Flying Wild Hog have taken big risks to radically streamline the Shadow Warrior formula, and the result is a blast – while it lasts.
River City Girls Zero features a previously Japan-only Kunio adventure and River City Girls’ first foray in beating the crap out of people with their respective boyfriends.
Review: Crusader Kings III: Royal Court adds more variety to campaigns, but doesn’t mess with the fundamentals
While Royal Court’s new additions are enjoyable, they don’t particularly affect the core gameplay loop.
The King of Fighters XV marks the return of one of fighting games most prestigious series to the limelight.
If you missed Edge of Eternity on PC, the console versions are a decent way of experiencing it.
Berzerker Studio’s Infernax is a crimson-soaked trip down the darkest recesses of retro action platforming.
When it comes to rhythm games, I generally prefer the simpler, more straightforward variety. The more mechanically dense or the more buttons I have to remember to press, the less likely I am to stick with it. A Dance of Fire and Ice is mostly a game that tends to lean on the extreme end…
Dying Light 2 is the sort of game that manages to work albeit a myriad of issues, offering a sandbox to explore and conquer at your leisure.
Combining a spectacular fighting system, a clever ageing mechanic and a boatload of style, Sloclap’s second game is a challenging triumph.
Endwalker is the latest expansion to Final Fantasy XIV and it puts the fate of the entire world of the game in your hands.