Metro Exodus can be unforgiving at times but it's a rollicking, radioactive road-trip that's sure to scratch that post-apocalyptic itch.
Evolve, adapt, and beat your opponent in Evolution: The Video Game.
Monster Energy Supercross 2 on Switch thankfully has all the content and features found in other versions. It just doesn't look as nice.
WarGroove packs in a challenging campaign, brought to life with characters that are hard not to love, but it’s the level editor that really sets it apart.
Now available on PS4 and Xbox One, Conarium isn't scary or action-packed, it's all about puzzles and a large dose of atmosphere.
The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince looks beautiful and tells a heartwarming story, but its gameplay is more than a bit lacking.
Band of Bastards is the latest piece of DLC for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, and while it's not epic in length it's still rather fun.
Despite its downfalls, there's something that makes Kingdom Hearts 3 difficult to resist.
Despite the lack of touchscreen controls on Switch, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 remains just as brilliant as ever.
The Mage's Tale has some great elements, but the whole of the experience left me feeling a bit underwhelmed.
Less than a year after the release of Monster Energy Supercross, Milestone delivers a sequel that is bigger and better in every way.
RIOT - Civil Unrest's captivating art style and audio design is worth paying a visit to, but poor UI design and bugs really dampen the experience.
Etrian Odyssey Nexus is an addictive, creative, appealing outing that will have you coming back for more and rarely regretting your return.
Unruly Heroes looks absolutely beautiful, and it has some great ideas too, but it's all brought down by some rough edges and a harsh difficulty level.
Based on DreamWorks' How to Train Your Dragon franchise, Dragons Dawn of New Riders is a surprisingly enjoyable, albeit short, action adventure game.
If it wasn't for its mobile gaming elements, Farm Together would be easy to recommend. As it is, it's a fun game to play in short bursts, but there's no overlooking its bewildering design choices.
Like a Vanillaware game, Bladed Fury is a 2D side-scroller that looks absolutely gorgeous. Thankfully it plays rather well, too.
If you enjoy a good challenge – and a good amount of silliness – you’ll certainly get a kick out of When Ski Lifts Go Wrong.
Now available on PC, Killer7 is perhaps the craziest game Suda51 has made. But that is what makes it so appealing, despite its obvious flaws.
Over fifteen years old and originally released on PS2, Xbox and GameCube, Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy has raised from the dead. A remaster of the game is now available on Switch.