The Company Man Review: An Honest Day’s Work

The Company Man touches on some poignant workplace culture themes. It’s just a shame that the gameplay is mostly middling.

Demon Throttle Review: Truly Old School Shoot ‘Em Up Madness

Demon Throttle is like a trip back to the ‘80s and feels like something you would’ve played on the NES. And damn, is it ever awesome.

Hell Pages Review: See You in Bullet Hell

Hell Pages isn’t going to win any awards or achieve GOTY status, but it is going to provide you with a couple hours of entertainment.

Arsonist Heaven Review: Falls Way Short of Heavenly

Arsonist Heaven falls short of achieving anything that could be described as entertaining.

Firegirl: Hack ‘n Splash Rescue DX Review — Addictive Arcade Firefighting

You’re likely to have a good time with Firegirl: Hack ‘n Splash Rescue DX. It takes a little while to get going, but when it fires on all cylinders, it’s an addictive, oddly mesmerizing arcade action game.

Fall Guys Switch Review: Still Fun, but a Little Late to the Party

Fall Guys on Nintendo Switch is pretty fun, though if you weren’t a fan before, there’s not much here to pull you in.

Mario Strikers: Battle League Review — Chaotic Fun

Mario Strikers: Battle League is everything you’d want from a new Mario soccer game despite a few issues.

TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge Review: Half Shell Hero Excellence

Shredder’s Revenge is the new Ninja Turtles game we’ve all been waiting for.

Evil Dead: The Game Review: A Gory, Groovy Ride with El Jefe

Evil Dead: The Game had some big shoes (and a pair of brown pants and a blue button-up) to fill. And you know what? The game totally knocks it out of the park. The “it” here being a demonic Deadite head, of course.

Source of Madness Review: An Intriguing Roguelite That Lacks Polish

Though Source of Madness is definitely flawed and lacks the polish that roguelites need to succeed, there’s still plenty here that might make it interesting enough for fans of the genre.

Inukari: Chase of Deception Review: Almost There, but Not Quite

Inukari: Chase of Deception is a mixed bag that’s probably worth checking out if you love 2D platformers, and if you catch it on sale.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Review: Hits Different in the Best Ways

Kirby and the Forgotten Land turns the franchise on its head by opening up its levels and allowing players to roam 3D environments — and it’s rad as heck

Weird West Review: An Exciting Take on the Dark Side of the Wild West

Weird West from WolfEye Studios is filled with intriguing concepts and themes, and it capitalizes on those themes by delivering a genuinely interesting gameplay experience.

Elden Ring Is a Masterful RPG That Sinks Its Hooks Deep

Elden Ring is a special game. It’s a once-in-a-generation experience that will captivate you.

Infernax Review: A Polished, Captivating 2D Action-Adventure

Infernax is an awesome and captivating 2D action-adventure game that will sink its hooks into you.

Swords and Bones Review: A Fine Action-Platformer Tribute

Swords & Bones pays tributes to iconic titles like Zelda II and Ghosts ‘n Goblins, and though it certainly doesn’t over-deliver, it still manages to satisfy with its enjoyable gameplay design.

Queeny Army Review: Retro, but Not in the Best Ways

Queeny Army has an okay start, but it doesn’t exactly offer a long-lasting high-quality gameplay experience, and it wears out its welcome pretty quickly.

Timelie Review: A Clever and Relaxed Puzzler

Timelie from Urnique Studio takes you on a challenging and rewarding ride without ever punishing you.

The Gunk Review: A Fun Little Throwback That Slips Up a Bit

While The Gunk is far from perfect and struggles to remain interesting 100 percent of the time, it’s still a solid ride that should be well worth it for quite a few folks.

Loop Hero Switch Review: A Top-Notch Time Sink

Loop Hero is as addictive as it is well-designed, and it’s a perfect fit on Nintendo Switch.