Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is easily in the running for RPG Game of the Year. And now the deadly seas expand to include the Beast of Winter DLC, set on a mysterious expanding iceberg where death literally awaits high-level players.
The Far Cry 5: Lost on Mars DLC does a lot of cool things, like reducing gravity to support monster jumps, and introducing laser type weapons to help you thwart an alien invasion. Unfortunately, the gameplay doesn’t quite live up to its other set pieces.
Being trapped in dark water is a pretty common fear. Narcosis combines that with claustrophobia, arachnophobia and traditional monsters to create one heck of a scary, narrative type of horror game experience.
A perfect example of a crowd-funded success, Tempest 4000 pulls the best elements from Tempest 2000, Tempest X, Space Giraffe and the classic arcade game into a visually stunning new title that is sure to dazzle!
Following onto the first game, though not requiring it, This is the Police 2 lets you run a rural town’s police department using strategic decisions and the occasional tactical battle. Keep the peace however you see fit, either clean and squeaky or violent and corrupt – the choice is yours.
Designed purely as a party game, best enjoyed with a lot of people whacking each other in local play, Nidhogg II can be a blast in the right circumstances, but kind of a letdown if playing alone.
Shape of the World from developer Hollow Tree Games is a relaxing exploration game that delivers a hypnotically beautiful procedurally-generated world. A journey through a fantastical world, for the ultimate in relaxing gaming. It’s available now on a variety of platforms for gamers looking for a cool way to destress while having fun.
Unexplored: Unlocked Edition is a slam dunk if you’re hankering for another title in the Roguelike genre, even if it isn’t the most visually appealing game to play on the big screen. The gameplay though is smooth and fun, and enables nearly endless play.
More of an experience than just a game, The Mooseman draws heavily on tribal cultures and ancient wisdom to create a truly unique, and at times breathtaking, experience where videogames meet and embrace art.
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.