Shadow of Mordor delivers the goods with technically beautiful landscapes, silky smooth framerates, and gameplay features that are truly revolutionary.
AR-K is the latest point-and-click adventure game to ride both the genre’s resurgence and the episodic wave and does a serviceable job at both.
Dangan Ronpa 2 manages to not only surpass the first, but provide yet another unique and captivating story about high school murder.
Scale a living castle, test your wits against a djinn, and punch goblins in the face. Shadowgate is back and ready to kill you.
Quest for Infamy tries its hardest to me a funny version of Quest for Glory and fails spectacularly
If you miss dank and cavernous dens lit only by CRT monitors and enhanced by the smell of greasy food, then Obludia is definitely a game to watch out for.
Back to Bed isn’t going to change the gaming landscape, but it has plenty of fun, Escher-inspired geometry puzzles guaranteed to entertain.
Some may be put off by the idea of purchasing a mod, but anyone who takes the plunge will be surprised by just how well Aperture Tag plays out.
Lovely Planet is like if Katamari Damacy was a first person shooter that hated you and kicked your ass all the time. And that’s a wonderful thing.
If you have a co-op partner who enjoyed Trine or Portal 2, Space Farmers may be worth a look. For everyone else, there are plenty of cows out to pasture.