Blasphemous trusts me to plot my own course in ending the Age of Corruption, making a visit to Cvstodia an enjoyable one.
Void Bastards is a smart and funny survival shooter that never gets deeper than its first impression.
Origins lays the foundation for a new Assassin’s Creed generation, but it doesn’t quite get there itself.
Way of the Passive Fist is a beat ‘em up with the twist that I never beat anyone up.
Kawaii Deathu Desu has an evocative premise but fails to expand on it to create a rewarding experience.
Trials of Mana possesses many interesting and unique features for its era, but it has many more which feel offputting and opaque.
Murder by Numbers pulls double-duty as an entry point for nonogram novices and a charming narrative-driven detective videogame.
I hoped Sword and Shield would be transformative. Instead it’s the same videogame Pokémon has always been.
Can a single enjoyable mechanic redeem an otherwise bad videogame?
If I was in a mood to find demons more exciting than doorways, I might find Odallus a disappointment.