Bright Memory Infinite shows a lot of promise in its slick FPS combat and gorgeous setting, but it’s also missing some crucial pieces.
Nintendo Switch is a welcome new home for Primordia and its deft blend of post-acocalyptic sci-fi, humour, and philosophical musings.
Warp Frontier’s blend of hard sci-fi, noir and dystopian influences, Australian candour, and clever puzzles make for a gripping adventure.
Anti-grav racing in the style of a tube shooter is an interesting concept, but it needs a lot more substance than Gravity Chase can offer.
After more than three years on hiatus, Saga will be back in January 2022 with a double-length issue #55 promising ‘the most epic chapter yet’
Returnal takes Housemarque’s penchant for frenzied yet finely-tuned action to new heights, but the roguelike nature undermine its strengths.
With its charming, diverse cast and the whole ‘keep flying’ thing, A Long Journey to an Uncertain End is shaping up to be something special.
Haven is a work of genuine romance—a rarity in this medium—and a shining example of how effective a short-form RPG can be.
Amid a cute, offbeat game about the daily grind of a custodian, Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor makes some insightful comments about class and gender.
If the manga preview is any indication, the sci-fi thriller visual novel Memory’s Dogma will offer a sharp, thoughtful exploration of suicide.