This complex, exploration-focused title will more often than not evoke dread, but maybe that’s the point?
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Does this grainy, abstract adventure title offer something different from its point-and-click brethren, or does it embrace dusty old traditions?
Looking for a blend of real-time tactics, time manipulation, and walls of text? Tower of Time might be the game for you.
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You’ll have fun plumbing the depths with this squad-based strategy title, until you realize the variety is a bit shallow.
Catharsis is being able to play a faithful follow-up to a game released sixteen years ago. But is Bug Fables better than the RPGs that precede it…?
MazM: Jekyll and Hyde is an interesting story that suffers from the predictability brought about by its fame, as well as from being light on actual gameplay.
A grungier space-faring adventure makes its way to the Switch, but is it a roguelike in a revolutionary strategy shooter’s clothing?
In this review, we cover Ciel Fledge – a unique RPG about raising an adopted daughter in a future world that still has hope.
Though its presentation might not blow your socks off, there’s something simple and charming about this old-school, first-person RPG.
Does this paradoxical, naive-yet-suggestive Metroidvania stick the landing as a potential best indie of early 2020?
Is Operencia the shining standard for first-person dungeon crawlers, or will some of its design choices leave you in the dark?