Dive deep into a stream of beats and slash your way to greatness. A wide range of restrictions and challenges keeps this VR rhythm title challenging and riveting.
After winning heart and minds at IndieCade an on Steam, does this local multiplayer port for Nintendo Switch leave orbit?
Could anything be more fun than consuming tennis balls and vomiting them out? Find out in our review of Pig Eat Ball!
Call of Cthulhu is the latest video game based on the similarly titled tabletop RPG license, itself based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Answer the call…
We Happy Few, by Compulsion Games, is an ambitious game lacking polish, but it does enough to rise above its imperfections. Read more…
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is one of the best multiplayer games out there. How does it hold up on the Switch? Find out in our review!
Play a bomb-flinging superhero at war with UFOs in Megaton Rainfall. But is this game really the bomb? Read our full review.
Explore a vast new wilderness in Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. Is this game as mystical as its title? Find out in our review!
Omensight is at once a murder mystery, a time travel adventure, and a story about the end of the world. Read our full review.
Is Agony worth all the hype, or is playing this game a hellish experience? Find out in our review!
FOX n FORESTS is a retro-inspired journey into 16-bit era platformers that stands out for its interesting weather mechanics. Visit the foxy forests in all four seasons and read our complete review.
InnerSpace lets players explore inverted spherical worlds, but are its flight mechanics enough to keep you intrigued, or will this game just leave you blowin’ in the wind? Read on…
In Rock of Ages 2, Atlas rolls his giant rock through armies to defeat famous historical foes. He has to fight hard if he wants to take a rest, but God won’t stop until the beleaguered hero is found.
Grab your trusty pickaxe and dive into the depths of SteamWorld Dig 2, a platforming game filled with secrets and lies. Actually, just secrets.
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.