Utomik boasts an impressive 600+ titles for $5.99 a month, but what really makes it stand out is the variety of experiences within that line up.
Drifting Lands is a creative blend of action RPG and shoot ’em up, and though it has its flaws, it makes a compelling argument for the genre mashup.
Trails in the Sky the 3rd’s dungeon-crawler setup is a departure from series norm, but this is nonetheless a great epilogue to a fine JRPG series.
After almost two years away, I decided to jump back into Final Fantasy XIV and catch up on 5 patches’ worth of new content ahead of Stormblood. What a ride!
Kova is a side-scrolling action RPG Metroidvania, but after a short pre-alpha demo, it’s the beautiful, painterly world that really has me excited.
Alwa’s Awakening isn’t just a “retro-inspired” game, but one that combines a modern design sense with the technical limitations (and creativity) of the NES.
Jupiter Corporation has long been the only name in picross games, but they finally have some competition: Tomlab Games’ Pictopix.
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.
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.
Burly Men at Sea is a charming, silly, fun, exciting, relaxing choose-your-own-adventure picture book, and that is something quite special.