If you’ve ever had a Zelda song stuck in your head and loved it, you should play Cadence of Hyrule.
Cloudpunk’s narrative is unambitious and lacks cohesion, but its voxel-built cyberpunk world is worth a visit to genre fans.
Blasphemous trusts me to plot my own course in ending the Age of Corruption, making a visit to Cvstodia an enjoyable one.
Origins lays the foundation for a new Assassin’s Creed generation, but it doesn’t quite get there itself.
Murder by Numbers pulls double-duty as an entry point for nonogram novices and a charming narrative-driven detective videogame.
If I was in a mood to find demons more exciting than doorways, I might find Odallus a disappointment.
Kentucky Route Zero is a lot of things and what you’re going to get out of it depends on how much you’re willing to put into it.
Flush with development experience from the three videogames that precede it, Bloodborne reimagines and refines the Souls formula with new ideas.
Samus Returns is a confused remake searching for a reason to exist.
While its whimsy holds up throughout, Feudal Alloy feels repetitive and shallow.