A big world to explore and a few unique mechanics makes Fates of Ort a real hit.
An interesting take on Indonesian mythology and an introduction that hypes you up for what’s to come are the high points of an otherwise subpar horror experience.
Why are there polar bears in Antarctica?
Humanity dun goofed again and let their hubris take them to space where disaster awaits them in this sci-fi, mutant-mauling, first-person shooter.
Song of Horror redeems itself in a big way after a lackluster third episode only to lose its newly built credit with a game-breaking bug near its conclusion
Throw Battle Brothers and Darkest Dungeon into a blender with a few extra ingredients mixed in and you’ll end up with Urtuk: The Desolation.
Hang out with your closest friends as you rescue your loved ones from an enigmatic and terrifying threat that subdues the will of its victims.
Forgotten Passages isn’t a game you beat, it’s a game you endure because it’s absolutely grueling to get through all 100 levels due to how utterly boring it is.
Areia was an interesting journey filled with some beautiful landscapes, excellent platforming elements, and Hinduism/Buddhism based symbology thrown in. Was a unique experience that’s likely different for everyone.
When mashing goes too far