If you're an old school gamer, 9th Dawn III: Shadow of Erthil's aesthetic, gameplay, and level of challenge will speak to you.
Lost Ember is a narrative-driven adventure in which you fly, swim, run, dig, and explore a beautiful world in order to learn more about your origins.
Weakwood Throne is, well, weak—in terms of delivery, gameplay, and overall reason to keep playing.
Decisions, decisions. Brutal warlord, charismatic peacemaker, upright law(wo)man, crafty tech nerd, fleet-foot thief, rugged survivalist, eagle-eyed gunslinger—the options are nearly endless. What sort of Ranger will you be?
Aliph's rather rough first day on the job spirals into an adventure to save the world. Or does it?
These aren't your cold, sparkly vampires from the Twilight series, but bloodthirsty overlords who won't hesitate to put human underlings in their place.
Just another bland brick in the RPG wall.
Even the collapse of the stage couldn't stop the popularity vote.
Need a packet is a repetitive slog of mundane jobs. Can you take on your job in the grocery store without losing your mind?
In a quiet town called Pineview, a murder-suicide turns up more information than the residents knew about the deceased couple--and coincidentally about the detective working the case.