Challenging bosses, an excellent variety of customisation options, and visually stunning. Skellboy is a 'humerus' indie title that you won't want to put down.
Ember pays tribute to some of the classic isometric RPGs and makes it one of the most accessible of its type, though may not have the appeal to veterans.
Living in a world where everything you do is not good enough, and you are merely a faceless entity. Be brave and forge your own path.
Promising a retro-style JRPG experience, Asdivine Kamura more than delivers with its solid story and satisfying combat.
Now we look upon the moon in a different way, and we remember, we smile, and we shed a tear for what was, what could have been, and what we always hoped may be.
While never reaching the heights of some of it's predecessors, Mass Effect Andromeda is a genuinely fun game that was the target of a lot of undeserved ire at its launch.
What can only be described as the best example of showcasing depression and suicidal thought in a game.
Well meaning and with a lot of potential, 198X is just on the cusp of greatness, but needs to finish the story before expecting everyone to jump on board.
The whole Without Escape experience is quite pedestrian and even the most ardent of point and click fans may struggle with the lack of interaction.
Decay of Logos holds an interesting level of fun through exploration of its environment and elements, but too many bugs still remain that bring the game down.