Howl is a decent strategy title, but eventually the combat does tend to get a bit repetitive.
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After Us is a beautiful game with a strong story, but unfortunately it also includes some not great action elements and platforming. It doesn't spoil the overall experience too much, though.
If you're looking for quality satire full of imagination, definitely give Lil' Guardsman a shot.
Cocoon is a beautiful puzzle game full of interesting puzzles and bossfights. The world building could stand to be a bit clearer, though.
Graven tries to be a game for everyone and ends up being a game that's hard to recommend to anybody. All of its mechanics are halfbaked, and, to make matters worse, buggy.
If you're looking for a first-person shooter that would put to use not only your reflexes, but also your brain, like the SWAT series used to, give Ready or Not a chance.
Detective Hayseed - The Cloning Madness is a well-done upgrade to a classic 1999 video game and its fans will be more than happy.
A Highland Song has amazing atmosphere and audiovisuals in general. The rest is quite lacking in direction, though.
The Pale Reach is a nice, yet brief addition to the world of The Dredge featuring a beautiful frozen area.
If you're a fan of puzzle games, you won't find much better options this year than The Talos Principle II.
Jusant is a fun mountain climbing adventure and if you're a fan of non-violent video games, it shouldn't disappoint.
Even for such a well-known story, this adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express offers plenty of new content that make it worth revisiting.
Sea of Stars is an exceedingly well-written RPG. The story, the loveable characters, and the beautiful retro visuals will grab you and won't let go.
Under the Waves is a slow and steady title with a gripping atmosphere and beautiful underwater world, but by the end, you might get sick of it.
Super Adventure Hand! is a silly and fun platformer with an interesting gimmick.
Baldur's Gate 3 is one of the most impressive games of the year. Larian Studios have given it their absolute maximum and the result is beyond any expectations you might have.
Agatha Christie - Hercule Poirot: The London Case is a fun detective story that actually feels like it was written by Agatha Christie. Gameplay and graphics leave much to be desired, though.
The Making of Karateka gives you a better than good idea why Karateka was one of the most influental games of its time.
Dordogne is a nostalgic, pastel-colored trip back to childhood that will entertain everyone who enjoys adventure games with a melancholy vibe.
Park Beyond is nice visually, however it's so buggy at the moment, it can't really be recommended. If it's fixed, it will be a fine alternative to RollerCoaster Tycoon.