All style and very little substance, Ashwalkers feels as cold and lifeless as the world it portrays.
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A deeply thought-provoking and mature psychological horror game that honours its influences without relying entirely on nostalgia.
If you absolutely can't wait until Bloodlines 2 for your next Vampire: The Masquerade fix, Coteries of New York is a decent enough way to fill the time.
One can clearly see the ambition in The Beast Inside, but the developer's lack of experience means it doesn't actually reach those heights.
A very well-made, entertaining throwback shooter with some useful quality of life improvements, but nothing you didn't see 20 years ago.
World War Z is very competently made and has very few flaws, but it's just nothing we haven't seen plenty of times before.
A great idea executed in a mediocre way. If you can deal with the lack of polish, there is an interesting game here.
A fantastic example of world building done right, but a real test of patience even for veteran strategy gamers.
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.