Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory is a colourful yet repetitive role play and adventure title. Furthermore, it is distinctly old-school with a political flair. Though its action utilises a familiar gameplay loop, the smooth and stylish swordplay ensures that this is a great game to experience.
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers: is an action-packed simulation game full of crime and violence. You must control a rookie cop as he cleans up the city. What's more, as you progress, the crimes become more heinous, and you must rely on your skills and equipment to solve each issue. Sadly, for all its positives, bugs and problems undermine its vast potential. However, if the developers overcome the glitches and issues, this will be a great simulation title.
Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef is a wonderful hybrid of two genres. Enjoy some classic platforming mechanics brutally combined with gory shooting elements. As a consequence, you'll experience a fun yet tough title that'll keep you busy for hours.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is a phenomenal FPS that ticks every box. With incredible aesthetics and slick gunplay it is a fantastic experience. Furthermore, the online mode is well balanced and the new levelling system is organic. Fans may gripe and groan about the changes, but I adored the methodical action and problem free gaming.
Charon's Staircase is a classic horror puzzle title with a thriller twist. It plays the part perfectly with cliched jump scares and a sinister atmosphere. However, its limited replay value and well-trodden mechanics leave you feeling underwhelmed.
PlateUp! is a fantastic rogue-lite cooking simulation title. What's more, it is infuriating, addictive, and original. Play solo or with friends as you cook, burn, and serve every meal to impatient customers. Can you make everyone happy, or will your restaurant be shut for good?
Miraculous: Rise of the Sphinx is a nice addition to the much-loved franchise, if you are a child. Consequently, it is aimed towards younger gamers, so it won't receive any major plaudits. However, my children enjoyed it, even if I found it to be flawed. With colourful graphics, interesting stage design, and the right blend of casual action, this will entertain the youngsters in your house.
Justice Sucks is a brutal and violent adventure game. You must use your surroundings to take out your foes and complete every mission. Learn new abilities, mow down your opponents, and clean up your mess. It is gruesome and childish, but unbelievably moreish.