beautiful and feels super cyberpunk, every other aspect of Cloudpunk falls flat. The gameplay is unexciting and voice acting is too bad for its own good.
Whilst the opening hours suffer from a lack of communication, SnowRunner is an excellent and rewarding vehicle simulation.
Iratus: Lord of the Dead is dark, grim and great fun. It's not perfect but it provides an interesting spin on gameplay that will keep players interested for many runs.
On the gameplay front, Gears Tactics nails the transition from high octane shooter to tactical strategy. You'll be hooked even as you grind through an overlong campaign filled with repetitive missions.
While Disaster Report 4 is a very stiff and jerky game, it is at least entertaining. Just don't try to play it twice.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is beautiful, a ton of fun, and manages to bring one of the jRPG classics up to modern standards with few issues.
WUO is a fantastic digital capture of the incredible physical game. It blends deck building with great turn-based action. The current online experience isn't perfect, and unless playing friends directly, does require some perseverance.
Pong Quest brings back fond memories of Atari's roots, but this simplistic package doesn't have the depth or complexity to stun modern audiences.
Lost Words: Beyond the Page is a beautiful game, with a touching and meaningful plot, engaging gameplay and gorgeous visuals. A few technical glitches cannot stop this brilliant game.
A Fold Apart is a stellar story-driven game with intuitive new mechanics and fun puzzles to solve.
Vulcania is a great game for both newcomers and veterans of the RPG scene. It is perfect for groups that prefer more freedom of action over a strict ruleset that dictates your every move. The world is vibrant and rich in detail with endless opportunities for the players to explore in their adventures. While the system is not perfect and the manual is not free from issues, Gear Games’ first game is definitely worth considering.
A colorful squad-based strategy game with a focus on physics-based combat that's held back by a lack of hero variety.