Thymesia is an indie studio’s love letter to the Dark Souls series and it makes no effort to hide it (in all the right ways). At the same time, it wants to introduce new gamers to the series with an experience that encapsulates what defines it but is scaled back in regards to time and grind.
This Land Is My Land presents a unique take on the Western genre by putting players in the role of an Indigenous American fighting to preserve their way of life. It hits all the right marks in regards to the gameplay and story but falls short in regards to quality due to a lack of polish.
BloodRayne: Terminal Cut is a reminder of how so many titles that defined an era have become lost to time. Sometimes one yearns for a simpler time when blockbuster AAA games and indie darlings were not the only options. One could only hope that this HD remaster could inspire a remake of this forgotten series.
Kandagawa Jet Girls combines a narrative driven story with elements of an extreme sports game to offer a fun experience. Fans of the anime will enjoy playing as their favorite characters in this gaming adaptation. Those looking for something different might also want to give it a try.
Rise of the Triad: Ludicrous Edition allows fans of retro shooters to experience an overlooked classic that help define the FPS genre. While we all remember the major titles that defined the genre, we also need to look back on the cult classics that were willing to experiment.
Ed-0: Zombie Uprising presents a unique take on a classic setup that will put your skills to the test. Don’t go in expecting another generic zombie hack’n slash. Be prepared to be challenged and learn from your mistakes or be doomed to never progress.