Headland offers pleasant adventure gameplay unfortunately marred by poor performance and frustrating combat design.
The Black Heart is a solid if basic throwback to the fighting games of the late ’90s that has plenty of style to spare.
Board game phenomenon Gloomhaven comes to PC in fine form, with plenty of refinements and extra content to keep you playing for hours.
A Juggler’s Tale is a short but sweet adventure platformer with a compelling narrative and tons of style to spare.
Bonfire Peaks is a a simple but challenging puzzle game that is often unfortunately challenging for the wrong reasons.
OPUS: End of Starsong is an unexpected science fiction delight. Read our complete review of this story-driven adventure game.
Jupiter Hell combines the sensibilities of both DOOM and the original Rogue into something that feels wholly unique and fun as Hell.
Glitchpunk is a neon-tinged revival of the PS1-era Grand Theft Auto games, with all the qualities and flaws intact.
Noosphere is a horror game that, aside from the odd interesting idea, doesn’t have much new or great to offer players.
Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is a bleak, beautiful Metroidvania experience that stands among some of the best the genre has to offer.
Monster Train is an addictive mix of Rogue-like, tower defense, and deck-building that’s impressive to behold and hard to put down.
TheOvermatt combs through the many first-person games featured in Steam’s Next Fest to bring you his picks for the best of the best.
Despite its thin budget, Faraway Qualia has more than enough interesting ideas and charm to be enjoyable to fans of the JRPG genre.
A review of indie game Alchemy Emporium, which sets you as an entrepreneur in the middle ages.
Silicon Dreams takes some of the most iconic moments and themes of Blade Runner and shapes them into its own compelling narrative.