Game development is hard and things can get crazy, but usually it at least sticks to the realm of the physically possible.
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Cozy Grove is a wonderful, loveable, colorful take and the life-sim genre, with a huge amount to discover spread out over a long period of play.
Even with the annoyance of the narrator being so utterly clueless, there's no question that Maquette is effective at illustrating the pain of a good relationship gone bad.
Solas 128 is an intricate sprawling mass of puzzles, slowly building in intricacy from managing a single beam to untangling multiple colors and filters with only a handful of reflectors.
Super Meat Boy Forever is an incredibly polished and fully worthwhile sequel to the platforming classic.
Immortals: Fenyx Rising doesn't have any right to be as good as it turned out to be.
Ray's the Dead is a hard game to either recommend or trash, balanced neatly between being a charming and much-smarter-than-it-looks zombie-fest and a buggy mess punctuated by painfully blatant '80s nostalgia.
Serious Sam 4 is easily the richest game in the series, expanding on the character and his world while not holding back on the action that's been the major draw from the earliest days.
Hotshot Racing is a refreshing blast of retro-arcade racing action.
3 Out of 10 came as a nice surprise, released for free and dropping a new episode every week for its first five-week season.