Dead Cells is flat out difficult, but it’s the good kind of difficult. It punishes poor play, rewards skill, and most importantly, never makes you feel as though you’re stuck. This all makes for a highly enjoyable experience where you wont mind dying again and again.
Packed with stunning visuals, an engaging murder mystery, interesting characters that are a cross between humans and animals, deep combat and a world shared with Stories: The Path of Destinies, there is a lot to love about Omensight’s unique gameplay and story.
On the surface Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom seems like a whimsical fairytale, full of anthropomorphic animals, genial sky pirates and a young king coming of age. But just below that surface is a much deeper game and story that is not to be missed.
When it launched 10 years ago, Burnout Paradise was a revelation in racing games, where spectacular, slow-motion crashing was even more enjoyable than the racing part of the sim. Burnout Paradise Remastered offers a better visual punch, without changing nearly anything else.
Mulaka is a solid, fun entry into the action-adventure genre. But the greatest and most enduring feature that Mexico-based developer Lienzo treats its players to is a well-researched and deep cultural history of the Tarahumara region, history and peoples.
For a game with a tiny price, Sky Force Reloaded has a lot to offer. From its colorful and detailed graphics to its challenging gameplay, responsive controls and a heavy dose of nostalgia, everything about this game screams quality.
SpinTires: Mudrunner is a different kind of mudbogging thrill. Tasked with driving 20-ton behemoths down muddy paths that are barely considered roads, you may only be driving a few miles an hour, but its every bit as exciting as any racer.
The latest hunting simulation, theHunter: Call of the Wild provides one of the most beautiful outdoor atmospheres ever rendered for a game, combined with realistic animal intelligence. Like in real life, it’s extremely difficult, but also rewarding for virtual hunters.
Faced with an onslaught of daemon-like oni, mid-industrial period Japan is calling out for the help of time-traveling monster slayers in the surprisingly deep action RPG, Toukiden 2. Do you have what it takes rid the world of giant, towering daemons as big as buildings?
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?