Life is Strange explores what it's like to be a teenage girl on the brink of escaping the clutches of high school, but with the ability to rewind time.
Whether you're a fan of its universe or a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) enthusiast, The Witcher Battle Arena is a highly addictive and spellbinding experience.
In the opening moments of turn-based strategy game Blackguards 2, you bear witness to a scene of a kitten being murdered and thrown out of a window. It’s deep with implication, unpleasant, entirely unfun, and a perfect metaphor for what you’re in for with the rest of this game.
Hero Pop is a match-three puzzler that breathes life into a well worn genre. Since it's a free-to-play app, the game's addictive balloon popping does have its limits, and depending on your tolerance, your matching activities may be short-lived.
The Marvellous Miss Take is a stealth game set in the world of art galleries, but one doesn't have to be a painting connoisseur to appreciate the title.
Guilty Gear Xrd does everything it can to bring in sheltered fighting fans like myself while also maintaining the complexity and strategy that made longtime fans swoon to begin with.
The Talos Principles manages to be both a great game and a contemplative piece of art, and the world is a richer place for it.
Marvel Contest of Champions is a good game for Marvel fanatics and those who want to see what iOS can do to check out.
Crusaders Quest is an RPG title that's on sensory overload. Steeped in nostalgia with its 8-bit pixel aesthetic, this adventure is a bit hard to take in upon the opening moments.
If you own a Wii U, you absolutely owe it to yourself to pick up Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker.