Red Matter does a fantastic job of immersing you in a virtual world that looks and feels as close to the real thing as you’re ever going to get.
Outward will likely deliver one of the years’ most unique and compelling gaming experiences, but for many, those rough edges might well prove a little too rough to see beyond.
Cthulhu deserves better.
Warparty is set in the Stone Age and that's the most interesting part of the game.
AngerForce is an enjoyable shooter, but one that doesn't do enough to make itself vital in a bloated genre.
Beat Blaster is a game where you travel through the level trying to dodge being shot and weave around obstacles; all while trying to earn as many points as possible.
Doom and Destiny is a pleasant Dungeon nostalgic romp that shows a real respect for the genre it is trying to parody to great effect.
Truberbrook has style, class and charm, and does a solid job of storytelling: however, some technical issues, combined with red herrings, may put players off.
If you’re into games that revolve around farming, crafting, developing relationships with other characters, and managing your time, you’ll have a wonderful time in Portia.
Bring to Light chronicles a first person’s nightmarish journey through the subway.