Vaporum is a surprisingly strong title, which does not only uphold the values of gird-based dungeon crawlers of yesteryear, but also gives the absent genre a breath of fresh air.
Author: Kamil Dyszewski
S.O.N. is a title which strives for greatness, but due to its lacklustre design, and subpar execution, it fails at the very first hurdle and can’t even dream of reaching the finish line.
Double Switch is a great throw back to the age of full motion video, but unfortunately the nostalgia which it creates is not enough to challenge the games of today.
Far: Lone Sails, is great title in its premise. But its execution goes a little over the top, and ultimately takes away much more than it actually gives.
Xenon Racer may not be the high-brow ‘’entertainment’’, which some indies aspire to be. But it is a fun, exciting, and easy going racer which is more than anybody could hope for – especially in this day and age.
Sekiro may be FromSoftware's simplest game of this generation, but coincidently, it is also the studio's finest.
In many ways, The Division 2 is the title which the original always should have been. A complex and rewarding experience which doesn’t go past its due date just after a couple of sessions.
RICO may not be perfect like some modern AAA titles, but unlike those, it is incredibly fun to play. As its exhilarating gameplay and inclusion of co-op, make it one of the better indie games of the last twelve months.
Metro Exodus is an open world game which due to its drastic change of direction feels lost, and largely uninspired. And if not for its ‘classic’ moments of Metro’esque brilliance, it would be nothing more than another average shooter.
Devil May Cry 5 is the finest that the franchise has to offer, but it's visual shortcomings bar it from perfection.