Just Dance 2020 has one of the best tracklists yet, amazing choreographies and flat-out stunning animations for both the dancers and the backgrounds. You don’t have to look much further if you’re searching for the perfect party game. You’d be hard-pressed not to have a great time with this game.
Brukel Game is a truly authentic experience, a digital museum of a certain moment in time, eternalizing the memories of a World War II survivor. And for that I applaud it. The game itself feels a bit dated and the experience is rather short-lived, but I can really recommend a playthrough. I believe the game should even earn itself a place in the history curriculum of Belgian schools and I would certainly not mind seeing more games like this being made.
Man of Medan is a thrilling introduction to this new anthology and while the buildup is somewhat slow and the ending was an anticlimax, everything in between was a treat and proves yet again that Supermassive has a good grip on the horror genre.
Meow Motors is a great racer if you’re looking for some good old arcade fun and aren’t looking to spend too much. It may not be purrfect, but you’re guaranteed to have a few hours of fun with it by yourself and it makes for a great local multiplayer experience to enjoy with your family and friends.
I never truly felt scared or even at unease while playing Conarium. That’s perhaps the biggest disappointment that coloured my rather negative review of the game: It never succeeded at making me feel anything. The Literature inside the game somewhat does the source material justice, but it’s a short experience with its ~3 hours runtime that left me wondering what could have been.
Space Pirate Trainer is an incredibly fun wave-based shooter that will give you quite the work-out dodging all the incoming enemy fire. Leaderboard addicts will have a blast finding the optimal weapon-loadout and improving their run. It's an easy recommended for everyone with a VR set, especially at its low asking price
While Table Top Racing: World Tour Nitro Edition introduces new content not present on other platforms, it still comes short of feeling like a good racer. The sense of speed isn’t there, the tracks are inspired but get dull fast & the core gameplay just isn’t fun.
Sacrifice for Redemption offers some very interesting boss fights and introduces an innovative new concept through its "sacrifice" theme, causing you to grow weaker instead of stronger as you progress. While your character may end the game as a weaker version of himself, you'll come out as a stronger player. Only a few unfortunate technical issues hamper it becoming a true indie gem, but in the end, I have no regrets about spending time with this challenging title.