Mini-Mech Mayhem brings simultaneous-turn strategy gaming to PlayStation VR, but it's lacking in charisma and most of its depth is based on chance.
Cooking Simulator is at its best as a chaotic piece of messy comedy gaming, but the fun doesn't last outside of short, sharp, bursts of play.
Warhammer: Chaosbane tries to bring the Diablo formula to the Old World, but a fresh coat of paint can't cover the problems with the game.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II gets the PS4 remaster treatment, maintaining its well-crafted JRPG fare with an interesting story.
Volcanicc's Hellmut: The Badass from Hell is an enthralling 2D dungeon crawler with frenetic combat and bloody violence in equal measure.
Dungeon of the Dragon Knight captures the essence of old school dungeon crawlers. But other than updated graphics, it adds little new to the genre.
Devolver's new Metroidvania-lite game Gato Roboto is an entertaining monochromatic Metroid homage, but isn't particularly memorable or deep.
Justin Roiland presents Trover Saves The Universe, a magnificently debased and hilarious action-adventure game that's even better in VR.
Dollhouse begins with an interesting film noir concept inside the psyche, but the game suffers from repetitive gameplay and clunky controls.
Curve Digital's new Nintendo Switch game American Fugitive calls back to the original GTA series, with a healthy dose of B&E and country carnage.
Layers of Fear 2's cryptic story is filled with film references and well-earned scares, making it the perfect digestible game for any horror buff.
Creative Assembly's Total War: Three Kingdoms is easily one of the best installments in the franchise, but with some unfortunate drawbacks.
Warlock's Tower is a fun little throwback puzzler that slowly and intelligently builds in difficulty and scope across its 100 plus levels.
Team Sonic Racing's an excellent blend of arcade and kart racing, and its stellar tracks are unmatched. This makes it sadder that no one's playing it.