Is it possible to make a fun game around a core boring mechanic?
A “relaxing experience” that winds up frustrating.
Multitasking busywork IN SPAAAAACE!
“X4: Foundations” lives up to its name by being the foundation upon which the full-game DLC can be added.
Despite the hatred against Konami, Metal Gear Survive proves to be a surprisingly enjoyable game, although flawed by unnecessary micro-transactions and some bad design choices. While not perfect by a long shot, it mixes many genres together in a way
Become a catgirl. See the world. Exterminate thousands of fluffy creatures.
A charming survival adventure title that’s deep in Early Access, Tinkertown is an entertaining enough resource collection and crafting experience at the moment but has little else to offer.
A romantic stroll through a bizarre sci-fi future, Haven offers a casual co-op experience that’s decent enough, though it may be too corny for some and too light on feature for others.
The proof that photorealistic graphics aren’t needed to bring entire worlds to life.
Graveyard Keeper keeps growing and Game of Crone makes it that much better.