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Here in Reviews, we play games so you don't have to! No, that's stupid. What we will do, however, is provide in-depth looks at and opinions on a variety of new releases, from triple-A titles to the many unique Nindies. Our reviewers will break down the pros and cons; the rest is up to you.

‘0°N 0°W’: Familiar Places in Different Spaces

A look at and talking about Colorfiction's other-worldly A/V art adventure title, "0°N 0°W"

‘The Final Station’ Review: A Trip Through Mediocrity

The Final Station tries to do many things, but fails to deliver on any of them. It has some interesting ideas, but explores no deeper than the surface. It's a perfectly serviceable game, but you're better off looking elsewhere for a fresh and exciting experience.

‘The Majesty of Colors’: Unlike the Water, This Game Isn’t Deep

'The Majesty of Colors' is an interesting, albeit, short game.

‘Aegis Defenders’ Review: A Gorgeously Frantic Love Letter

Aegis Defenders is a passion project in every sense of the phrase, and it shows. From its fleshed-out world and characters, to the gorgeous soundtrack, and frantically fun gameplay, it makes for a wholly unique experience. While each individual aspect is great on its own, Aegis Defenders truly is a game that's greater than the sum of its parts.

‘Mulaka’ – A Gift from the Demigods

There's been a lot of anticipation, an aggrandizing lure that has followed Mulaka since it was first seen last year. Lienzo, relatively new on the scene, have certainly made a formidable entrance

‘A Case of Distrust’ Review: A Hard Case To Follow

An otherwise visually stunning game has a fatal flaw.

‘Kingdom Come: Deliverance’: A Kingmaker with Some Serious Issues

Likely the most talked about aspect of Kingdom Come has been its combat. This is where your enjoyment of the game will live or die, and people seem to either hate it or accept it.

‘Owlboy’ – Don’t Pass up the Opportunity to Experience Such a Work of Staggering...

Owlboy is one of the best games in years – consistently charming and surprising, with an ending open to interpretation that will have fans theorizing long after the credits roll.

‘Shadow of the Colossus’ Review: Time Flies Over Us, but Leaves Its Shadow Behind

This version of Shadow is still one of the medium’s most singular experiences revamped and revitalized for 2018.

Returning to the ‘Crypt of the Necrodancer’ on the Nintendo Switch

As a roguelike, Necrodancer is perfect for quick bursts of play. Since each level lasts as long as the track does, it's easy to pick the game up for a few minutes at a t