Space Viking Raiders is short and simple, but it's a lot of fun for up to four players.
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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.
Genesis Alpha One is a unique, captivating experience that achieves most of what it sets out to do.
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.