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Some puzzles aren't worth solving
October 3, 2017 - 1993's Myst was a hugely successful adventure puzzler that helped redefine the genre. Now its developer Cyan Inc. is back with a spiritual successor but does Obduction live up to expectations?
Read more: Obduction Review
Manage your own RPG shop
October 1, 2017 - RPGs have featured countless shops over the years but few games showcase what it's like to actually run one. From menial tasks to managerial decisions, Shoppe Keep will keep you busy optimizing your little store so let's make some precious gold.
Read more: Shoppe Keep Review
Meet the Dreamkeeper
September 28, 2017 - After a successful Kickstarter campaign and episodic release on PC, the complete version of Pankapu is now on consoles.
Read more: Pankapu Review
Looks pretty, plays poorly
September 27, 2017 - Although mostly known for their Atelier series, Gust occasionally tries something new. Blue Reflection is a simple story-driven experience but is it one worth playing?
Read more: Blue Reflection Review
An underrated shmup gem returns
September 27, 2017 - Although Eighting's classic 1996 shoot 'em up didn't receive much exposure in the west, we can finally enjoy it on console. Battle Garegga may be a 2 decade old shmup but it's a heck of a lot of fun so let's start shooting!
Read more: Battle Garegga Rev.2016 Review
Legendary Defender: The Game
September 26, 2017 - Although it's had many reboots and spin-offs over the decades, Voltron is back and now has an interactive VR game. Join Lance and gang in an action-packed tale that may not last long but it's still fun.
Read more: DreamWorks Voltron VR Chronicles Review
A fresh coat of paint
September 26, 2017 - Thanks to this wonderful 2D platformer, watching paint dry has never been so much fun.
Read more: Splasher Review
Lost in space
September 26, 2017 - Slay alien robots in QubicGames' planet-hopping shooter.
Read more: Robonauts Review
Explore an alien planet
September 25, 2017 - First-person exploration games have to do a lot to break out of the typical boring walking sim formula. The Solus Project features a large and diverse planet for you to explore so check your oxygen levels and get ready to land.
Read more: The Solus Project Review
Fast moves for plastic dudes
September 24, 2017 - As a game adaptation of the third mainstream Lego film, you'd expect Traveller's Tales to offer a refined adventure. Thankfully, this action-packed movie tie-in is a delightful experience so grab your katana and let's save Ninjago!
Read more: The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game Review