The Invincible is a spectacular adaptation of Stanisław Lem's book, but it's limited in terms of what you can do in it, and the impact on the story you have.
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An interactive movie that tells a memorable story of human choices.
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A bold, stand-out, knockout of a card game that drips with imagination and menace.
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Dorfromantik is sunshine on the screen, with a puzzling heart that will keep you busy for days.
Trials of Fire is a complex but seductive deck-building strategy game about sculpting the perfect RPG team.
If you can ignore the story, It Takes Two has some of the best co-op gameplay in years.
A dazzlingly different debut with a haunting sense of place and adventure.
A charismatic and enjoyable gangster sim that gets a bit bogged down in admin.
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Ghostrunner never loses sight of being about speed and agility, making it a constant joy to play.
A rock-hard procedural tinder box brimming with imagination and chaos.
A new classic of narrative and strategy, and a game with plenty of space for the player to enjoy themselves.
Bottomless wit and some inspired design choices make this genre mash-up a joy to play.
There's witty and satisfying puzzling here but it takes patience to get through it.