Tokyo is overrun by deadly supernatural forces in this unique and combat-heavy adventure game. Figure out why all the people disappeared. Dive into dark Japanese mythology. Pet wandering Shiba Inu dogs and more in this spooky adventure.
Our Modern Gamer may not be too good at platformers, but even she really enjoyed the beauty and gameplay found in Sephonie. If you have any interest at all in platforming games or puzzles, then don’t miss out on giving this charming indie game a go.
For fans of old school survival horror, like we used to get on the PlayStation 2, Tormented Souls is a blissful throwback to that time and genre, and exactly what we want in a modern take on classic survival horror.
Created by Oh, a Rock! Studios, the same studio that brought us the crazy Too Many Santas dating simulation, The Lost Oregon City Gold keeps that wackiness going with a puzzle-heavy adventure game that provides quite a heaping helping of family fun.
Set around the time of the 1889 Paris Expo, Curious Expedition 2 challenges players to explore a mysterious island looking for new species, hidden civilizations and treasure in this charming, rogue-like universe that you will want to visit again and again.
The Cyberpunk 2077 developers were able to redeem themselves after a disastrous launch by improving gameplay and stability for the game’s PC and next generation console versions. And now it seems Cyberpunk finally also runs well on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Time Loader is a puzzle adventure that follows a time-traveling robot as it goes back to 1995 in an attempt to fix the events of a certain day. Puzzles involve moving the robot through one of the messiest houses on the block while also dodging a very curious cat.
Created in conjunction with the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, the Never Alone: Arctic Collection offers much to like, from the sheer beauty of the game to the exploration of deep Inupiat culture. It also has a fantastic theme with a strong emphasis on generational wisdom.
We braved the radioactive and monster-filled wastes of the Chernobylite adventure game on the PC. And with success there, the game has been ported over to consoles, including next-generation ones. We pick up the action over there in this review.
Scrapnaut is a clever, cartoon-like survival and base building game set in a colorful steampunk world. And because of the variable difficulty levels, it can also be a combat sim too, or a more chill hunting and gathering type experience.