New? Kinda. Fresh? I'd say so. Oddworld? 100%, and definitely a great re-imagining of Abe's first foray into the video game halls of fame.
Author: Elliott Osange
The multiplayer sumo game returns with some new takes on going online, staying freemium and, ultimately, delivering a much stronger and more fun package.
Fracter reminds us all that many, many adventures wouldn't need to happen if people learned to not touch what they shouldn't touch.
This is one of those times where I'm pretty sure everyone will say my mistake was not playing this co-op, as I was pretty tepid on the single player time.
Death is such a natural part of this game it's a wonder that there isn't a button to just explode yourself when you're feeling overwhelmed.
Not the best or worst title out there, Transformers: Battlegrounds has some charm but ultimately falls flat for players looking for more than meets the eye.
It's time to go back to Sehwa High and revisit the evil incantations and dark shades of The Coma.
Clever, challenging, exciting and frustrating, Hades ticks all the boxes of a game that's sure to become the next great "one more room" sort of addiction.
VBlank Entertainment once again rocks me to my core by proving that the modern gaming perspective can still be had with a classic style and presentation.
A fully beefed up Quiplash, a hilarious presentation game, some excellent QOL improvements and tons more make this a great Jackbox entry.