If game quality is represented by the depth of the ocean, then Moonglow Bay goes down deep, without quite touching the seafloor.
Maquette is a profound work of art that will enthrall any gamer looking for a mature, meditative experience.
Spiritfarer is an easy-breezy comfort blanket with gratifying gameplay loops, addictive micro-management, and tear-jerking character arcs.
Brilliantly designed and heartfelt, Urnique's Timelie is a treasure that should be played by anyone who enjoys the emotional power of art.
Tedious combat and a cumbersome narrative cannot derail this poignant celebration of human relationships.
Rote but engaging, Stela is a lovely experience bolstered by an incredible score.
Half-baked, boring, and incomprehensible Vasilis wastes a powerful premise and interesting visual-style. Do not play this game.
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Coffee Talk is as quaint as your local coffee shop. It’s relatively short, wonderfully sweet, and absolutely committed to the art form of telling a story...
Some games feel perfectly suited to their genres, as if they fulfill every ambition that their genre could promise. On paper, Yaga from the developer Breadcrumbs...