The Blackout Club is one of the most intriguing and compelling co-op experiences that I have ever played in recent years, but it still has a long way to go.
Chucklefish have yet again proved why they're the indie darlings the development world needs.
Despite containing smooth controls and flying mechanics, too many technical errors make this nothing more than a gamble.
The rogue-like renaissance has put out some fantastic titles, but it’s had its fair share of duds too. City of Brass sits somewhere in the middle.
Honestly, just one of the best looking and best performing shooters out there, even five years later.
A goofy and gross platformer is totally marred in my eyes by backwards incentives and zero replay value.
Why try and survive a zombie apocalypse, when you can just control one.
A family-friendly movie tie-in that offers a fiery, breath of fresh air and a playability that rates highly on the dragon's scale.
Can The Exorcist Legion continue to scare?