Warriors All-Stars carves a new, open-ended approach for Musou storytelling, with the familiar, energetic combat and a delightful mix of characters.
Bullet Soul: Infinite Burst is a re-imagining of Bullet Soul, with a revamped scoring system and new enemy patterns, but the same energetic shmup action.
Harley Quinn: Red Meat brings together three short story arcs that don’t all land, but that do all show why Harley is such a wonderful character.
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.
The latest iteration of Everybody’s Golf really is a golf game for everybody, with simple mechanics, depth, and a wide range of ways to play.
The dungeon crawling in Mary Skelter: Nightmares is captivating, but it’s the otherworldly “living jail” setting that really sets this game apart.
Knack was a fun game despite all the undue disdain it got, and Knack 2 builds on that without trying to reinvent the wheel or appease the haters.
After a disappointing end to Nathan Drake’s story in Uncharted 4, The Lost Legacy puts Chloe Frazer at the centre and the series back on track
Otomate’s skill of weaving clever narratives through cute romance stories shines again, with an insightful and timely look at gun control
Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is the rare open-world game that’s cohesive and captivating, instead of being at odds with itself.