Smart and commendably weird, InXile's homage to Planescape Torment doesn't exceed its inspiration but certainly does it proud.
A welcome opportunity to return to one of the all-time greats, even if the remaster doesn't hit the same heights as the adventure.
An impactful exploration of mental health that presents a very different kind of horror.
Oxenfree isn't a horror game with a message, but it's still got lots to say.
Armikrog fails as an adventure, a story, a Neverhood successor, and on any other level you might have hoped for.
An essential sandbox for anyone with an interest in space, rocketry, or explosions.
War for the Overworld isn't Dungeon Keeper 3 but, buggy as it can be, it sometimes gets close.
Pillars of Eternity is the Baldur's Gate 3 we never got, returning to the Infinity Engine style of role-playing with flair.
Definitely be careful of rose-tinted memories. The puzzles and its early peak can't be ignored, but nor can everything it does right.
BioWare's vast RPG makes up for a slight lack of focus with a deeply generous spirit.
It's an old-school RPG from a simpler era, but the charm endures regardless.
An old school Ultima-style RPG with all the modern trimmings.