Yagami is back, and he's got a new case to crack. With improvements across the board, Lost Judgment is a fine example of a sequel done right.
If you like games filled with heart, you're going to love TOEM.
You won't want the loop to end.
Captivating, magical and original: three words that sum up Lost in Random in a nutshell.
Thanks to its thrilling combat and detailed visuals, F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch is a bit of a treat for Metroidvania fans.
Sequels are meant to be better than their predecessors, right? RICO London never got the memo, apparently.
I've never taken hallucinogenic drugs, but I imagine the resultant state to be something akin to playing The Artful Escape.
The series has just hit a whole new height.
The Tales series is back and better than ever.
Sonic Colors: Ultimate is undoubtedly better than Sonic Forces, but with a bar so low that's hardly a surprise, is it?
Encased is a pleasingly deep sci-fi RPG with a hugely engaging premise, held back by a few rough edges.
Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions is a fun boxing game that doesn't take itself seriously. It's just a shame it doesn't have many modes.
Thanks to its brilliant soundtrack and crazy golf-like levels, you don't need to be a lover of golf to enjoy Golf Club: Wasteland.
Clid the Snail has a tough shell.
Fancy of slice of horror steeped in Norse mythology? You might want to check out Apsulov: End of Gods
Excellent DualSense implementation, but mediocre gameplay. That's Timothy's Night.
WRC 10 celebrates the history of the sport, and also has new content and features. Needless to say, rally fans will love it.
Combine cute animals, RPG mechanics, exploration and combat with farming and resource gathering. What do you get? Kitaria Fables.
Stealing is... good?
Rustler takes the original Grand Theft Auto template and plops it within a medieval world. It nearly works, but there are issues. Our review.