Would you save the world if it meant sacrificing the one you love? That’s the choice put to you, Arnice, in Gust’s new RPG: Nights of Azure
Epistory is a game with real spirit and character. The narrator’s voice draws you in, and the plight of the girl and her fox keep you engrossed.
Blues and Bullets Ep 2 does a great job of keeping the existing narrative flowing, while also letting us in on the history of the characters we’re following.
One of the issues in recommending Atari Vault is that it adds nothing new to the classic game collection genre apart from now being available on Steam.
One word could sum up the thought process behind Dark Souls III, complacency. It feels like the writers know they have a core following who’ll buy this regardless so don’t need to worry about making any dramatic changes.
Witch Beam have managed to craft a twin-stick shooter that is accessible, yet provides enough depth and challenge for more advanced players.
Paper Trains: Traffic will either provide you with hours of multi-tasking fun or will frustrate you to the point that you never want to step foot on a train again.
RYB is an interesting colour based puzzle game that fails to explain itself.
Overenthusiastic obsession with the female form coupled with technical problems that have marred previous releases of Senran Kagura.
Earth Defense Force 4.1 is a fun, goofy game with tons to do and some really absurd and memorable moments.