Citizen Sleeper blends wonderful art, narrative storytelling and meaningfully thematic gameplay in a way that is so confidently designed it’s hard not to be impressed.
Inspired by board games and boasting an incredibly chill style, Dorfromantik is an excellent entry in the puzzle strategy genre.
Nearly Five years after the initial announcement, Tunic is finally out. Was the wait worth it? Without a shadow of a doubt.
Sifu is every Martial Arts film you’ve ever watched, but now in playable form. Unfortunately actually playing Sifu isn’t quite as pleasant as that might sound.
Kena: The Bridge of Spirits is a beautiful debut indie title unfortunately frustrated by flat design decisions and storytelling.
Battlefield 2042 takes all the series components to date and slots them back together in new, bigger, different ways that won’t quite work for every fan of the series.
Unpacking combines artfully simplistic puzzle gameplay with a narrative so confidently delivered that it accomplishes in four hours what some games can’t do with dozens.
Wildermyth is the latest attempt to capture the spontaneity and creativity of tabletop RPGs in video game form. And thanks to a few mechanical tricks, it succeeds pretty well.
Sable is one of the most introspective, beautiful and captivatingly written games I’ve played all year.
Deathloop is a classic timeloop game, expertly refined through the lense of Arkane Lyon’s effortlessly cool writing and game design. A must play.