Fans of the show and newcomers might get some fun out of UFO Robot Grendizer: The Feast of the Wolves, but it's nothing special.
Spirittea is a lovely, cosy pixelated adventure all about restoring a mountaintop bathhouse... so ghosts can relax.
Asterix & Obelix are back for another adventure in Slap Them All! 2, which features an original storyline and gameplay improvements.
'Super' and 'Crazy' really are the only words we can use to describe this must-play co-op adventure.
Out now on Nintendo Switch, Fashion Dreamer is all about creating the perfect outfit, but is it all style over substance?
EA Sports WRC has loads of locations and great physics, but technical issues and a ho-hum career mode bring it down.
Yu Suzuki is back with Air Twister, an on-rails shooter that looks quite nice but is pretty unimpressive overall.
It's not for newcomers, but Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is yet another must-play for fans of the series.
Going Berzerk is pretty fun.
A Haunted House is for life, not just for Halloween.
If you're hankering for a kart racing game that lets you play as Shrek, Megamind or Boss Baby, you're very much in luck.
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 improves on its predecessor in just about every way, while also adding an enjoyable roguelike campaign.
The Invincible is a sci-fi thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat with its tense story and epic visuals.
You won't have played anything quite like this before.
If you're keen to immerse yourself into a fantasy world inspired by Greek myth, this is for you.
With the holiday season coming up, you might be on the lookout for some games to get you the festive spirit. Ebenezer and the...
The only way is up.
Half man, half machine, what does it mean (what does it mean)?
Made by four brothers, Quantum Error is an ambitious title that simply tries to do too much and ultimately fails to impress.
Snooping around other people's belongings has never felt so good.