Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD manages to stand out and stay on top of several games that were at its side at PS2 era.
Noita’s spellcasting system is ridiculously in-depth and rewards player experimentation, even though that could very well lead to your own death.
Ultimately a lack of originality and polish is its downfall.
Commander '85 creates a cool sense of nostalgia and is a cool take on what a first-person sci-fi thriller point and click game can be.
The only complaint that I have about Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is that playing it makes me hungry.
It’s not the one we wanted, but it’s a start.
Raji: An Ancient Epic is by no means groundbreaking nor it’s the greatest game of all time, but as a whole, it’s a solid action-adventure game featuring some of the best scenarios to take inspiration from Ancient India.
Despite 9 Monkeys of Shaolin not creating anything as innovative or ever seen, the game has good game design practices and goes well with everything that's proposed.
Nintendo Switch owners can finally see what the fuss is about with a port of the Shantae game that made the critics take notice for amazing design and concept.
Zoids Wild: Blast Unleashed had a lot of potential, but its repetitive and superficial struggles, the lack of an anime-worthy presentation and the absence of online mode made this game quite frustrating for me.