DiscStorm is a fun arena-based game but it doesn't seem like a finished product. There are a lot of elements to it that can keep people playing for hours, but after a while when the “new toy” feeling fades away you may just find yourself wondering what can you do now.
Higurashi When They Cry - Ch.1 Onikakushi is a great update to an already engaging first entry into the world of Hinamizawa. While it does seem dated in a few areas, it still holds up fairly well to the standards of visual novels of today.
Sym is a strange platforming puzzle game with heavy themes, a beautifully simplistic art style, and some keyboard snapping difficulty. While not all of the difficult moments in this game are warranted, it still provides a rewarding experience in this dark disturbing world of Sym.
Sunset does have some shortcomings in the terms of the story, but it is a game that should be played at least once by those who truly love playing games that, despite their small scope, have a narrative so delightfully weaved that it sucks you in and never lets you out again.
The Weaponographist, while fun in a sort of mindless way, isn't a game that you'd want to play over and over again. The controls are too floaty, the environments are too repetitive, and while creative, it just doesn't work when it's put all together.
Life Is Strange - Episode 2: Out of Time surpasses the previous episode in the emotional and storytelling aspect. If this series gets any better, then we may a company on par with TellTale Games when it comes to this type of story based gameplay.
"Amid the Ruins" is a quieter more thoughtful entry in The Walking Dead Season 2 putting it at a stark contrast to other entries in the episode. When they deaths and action come however, it is more impactful despite the player's lack of overall impact on some inevitable fates.