Daymare: 1998 doesn’t reinvent the wheel, and honestly, the game doesn’t really excel in any other aspect other than invoking that feeling of what a true old-school survival horror game should feel like.
Author: Davide Roriz
Terminator: Resistance is a pretty generic shooter, but one which does an incredibly good amount of fan service.
OUTBUDDIES, as a whole, is quite compelling, but some people might try it out and decide it’s not for them before reaching that point where the game truly reveals itself.
The sequel to 2017's open-world ARPG Cat Quest is finally here, but unfortunately, it doesn't really bring anything new to the table.
Door Kickers: Action Squad is one of the best spin-offs that I've ever played. It might look like a regular 2D action side-scroller, but it will surprise you.
EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 5 is finally on PC, bringing the latest and best entry on the famous franchise known for its endless onslaught to a new audience.
Although not perfect, They Are Billions is a solid RTS that brings a fresh take on the genre.
An unsettling game whose plot is open to interpretation, but it ultimately shines thanks to its combat.
Cooking Simulator is quite possibly the most realistic cooking experience on PC, but it unfortunately suffers from poor controls and weird physics.
Deathgarden: BLOODHARVEST has come a long way and if you're looking for a 1vs5 asymmetrical online game, this might just be your thing.