The Jackbox Party Pack 7 is here with a slew of mostly awesome, creative new games that carry the torch of the Jackbox franchise with pomp.
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Spiralling towers, endless deserts and impossible geometry; Frictional's return with Amnesia: Rebirth showcases why they're the masters of horror
Set 700 years before the first title, Ys Origin expands on the franchise's lore with a combat system that blends both style and substance.
Though it has fun gameplay and unique character classes, Torchlight III doesn't do much to progress the franchise to attract a new audience.
Just another season.
With a high level of player choice and role-playing systems, Baldur's Gate 3 already looks like the promising start of a deep, immersive RPG.
Combining battle royale with classic Mario gameplay, Super Mario Bros. 35 is an interesting and fresh idea that could use some more depth.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time is the first mainline Crash title in 24 years. In that time, not all that much has changed.
I Am Dead avoids the pitfalls of modern video game storytelling to deliver a touching narrative experience with simplistic, but approachable puzzle elements.
Spelunky 2 takes the ridiculously polished foundation from the first game and blows it out with new content, mystifying secrets, and big-time cave mole jerks.