Rhythm Festival is classic, timeless Taiko no Tatsujin rhythm action, but with a new track list, new minigames, and an expansive Music Pass.
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Farming and witchcraft make a magical combination, but it’s the heartfelt story of acceptance that really sets Wylde Flowers apart.
A roguelike twist doesn’t always hit the right mark, but The Dragoness is still a decent introduction to Might and Magic-style strategy.
Islets is a familiar adventure in a lot ways, but one built with a deep understanding of what makes a good metroidvania tick.
There’s a lot of fun in a farming / monster-collecting mash-up, but its the eccentric cottagecore vibe that really makes Ooblets stand out.
Thrilling car chases and memorable campaign levels aside, this reboot of Saints Row struggles without its charismatic legacy cast and doesn’t do nearly enough to improve its monotonous side content.
A perfect balance of action, strategy, and the beloved Fire Emblem: Three Houses cast make Three Hopes is one of the best Warriors games yet.
Super Bullet Break is full of charm and fun ideas, though it struggles to reconcile the fundamental conflict in its roguelike/gacha mashup.
The tension of a roguelike and quiet charm of a cozy life sim might seem at odds, but Cult of the Lamb finds magic in that juxtaposition.
Train Valley lays the tracks for an enjoyable, if repetitive, railway management puzzle game that’s well suited to short bursts of play.