Survival is unforgiving out in the wilderness and Seeds of Resilience takes that to heart.
Beyond Blue is one of those games that stays with you long after the credits roll.
Clunky and painfully slow, Grimshade has no business being on a handheld device with such cluttered UIs and tiny text.
Artifex Mundi does it again by providing a decent hidden object game with a solid story and a good mix of mini-game/puzzle types.
Prelude to the Fallen is much of the same Utawarerumono we've come to know and love.
The world needs more Paper Mario and Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is a worthwhile substitute while we await Nintendo's next masterpiece.
Though Dungeon of the Endless is a solid single player tower defense game, one has to wonder: what happened to co-op during its port from PC to console?
Part action JRPG, part dating sim, and part Japanese drama, the majority of Sakura Wars is textual exchanges between characters--with just a dash of fast-paced mech combat.
Guard Duty can be completed in an evening if you're dedicated, but it's a fun way to spend those hours.
A decent-looking single player exploration title with some gathering and crafting, and the annoyance of being utterly powerless in combat due to balance issues.