Tunic is a fascinating action-and-puzzle videogame that is only hampered by one too many layers of mysteries.
Dungeon crawling fans looking for a light-hearted take on gothic hell-raiding will get a lot from this irreverent indie gem.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits has beautiful animation and art design but is too difficult to be a fun videogame.
Tails of Iron feels like playing a gruesome passage from Redwall if it was read as a bedtime story by Geralt of Rivia.
Death’s Door’s lack of originality overwhelms me with ennui.
John and Sam’s journey eastward is beautiful and often frustrating.
I’m not trying to sound hyperbolic; CrossCode is just that good.
Mighty Goose is an irreverent and solidly built arcade shooter that leaves me wishing for more.
By combining action and puzzles to represent a cooking competition, Battle Chef Brigade has shines of genius.
Undermine won’t convince the unconverted but is a solid, if familiar, experience for procgen dungeon crawler fans.