Neva was my standout game of the PlayStation showcase, and seems like a game destined to make us feel, and think, very deeply.
Gollum is filled with beautifully designed characters straight from the pages of Tolkien, and the concept art is a joy to behold
This Lynchian horror game shines in its writing, but flounders with gameplay
The chances of anything coming from Mars were apparently pretty high.
Siren has a fantastic idea, but I hope it manages to get them over the line
A bittersweet love letter to traditional journalism
Cabernet asks you what you’re willing to do to indulge your vices
Just because a game is flying under the radar doesn't mean it doesn't deserve attention.
This indie sleuthing gem is 20 percent off right now, and even cheaper if you buy it with its new DLC
This legally distinct mouse has borrowed Mickey’s gloves and is using them to shoot his way out of a ‘30s animated movie
Big studios are increasingly using AI to cut corners, but indie developers are still putting in the work to create intentional games.
There are a lot of amazing games launching this summer, but Remnant 2 is worth your time too.
If you're a fan of single-player survival games like Subnautica, you can get Breathedge for free this week.
There are more interesting games you can make with a bodycam perspective than Unrecord
A win for modders is a win for players
Heterotopias is a zine from Gareth Damian Martin discussing video game spaces and architecture, collecting essays from the best critics and writers