Viviette is an unsettling, atmospheric little escapade, telling a story which, while hitting some familiar horror beats, will make you thoroughly uncomfortable.
A game with a lot of heart, but lacking where it counts.
Though it may have had its ups and downs, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is here to remind us all why we love this series.
Jagged Alliance: Rage! is fun for a while, but its stripped down turn-based gameplay struggles to hold your long-term interest.
Override: Mech City Brawl may not quite nail the grand sense of scale, but it's an entertaining little fighter to dip into.
If you're up to the challenge of Battle Princess Madelyn's difficulty level, you'll certainly get a kick out of its old-school charm.
Football Manager 2019 Touch is so much more than its iOS/Android namesake; it’s the beautiful game made even more beautiful.
A puzzle platformer that puts you in control of a girl, the titular Gris, GRIS will have you exploring a myriad of environments, from crumbling coliseums to dark and mysterious undergrowths.
It may not have a compelling plot or beautiful graphics, but Earth Defense Force 5 is still brilliant nonetheless. Altogether now: EDF! EDF! EDF!
Spintires: MudRunner – American Wilds can feel a bit like hard work at times, but honestly, there's nothing else quite like it.
I Am The Hero finds its home with beat 'em up fans quite well. As far as appealing to the wider audience, however, it falls short.
Buy Just Cause 4 for its explosions and brilliant grappling hook modifications. Don't buy it for its boring and repetitive campaign.
What do the Nazis and Cthulhu have in common? Absolutely nothing.
Asterix & Obelix XXL 2 is not a bad game by any means, but it's certainly not good or genre-defining in any way.
While its lack of extras is a bit disappointing, SEGA Genesis / Mega Drive Classics offers a great selection of games that are still fun to play.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a charming, entertaining outing; one that gives the turn-based combat genre a much needed shot in the arm.
I've waited so long for a new Katamari game. And finally, one has rolled along. Granted, it's in the form of a re-release – but it doesn't matter. Katamari Damacy is just as fun as it ever has been.
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom could have been a masterpiece, but poor checkpointing and the occasional lack of direction really let it down.
The Council had a great deal of potential, but ultimately, the final package ended up being rather disappointing.
Darksiders III doesn't waste your time with needless padding or fluff, and that's partly why exploring its wonderfully interconnected world is so much fun.