Delayed for years, this remaster of the 1999 FPS is a weak release suited only to genre completists.
With its tightly focused narrative and emphasis on new characters, the sparse region of Kitakami is worth visiting. Just don’t expect anything spectacular or novel.
Review: A Highland Song paints a beautiful portrait of Scotland, but its gameplay can be frustrating
A Highland Song is frequently beautiful, elegiac and magical, but one’s tolerance for its somewhat uneven gameplay will impact enjoyment.
Derivative as it may be, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is a visual spectacle that’s a whole lot of fun to play, and makes terrific use of the source material.
9 Years of Shadows manages to stick out among its brethren thanks to some creative solutions to combat and a gorgeous world to bring back color to.
A personal reflection on Doom’s ongoing appeal and legacy as it reaches its 30th anniversary.
Ashborne Games’ Last Train Home is one of the most unique and captivating RTS and management experiences you are bound to have.