The game might be called Nightmare Reaper, but it sure as feels like an FPS fan's wet dream come true.
Author: Davide Roriz
Iratus: Lord of the Dead is a dungeon crawler with turn-based combat where you play as an evil necromancer. Think Darkest Dungeon in reverse.
The Wrath of the Necromancer DLC will most likely not disappoint you if you’re a huge Iratus fan, but if you were hoping for something huge and groundbreaking, this probably won’t be enough to bring you back to the game.
Door Kickers 2: Task Force North will probably be one of the biggest highlights in the coming year, mark my words.
Xuan-Yuan Sword VII is a decent enough game for what it is. It might not bring anything new to the table, nor have the best combat, but its story and characters which are rooted in Chinese mythology might make it a worthwhile experience for some people.
Ostranauts doesn’t offer much in terms of content at the moment, but it’s a game worth to keep an eye on due to its great concept.
Despite being in Early Access, Ziggurat 2 is already shaping up to be a worthy sequel and a good FPS roguelite.
Noita’s spellcasting system is ridiculously in-depth and rewards player experimentation, even though that could very well lead to your own death.
The only complaint that I have about Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is that playing it makes me hungry.
Raji: An Ancient Epic is by no means groundbreaking nor it’s the greatest game of all time, but as a whole, it’s a solid action-adventure game featuring some of the best scenarios to take inspiration from Ancient India.