Somewhere between the grit of Mad Max and the cartoony antics of Speed Racers, Rude Racers is an arcady racing game that is enjoyable as much as it is demoralizing.
While Tales of Maj’Eyal is one of the oldest, richest roguelikes available, this classic still manages to impress in its forward-thinking design for newcommers.
As a remaster, this game more often feels like a re-release, yet Ghostbusters: The Video Game still succeeds the most at making bustin’ still feel good. Just be sure to call Epic for trouble.
Bad North hasn’t ascended from its mortal failings to the gates of Valhalla; it’s a game that has let its shortcomings brew further into a refined mead fit for us mortals.
If life didn’t have enough cats and dogs, then these two hack-and-slash adventures will be the purrfect cur for your problems.
Although rough around the edges, and still rough on the eyes and ears, Queen’s Wish may be Spiderweb Software’s most well-paced adventure to date.
When life has got you down along the tracks, take ten minutes with RAILED and you’ll feel like a contractor who gets the job done after everything when so horribly wrong in your favor.
Sailing somewhere between a game and a therapy session, Solo: Islands of the Heart asks a lot of you to enjoy a niche experience.
Somewhere between an entrepreneur’s wet dream and a programmer’s nightmare, Tech Corp. is a management sim that offers a lot of big ideas with some assembly required.
Much like the name itself, this visual novel meanders around a vague idea while never really going anywhere or achieving anything.