The Wrath of the Necromancer DLC will most likely not disappoint you if you’re a huge Iratus fan, but if you were hoping for something huge and groundbreaking, this probably won’t be enough to bring you back to the game.
Enter the Gungeon is a top tier bullet hell experience. Its snappy controls, wonderful theming, and enticing gameplay loop, will keep you coming back.
Ray's The Dead's punny title, tongue in cheek writing, and cutesy art style bely the tough, Pikmin-esque action/strategy gameplay.
Giraffe and Annika's cutesy appearance and calming atmosphere aren't able to soothe the sting of shoddy controls and lacklustre gameplay.
Want to play a visual novel and have to make no decisions, well The Language of Love might be the game you've been looking for all your life!
The scene is black and white, but the case bleeds red. This game leads as a point and click, but introduces elements that help it move into adventure territory.
A nice twist on the RTS genre with a great sense of humor and a multiplayer mode that makes you wanna come back to over and over again.
A creepy 2D horror puzzle title that doesn't need jump scares to make you terrified.
Wake up, eat, go to work, and go to sleep. Rinse and repeat that with a little Marxist revolution mixed in for variety and you get Norman's Great Illusion.
A casual dungeon crawling experience where one of 4 heroes must overcome the monsters, and cleanse the world around them.