While short and lacking in side content, Like A Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is a good entry point for curious players and a nostalgic throwback for longtime fans. (Review Policy)
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Barring some physics and collision issues, Ghostrunner 2 is an action-packed follow-up to the original filled with exciting setpieces and satisfying action platforming.
Wizard With A Gun mixes fast-paced isometric gun combat, immersive sim elements, and rewarding base management into an entertaining survival sandbox experience.
Gunbrella is a fast-paced, rewarding action-platformer full of pulpy noir personality. Minor balance issues and tonal whiplash aside, it is worth your time.
Weightless combat and forgettable story aside, Eternights is a solid game of romantic vibes in a crumbling world. (Review Policy)
Both ambitious and novel, Immortals of Aveum is a solid first-person action experience, hampered by several minor issues and a narrative that fails to emotionally connect.
While My Friendly Neighborhood is rough in several spots, Its solid survival horror gameplay, dedication to its premise, and great replay value make it must play.
Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores has a strong character story at its center, but not much when it comes to new content.
Afterimage is a vibrant and vast Metroidvania adventure that rewards you the more you dig into it. A must play for fans of the genre. (Review Policy)
While short and inconsistent in challenge, Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider is a fun throwback to late 90s Japanese cyberpunk spectacle.
Generic enemy designs and technical issues aside, Mirror Forge is great at building atmosphere and delivering heart-racing puzzles.
A short run time and a few obtuse puzzles do not damper Shadows Over Loathing's irreverent energy and rewarding RPG gameplay.
Questionable story beats and tedious combat arenas aside, A Plague Tale: Requiem polishes and refines its stealth action gameplay while keeping its focus on its core cast of characters
Mediocre Survival RPG gameplay and a poorly tutorialized mandatory prologue saps Made In Abyss: Binary Star Falling Into Darkness of its merits
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is a gripping, powerful story told well with a unique world and compelling characters. The combat, once it fully introduces everything, is also packed with depth and complexity.
While it is a walking simulator at its core, South of the Circle contains great performances, beautiful visuals, and strong themes and commentary. It is worth experiencing at least once
Outriders Worldslayer brings more fun gun battles, new loot and perks, as well as the same minor annoyances.
Solid card trick gameplay and some great quasi-historical presentation helps alleviate Card Shark's occasionally obtuse level design.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong has some novelty as a dialogue focused RPG but is hampered by mid-production jank and subpar level design.
A striking visual style and stylish presentation helps make Trek To Yomi a memorable journey through hell, even when the story and gameplay remain familiar and predictable.