It's Just Dance with Baby Shark. There literally isn't anything else that needs to be said for parents to make this game go platinum.
Category: PC Reviews
Epic storytelling combined with tactical decisions and real elements of roleplaying: BeamDog takes the jewels of Black Isle Studios and ports them beautifully.
For Sudoku Ninjas, Christmas may have just come a little bit early.
A worthy walking simulator / first person survival horror title.
A homage to the classic point and click adventures by the likes of LucasArts and Sierra that is witty, vibrant and challenging enough for any keen adventurer, though perhaps of the older variety. This isn't for kids.
A CLAAS act?
OUTBUDDIES, as a whole, is quite compelling, but some people might try it out and decide it’s not for them before reaching that point where the game truly reveals itself.
Race with Ryan is one of the most child and family-friendly kart racers ever devised and even holds enough to maybe nudge Mario into the pit lane.
Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Editions come together, with all the DLC, and will positively suck up the remainder of your year if you let them.
Moving out of the darkness and into the light, Shadows of a Adam pays their respects to the 16bit JRPGS that fueled many childhoods.