Friday the 13th takes its eighties theme a little too literally, ending up just like other movie-licensed games of the era — becoming an awful, sluggish disappointment. Despite the game's promising premise, Friday the 13th fails to keep its head above water. Avoid this game.
Gorgeous visuals and shiny new loot fail to make up for a short, underwhelming story which completely fails to take advantage of a potentially amazing Infinite Forest. Light on both content and innovation, Curse of Osiris is a disappointing first expansion.
For a patient gamer willing to look past flat voice acting, awkward controls and a slow first act, Neofeud presents an enjoyable dystopian adventure with great concept and solid soundtrack. Look up some gameplay footage to gauge whether this one'll be right for you.
Unapologetically simplistic and fanservice embracing, SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy plants itself firmly in the more casual corner of fighting games. Those who enjoy button mashing with friends, and find more technical fighters like BlazBlue or Tekken frustrating, may find this more comfortable.
Featherpunk Prime is a tough, visually saturated twin-stick shooter that takes the essence of games like Contra and Metroid, imbuing them with retrofuturistic neon color and procedurally generated levels. Fans of games like Metal Slug or Super Time Force should find a comfortable new home here.