Weird, tongue in cheek fun. Peace, Death is a simple puzzle simulation that's great for passing the time in short bursts.
Month: September 2019
The sequel to 2017's open-world ARPG Cat Quest is finally here, but unfortunately, it doesn't really bring anything new to the table.
Turn the real world upside down and tear into the subconscious of the innocent and guilty alike in this spellbinding investigation visual novel.
Utawarerumono: ZAN is a decent entry into the hack and slash genre, throwing a couple of interesting RPG mechanics into the mix.
Much like the Vikings themselves, Northgard is a game that is brutal and unrelenting, yet is also an utterly compelling experience within the genre of RTS.
Contra: Rogue Corps may not be the worst title to be released in 2019, but it surely doesn't do the franchise the justice it deserves.
The real paradox is how a game can exist in my life for two hours and yet leave no trace whatsoever when it's gone.
Overland asks you to survive a gruelling challenge in a post-apocalyptic world, but also offers you a journey that's well worth undertaking.
Atypical Games come up trumps again as Battle Supremacy - Evolution morphs into a futuristic world of ground and air combat on a very satisfying level.
FIFA 20 may not be the reinvention which the series so desperately needs, but it does enough to warrant its existence.