Clearly inspired by the classics of the 2D sandbox RPGs, RE:OZMA sports some interesting features but has a long way to go if it hopes to compete with the genre’s heavyweights.
A second look, two years later.
Lack of both freedom and direction make this harder to love than it should be, but it’s still worth a look
Take the fight to the settlers and reclaim your ancestral territory as chief of a Native American tribe in this simulation-strategy sandbox set in the American frontier.
While a bit clunky in places, Gearstorm has solid foundations for a large-scale survival game, and it’s already pretty addictive.
This science-fiction survival-crafting bun needs a lot more time in the oven before it’s suitable for human consumption.
Run your own tavern and learn more about the history of The Village and its residents in Graveyard Keeper’s first DLC.
A big, bland, almost empty world, hemmed in by overbearing fog and filled with repetition.
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.
Returning to the darkness this soon still feels fresh. A great piece of DLC.