Judging Koral is no easy feat. It's an immersive underwater playground and its message is clear, but its gameplay muddies the water.
UBOAT is a submarine simulator from World War II that shows a lot of promise, but it suffers from bugs and fails to deliver a meaningful long term experience.
Aquatic Adventures of the Last Human really drives home the idea that we're gonna kill the planet, and that the planet will be JUST fine without us.
When a game seeks to change your perspective on life, it deserves a moment of attention, and Abzû only needs a couple hours to really show you.
Subnautica is the very best that the survival genre has to offer.
Ace of Seafood can only be described as a very different kettle of fish. Does it give you school of thought, or is it all just a bit fishy?
A simple, yet charming meteroidvania, which unfortunately isn't a title which many will expect it to be
Shows a lot of promise, but it fails to deliver on that promise at this moment in time.