Remnant: From the Ashes is an interesting mashup of genres, ultimately creating an experience that can stand alongside even the best Soulslikes
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Sirlin Games' Fantasy Strike is looking to make pros out of all of us with a simple pick up and play style that hides considerable tactical depth.
Rad is a great roguelike that constantly evolves to give you plenty of options the more you play, with unique mutations and a different world to explore on each playthrough.
Exception almost wound up being exceptional, but unfortunately is broken enough to warrant steering clear of until things are fixed
Dry Drowning's premise of chasing a serial killer holds a certain morbid allure, but odd choices just make it frustrating to play at times
Continued character focus and new content additions make Eight Princes a solid piece of DLC for Total War: Three Kingdoms.
A solid first effort from the Romanian outfit, a good narrative just let down by some overly simple puzzling
Forager is a fiendishly addictive incremental game with crisp, low-fi visuals, compelling game play loop and clever pacing. Just make sure you don't have to be anywhere before you begin playing!
Madden NFL 20 is a great American Football game, and whilst it's better than last year, some of the mainstay modes could do with an overhaul.
Whether you're a veteran of the genre or a relative newcomer, Planetfall will keep you plotting and planning your rise to glory for a long time.
The Church in the Darkness has created a story that makes you question the cult's motives with every playthrough. No game is the same, but even though their are some neat ideas, the technical issues can really hamper your enjoyment.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a fun if slightly buggy shooter, made more interesting with the addition of a friend to help you punch Nazis to the face.
While not as horrible as the Professor's pets, overly fiddly controls mar an otherwise decent puzzle adventure.
198X is an incredible nostalgia trip for those who grew up playing arcade games and gives younger players the opportunity to experience those games in all their 80s glory.
An engaging story and superb battle system keeps you coming back hour after hour, but Three Houses suffers from a lack of variety in the RPG sections.
How this hadn't been done before I will never know, but Pawarumi's melding of rock, paper, scissors to a shooter is quite frankly, a blast.
Despite some aggressive AI and an unforgiving penalty system, FIA European Truck Racing Championship is a solid and highly enjoyable racing sim
Keepers of the Void is an interesting addition to the game, with some great boss battles, but ultimately is a fairly repetitive and uninspired experience that does little to enhance Darksiders III.
Whilst Dead in Vinland is a decent survival game, it can be punishing if you're not constantly managing every facet of your party.
Automachef is a well-executed but niche puzzler. If you enjoy logic puzzles, and building and creating things, then there's a lot to like here.