Return to Castlevania is a loving tribute to Dead Cells’ biggest inspiration that adds fantastic content to an already exceptional game.
Roller Drama features a compelling visual novel narrative about an underused subject in games but is let down by its actual gameplay.
Project Nosferatu is a throwback to the NES era with addictive gameplay and an epic but convoluted, plot. Read our complete review.
Chained Echoes is a JRPG the likes of which hasn’t come along in a long time – and an absolute must-play for fans of the genre.
PocketCiv has the potential to become both a solid adaptation of a tabletop game and a great introduction to the 4X genre.
The Block is an extremely simple but extremely charming city builder that’s great for anyone on a budget who just wants to relax.
Youropa is a gravity-defying puzzle platformer that’s as charming as it’s occasionally rough around the edges.
The Plague Doctor of Wippra is a short, sweet delve into the past that talks of the origins of epidemiology and the nature of humanity.
TUNIC takes not just the gameplay but the spirit of classic adventure games and packages them in a brilliant way for the present day.
Cursed to Golf is a fun but flawed mixture of 2D golf and Rogue-like that’s equal parts charming and frustrating.
Transient is a cyber-Lovecraft horror game with plenty of interesting ideas but extremely middling execution.
Mango is a surrealist adventure that offers compelling weirdness but ultimately overstays its welcome well before it ends.
Guntech 2 tries to recreate the simple joy of classic arcade shooters but undermines itself at almost every turn.
Shinorubi is a love letter to the best of the bullet hell genre that is already an impressive package, even in Early Access.
Dreamscaper combines Rogue-like challenge with social mechanics to create one of the most accessible and outright fun genre entries yet.