While not as robust as Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Dancing in Moonlight has enough charm to be worth playing.
Month: January 2020
Coffee Talk gets close to being everything it should be, and there are hints of it mixed in, but it never makes it all the way.
A family feud of epic proportions, Sisters Royale takes a fantastic bullet hell formula and makes it both challenging and sincerely fun.
HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed brings all of your childhood toys to life in this co-op first-person shooter.
Stone has some negative moments, but it also has some great plus points; moments that just make playing the game worthwhile.
A game with the mechanics and graphics of the late 1980s but that is entirely forgivable in 2020 with it’s big selling point being just how funny it was…to me anyway.
Music Racer retails at the incredibly adequate £5.79. And such price tag is not just enticing, but also fully justifiable.
Challenging bosses, an excellent variety of customisation options, and visually stunning. Skellboy is a 'humerus' indie title that you won't want to put down.
Ember pays tribute to some of the classic isometric RPGs and makes it one of the most accessible of its type, though may not have the appeal to veterans.
Living in a world where everything you do is not good enough, and you are merely a faceless entity. Be brave and forge your own path.