Aspire: Ina’s Tale weaves a thoughtful tale through its striking visuals, but weak puzzle design and finnicky controls only get in the way.
Ghostrunner’s blend of action and first-person platforming is refreshing, precisely because it de-emphasises direct combat.
Thirty years after getting canned just before it was due for release, colourful arcade platformer Clockwork Aquario finally gets to shine.
Metroid Dread succeeds in walking the tightrope between innovation and being true to its roots, but not without a few stumbles along the way.
El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron brings utter beauty and serene, surreal theological action to PC. Ten years on, it hasn’t aged a bit.
Sixteen years after the original game made its debut, Psychonauts 2 delivers everything fans could have wanted, and more.
The original Save me Mr Tako was a great game. A passion project created mostly…
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World is a faithful, gorgeous remake of a delightful, if flawed, classic from the Mega Drive days.
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World has a May 28 release date for PlayStation 4 and Switch, with the Steam version to follow in June.
The original Shantae finds a natural home on Switch, R-Type Final 2 resurrects a classic shmup, and Kingdom of Arcadia is fun, if forgettable.