New Tales from the Borderlands tries its best to recapture the magic that made Telltale Games’ adventures such a hit.
With great level design and crunchy combat, this one-man project is essential for “boomer shooter” fans.
If you enjoy a grisly and gory game and are up for some Myst-like puzzles, Scorn has got you covered.
You would not believe the night I had at Club Low.
Despite some frustrating design decisions in Gotham Knights, WB Games Montréal deliver a very playable twist on the Arkham formula.
Beacon Pines is a lovely way to spend some hours in the company of some charming characters and a nicely emotional sequence of branching narratives.
Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed can be a fun cooperative game if you can get a group of like-minded people to play it with, but its limited amount of content and repetitive gameplay, coupled with a host of technical issues give it no legs to speak of.
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is otherwise a fantastic PC experience that is sadly a slog on consoles due to clunky controls and a cumbersome interface.
Past Dropsy’s surreal presentation and wordless gameplay lies a positively moving experience that will likely get to you.