Harold Halibut promises to be a unique handcrafted adventure, so let's look at everything we know about it, starting from the release date and details.
Dredge used thalassophobia to great effect and, in its first expansion, The Pale Reach, we'll head towards a new kind of horror: the unspeakable kind.
Wizordum definitely feels like the missing link between Wolfenstein 3D, Hocus Pocus and Heretic. A sort of full-on 1992 experience which feels different from many "boomer shooters" resurgence, since it aims for a very specific niche.
This comprehensive guide on the monsters and threats you will encounter in Lethal Company will help you survive.
Many of us once in our lives have wished to get cucumber, right? I mean, sometimes we just feel alone and abandoned and cucumber would be all we wanted. Ok…
Want to know all about ratatouille in Disney Dreamlight Valley? You've come to the right place. You will be required to make this dish to complete the quest called An…
In Stars and Time gets a lot of things right, but fumbles in some other departments. With a unique loop mechanic, comes a lot of backtracking and much less freedom than one might think at the beginning.
Flashback 2 feels like a 1992 blueprint which was barely updated for 2023. It is not that the controls can't be remapped or that there are no graphical options beyond low/medium/high. It's that most of its mechanics don't really make much sense or entertaining to begin with. The gameplay was moved to a 2.5d plane, which might make sense in locations that you explore, but for the action sequences makes everything confusing and plainly badly planned.
The Kindeman Remedy seems an interesting blueprint for a future game which expands on its management mechanics. A crazy doctor and a lascivious nun are up to no good.
A deck builder set in a Mad Max dystopia.
We loved the idea of this absurd Charles Dickens-inspired metroidvania but unfortunately bugs and issues got in the way.