About 70 minutes long RTX demo not really worth its asking price.
An interesting concept that excels graphically, but doesn’t quite work as a narrative piece of work due to the mundane story and indiscriminate music.
A really interesting concept that almost delivers, but ultimately is let down by the lack of vocabulary choices, a clunky interface, and a questionable turn of events
Voyage is visually stunning and imaginative. Although short in length, it makes up for it by delivering an enjoyable and memorable experience.
A combination of walking simulator and puzzle genre that somehow doesn’t blend well. It still have interesting puzzle mechanics, although people with limitations might have trouble solving them.
Sunlight is a thirty-minute walk through a beautiful forest enhanced by a wonderful Tchaikovsky arrangement. It’s a decent entry in the walking sim genre.
If you’re already fond of casual, walking simulators than this would likely be a good choice for you. Otherwise, this short game with minimal objectives might not be for you.
A simple but effective game with an emotional message about death, regret and contemplation.
Another horror title clearly inspired by P.T., Infliction ends up superior to many of its competitors though not without plenty of flaws of its own.
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.