Femida is a trial simulator with an interesting political undercurrent, but it fails in execution (pun intended).
Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000 provides Pong with the RPG update for the modern age that the world has long clamored for.
February’s underrated games feature Medieval mysticism, modernist melancholy and futuristic fears…read on for InfinityWalt’z top picks!
Through the Darkest of Times is a simulation of the everyday work of resisting fascism. Read on to find out if it’s fun or just educational.
InfinityWaltz steps out of his comfort zone in the search to bring you January’s best overlooked games from a couple of unexpected genres.
These games might have passed you by in the barrage of year-end lists. They’re on the lighter side to help ease the seasonal chill.
Headliner: NoviNews is a simulation of our ever-intensifying media cycle that succeeds by focusing on the smaller stories.
Spring Falls is an unexpectedly soothing puzzle game from lead Cuphead programmer Eric Billingsley. Relax and read on…
November featured a variety of games that mostly flew under the radar, from puzzles to space shooters to board games about eldritch abominations.
Ritual: Crown of Horns is a twin-stick action game in a unique Weird West setting. Saddle up and read our full review.
What were October’s best underrated games that DIDN’T have anything to do with Halloween? Read on to find out!
Ancient history meets comparatively recent history in first-person horror game The Beast Inside. Read our full review.
Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones dispenses with the usual build-up and plops you into a setting where Cthulhu’s cult reigns victorious.
As has become our annual autumn tradition, IGR presents a new selection of top 10 Halloween games to help you celebrate our favorite time of year.
Song of Horror is an effectively creepy horror adventure game that relies on environment over cheap scares. Read more in our advance preview.