Column – Oct. 2020 Notable Game Pass Games Microsoft has been making big strides into digital gaming lately with their […]
Sword Slinger combines programming logic, physics, and humour in a fun little package that’ll take you back to the days of Flash games.
Hades takes the narrative style of Bastion and Transistor and melds it with phenomenal hack-and-slash Rogue-like gameplay.
Moero Crystal H is a solid RPG underneath some questionable sexual themes that will definitely not be for everybody.
Paradise Killer shines like a Vaporwave gem thanks to great writing, unique visuals and gameplay that respect’s the player’s intelligence.
The Last Survey is a haunting visual essay that faces you with incredibly tense situations that go on every day.
Risk of Rain 2 takes a great 2D game and makes it into a phenomenal 3D game. Tons of fun, whether flying solo or playing with friends.
Unlock The King 2 takes the simple rules of chess and turns them into a compelling puzzle game that’s easy to learn but hard to master.
The StoryTale is a love letter to classic stories and 2D platformers that, while not perfect, has plenty to love for fans new and old alike.
Pesterquest is a love letter to the Homestuck universe that fans of the comic will undoubtedly love, but there’s little here for anyone else.
Infini is a bizarre and challenging puzzle game that will have you equal parts captivated and confused, even with a few technical issues.
This Strange Realm of Mine is a surreal take on old school shooters that manages to be both fascinating and a chore.
HEVN is a game that, while flawed, punches well above its weight and provides an interesting sci-fi adventure. Read our complete review.
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.