Party Hard 2 has a unique concept regarding a funny serial killer who likes to go around and murder everyone attending cool parties. Too bad the game is executed just as poorly as some of the main character’s kills.
The Low Road is a clever point and click adventure game set in the 1970s. The hero wants to be a James Bond type secret agent, but ends up working in corporate espionage for an evil car company. It’s quirky, cool and a fun experience.
Neal Sayatovich has been playing the Dynasty Warriors franchise since he was a little kid. Now he tracks the development of Fire Emblem Warriors as well as reviews the core game, plus all the DLCs, on the Nintendo Switch.
Combining elements of DOTA-style, real-time arena combat with the deep strategic thinking of an advanced computer card game, Artifact is one of the most unique, challenging and fun CCGs to come out in a very long time.
Escape Doodland is designed to mimic the drawings of a middle school age kid as you race through the game’s platforming mechanic. While the setting is sophomoric, the difficult gameplay is probably more college-like.
Based off a Swedish role-playing game, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden combines darkly comical characters including a mutant pig and a duck, with turn-based tactical combat and exploration. It’s a little rough, but still a gem.
Lucid Dream follows a depressed little wheelchair-bound girl as she struggles to escape her dreary world though a series of colorful dreams. But this classic take on point and click adventures may not be everyone’s cup of tea.
Those of you obsessed with Spyro back in 1998 are going to love the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, which takes our beloved dragon on beautiful adventures. Featuring the voice of “Sponge Bob Squarepants” Tom Kenny, everything about this pack of games is pure quality.
A perennial favorite in Japan, the Dragon Quest RPG has never been hugely popular in the west. That should change with Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, a title that is as good, and equally beautiful, as any turn-based RPG that you will find.
Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! harkens back to the good old days of Pokémon Yellow. It has all of that same, classic gameplay, but with a modern take on the plot and story. And when combined with a Pokéball, it enhances the gameplay even more.