Both a football game, and not really a football game. Indie Arcade title Behold The Kickmen does little to satisfy those football cravings, and ends up getting confused about its own identity.
Author: Alex Smith
Nestor Yavorskyy's indie puzzler Sorry, James lets you discover the game and its mechanics for yourself, but is ultimately flawed by intentional technical difficulties.
Concept Destructions attempt at reviving the demolition derby genre is scuppered by tiresome gameplay and difficult to control cars. Ultimately a big car crash.
Blue Brain Games' 3D puzzle adventure, offers intricate and challenging puzzles, but fails to convert to an all-round package.
Kairosoft's latetst disappointing Switch port in management sim Tennis Club Story, which fails to translate the excitement of the tennis court to the screen.
Luden.io's education puzzler teaches you a thing or two about computer programming and, trust me, is a lot more fun than it sounds.
Too hectic with little optimisation for console, Help Will Come Tomorrow was a disappointing look at the Bolshevik Revolution.
Lovecraftian adventure game Moons of Madness creates an enticing game on the surface of Mars, but the story is too complex to keep up with.
3D puzzle platformer Mekorama sticks close to its mobile roots on its console remaster, ensuring it remains an entertaining and challenging play.
Puzzling simulation game Save Koch ramps up the pressure on a beseiged mafia godfather whose life is at risk, but ultimately leaves you isolated and confused.