If you assumed The DioField Chronicle was another ‘traditional’ turn-based tactical RPG, guess again—we’re going real-time, this time.
Wadjet Eye’s Old Skies puts a clever twist on the timeless time-travel story, and sets up a fascinating delve into the legacy of New York.
Elden Ring is a FromSoftware game through and through, cutting closer to the Dark Souls mold than Sekiro or even Bloodborne.
Instead of trying to overshadow something as singular as Blue Reflection, Second Light is shaping up to be a perfect companion piece.
Even in beta conditions, Guilty Gear Strive delivers online play that’s almost flawless, though its lobby system leaves much to be desired.
If you love a good Final Fantasy-style job system in a JRPG, then Bravely Default II is a game you’ll definitely want to look out for.
Pikmin 3 is a difficult game to describe to the uninitiated, but Pikmin 3 Deluxe could introduce a whole new audience to its charms.
Democracy 4 has all the fascinating strategy and politicking of trying to run a country, but without the responsibility of doing it for real.
Last month, indie developer Benny Heller released Arachnowopunk, a single-button, infinite-runner metroidvania. It’s a concept…
If the demo is anything to go by, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time might just be able to recapture the magic of the original trilogy.