Witch Thief has some good ideas and is fun at times, but it's poorly thought-out and extremely frustrating, even considering the bullet hell genre.
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Pig Eat Ball is easily one of the best games I've played this year.
Damsel misses the mark in many ways, but really isn't all that bad. It's more of a glaring missed opportunity than anything else.
While it should definitely be more upfront about its shorter playtime and isn't worth full price, Call of Cthulhu is a good walking simulator that tells an interesting story.
The Shapeshifting Detective is a bit of a disappointment overall, but the central concept is very interesting and well-implemented. It might be somewhat underwhelming, but genre fans will find it worth a look.
Darksiders III is a very good game marred by some severe issues. Still, I loved it. I only hope Gunfire Games addresses its issues.
Escape Doodland could use some more content, but it's a really neat, little game. As long as I'm not playing level seven.
Gris is a beautiful experience that will be well-regarded for it's visuals, themes, and game design for years to come.
Assault Spy is a must-play for fans of fast, stylish character action. It's got some problems, but it's an absolute blast.
Double Cross suffers from underwhelming combat and bland levels but makes up for it with a good story and fun platforming.
Space Viking Raiders is short and simple, but it's a lot of fun for up to four players.
My Time at Portia is great at first, but it's as insanely stretched out as it is tedious and empty.
JackQuest is a very average game held back further by questionable design decisions. It's not necessarily a bad time, but it isn't a good one either.
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Wonderful presentation, fun abilities, and a good sense of humor help buoy Away along, but it's disappointingly light on content and has no real replay value.
Eastshade may have some serious technical problems, but it's a wonderful game that deserves a lot of attention.
ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove is an extremely welcome update to the first game in the series that retains and expands upon everything that made that game a classic.
Devil May Cry 5 might not be the best entry in the series, but it's a good time with great gameplay, in spite of the middling story and bland art direction.
I enjoyed One Piece: World Seeker in spite of its flaws, but anyone who isn't a big fan of One Piece will likely find the game a chore to get through.
Outward is simultaneously mesmerizing and full of missteps. What could have been a truly special game is damaged by how tedious and ill-advised so many of its design decisions are.