Riders Republic is an exhilarating open world extreme sports game with a lot of little issues that build up over time. It's lackluster character creator and insistence on interrupting the flow quickly grows tiresome. If you're a fan of Steep, Riders Republic is undoubtedly for you. If you're not though, you can probably wait to play this game.
Deck Nine has crafted a truly wonderful tale of a community coping with loss and discovering where you belong in a world where you never quite fit in. Life is Strange: True Colors only has a few small issues but otherwise, the latest entry into the franchise is one that everyone should experience.
Kitaria Fables is a fun, dungeon crawler with a relaxing farming sim twist but it doesn’t quite live up to the same hype as other games in the same genre. With that being said though, its simple gameplay mechanics make it easier for younger audiences to pick up and play.
Despite a few small issues, The Ascent is an incredibly fun twin stick shooter set in a dark, cyberpunk world with a lighthearted cast of characters and plenty of things to do. Neon Giant has a patch based on player feedback planned for mid August so hopefully the small visual and audio bugs will be worked out sooner rather than later.
At the end of the day, Hired Gun is a mediocre first person shooter where the cons far outweigh the things that make it fun. You would do best waiting for it to go on a deep sale if you really feel the need to explore this part of the Warhammer universe.
Despite its many flaws, Biomutant remains a fun game with a study set of bones that might pay off in future titles should THQ Nordic give developer, Experiment 101 the green light to revisit their post-apocalyptic, kung-fu epic in a future sequel. As of right now, it might not exactly be worth full price until it receives some TLC.