A Long Way Down is a promising new take on several genres that already work well together, even if it has a few edges to iron out.
Red Bow evokes both Japanese horror and ’90s Gameboy games in an experience that’s interesting but ultimately dull.
Pathologic 2 is brutal, unforgiving, bizarre and not for everybody. It’s also absolutely brilliant and unlike anything you’ve ever played.
SIMULACRA will make you genuinely afraid to get to the bottom of its mysteries, even while you can’t help but keep investigating.
After falling on hard times, the Leisure Suit Larry series goes back to its roots, but unfortunately it has plenty of problems, old and new.
Mars Power Industries Deluxe is a short but sweet puzzle game that’ll have you smiling and scratching your head in equal parts.
The World Next Door combines adventure, puzzles, and social elements into a brief but fun package that’s full of charm.
Indivisible is a fresh take on an old genre that newbies and the old guard alike will find something to love about.
Exorcise the Demons is occasionally a blast when played with a few friends but suffers from a lot of demons of its own.
Frontline Zed by Volcanic Games is a zombie shooter reminiscent of browser games from the early 2000s. It should have stayed there.