With a less impressive line-up of games, Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo exists in the shadow of Alpha, but it's still worth picking up for shoot 'em fans.
It's Florence's introspection on what it means to be human that makes it simply sublime.
Two of the last generation's best games get spruced up and bundled up. The result? Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle is a must-have.
It's not quite Edith Finch, but The Suicide of Rachel Foster is a gripping adventure in its own right.
With its absorbing story and likeable characters, Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ is a visual novel with broad appeal.
Daemon X Machina should be a really good mech combat game, but an unengaging story, repetitive gameplay and a general lack of weight bring it down.
Table Manners is a dating sim with gameplay that revolves around awkward controls. It hopes for hilarious results, but it winds up being too frustrating to be fun.
A humorous turn-based strategy game with tactical naval combat and a cool art style, is Here Be Dragons seaworthy, or will it end up a shipwreck?
Thanks to its poor story and mindless combat, Arc of Alchemist is an action RPG that just isn't worth your time or money.
Dawn of Fear wants to take you back to the days of early Resident Evil and Silent Hill. The trouble is, it's not even a fraction as good as those games.
Unless you're a fan of the franchise who loves strategy RPGs, there's not much reason to pick up The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics.
Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire is a fairly enjoyable game, but it just doesn't have enough features and content to keep you going back.
With its dramatically improved visuals and oodles of character customisation, if you loved Zombie Army Trilogy you'll love Zombie Army 4: Dead War.
It’s been a long and winding road to get to this conclusion.
Monster Energy Supercross 3's career mode takes a step back, but everything else is improved, making it the best Supercross game currently available.
Ash of Gods: Redemption lives in The Banner Saga's shadow. It's got a good story, but troubled combat and tiny text on Xbox One X lets it down.
Few games have made the words 'for fuck's sake' come out of my mouth quite as much as Bookbound Brigade.
If you've ever wondered what the little people on road signs get up to, The Pedestrian will give you a closer look.
The SEGA AGES range grows yet again. SEGA AGES Fantasy Zone is a must-have for fans of the shooter genre up for a challenge.
With solid mechanics, a beautiful and imaginative game world and a killer sense of humour, Journey to the Savage Planet is pure joy from start to finish.