Night School Studios follows on its excellent work in Oxenfree with this touching look at the absurdity of life and video games.
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A verbose and rich psychological roleplaying game that doesn't offer enough choice in the role you play.
Equal parts tense and unpredictable, this serves the kind of memorable experience that makes exploring branching storylines a joy.
Taking notes from roleplaying greats, GreedFall makes up for its faults with a lot of spirit.
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Frogware's most ambitious title to date sees it take on the Cthulu mythos, but unfortunately it makes for one of its most flawed games too.
Visually beautiful and emotionally affecting thanks to strong characters, A Plague Tale suffers from missing gameplay variety and tonal inconsistencies.
A smart sci-fi that isn't without problems, though they're balanced out by an incredible amount of style.
A co-op shooter that's an unashamed throwback to Valve's all-time classic, complete with a few quirks of its own.
A frequently gorgeous, sadly generic open-world game that runs out of steam well before its extended play-time is over.