Their dreams may be twisted, but this is a game that is most certainly not.
You are not the Samaritan, nor the priest, nor the Levite. You are the ill intent.
My Memory of Us shines with inklings of greatness, but those are ultimately put out by the title's indecisive direction and game design.
Inspiring, enthralling, and frustrating in a positive way, Alwa’s Awakening really does capture everything that made the NES great, but in it’s own accord.
Sorry, I'd rather go back to bed.
Sometimes it only takes one misstep to turn a simple shower into an utter flood. Risk of Rain rewards the fast and the lucky, and punishes the slow.
Run, jump, grind and free-run through the neon lit streets of Hover City in a game that eventually shines brightly with patience and agility.
Quite possibly the best game out there to see what happens when physics, fire and crumbling foundations all meet up for one unlucky sheep at the same time.
When a game has fart in the title, you kind of know what you’re in for, but Sigi still delivers a fun, if short, adventure.
Only some wonky controls keep this dastardly tale from going from bad guy to super villain.