Aspire: Ina’s Tale weaves a thoughtful tale through its striking visuals, but weak puzzle design and finnicky controls only get in the way.
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Aiko’s Choice builds on Blades of the Shogun in clever ways, while also being a surprisingly good place to jump into tactical stealth games.
Memories of East Coast sets out with bold ambitions, but underdeveloped ideas and an error-riddled script prevent it from living up to them.
The Kids We Were effortlessly blends nostalgia, time travel, and playful humour with unflinching honesty and a heavy, important message.
Space Moth: Lunar Edition gives the Black Label remix treatment to a great indie bullet hell, taking it to exhilarating new heights.
There’s plenty of appeal in a shmup that calls back to the arcade classics, but Crisis Wing feels a little too constrained to stand out.
A Little Golf Journey teases ‘the most relaxing round you’ve ever experienced’ on Switch and PC, due out on October 14.
Staxel shows the potential of a farming life sim / block-building mashup, even if it doesn’t quite get the balance just right.
Four years since its initial reveal, Swery’s ‘debt repayment RPG’ The Good Life finally has a release date: October 15.
One-button bullet hell Good Knight is out now on Steam Early Access, promising ‘butt-clenching’ action mixed with Filipino horror.