With its well executed timeloop concept, Lemnis Gate could be the sleeper shooter of 2021.
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A fun and flexible swarm shooter that's a little too reliant on being played alongside friends.
An ambitious and atmospheric adventure undercut by some simplistic mechanics.
A deep but fragmented PvP MMO that's not nearly as original as its early promise suggested.
A straightforward tactics game buried beneath a impassable mountain of roguelike metagame.
An accessible online heist game with some fun but clumsy systems and an ugly presentation.
A decent if generic strategy game that lacks the big personality and siegecraft of earlier entries.
A tense, atmospheric game tangled in the tendrils of poor pacing and grind.
A modest remaster of a fun but flawed RTS that's stuck in the ever-lengthening shadow of its predecessor.
A well-told campaign and story do their best to mask a rather scrawny service game beneath.