Even though it’s missing some crucial entries from Konami’s extensive shooter catalog, this compilation is still worth checking out.
As far as exploration action games about cats piloting mech suits go, Gato Roboto is the best one you’re likely to play on the Switch or the PC any time soon.
Total War: Three Kingdoms is a beautifully articulated real-time historical strategy game that also does the famous novel justice, and is also a lot of fun and gripping to play. Don’t expect to be done with this one soon.
Layers of Fear 2 made me face almost all of the things that I hate about horror and I still had a terrific time playing it.
From the folks who brought you Stories Untold comes yet great adventure game that albeit not as strong of an experience as its predecessor, is uniquely immersive and tells a brain twister of a story to boot.
For as thrilling as the action can be, its story fails to capitalize on any of its ideas and ends up feeling empty.
id Software and Avalanche Studios’ latest feels at odds with itself: it’s an excellent action game that loses a lot of its momentum thanks to the back and forth of its tedious open-world structure.
If you own a Switch, having a version of Sniper Elite V2 on the go is a no-brainer.
It’s always fantastic when a game surpasses my expectations, and I can safely say that’s the case with A Plague Tale: Innocence. Even if its run time felt a tad too long by the end, it was still one hell of a ride.
Anno 1800 is a mesmerizing strategy game that will keep you busy for a long long time.