Tiny Metal is a fun little strategy game, although a few issues stop it from being truly amazing
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It's a fun and well-designed strategy game while it lasts, but there's not enough content for it to have any kind of longevity.
Scarce content removes the "strategy" from "real-time strategy"; this homage to classic RTS games sadly fails to imitate them.
My Time At Portia isn't a game as much as it is a holiday, an adventure, and an achievement in indie game production. The intriguing world, compelling systems, and simple gameplay all makes it a fantastic experience.
While it misses some of the best features from its predecessors, Just Cause 4 is a captivatingly fun experience, with enough new mechanics to be a staple for action fans.
Jagged Alliance: Rage! has great tactical gameplay, and enough interesting ideas, however its various elements struggle to line up to make a constantly captivating experience
An expertly crafted shooter with worthwhile narrative endeavours, that's a little too light on content for the time being
It's a faithful and fun remaster, although it doesn't push the boat out in any way.
11-11: Memories Retold is an unabashed artistic masterpiece; its few technical problems barely detract from a fantastic game.
Damsel's gameplay never comes together, and it's too repetitive to be particularly fun.
A lack of variety doesn't mar an otherwise captivating game - it's a compelling strategy and tower defence game.
It's far from a perfect game, with many bugs and oftentimes boring gameplay, but when the game does come together it makes for a splendid experience.
It's short but not particularly sweet. There are many other games that evoke the same feelings as The Gardens Between, but they do so far more effectively.
From its grin-inducing highs to its tear-jerking lows, Wandersong is a magical and captivating game. It's undoubtedly one of the best indie games out in 2018.
Frozen Synapse 2 dual-wields nail-biting gameplay and engaging narratives. Despite its minor issues, it is one of the most engaging gaming experiences you can have.
While it has one of the best game worlds ever envisioned, We Happy Few stumbles over painfully simplistic gameplay and several major bugs.