LOST EMBER is a beautiful if occasionally buggy exploration of reincarnation and animism. Read our review and be enlightened.
Indivisible is a fresh take on an old genre that newbies and the old guard alike will find something to love about.
The Church in the Darkness by Paranoid Productions is a stealth game about infultrating a cult to rescue your estranged nephew. Read more…
The Blackout Club by Question is a cooperative horror-themed game where you have to stealthily complete randomized objectives. Read more…
Humanity’s new age has begun, and Portia is your new home. Complete building projects. Make friends. Find love. Craft a life.
Fade to Silence does a lot of things, none of them perfectly. Read our complete review to find out why you should be playing it anyway.
The past never lets go…unless you kill it! Descend into the Gungeon, and fight to claim the Gun That Can Kill the Past.
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a highly polished homage to tactical RPGs and a worthy successor to its influences.
Does the cross-platform multi-player block-stacking action of Treasure Stack recapture the captivating core of Tetris? Read on…
Tired of running a virtual farm? Try running a virtual graveyard in Graveyard Keeper, a dark simulation game.
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…
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.
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!