The wait was long for CD Projekt Red's third entry in The Witcher series, but it was one that was surely worth it. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a massive and ambitious game, bursting at the seams with content. It's a remarkable adventure, though one marred ever so slightly by its fair share of flaws.
Although match-3 puzzlers can be simplified to a fault, Puzzle & Dragons adds a subtle amount of breadth to the genre.
Galactic Civilizations III neatly follows the path set by its predecessor, setting you up as the leader of a race of alien (or not-so alien) beings who are trying to thrive and survive in any way possible.
Schrodinger's Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark, tries to bring this old-guard genre up to date with some new gameplay elements and puzzle-solving, but the results are a bit more Bubsy than Mario.
In an anime where its main theme revolves around mankind's perpetual fear of an unstoppable force of nature, this Attack on Titan game makes slaying giants a repetitive, mundane task
I wanted to like Nero, I really did, but as the credits rolled all I could do was wish I could get my two hours back.
Project CARS doesn't suffer fools, and although the average race requires the need for speed, slowing things down to smell the roses, as well as develop your skills, is the only way you to stay on this all too difficult, yet ultimately satisfying, track.
Not a Hero is an appropriately arcade-like shooter that never takes itself too seriously, and that approach keeps the game fun and the funny. The longer the game goes on the more the charm starts to wear off however.
This cyberpunk, action-RPG, side-scroller is a proficiently pleasing adventure that does well to capture some of the best of new and old ideas and blends them into a balanced cocktail that will have you coming back for more.
Invisible, Inc. is Klei’s latest stealth offering and is arguably a much more difficult and demanding experience than anything Klei has made thus far.