A mix of roguelite and brawler elements along with a lovingly accurate portrayal of Mignola’s art style make Hellboy: Web of Wyrd a fun diversion for fans of the comics and newcomers alike.
While we may already know exactly who this man is, his new suite of skills more than proved that Kazuma is still a force to be reckoned with in the demo for Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name.
Separate Ways includes an integral part of the Resident Evil 4 Remake experience that should not be missed, even as paid DLC.
The Crew Motorfest is Ubisoft’s answer to Forza Motorsports that should go down well with PlayStation 5-exclusive players.
Ghost Trick is by far one of Capcom’s most unique and clever games, and it’s now finally widely available after spending nearly a decade and a half as a portable exclusive.
With Layers of Fear, Bloober Team reworks their previous horror releases into a single package that’s worth revisiting and getting spooked over again.
Trails into Reverie marks the end of one of gaming’s longest running, consecutive released series, with Trails of Cold Steel, and a fresh beginning for another if NIS America has anything to say about it.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor perfects every aspect that Fallen Order got wrong; it’s a brilliantly fun game all throughout.
With unforgiving difficulty and awkward controls, Lord of the Rings: Gollum is an exercise in frustration.
Dredge delivers a deceptively simple premise that’s sure to grab you and keep you enthralled til the very end.