Take the Mega Man series and combine it with the legend of the Knights of the Round Table and you have Fallen Knight, a...
A narrative adventure that follows three different characters in London, Last Stop truly takes story-driven gaming to the next level.
Take control of a crow who reaps souls in Death's Door, an action RPG that's a mix between The Legend of Zelda and Dark Souls. Our review.
Akiba's Trip: Hellbound & Debriefed has an interesting premise, but dated visuals and clunky combat suck much fun out of it. Our review.
This truly is a gorgeous love-letter to classic JRPGs.
Claire de Lune is an initially promising puzzle game with a bafflingly high frustration factor.
Introducing new playable characters to Streets of Rage 4 as well as a brilliant new Survival mode and more, Mr. X Nightmare is essential.
Where the Heart Leads is a narrative-driven game that puts you in the shoes of Whit, a man retreading key moments of his life.
Competing with the likes of Tetris and Puyo Puyo, Indigo 7 aims to create an equally-as-addicting puzzle game.
F1 2021 is the best F1 game from Codemasters yet, featuring a whole host of new and improved features as well as a brilliant story mode.
Time to step back into Aiden Pearce's Iconic shoes.
Sniper Elite VR takes the long-running series into new territory. Unfortunately though, it doesn't quite hits its mark.
There's only one thing that Crash Drive 3 cares about: that those who play it have a lot of fun.
If you enjoy puzzle games like Tetris, you might get a kick out of Trenga Unlimited.
Wilderness survival simulator Open Country is riddled with problems, making it less than perfect, but it still manages to pack in some charm.
Come join the literature club, they said. It will be fun. They lied. Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! aims to disturb you. And it succeeds.
Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny is yet another entertaining strategy RPG from Nippon Ichi Software, though it's marred by performance issues.
Curved Space tries to bring something a little different to the arcade shooter genre, but it doesn't quite pay off.
With a patch or two, Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance could prove to be highly entertaining co-op affair.
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