Andy J. Dobeson
Enhanced with fantastic and fresh content, Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is a game that dances through the vulgar and the sublime in an experience that excels in delivering superb storytelling with compelling gameplay mechanics; it’s a hallmark of the genre that deserves every ounce of credit attributed to it.
Tarsier Studios asks us to imagine a world no person had dared imagine before. What if Hayao Miyazaki had used his powers for evil? In such a place, you could explore a fantastically oppressive world, evade unholy terrors and meet lifelong friends. Your nightmares await you in the Pale City!
All animals are equal! Are you sick of Napoleon and Snowball’s ideological quibbles? Could do any better? Relive Orwell’s farmyard fable as you try to keep everyone fed, attempt to fend off human attacks and, most importantly, keep the spirit of Animalism alive.
Call of the Sea dares to ask a question no game has ever asked before - what if Cthulhu was third-wheeling in your relationship? This 1930s South Pacific adventure will have you exploring an ancient and mysterious island, diving into clever puzzles and uncovering occult mysteries.
What do you get when you cross the mechanical structure and minimalist aesthetic of Portal with the self-conscious thematic drive of The Stanley Parable? You get Superliminal, an innovative and striking narrative experience, complete with mind-bending puzzles. Remember – perspective is everything!