FUTUREGRIND isn't exactly original - but is it a good addition to the highspeed stunt platforming genre?
I absolutely loved Spearhead Games' previous title, Stories - does Omensight manage to live up to that?
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?
There are many games that could be considered "walking simulators" and "survival" games - The Solus Project attempts to merge the two genres - does it succeed?
The Surge is a game that wears its influences on its sleeve - does it do enough different to set itself apart from the series it so heavily resembles?
Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is a fun game, marred by myriad technical issues and a bland, clichéd narrative.
Rain World is certainly a bit of a unique take on the 2D platformer - but does it succeed in its endeavors, and is it worth braving the brutal, bone-crushing rains to experience?
DiRT Rally is a pretty stark departure from the previous DiRT titles - was Codemasters' gambit worth it?