The PlayStation 4 exclusive Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a blissful remake of three classics, Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back, and Warped. That means that all the joys and flaws of those games are back too, in a much more beautiful package.
The Last Stitch Goodnight is an interesting, Metroidvania-like game that has players exploring a creepy and dangerous 2D environment filled with monsters and mayhem, where things are not exactly what they seem.
ARMS is one of the most whimsical boxing games ever created, but don’t think that doesn’t mean that there is a deep interface hidden below the comical surface. Playable with controllers or motion capture, ARMS packs a solid punch on the Switch.
While not exactly a bastion of accurate physics, Flatout 4: Total Insanity makes up for it with crazy racing, spectacular crashes and a type of rush-inducing vehicular combat that you can’t really find on most tracks.
Telltale Games once again dives headlong into The Walking Dead universe with the third series of games in the franchise: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. Here’s how the new series goes down.
The Blissful Sleep DLC for Beholder lets us see behind the scenes of our favorite totalitarian apartment building, fleshing out the backstories of the residents we will eventually imprison, blackmail, or perhaps even ally with in this interesting, shadowy world.
Having piloted along with every step of Everspace development, we finally get to see the finished, open-universe space exploration game. It’s a rough and tumble world that pulls no punches. So, is Everspace finally ready to warp gamers into new adventures?
Those who fondly remember Housemarque’s classic shooter Resogun will also fall in love with the neon-drenched, twin-stick arcade action of Nex Machina. It’s got incredible style coupled with precise and smooth gameplay.
Travel to a land plagued by a mysterious dark energy as you combat dangerous foes and take on a myriad of story driven quests in Black Desert Online, one of the best new MMOs to come out in a long time. The graphics are beautiful, the quests are rewarding, and the community is a lot of fun to hang out with.
Cooking Witch finds you playing the bad guy role, as you need to use children as ingredients for your potions. This of course upsets the local peasantry, who will call out the militia to hunt you down. As a budget title, Cooking Witch is a fun diversion.