A gorgeous, hand drawn metroidvania adventure, Afterimage has its flaws but we still can't get enough of it.
Trinity Trigger Review
There's nothing particularly bad about Trinity Trigger, but as JRPGs go it's about as generic as you can get.
Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores Review
A truly epic showdown and a new relationship for Aloy make Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores a must for series fans.
Disney Speedstorm Review in Progress
Disney Speedstorm is a great-looking kart racer with a brilliant soundtrack and fun gameplay.
Dead Island 2 Review
Against all odds Dead Island 2 is finally here. And even better, it's quite possibly the zombie game of your dreams.
Desktop Dungeons Rewind Review
Desktop Dungeon: Rewind's easy-to-pick-up yet hard to master gameplay will keep us coming back time and time again.
God of Rock Review
Fusing together the music rhythm and fighting game genres, God of Rock doesn't quite capture the magic of either.
Creed: Rise to Glory – Championship Edition Review
Thanks to the power and features of PSVR 2, Creed: Rise to Glory - Championship Edition is a must for boxing fans.
Rewind or Die Review
Rewind or Die takes players back to the 90s, and also makes them fight for their lives after being pursued by a serial killer.
Steel Defier Review
This is a simple little game, but one that absolutely nails the concept of a fulfilling challenge.
Cannon Dancer – Osman Review
Previously only available in arcades, Cannon Dancer - Osman is an entertaining blast from the past and a must for Strider fans.
Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection Review
Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection bundles up a selection of Game Boy Advance classics with some welcome extras.
Dogfight – A Sausage Bomber Story Review
Dogfight - A Sausage Bomber Story is a humorous shoot 'em up with charming visuals, but it brings nothing nothing new to the genre.
Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened Review
Detective games really don't come much better than this – especially if you like a bit of the occult thrown in for good measure.
Lunark will appeal to fans of games such as Flashback and Prince of Persia, but its clunky mechanics will overly frustrate some.
Meet Your Maker Review
Meet Your Maker blends shooting and supervillainy to great effect, with every horrible death a lesson.
Toaplan Arcade Shoot ‘Em Up Bundle Vol. 1 Review
With four distinct titles each offering something different, the Toaplan Shoot 'Em Up Bundle Vol. 1 is easy to recommend.
Pirates Outlaws Review
One for Slay the Spire fans.
Marfusha is a simple shooter that challenges you to defend a border gate from enemy attacks. Oh yeah, and your earnings are taxed.
Road 96: Mile 0 Review
A prequel to Road 96, this more focused, story-driven tale is as captivating as ever.