The ‘reverse city builder’ is more than just an intriguing concept: Terra Nil manages to blend a relaxing strategy puzzler with a potent message.
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Gilbert and Grossman’s return to Monkey Island is as fun and clever as the originals, but also a poignant reflection on the series’ legacy.
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.
Thrilling combat and a copious amount of one-liners ensure Lo Wang’s latest adventure doesn’t skimp on entertainment value…or blood.
Trek to Yomi goes beyond mere aesthetics in the way it channels Kurosawa, and generic combat aside, might just live up to its inspirations.
Essays on Empathy is so much more than just an anthology of games; it’s a candid reflection on Deconstructeam’s history and creative process.
Loop Hero combines roguelike, strategy, deckbuilding, humour, and existential themes, but it’s much more than the sum of its parts.
Olija combines swashbuckling platformer action with solemn, thoughtful tale about loneliness and isolation in a foreign land.
Reigns: Beyond takes Nerial’s swipe-based strategy game away from kings and queens, into the realm of… intergalactic indie rock bands?
Flying Wild Hog and the “less talented suits at publisher Devolver Digital” are bringing Lo Wang back for another offbeat adventure in Shadow Warrior 3.