The Pale Reach offers few reasons to return to Dredge.
Though I am not without my criticisms of Stardew Valley, every inch of its reputation is deserved.
Dimension Shellshock is a fun addition to a fantastic videogame if you can accept the grind.
Trine’s dated physics engine makes it feel unique and memorable.
Cosmic Star Heroine is a great combination of old school aesthetic sensibilities and new school design philosophies.
Guacamelee! is a fantastic change of pace for players who want to add some beat ’em up spice to their non-linear platforming.
Quest’s plain levels are a bore to navigate and its initially-clever combat systems soon mistake complexity for depth.
Dredge layers a creepy atmosphere on unique fishing mechanics to create an engrossing and original adventure.
SteamWorld Heist has the potential for fun shooting and challenging strategy but is occasionally undermined by randomization and repetition.
Kaze and the Wild Masks is a complete package: beautiful graphics, excellent platforming mechanics, and satisfactory challenge.