Like your Grandpa's rusty old Blackjack, Mechwarrior 5 is a great machine that could use a lot of polish.
Read full review
Age of Empires 2: The Definitive Edition is an excellent version of a game that refined a genre two decades ago, but it doesn't offer much to entice new players from their modern conveniences.
Code Vein is some fun anime nonsense is a slickly designed package with some minor failings.
A survival game that feels like a puzzle and plays a bit awkwardly. Overall, a brain-burning but enjoyable experience.
Observation is a thought provoking, eerie space drama with dubious computers, failing equipment, and very threatening geometry. Don't let it get away from you.
Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark desperately wants to recreate the experience of a tactical RPG and it does so with a few added flourishes.
Whispers of a Machine is a puzzling enigma, a fascinating story, and a bit of an ugly beast, but well worth your time.
Anno 1800 is a great, deep city builder that doesn't care if you know how to play it or not.
Hypnospace Outlaw's 90's tinted internet exploration is spot on, but may be too specific for players who were not around to experience that particular time.
Tropico 6 is the realization of what I've wanted from this series for years now.