Loop Hero combines roguelike, strategy, deckbuilding, humour, and existential themes, but it’s much more than the sum of its parts.
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The clever puzzle design in Room to Grow will, at the same time, make you feel both incredibly stupid and like some sort of genius.
Natsuki Chronicles finds plenty of excitement in its arcade shoot-’em-up action, even as it takes a more story-centric approach to the genre.
Bravely Default II scratches the classic JRPG itch wonderfully, while also quietly, cleverly subverting genre tropes and conventions.
With hidden gems like Progear in the mix, Capcom Arcade Stadium is much more than just another repackage of the same old games.
Marchen Forest puts a surreal twist on the alchemist-in-training story, though it doesn’t always live up to its unique atmosphere.
Astrologaster finds comedy gold in the ridiculous real-life story of Simon Forman and a script that would make Blackadder’s writers proud.
Project Starship X puts a roguelike twist on shoot-’em-ups that dials up the chaos, coupled with a ridiculous sense of style.
Solas 128 is a beam deflection puzzle game with more than a few twists, making for some fiendish, brilliant puzzles.