Story of a Gladiator is a simple game with a fair bit of heart.
Terminator: Resistance is a pretty generic shooter, but one which does an incredibly good amount of fan service.
FoxyLand is solid and challenging little platformer, but there are better titles out there.
Enter a dreamscape where you ride your bed as a skateboard, free of illogical puzzles but full of obstacles to manoeuvre. But will it keep you up at night or put you to sleep?
Children of Morta is one optimization patch away from being my favorite roguelike game of the last few years.
It may be too simple for some, but it is certainly enjoyable and I will certainly be recommending it to others, who I know are fans of this style of game.
Asterix & Obelix XXL3: The Crystal Menhir contains an empire full of gameplay and humour, meaning you'll simply have a Gaul playing it.
A party game based on Tetris using one's body, Tetsumo Party is a fun multiplayer but does it have any lastability in a single-player mode?
Take your stance as a samurai warrior one-to-one with a fighting system that means that if an attack connects, you're dead.
A vibrant rolling platform puzzler of a game, The Big Journey gives a big nod to LocoRoco from the days of the PSP. Does it offer anything extra though?