Weird West is an indie action RPG that has strengths, but also a design which was arguably too ambitious for the small team that made it.
Now armchair monarchs can enjoy one of the best games in years thanks to a great console port of Crusader Kings III.
Final Fantasy XIV’s the one the best MMOs available, and it’s easy to get lost in its extensive job system. A brief account of how much I’ve been enjoying an array of different game activities.
Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure and Pinball FX3 are a reminder that the FlipGrip is a great pickup for any Switch owner.
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is a brainless character action game that somewhat retells the events of the original Final Fantasy in a fashion that’s very Team Ninja, read: really silly.
While the open world format relies too much on repetitious side activities, Ghostwire: Tokyo’s beautiful world is successful in maintaining engagement.
Tunic appears simple and straightforward on the surface, but it’s the many mysteries it contains within that make it stand out.
Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth is a very familiar but still an absolute joy to play.