The latest entry in Koei’s long-running Nobunaga’s Ambition grand strategy series introduces a handful of new tactical options.
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Like the original game did 20 years ago, the Resident Evil 4 remake finds just the right blend of action and survival horror.
The Pixel Remaster series brings a new, more ‘purist’ interpretation to the first three Final Fantasies.
Mini-reviews for some fun, no-nonsense time-wasters: Super Meat Boy Forever, Void Scrappers, and RunBean Galactic.
Mini-reviews for a handful of colourful, creative indie metroidvanias: 9 Years of Shadows, Pronty, and Curse of the Sea Rats.
The ‘reverse city builder’ is more than just an intriguing concept: Terra Nil manages to blend a relaxing strategy puzzler with a potent message.
Mini reviews for Gal Guardians: Demon Purge, Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe, and SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake.
A Space for the Unbound is a beautiful, heartfelt story of love and growing up, mixed with a fascinating dive into Indonesian history.
Harvestella takes the farm life RPG in a more melancholy, existential direction, to intriguing and surprising ends.
Lone Ruin doesn’t push any action roguelike boundaries, but its quick runs and moody art style let in shine in short play sessions.