Kandagawa Jet Girls isn’t nearly as lewd as it might first appear, and finds plenty of fun and cheerful atmosphere in its racing / shooter hybrid.
With clear influences from David Lynch and House of Leaves, Control is surreal, paranormal sci-fi adventure that’s not to be missed.
Blood and Truth uses virtual reality to make you the star of a high-octane cockney gangster flick, and it’s a wild ride indeed.
A great game in its own right, Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is also a welcome journey back to origins of one of the best stealth game franchies around.
Metro Exodus trades claustrophobic tunnels for an open-ish world, but a lot of Metro’s unique identity is lost in the grab at mainstream appeal.
Anthem boasts a beautiful world and satisfying combat, but it falls short in what was once BioWare’s biggest strength: its storytelling.
Strange Brigade combines tomb raiding adventure, horde shooters, and 1930s B-movies into a jolly good time. A day at the races for… The Strange Brigade!
Originally released in 2006, Bullet Witch met with middling reviews due to its low budget and lack of polish, but it’s a diamond in the rough given a new lease on life thank’s to XSEED’s Steam port.
Ace of Seafood is a shooter unlike any other, swapping out military fatigues and space marines for fish that shoot lasers and roam the sea in gangs.
Peach Beach Splash has all the hallmarks of a Senran Kagura game—lovely characters and lewd humour—but predatory loot boxes are a sinker.