With Headlander, Double Fine brings ’70s sci-fi eccentricity to a Metroidvania. The result is a bizarre, outlandish, glorious trip.
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Bard’s Gold is a fun, simple roguelike platformer, but something’s lost in how (unintentionally, I assume) easy it becomes.
We need more games about sex. Ladykiller in a Bind isn’t just a sexy game, but one that engages with sex in a way that few other games do.
Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure is a simple but captivating game, wrapped in all the charm and joy of the PlayStation era.
Pinball FX2 VR brings pinball to life like no video game ever has before, and is one of the best virtual reality games you’ll play.
Shantae: Half-Genie Hero brings Sequin Land and its denizens to life like never before, but something’s been lost in the jump to high definition.
PS4 players missed out on the excellent Rise of the Tomb Raider last year, but now they can get the best, most complete version of the game.
Rose of Winter may be a short, simple, no-frills otome game, but that doesn’t stop it from being cute, sexy, and surprisingly deep.
The first two episodes have been square-jawedly focused on Batman, but New World Order smartly turns its attentions to the people around him.
Burly Men at Sea is a charming, silly, fun, exciting, relaxing choose-your-own-adventure picture book, and that is something quite special.