The I’m on Observation Duty series is one of the most unique horror adventure titles available. In Notovia’s I’m on Observation Duty 6, players are tasked with being supernatural security guards for haunted places, watching over a bank of cameras and quickly reporting ghostly trouble before it can escalate.
An almost forgotten series without a new entry in over a decade comes roaring back with the release of Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon. With extremely challenging gameplay, it quickly becomes one of the most hardcore and action-packed mech combat battlers ever made.
Rocket League is a mainstay of eSports tournaments, but you don’t need to be a professional athlete to enjoy this amazing title’s vehicular soccer. The free to play Rocket League is developed and published by Psyonix, and it has new seasons, features and vehicles constantly being released.
Above Snakes takes a casual approach to survival and crafting titles, where players construct their own world piece by piece as they craft, hunt and explore in it at their own pace. There is even a sprinkling of horror to round things out.
Octopath Traveler 2 is the newest entry in the Octopath Traveler series. Developed by Square Enix and Acquire Corp, this RPG embraces the halcyon days of eight-bit gaming, when role-playing titles offered complex stories, smart characters and challenging tactical combat.
Dave the Diver is an RPG about a guy named Dave who splits his time between exploring the ocean’s depths and trying to run his seaside sushi restaurant and bar. Both the ocean exploration and restaurant management parts of Dave the Diver support each other and makes the whole title a true delight.
Jagged Alliance 3 does everything it possibly can to be just like the classic Jagged Alliance 2 and not the many lackluster non-mainline sequels that came before it. For the most part, it accomplishes that goal, bringing one of the best turn-based strategy titles ever created into the modern era.
Showgunners leans heavily into its turn-based combat core, offering players nearly constant tactical fighting in levels expertly crafted for that kind of gameplay. It’s set in a dystopian future where contestants fight against an army of convicts in a popular game show, and the losers don’t get any nice parting gifts.
Doomblade is an amazing Metroidvania with a uniquely good combat and control scheme that’s completely different from many similar titles. This is one slick shooter that is not to be missed for those who enjoy Metroidvanias.
Our reviewer enjoys party games that he can play in couch co-op with his friends and family, and he was delighted to find that Chickenoidz Super Party had launched for the Nintendo Switch and PC. Chickenoidz Super Party is a multiplayer top-down arena shooter for up to four players.