If you can go into Daggerhood with an open mind, you may find more than you expected for the low price point and surprising depth.
X-Morph will leave you breathless in its chaos, but even with its pitfalls it’s seriously stupid fun.
A new 8-bit Castlevania? Well, kinda.
Reverie is, hands down, one of my favorite adventure games in recent memory, and an amazing fit on the Nintendo Switch.
Reverie is a great pick up and play sort of game.
Get your Twin Sticks at the ready and prepare to complete the Tachyon Project!
Leap of Fate borrows in droves from its direct competitors. But in due course of trying to copy everybody else, it fails to find its own direction, and the result is rather underwhelming.
The long-awaited sequel to Rainbow Moon offers a completely new story, world and characters to explore, yet still retains an air of familiarity that has been greatly refined.
Iro Hero wants so desperately to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the shooters that we all know and love, but this little game needs a bit of a boost to really be seen.
A real-time strategy, tower-defence game with elemental weaponry that eventually snuff themselves out.