A solid entry into the FPS RPG genre, The Outer Worlds refines the old formula into a superior gaming experience but offer only a few minor instances of true innovation.
A beautiful adventure into the mythology of classical Greece marred only by its occasional journey into the hidden object genre.
The tavern simulator that we’ve been waiting for has arrived but it’s less of a party and more of a hangover until its further distilled.
If the first episode is an indicator of things to come, this psychological horror experience is one that fans of the genre will not want to miss.
Clearly paying homage to the tactical RPGs of yesteryear, Himeko Sutori borrows much from past entries in the genre but also introduces a number of systems to create its own unique experience.
Step into the shoes of a Hawaiian native as he fights against the odds to rescue his son and liberate his island from the malevolent forces that have corrupted it.
An old-fashioned beat ’em up that takes a great deal of inspiration from the classics and still manages to secure its own place as a unique and worthwhile experience in modern gaming.
If you’ve ever dreamed of being able to build nice looking and realistic castles, this title may be for you as long as you pick it up for a fraction of its current price.
Although it is a promising early look at what could one day be a great entry into the survival horror genre, Fear the Dark Unknown’s demo has enough flaws to scare me away in its current state.
The king is dead, the kingdom has fallen into disarray, and you’re the only one who has the influence and acumen to unite the council and restore the land to its former glory.