Soulstice escapes the trends with a solid game for lovers of action and old-fashioned combat.
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With Steelrising, Spiders leaves the classic RPGs behind and tries their luck in the popular genre of FromSoftware.
It may not be always the most accessible game, but this game from Roll7 stands out visually and presents perfect challenges for gamers who love to hit high scores.
Look for objects, trade items meet characters of this island and find out that something is missing in this adventure full of puzzles.
Crypto is back in Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed with the same arsenal from 2006.
After Nobody Saves the World, Cult of the Lamb brings us a must-have experience for fans of adventure, management and roguelikes.
While it's short, it ain't very sweet. Apart from the visuals, Bright Memory: Infinite lacks variety and still manages to show some technical problems. Ending up being both impressive and disappointing.
It«s impossible to ignore how great of an homage this game is for those that grew up with all things TMNT. Just pure delight.
This old school mascot is back trying to reboot itself in a game too safe for its own good and with technical problems that will infuriate even the most relaxed players.
A different take on the roguelike genre that has the potential to inspire future projects.
Drinkbox Studios nails it with a fun title, full of humor and depth.
A very well executed and short adventure with a delicious management system of a giant boat.
Team Ninja took the Nioh formula with one of the most peculiar and exciting spin-offs of the Final Fantasy saga, even if it goes quite a bit off-the-rails.
FromSoftware achieves another triumph in what is the biggest and boldest synergy between all its previous entries from the last three decades.
While the gameplay is very pacifist and relaxing, Submerged: Hidden Depths devalues its strengths by insisting on a gameplay that refuses to evolve over the five hours of the campaign.
Martha is Dead presents itself with an interesting story with suspense and one hefty dose of psychological horror, that it gets lost in the overall narrative and lacks better and polished mechanics.
ATLUS continues to show that is one of the best at making RPGs with this excellent return to the Shin Megami Tensei universe.
Frogwares goes back to the early days of Sherlock Holmes as a detective with a very safe and simple prequel focused on freedom for the player.
An exciting journey on faith and human condition in one of the most peculiar and striking games of 2021.
Sonic is back with a solid game that even when it's great, it shows its true age.