Dead Cells combines the popular features of the Roguelike and Metroidvania genres; a game that aspires to provide the thrill of perma-death and the sense of persistent exploration that comes with finding hidden routes or accessing new areas.
Garage: Bad Trip is inspired by B-movies but plays like an AAA title. Can you handle the intensity? Find out in our review!
FAR: Lone Sails is an interpretive experience that’s all about the journey – in this case, the journey of a train-driven land ship – rather than the destination. Read our complete review…all aboard!
Badass Hero brings together Rogue-like mechanics and over-the-top comic book themes. Is it on track to become the next superhero blockbuster? Read our Early Access preview…
Grab your tackle box and head up to Betty Lake in this ultimate fishing game review.
Fallen Legion is an appealing yet intense action RPG – originally for consoles but now ported to PC – that gives players loads of choice as well as the opportunity to experience both sides of the story. Read our full review.
Hand of Fate 2 brings back the cult favorite deck-based RPG with more challenge, but in the end it all comes down to chance…are you feeling lucky?
The Sexy Brutale is an intricate clockwork narrative puzzle, brimming with style, intrigue and a hint of menace. Read our full review.
What makes Sundered so unique in a sea of Roguelikes? Read our review to find out.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! will put your skills to the test, but speed and accuracy will ensure culinary success! Order up!
My Name Is Addiction explores the path toward isolation and alienation as one contends with the alluring slippery slope of sexual objectification as a proxy for connection.
Rogue Islands might look like Minecraft, but this is no clone; it’s a fantasy FPS with survival elements. Are these islands worth the trip? Read our review.
Oxygen Not Included brings both comedy and grit – germophobes and emetophobes be warned – to the base-building genre. Read our Early Access preview.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a startlingly impressive visual feast that puts you in the claustrophobic and distressed mind of a Pictish warrior looking to face off with the god Hella in pursuit of her missing lover.
West of Loathing from Asymmetric Games is the spiritual successor to the browser-based comedy MMORPG Kingdom of Loathing, but similarities end there. Check out this sprawling, hilarious sort-of-open-world RPG.