Available now on Switch and PC, Steel Assault offers high-octane action reminiscent of 16-bit classics such as Contra.
Gearshifters tasks you with driving through faction-controlled zones to make deliveries, and it's a hell of a lot of fun.
It's not creepy or that kooky, it's not mysterious or spooky, but it is a little ooky...
Will we ever tire of rolling monkeys around in balls? Not if our time with Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania is anything to go by.
A remake of a classic, Actraiser Renaissance combines 2D side-scrolling action with basic city-building, and the results are largely good.
The worst journey home from work anyone's ever had.
Thanks to its meaty career mode and outlandish selection of vehicles, Hot Wheels Unleashed is a top-notch arcade racer.
2D platformer Flynn: Son of Crimson doesn't really offer anything that's new, but fans of the genre will love it nonetheless.
If you're hoping for any meaningful gameplay developments, you're out of luck.
A journey filled with highs and lows, Sable is undoubtedly unique, but it's also got its fair share of problems.
A gorgeous journey packed with action and heart.
Aragami 2 is an entertainingly old fashioned stealth game that you can enjoy with friends. At least until repetition creeps in.
Narrated by The Witcher's Doug Cockle, Tails of Iron is a challenging action-RPG with a charming hero and a lot of heart.
Running away with the circus isn't so appealing after all.
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.