Resident Evil 3 falls into a strange place - being a widely wanted remake while also being a follow-up. Does it manage to set itself apart from Resident Evil 2 enough?
Darksiders Genesis is a new but familiar take on the series - but does it work out well?
Wreckfest is a decent racer with a heavy focus on some great destruction that unfortunately misses the mark in a few places.
JoyMasher seeks to recapture some of that old nostalgic magic of arcade shooters past with Blazing Chrome - but just how Metal is this Slug?
Itsuno and the team are finally allowed to make the Devil May Cry they've wanted to - how does it fare? Was it worth the wait?
17 years of wishing. After the massive success of the original Resident Evil Remake, does this new take on the classic RE2 hold the same weight?
Has the time spent in Steam's "Early Access" paid off for Motion Twin? Or is Dead Cells just another waste of everyone's time and money like so many before it?
Awful name pun aside, is the remaster of Red Faction Guerrilla really worth the time after 9 years?
Gravel isn't exactly unique - but does it do enough to make it actually worth looking into?
InnerSpace is a very simple game. In the vein of titles like Flower - but is its unique setting enough to differentiate it?