The core gameplay of Drifting Lands is addicting and highly satisfying, with surprisingly deep role-playing elements just below the surface of what at first appears to be a slick and dazzling shoot-em-up packed with heart-pounding action and explosions.
We absolutely loved this pixel-based throwback to 80’s crime dramas. Beat Cop is filled to the brim with absurd, borderline offensive, humor, a pretty cool storyline, and some sort of magic that makes mundane tasks like writing parking tickets a heck of a lot of fun.
As the name implies, Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is a top-down shooter using the license of the titular budget cult film, Reservoir Dogs. Only here, every heist goes bad, and it’s your job to get Mr. Pink, Brown, Blonde and the rest of the crew home safely.
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs is an expanded port of Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters from 2015. Like before, the game plays like a visual novel with extremely fun gameplay elements added to the campy yet confident, enjoyable mix.
The Adam Wolfe game is on a mission to redefine the hidden object genre by adding a great story, interesting animation, action sequences and an episodically delivered plot that will actually have you anxiously awaiting the next episode. For the most part, it succeeds.
Bad Dream: Coma crafts a disturbing and horrific narrative filled with an unsettling ambiance that should appeal to gamers looking for an adventuresome twist, so long as they can appreciate the horror elements.
The Sixteenth entry in the series, Tales of Berseria, breaks a lot of traditions to bring us a much darker story filled with murder, revenge and vengeance. Combined with a fine-tuned combat system, Berseria will appeal to Tales fans and RPG lovers of all stripes.
Delving deeply into the Batman story, while not being afraid to break canon, is Batman: The Telltale Series. The game has an enjoyable story, great characters, and a plethora of action-events suitable for the comic-book genre.
The gorgeous Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun is easily one of the best tactical stealth games currently available for the PC platform. And it uses a rare real-time interface instead of each side taking turns, yet still manages to be controllable and fun.
Demolish & Build 2017 challenges players to do one thing: destroy everything in sight. Forget the build part of this one, the main focus is realistically destroying a variety of buildings in a surprisingly laid-back, highly destructive simulation.