Bright Memory Infinite shows a lot of promise in its slick FPS combat and gorgeous setting, but it’s also missing some crucial pieces.
With Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth, Team Ladybug continues to refine a rock-solid metroidvania foundation and prove its worth for any license.
Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight may be an ‘unpolished’ game, but that’s exactly what makes it so enjoyable and interesting to explore.
Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight is a gorgeous, exploration-driven platformer in a world inspired by East Asian art, culture, and geography.
Nintendo’s December 2020 Indie World showcase revealed a whole lot of indies making their way to Switch in the coming months.
Giraffe and Annika uses a familiar action-adventure setup with a dash of rhythm game to tell a poignant, whimsical story about the importance of family.
Instead of leading with Halo, the first Xbox Series X showcase focuses on new, unique titles from third parties—teasing an exciting new direction for Xbox.
Due out 19 May, Umurangi Generation sees you photographing a stylized vision of Tauranga, against the backdrop of ‘a crisis event taking place in Aotearoa’.
Astebreed takes a more cinematic approach to the scrolling shoot ’em up, and though it doesn’t always work perfectly, it makes for an exciting game indeed.
La-Mulana 2 comes with all the challenge of its predecessor, but it makes some welcome adjustments to some of La-Mulana’s more tedious aspects.