Thrones of Britannia is a weird example of a game that is both very good in its own right but hard to recommend in the context of the franchise.
There’s a huge amount of depth in the story of Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. Plus, you are essentially Pirates. Who doesn’t love being a pirate?
PixelJunk Monsters 2 is every bit as charming as the first, but with much improved graphics. However, it also comes with a much higher price point.
A guilty pleasure for all the wrong reasons, The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 is tame when it needed to be daring. If your not already a fan, or if you’ve played the first Witch and the Hundred Knight, then you might want to look elsewhere.
I could rant about Northgard pretty much all day and maybe someday I will. But suffice to say it’s a pretty outstanding RTS with some smart and unique ideas.
Terroir may just be the finest bottle of plonk you’ll get for £10. A wonderful combination of simplistic art and melancholic soundtrack will have you tending to your vines for many, many years.
Pure Farming 2018 does a few things well. But it falls short in so many areas compared to the competition. Dull gameplay to match dull graphics result in a game that you should probably give a miss.
Maize isn’t just good it’s a-maize-ing, packing plenty of humour into an incredibly paced game. Even if it is a little on the short side.
Train Sim World: Founders Edition on Xbox One certainly gets off the a smoother start that CSX Heavy Haul did on PC. But it is not entirely without fault.
In Anime Fighting games, there’s a correlation between bizarre names, and good gameplay. The more bizarre the name, the better the game. Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] does not buck this trend.