The Torchlight series, a fantastic series of ARPGs is finally back with the newest entry, Torchlight 3. Originally, this game was planned as a free-to-play shared-world game titled Torchlight: Frontiers. The game is a pretty bog-standard ARPG, but a few bugs and it failing to escape its free-to-play roots ultimately led to an underwhelming experience.
Endless Memories is the latest successful Kickstarter Metroidvania. The first attempt for Homunculus Games, there is plenty here for Metroidvania fans to love. Exploring beautiful levels, with a great progression system is what drives the game, but some jank and pacing issues ultimately hurt it.
With the release date of No More Heroes 3 being announced, it was inevitable that No More Heroes would release on the Nintendo Switch. A supposedly amazing series with cult following, one I'm glad I finally jumped into. But does this remake do it justice?
I'm very happy to see Sackboy back in action with Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and what better way than a PS5 launch title that plenty of gamers will play. Few modern PlayStation mascots hold a candle to this loveable ball of yarn. On their second attempt, did Sumo Digital succeed in creating a great exclusive?
Sayonara Wild Hearts is a simplistic trip through an album wrapped up in a visually pleasing package. Reminiscent of Bit Trip Runner, with more emphasis on the endless running rather than the platforming. However, does it do enough to set itself apart from being just an interactive album?
Planet Coaster launched back in 2016 on PC to amazing reviews. Management games are foreign to consoles; controllers can be cumbersome with the reliance on menus in the genre. Finally released on console, does Planet Coaster: Console Edition implement a strong control scheme to bring this fantastic game to a new audience?
Have you ever wanted to clean up murder-scenes like the movies? Well, Body of Evidence might be right for you, remove a horse's head from a bed, help clean up an accidental murder in the back of a car from two guys in black suits; it has it all. Does it do enough to diversify its gameplay, or does it outstay its welcome?
Millions of Minions is the latest in the super popular roguelite genre. Playing as a Sorcerer you try to escape the prison you have been trapped in. Possessing the power of summoning minions as projectiles you go deeper and deeper into the prison. Does this game take the right inspiration from giants in the genre or does it ultimately fall flat?
Cyanide are one of the biggest players in the AA video game space. Releasing some relatively popular franchises like Blood Bowl and Styx, they have been around for quite some time now. Playing as a werewolf in video games is quite uncommon, but does the studio have enough to create an interesting gameplay loop?
The Life and Suffering of Sir Brante melds medieval fantasy and somber art with decision-making gameplay. With myriad options at the player's disposal, which path will you choose? Will you act out of self-interest, focus on your family, or try to please one of the many powerful characters you will meet along that way?