Being the landlord of an apartment building may not sound that interesting, but in Beholder it's made compelling by the choices you have to make as you go about your duplicitous operations.
Wrapping up a short series of three episodes, I expected Hell is Empty to be an explosive one. And while it isn’t totally lacking in moments of action, it’s an episode filled with thought and reflection more than anything else.
InnerSpace is an atmospheric, zen-like experience with an art style reminiscent of Grow Home's simplistic minimalism and a mysterious world that looks worth diving into. Unfortunately, for as much work the game does towards building its worlds, it gives little reason to stay there.
Its presentation does little to inspire but Fearful Symmetry & The Cursed Prince is a challenging and addictive puzzler for those who feel up to the task.
Above and Beyond is a suitably thrilling conclusion to Season 2 of Minecraft Story Mode, but it fails to follow up on the season's underlying themes.
At times, Chaos on Deponia is an absolute joy to play. But all too often its unlikeable protagonist and obtuse logic puzzles suck out the fun.
Whether you’ve already played Tokyo Xanadu or not, Tokyo Xanadu eX+ offers a great respite from other, bigger holiday releases.
I really enjoyed Purrfect Date. I knew I would — although it turned out to be for completely different reasons than I'd anticipated.
Brawlout brings fast and furious brawler action to the Switch before Super Smash Bros. has even been announced. Albeit with plenty of issues along the way.
If you've got room in your life for another 3D platformer alongside Super Mario Odyssey, the Switch version of Yooka-Laylee is worth splashing out on.
It may not be the meatiest of expansions, but A Walk in the Park is certainly a worthy addition for those wanting more of The Surge.
While its story may not be up to much, those who jump into Steep's Road to the Olympics expansion with both feet will find a lot to like.
Thanks to technical issues, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 manages to be both the best and worst LEGO game available on Xbox One.
Star Wars Battlefront II's progression system may indeed be too loot box centered, but that doesn't stop it from being a mighty fine way to spend your time.