Though darker and messier than I remember, Postal Redux nevertheless shines light on the original mayhem simulator and reminds us what gaming was in the 90s.
These aren't your cold, sparkly vampires from the Twilight series, but bloodthirsty overlords who won't hesitate to put human underlings in their place.
Clunky and painfully slow, Grimshade has no business being on a handheld device with such cluttered UIs and tiny text.
Epic storytelling combined with tactical decisions and real elements of roleplaying: BeamDog takes the jewels of Black Isle Studios and ports them beautifully.
Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Editions come together, with all the DLC, and will positively suck up the remainder of your year if you let them.
Embark on a surreal journey to conquer nightmares and restore peace of mind.
A good game that is severely hindered by technical issues.
A must-have for fans of CRPGs.
A stunning, creative title that slightly falls short of being a masterpiece with a couple of minor flaws.
Top-down fantasy RPG turns hard-to-port with a swashbuckling new theme and countless more hours of dungeon-crawling to sink your blade into.