BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre paints the town fifty shades of red instead of grey.
Month: October 2019
Indivisible's great combat system and inventive cast make this a dizzyingly wonderful quasi-RPG platformer.
The darkest, most disturbing part of Gleaner Heights is the sheer amount of time that must be invested before it becomes anything resembling entertaining.
While stunning in authentic retro design and sound, Creepy Brawlers suffers from being TOO accurate and bogging down gameplay with archaic limitations.
Ring Fit Adventure is one of the best exercise gamification to date, and one of the most honest in getting players to interact, enjoy and improve their health.
While flashy in stills and decent in concept, Battle Planet fails to capture the attention of veteran players, and the generous nature of the AI does no favors.
The Outer Worlds is one of the better RPGs of this generation, and if not for The Witcher 3, it could easily claim the number one spot.
Modern Warfare feels, and plays like a bootleg of the Call of Duty series.
Punch Line is a fun adventure visual novel that manages to stand out from the rest.
Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders 2 builds on its predecessor with more detail and refinement to produce another compelling combat flight simulator.