Surprisingly deep and fun to play, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid lacks contents to remain engaging in the long term.
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Turning to open-world without sacrifying its identity, Metro Exodus is a succesful odyssey by 4A Games.
Gorgeous to look at and very fun to play, Unruly Heroes is a pleasant surprise, especially good if you play it with friends.
A nice reharsal of the best "Tales of" chapter. Very nice if it the first time you play it, superfluous if you already played the original version.
An excellent game on the trails of Harvest Moon and Rune Factory, My Time at Portia is a charming and well developed experience.
Strong in personality, limited in scope, Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is an interesting tactical game which could be very tough if played with the highest difficulty settings.
Although an improvement over The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, this new game feels unoriginal and non particularly engaging.
Strong in atmosphere, weak in gameplay, Call of Cthulhu is a missed opportunity to build a great lovecraftian experience.
Strong in art style and founded on an interesting premise, Bad North is not deep enough to entertain for a long time.
An excellent bidimensional action game with exquisite artwork and very good control system. It could suck hours and hours of your time if you give it a chance (and you should).
Unoriginal and with dull gunplay, Earthfall should only be considered if you plan to play it online with your friends.
A somehow limited in scope, yet interesting videogame which would please players who liked Pikmin and Overlord.
A good improvement over the first Vermintide and overall a very engaging multiplayer experience.
An interesting turn-based MOBA which, at the moment is lacking in terms of the amount of heroes and arenas.
Don't let the silly artwork and plot confuse you: Pit People is a solid and engaging strategy game, made better by The Behemoth's signature madness.
Colorful and fun, Cat Quest is a simple action-RPG with a great heart. And lots of cats.
Old and new merge in Vaporum: the result is an engaging game able to satisfy basically everyone.
Hard, stylish and high in replayability. Too bad for the occasional slowdowns in an otherwise excellent shooter.
More contents, similar limitations, a weird art style and laggy netcode for a sequel best played in local multiplayer.
Nice rendition of a surprisingly complex game. It could become tedious soon: approach with caution.