Lies of P review | A Soulslike with no strings attached
Soulslike action RPG Lies of P doesn't quite step out from Bloodborne's shadow, but it's still a slick and stylish experience. Our review:
Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon review | Mech-ing Gundam dreams a reality
FromSoftware revives a cult mech action series with Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon - and the results are explosive. Our review:
Baldur’s Gate 3 review | The ultimate D&D simulator?
Is ambitious sequel Baldur's Gate 3 the Rolls Royce of RPGs? As the PlayStation 5 version emerges, here's Alan Wen's review.
Taito Milestones 2 review | A welcome mix of coin-op classics and obscurities
The NewZealand Story and Metal Black are among the highlights in Taito Milestones 2, an eclectic collection of arcade titles from yesteryear. Our review:
Mediterranea Inferno review | A steamy, thought-provoking visual novel
Steamy visual novel Mediterranea Inferno tackles the problems of the Z generation in search of a direction in life - all while stretched out on the beach. Here’s our review:
Goodbye Volcano High review | Teenage angst with dinosaurs
Set in the shadow of an impending apocalypse, Goodbye Volcano High is an emotional teen drama full of beautiful animation and superb performances. Here’s our review:
Sea of Stars review | A timeless Chrono Trigger-inspired RPG
Retro-inspired RPG Sea of Stars is a modern Chrono Trigger that shines in its own starlight. Here’s our review.
Tiny Thor review | As hard as a Norse god’s hammer
Tiny Thor is a puzzle-platformer with a neat hammer-throwing mechanic, lovely graphics, and some strikingly tough challenges. Here’s our review.