Children of Morta balances roguelike action with heartfelt, melancholy story of a family sticking together against all odds.
Astral Chain mixes up PlatinumGames trademark acrobatic action with more restrained investigation elements—turns out that’s a winning formula.
Jupiter and Mars is a beautiful game with an important conservation message, but that message sometimes gets lost in the “gaminess” of it all.
Blood and Truth uses virtual reality to make you the star of a high-octane cockney gangster flick, and it’s a wild ride indeed.
A great game in its own right, Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is also a welcome journey back to origins of one of the best stealth game franchies around.
Days Gone skirts around some subversive ideas, but a weak ending turns it into just another generic zombie story. Its open world is better than most, at least.
Fate/Extella Link may be the 12th game in the series, a direct sequel, and set in an alternate universe, but it’s still a great introduction to Fate.
Roguelite fanatics might find RemiLore a bit too simplistic, but its colourful world and cheerful atmosphere make this a great way to kick back.
Exhilarating flight and dogfighting action are to be expected, but I wasn’t prepared for Ace Combat 7’s thoughtful take on the future of war.