Our thoughts on Outriders after playing through the demo ahead of launch.
A long, familiar JRPG journey with excellent customizable combat and beautiful backdrops that pass the time as you work through its extended stretches of grinding.
Curse of the Dead Gods is an excellent roguelite that bolsters its fantastic combat with an added level of strategy thanks to the unique curse/corruption mechanic that tempts you to make dangerous deals for powerful loot.
Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection provides an old-school challenge but isn’t too cruel to compromise if you don’t want to spend too much time in the cemetery.
Even in early access, Valheim is already a paragon of the survival crafting genre.
Adol Christin shows us a good time as he grapples, glides, and wall-runs while mowing down innumerable monsters - all while wearing some damn fine threads.
Once more with feline.
This spin-off sequel to Persona 5 is nearly worthy of the ‘2' missing from the end of its title.
Little Nightmares 2 delivers similar stealth and scares to the original, but leaves less of a lasting impact.
Destruction AllStars can provide fun bursts of frantic car combat action, but never adds up to much more than that.
This RPG has decent stealth going for it, but its weak story forces you into painfully mediocre combat too often to be worthwhile, wasting the potential of the World of Darkness universe.
Blue Fire's approach to 3D platforming makes parkour a blast both in its enticing challenge rooms and corrupted world.
The Last Campfire is a beautifully told tale whose fantastic blend of smart puzzles and eye-catching art direction help it burn bright.
Olija leaves a strong impression with its unique look and fantastic combat, but its over all too quick and gives little reason to return.
Brilliantly paced and palpably tense, The Medium is a psychological horror adventure that’s all thriller and no filler.
There's awesome combat and loads of replayability in this bone-afide retro rogue-lite.
A great modernized take on the NES Ninja Gaiden formula that starts simple and adds just the right amount of complexity to find its own unique identity in a crowded genre
Nuts is a relaxing puzzle adventure with an intriguing mystery inside its shell.
The switch from replayable roguelike to hand-crafted action RPG seems like a good move for this sequel.
Rich, rewarding, and highly replayable, Hitman 3 is one of the barcoded butcher's best appearances.