Embr takes the serious job of firefighting and turns it into a light-hearted, physics based puzzler. As a concept, Embr is pretty darn solid.
Deathloop is one of the finest games I have had the pleasure of playing this year. It's a masterpiece of interweaving mechanics and design.
Looks can be deceiving. Despite a bad first impression, Merek's Market manages to stick the landing and deliver a fun cooperative party game.
An interesting concept combined with a fair amount of ambition can't save Galaxy Squad from it's jank and numerous missteps.
Kitaria Fables is a lacklustre adventure that's not worth your time or money.
Raiden V Directors Cut does very little to improve upon the flawed core that is Raiden V. Heck, it actually does a decent job at making things worse.
Gloom and Doom makes a compelling argument for well written, compelling, and brief visual novels that had me hooked from the get-go.
Zengeon only barely manages to claw its way out of “broken mess” territory because I encountered no game-breaking bugs. Not worth your time.
Ikaruga is a legend amongst legends. You can't talk about Shmups without talking about Ikaruga at some point. But is it really all that?
Risk System falls into the same trap most Euroshmups fall into, making this a sluggish, tedious affair not worth your time.