Developed by Saber Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive, World War Z is a co-op based third-person shooter set in the fictional setting of the book and movie of the same name. Does it do justice to the dark and gritty world of Brooks’ universe, or is this just another mindless zombie shooter?
Players will be as free as a bird with Samurai Punk’s new title Feather. Featuring a mellow experience and the ability to climb that mountain, should you take to the skies?
The Dragon Ball universe returns in exciting fashion with a fresh take on the popular IP, infusing the characters and events of the Dragon Ball franchise with an action orientated card combat and battle system. A brave break from the norm promises plenty of flashy fanfare for veterans of the series but does it do enough to entice newer players into the world of Dragon Ball?
The time-honored arcade classic Asteroids gets a lot more competitive with the release of Kawaiisun Games’ Battle Shapes. Featuring dozens of ships, a number of different game modes, and a nefarious villain named “Evil Mustachio,” should you set out to blast your friends?
Outward is on a mission to send all would-be players on a grand adventure. Is this journey worth taking, or should you stick with something else? Check out our review and find out
Arcade-based racers have taken a backseat to more sim based titles as of late, but Three Fields Entertainment pays tribute to the glory days of Burnout with their spiritual successor Dangerous Driving. Though this racer’s got speed and crashes for days, the end result is a substantial downgrade
STEEL-TEAM’s tiny tanks have come out to play in their new multiplayer title Metal Division. Featuring five different modes, five different tanks, and five different tanks, do these small vehicles pack big power?
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is FromSoftware’s newest “git gud” video game. Is it worth your time, or should you stick with Dark Souls? Check out our review and find out
Studio Coattails and Sekai Project bring players to nature with their new visual novel National Park Girls. Featuring personified versions of some of our nation’s greatest treasures, should you set out to spend some time in nature?
SmallBigSquare lets players bring out their inner scientist with their new laser-focused title Blask. There is certainly a lot to play around with in this puzzler, but do its 60 levels make for something more than homework?
There’s a new sheriff in town with the release of Quality Games’ twin stick shooter Long Arm of the Law. Featuring an extendable arm, grappling mechanics, and rootin’ tootin’ shootin’, should you set out to serve some robotic justice?
A prequel to the platformer Another Sight, Lunar Great Wall Studios and Fish Eagle’s Hodge’s Journey has players taking control of a cat across a number of different whimsical landscapes. Should you set a course for adventure, or is this cat a little unlucky?