Between Invector and Sayonara Wild Hearts, 2019 has been a great year for rhythm action games.
Great campaign, decent multiplayer, crap co-op.
Full of wit, great gameplay and memorable moments, SuperEpic is simply one of 2019's best indie games.
Darksiders: Genesis manages to be every bit as significant to the franchise as the mainline games.
Phoenix Point offers a different approach to XCOM, though it isn't without a raft of issues.
It really, really isn't for everyone.
The performance issues may hamper the immersion and fun in a world with a structure that only has so much to offer.
Terminator: Resistance doesn't do much new, and it doesn't do much well, either. And yet...
The lack of variety and a failure to really stand out among the stiff competition hamstrings Black Future ‘88.
We don't want to be hackneyed and say the force is strong with this one, but...