The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is a strange game; if the title didn’t clue you in. Taking a page from Her Story, this is a FMV-driven title where you have to solve a mystery, but this time you have a cast of characters to help you.
Monolith quietly launched on Steam after spending about four years in development. Combining shmup with rogue-like elements gives us a great combo that should only grow better from here.
Drifting Lands is an unusual attempt at combining two genres that have remained separate for long. Taking the persistence and gear of an ARPG and combining that with the fast-paced frenetic action of a Shmup. While it doesn’t hit the absolute highs of either genre, this is still a great treat for fans looking for something a little different.
Tokyo 42 tries to be a mix of old and new. A beautifully stylized world with old-school shooting taking place in a supposed peaceful future that is all about killing. However, not all elements work and creates a game that is gorgeous to look at, but can be frustrating to play.