Becoming a squid and then becoming a kid has never felt so good—provided your network can keep up.
Returnal takes Housemarque’s penchant for frenzied yet finely-tuned action to new heights, but the roguelike nature undermine its strengths.
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.