Call of Cthulhu: The Official Game once again tries to bring gamers into the lovecraftian world of elder gods, deep mysteries, and of course: going insane. The game tries to bridge the gap between action and adventure style gameplay, but the game just doesn’t do anything with the pieces it tries to develop.
Death’s Gambit is the latest in the attempt at taking the methodical gameplay of Dark Souls and put it in a 2D space. With gorgeous 16-bit art, the game pushes the Dark Souls design to its limits…and to its breaking point.
Little Nightmares is a game all about style: A disturbingly haunting style. Billed as part puzzle platformer and part horror game, the title unfortunately doesn’t seem to know how to make the gameplay as engaging as the aesthetics.
Nippon Ichi and its US branch NIS America have made a name for themselves in the SRPG market with the Disgaea franchise. Each game is a min/maxer’s dream — Allowing the truly dedicated to spend hundreds of hours building their team to achieve complete bad-ass-ery. Disgaea 5 marks the latest in the franchise to come to the PC and give a new set of fans the challenge of the endless grind. As with all of the games in the series, this is a game that you will only get out what you put into it.