With System Shock Pinball, Zen Studios’ treatment of Nightdive’s critical darling remake of one of gaming’s all-time classic horror games is easily one of the best tables to ever grace Pinball M and Pinball FX.
Arrowhead Studios’ Helldivers 2 is one hell of a cooperative multiplayer game, and even its ‘games as a service’ hooks were not enough to keep players away from having a good time asserting liberty throughout the known galaxy.
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy proves that Phoenix and co. still have plenty of fun stories to tell, now to an even bigger audience.
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown takes its cue from a very tried-and-true genre but manages to stick out from the rest thanks to its homages to the series’ past, all the while paving the way for its future.
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.
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.
These DLCs for Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew provide a bittersweet but worthy swansong for Mimimi Games.
SteamWorld Build is still a lovely merger of streamlined city-builder and dungeon delver.