Based on a fan-made homage to DOOM, Jupiter Hell is a turn-based strategy game that actually plays almost as fast as a shooter, assuming you want to approach the game that way. You will be outnumbered, outgunned and surrounded. So you have the demons right where you want them.
The Dark Side of the Moon is an interactive FMV adventure and mystery that begins as one man searching for his lost children and evolves into an epic sci-fi thriller where the fate of his family hangs in the balance.
Dripping with atmosphere that is both spooky and campy, Rogue Lords could be a perfect way to kick off the Halloween season. Unfortunately, the game is brutally difficult, which kind of takes away much of the potential fun for most players.
A dachshund with a wheelchair. A deadly pet alligator. A backpack that fires rockets. Giancarlo Esposito. One person taking down a dictatorial regime on a tropical island. Anywhere else, this group would seem strange, but not in Far Cry. Welcome to Far Cry 6.
With one of the most beautifully rendered cyberpunk megacities ever created for a game, you will be amazed just walking around within The Ascent’s sprawling arcology. There are not too many role-playing or story elements, but the combat is smooth and satisfying.
Tales of Arise is an epic action RPG adventure that starts as a standard fight the oppressors type of story and evolves into something much bigger as you play. It also has some of the most gorgeous visuals you will ever see.
King’s Bounty II is the direct sequel to the 1990 title of the same name. Ignoring the many versions of the game that came in-between, King’s Bounty II tries to reboot the franchise as a role-playing and tactical combat hybrid, though it struggles mightily to accomplish that feat.
Kimo Kang has never had a girlfriend despite being almost 30 years old. Guide this lovable loser through a challenging and sometimes painful blind date in this delightful FMV game from Korean developer Indicava Interactive.
The Vampire The Masquerade: Out for Blood text-based adventure does what none of the other interactive novels of this type have attempted, setting a game in the World of Darkness but making the main character a pure human for most or all of the story. It’s a surprisingly refreshing change.
When developer Owlcat Games came out with their Kingmaker RPG based on the Pathfinder rules, it was quite an epic experience. But even Kingmaker looks kind of small alongside Wrath of the Righteous, one of the most epic RPGs ever created. Clear your calendar before playing this one.