Infinity Strash: DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai relives iconic moments and battles from the anime, but it's too light on actual gameplay.
Paleo Pines puts a fun dinosaur spin on the cozy genre and offers some truly unique gameplay, but sparseness in other areas dampens the experience.
The beautiful world, sharp writing, and creative crafting of Mineko's Night Market make it easier to overlook its handful of bugs and shortcomings.
Horizon Chase 2 has the feel of a 90s arcade racing game, but with smooth updated graphics and online multiplayer options to bring it up to date.
Payday 3 offers a new story & more refined gameplay, but struggles to deliver the former or create a smooth onboarding process for new players.
Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty's unpredictable spy-thriller story is full of jaw-dropping moments, and it's got the gameplay to match.
Moonstone Island is an adorably addictive game that blends the creature collecting, deck-building, and cozy farming sim genres together.
Broken Edge is a one-of-a-kind sword-dueling fighter which now has a home on the PSVR2, though it's arguably limited in its singleplayer offerings.
Wandering Sword is a visually stunning RPG filled with charm, but overly complex RPG mechanics occasionally makes gameplay feel confused & unbalanced.
NBA 2K24 has many amazing things going for it and is an immersive and addictive experience, but an overabundance of microtransactions is distracting.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet's The Teal Mask DLC is a quick but enjoyable trip to Kitakami that is sometimes hindered by its performance issues.
Mortal Kombat 1 reboots the series for the second time in 30 years, and while the fighting is good it's clear everyone is unsure how to move forward.
Hercule Poirot's newest outing features some charms, but it struggles to maintain a consistent standard of quality across all aspects of the game.
Gunbrella is a visually stunning & charming game with great gunplay & solid platforming, but it struggles to focus & falls short of its potential.
Lies of P is an exceptional dissection of the soulslike genre, bolstered by its strong setting and endearing cast, including its puppet protagonist.
AK-xolotl presents a cute run'n'gun roguelite concept, but an overall simplicity and lack of post-credits gameplay leaves it ultimately underexplored.
MythForce boasts some challenging first-person roguelite fundamentals and 80s animated charm, but more gameplay diversity would round it out.
[I] Doesn’t Exist is a brief but impactful experience that uses unique mechanics & smart writing to tell a complex & emotional story.
The Isle Tide Hotel is an interactive FMV mystery game that presents some interesting ideas with a talented cast, but it could use more depth.
Persona-inspired action-adventure Eternights wows with its confident concept, but some rote combat and romance mechanics bring it back down to earth.