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Angelo and Deemon: One Hell of a Quest Review

A humorous and beautifully drawn point-and-click adventure, Angelo and Deemon: One Hell of a Quest is fun to play, but unfortunately falls flat story-wise.

Greedfall Review

Stellar storytelling and an immersive world design makes Greedfall fun to play, but disappointing character customization, poor graphics, and bad animation prevent the title from truly shining.

Unlucky Seven Early Access Review

Being in Early Access could save the game if things go well, but extensive work is needed to take the nugget of a good story and pull it into a game people can enjoy.

Re:Legend Early Access Review

If Magnus Games Studio can iron out all of the current issues, then the full release definitely has the potential to be an impressive RPG and is worth keeping an eye out for. 

RAD Review

A highly customizable rogue-lite with a charming aesthetic flair, RAD lives up to its name.

DARQ Review

Charming and twisted, DARQ is a fantastic and immersive experience that doesn’t overstay its welcome. 

Monster Jam Steel Titans Review

With strengths in vehicle handling, Monster Jam Steel Titans is a very fun title to play, but ultimately lacks longevity and replayability. 

Quench Review

Use your resources to help guide herds across perilous lands. If you enjoy puzzle games that will challenge you with unique and visually appealing levels, you might want to consider getting this story-driven puzzle game when it goes on sale.

Metal Wolf Chaos XD Review

Despite its brutal third act, Metal Wolf Chaos XD is big, loud, and silly in all the best ways.

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Trover Saves the Universe Review

Although gameplay for non-VR players feels like an afterthought, Trover Saves the Universe is an off-the-cuff experience with hilarious writing that ends far too soon.

Remnant: From the Ashes Review

Leaping, looting, lacerating, and laughing, Remnant: From The Ashes explodes with character, violence, and a down-right great time in co-op. The procedural generation of the missions presents players with surprises and challenges each time they boot up the title. With its roots in Dark Souls-like gameplay, this is sure to be a powerful title to land in 2019.

Age of Wonders: Planetfall Review

Despite issues with AI and a level of complexity that will likely frustrate new players, Age of Wonders: Planetfall is a well-rounded experience with stunning visuals and extensive replay value. 

Misadventures of Laura Silver: Chapter I Review

The first installment of what looks to be an interesting series, Misadventures of Laura Silver: Chapter 1 brings polish and interactivity to the visual novel genre.

Swords & Souls: Neverseen Review

This RPG's unique leveling mechanic, along with activities for when you're not in the mood to battle, will be sure to provide something to occupy your time and pique your interest.

Tech Corp. Early Access Review

Despite being grindy at times, Tech Corp. manages to be an addictive experience if you can ignore all the bugs.

Dark Devotion Review

While it might not have extremely in-depth management as much as most would like from an RPG, it has enough style and presentation to make it a worthwhile adventure for those looking for a unique take on Dark Fantasy video games.

Chook & Sosig: Walk the Plank Review

Chook and Sosig: Walk the Plank is a charming point-and-click adventure title that offers fun for all ages. Despite a few errors in execution, the humor, premise, and choice of endings offers something for everyone to enjoy.

Steel Division 2 Review

Eugen Systems’s Steel Division 2 is an incredibly detailed and immersive RTS game, but its lacking content and virtually non-existent accessibility makes this a hard sell for anyone outside of Eugen’s fanbase.

Godhood Early Access Review

Godhood isn’t perfect — the complete lack of interactive combat is quite annoying, but the strategy and planning elements are superb.

Sea of Solitude Review

A title that aims high, but is severely undermined by clunky controls, painful camera movements, and  confusing, cartoonishly over-the-top story elements.

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