Disco Elysium is intricate, dense, and often genius. It is also slow, unfocused, and sometimes boring.
Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth is a strong option for adventure platforming fans looking for something small and tough to sharpen their skills on.
Tunic is a fascinating action-and-puzzle videogame that is only hampered by one too many layers of mysteries.
SteamWorld Dig 2 is a phenomenal example of how to craft a sequel.
Dungeon crawling fans looking for a light-hearted take on gothic hell-raiding will get a lot from this irreverent indie gem.
Infernax is a gory retro platformer overflowing with explorable possibilities.
I cannot recall the last videogame I finished with more conflicting feelings.
The Wild at Heart is an engaging Sendak-esque adventure that lacks refinement.
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.