A fantastic example of world building done right, but a real test of patience even for veteran strategy gamers.
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An unpolished, but ultimately charming and engaging take on H. P. Lovecraft's most famous creation. A must for psychological horror fans.
A competent sequel that adds some neat touches, but doesn't fix enough of the first game's problems.
Beneath Lust For Darkness' great atmosphere and creative imagery lies a very average game.
Simple mechanics leave room for a deep, emotional story and interesting characters
A strangely addictive average game
Undercooked in all the key places, Agony is just a 10 hour trip through increasingly edgy content that isn't actually fun to play.
A deep, intriguing story that gets buried under bland, repetitive gameplay.
The Low Road shows a lot of promise, but it just doesn't live up to it.
Despite some missteps with its gameplay, Indygo is a deeply immersive, realistic, and nuanced depiction of depression.
Tense, terrifying, and a significant improvement on its predecessor, The Evil Within 2 capitalises on the potential the franchise clearly shows.
Code 7 really makes you feel like a hacker with truly immersive gameplay and grabs your attention from the get-go with an intriguing narrative.
An admittedly wonderfully detailed passion project, but one that is mostly style over substance.
A game with interesting ideas that is let down by frustrating, repetitive gameplay.
A unique premise and heavy interplay of gameplay and narrative elevates Black The Fall above its rather stock standard game mechanics.
Despite some design missteps, Pinstripe is worth your time if you're a fan of games that bring the feels
A game with lofty ambitions but none of the polish to reach them
A surprisingly deep, emotionally engaging tale for a game that lets you fornicate with a toaster.
Prey is a deep, challenging sci-fi adventure that is more than the sum of its various influences
An extremely effective horror experience, but an undercooked horror game.