Is there still room in the gaming market for titles that from the get-go scare players with nightmarish character face animations, poor optimization and very clunky gameplay? The Inquisitor attempts to pose this question, yet the answer remains ambiguous
With the release of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty in 2023, along with three DLCs introducing intriguing new features, the question arises: how does Team Ninja's latest venture measure up? Let's delve into that.
URBO, developed by Door 407—famed for their warmly received strategy game Diplomacy is Not an Option—offers a surprising shift in pace and style towards a serene, meditative gameplay experience.
SpellRogue emerges as a novel entry in the deckbuilder genre, infused with a roguelite twist, captivating players with its distinctive gameplay approach.
The Wandering Village offers a unique blend of city building, resource management, and the novel care of a giant, wandering creature named Onbu.
Airhead captivates players right from the start, offering no respite in its engaging journey. Developed by Octato and published by HandyGames, this metroidvania-style platformer transports us to a beautifully haunting world.
Deep Rock Galactic Survivor recently made its debut in Steam's Early Access program, so I would like to share my impressions of the gameplay on Steam Deck
Don’t Nod Studio has always been renowned for its strong, multi-threaded stories filled with choices, yet this time, there’s a significant leap in gameplay mechanics quality - Review of Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden