The Control Ultimate Edition offers a seamless blend of deep storytelling with white hot third-person shooting action that is a marvel to behold. And now that Control has all of the expansions together in one package, players can enjoy the amazing gameplay without interruptions.
Willy Morgan receives a mysterious letter from his father who’s been missing for ten years. Now it’s up to you to help Willy find out what happened to him in this delightful puzzle adventure for kids and the young at heart.
Summer in Mara is one of the latest in the series of casual crafting and simulation games like Animal Crossing, Stardew Valley and Harvest Moon. It’s not a bad game, but doesn’t really do too much to break from the pack. Kind of like the real summer in 2020, its okay, but not nearly the best ever for most people.
Remaking a SpongeBob game from the PlayStation 2 era seemed like a good idea on paper. But perhaps SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle For Bikini Bottom Rehydrated reaches back too far. Unfortunately, it feels like a PS2 era game when gamers probably really want a brand new SpongeBob title.
Celebrate life and prepare for a dignified death and what lies beyond in the fantastic puzzle game Arrog. This indie game was a lot more than our reviewer was expecting, and will surprise you too.
There are games that never get old, and Burnout is one of them. It’s still packing a massive punch after all these years with it’s no-rules racing. Burnout Paradise: Remastered slams over to the Nintendo Switch, and brings with it tons of white-hot, fiery crashes.
The Last of Us Part II is a beautiful masterpiece that not only continues the story from the first game, but also offers one of the most compelling and narrative-driven stories of the entire PlayStation 4 era.
John Wick Hex takes the strategic chess-like dance of death that the Keanu Reeves character is known for and puts it front and center in an extreme tactical strategy game that is as much about time management and counting seconds as it is about raw destruction and murderous mayhem.
You play a father searching for a child lost deep in the woods in Someday You’ll Return, although there is a lot more going on beneath the surface. With light horror elements and an engaging story, this is a good game to get lost in for a while.
One of the most unique games to come out in a long time, The Longing challenges gamers to help a cute little shade wait a long time to resurrect his king. Thankfully, the game progresses even if you are away, or else you would share his lonely fate.