The world of parkour meets the world of synth with the release of Playrock Studios’ Synthrun. This unlikely combo sounds like a novel concept, but the end result fails to capture what makes its inspiration so great
Metro Exodus seeks to take the ordinarily linear gameplay style of the Metro series and bring it to the open world. Does it handle the transition well, or is it just too much for the game to handle? Check out our review and find out
Space might be the final frontier, but it’s also a cutesy place to play minigolf in Outgunned Games’ new title Little Comet. The star of this adventure is certainly catered toward a younger demographic, but does it prove to be a compelling adventure for all ages?
Taking a page from Capcom’s Monster Hunter series, God Eater 3 tasks players with hunting down large creatures. Should you check it out, or are you better off sticking with your regular regimen of Monster Hunter: World? Check out our review and find out
Some games are cinematic affairs, some games are competitive marvels, and some games provide touching experiences. However, there are also some games like Will deManbey’s Life is Pointless, which have been carefully designed to waste the time of all those who come across it
It has been over 13 years since the last numbered Kingdom Hearts game was released. Was the long wait for Kingdom Hearts III worth it, or should you forget about this series? Check out our review and find out what we thought
Described as a “byte-sized roguelike” by the development team, HeartBeast Studios’ Endhall boils the genre down to its most basic elements. Should players take on its 10 levels of challenges, or is the permadeath not worth stomaching?
The key-based gameplay of Konami’s Beatmania series has received a tribute with the release of Nanjing AQUATRAX and bilibili’s INVAXION. Featuring a number of different settings, electronic music from the east, and a neon-drenched world, should you set out to be the very best?
Multiplayer battles get downright explosive in Meggic’s new title JJBoom. There are certainly enough missiles, bombs, and nukes to make an impact, but this title quickly proves to be a dud
After 20 years of waiting, the Resident Evil 2 Remake has finally arrived. Does Capcom do this entry justice, or should you just stick with the original? Read our review and find out
As a brave little toaster (not that one), it’s up to players to fill their slots with bread in SnoutUp’s arcade-like puzzle game Toaster Jam. Does flying around at the speed of sound make for compelling gameplay, or is this carb-filled game filled with empty calories?
Treasure awaits in Adventure Islands’ Duke Dashington Remastered, but time is not on the players side. Part puzzle game, part platformer, does this title’s bite-sized thrills offer enough for players to sink their teeth into?