After multiple delays, the world of Dreams Uncorporated, SYCK, and Modus Games’ Cris Tales is finally here. Did these delays help improve the game, our should it have stayed in the oven a bit longer? Check out our review and find out
Everybody’s played Hide and Seek at one point in their lives – it’s a schoolyard tradition at this point. However, Redaster Studio kicks things up a notch with their new title Peekaboo Lite: Hide and Seek. Does this digital version do enough to shake up the formula, or has this game stayed the same for a reason?
After being announced in March earlier this year, Death’s Door is here just four months later. Is this action-adventure worth playing, or should you spend your time elsewhere? Check out our review and find out
A game designed for speedrunners and aviation enthusiasts alike, the world of Objectif 3D’s Wild Dive has players barreling through nature in an attempt to survive. Does this first person runner have what it takes to fly, or is this title a turkey?
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is a turn-based spinoff of the highly successful Monster Hunter series. Does the game do enough to set itself apart, or should you stick with the more traditional titles? Check out our review and find out
Sandalled Socks will be your father figure with the release of their multiplayer dad-stravaganza Super Totally Ultimate Dad Showdown. Is this minigame collection fun for the whole family, or is it more unappealing than a dad bod?
Everybody’s played Snake and Breakout, but what would happen if you played a game that combined the two? Aarjvark changes up the formula with SnOut, a game that combines ball bouncing and brick breaking with the graceful movements of a snake. Does this unorthodox combo work, or is there a reason it hasn’t been done after all these years?
The vaporwave subculture may have fallen by the wayside, but everything old is somewhat less old with the release of Sweet Games’ Retro Racer. Neon lights, synth sounds, and supercars all come together for this racer, but the core foundation of this title is a dated relic
The game of volleyball gets a lot more slap-happy with the release of Goin’ Yumbo Games Slappyball. Swapping out players for oversized hands, is this three-on-three sports game an ace?
Fully voiced and available on all major console platforms and PC (barring the Nintendo Switch), Scarlet Nexus definitely looks to be ticking all the right boxes, but does it boast a greater appeal than the niche-style anime games of today?
More than 20 years after its original PlayStation 1 release, the world of Square Enix’s Legend of Mana has gotten a remaster. Are the quality of life improvements worth it, or does the original reign supreme? Check out our review and find out
Nearly ten years after its original entry, Torn Banner Studios’ Chivalry 2 is here to bring us more medieval madness. Is the sequel a worthy investment, or should you just stick to the first game? Check out our review and find out