Despite its sense of familiarity and a few missteps, this is a sure hit for a series that needs one.
With great level design and crunchy combat, this one-man project is essential for “boomer shooter” fans.
Despite some frustrating design decisions in Gotham Knights, WB Games Montréal deliver a very playable twist on the Arkham formula.
Despite an underwhelming story, this is a solid, accessible, and compelling take on the Soulslike formula
While there isn’t really much to it, Dome Keeper is a fun twist on mining and tower defence which is perfect for short sessions.
BKOM Studios’ combination of point-and-click adventure and turn-based combat is a flawed gem.
No Place for Bravery is a 2D indie Soulslike is set in an attractive pixel art world, but its gameplay is too frustrating and repetitive to recommend.
Circus Electrique isn’t for everyone and wears its influences openly, but this tale of steampunk tactics is surprisingly polished and addictive.
Hard West 2 delivers an engrossing turn-based tactics experience, marred slightly by sometimes gruelling difficulty and an unengaging story.
The pixel art and music come out swinging, but the core gameplay isn’t engaging enough to encourage players to really stick with this golf roguelike.