Total War: Warhammer 2 is an incredibly massive game made even larger by an assortment of DLC. The game is played in two halves, the strategy map where you manage your empire, the city’s and units’ turn-based grand strategy style, and the real-time battles when two or more armies meet.
Invasions expands Planetfall with a new Playable faction complete with its own campaign, a minor NPC faction, and a handful of new features. The Shakarn are a race of lizards playing off of the conspiracy trope of secret lizard people hidden within society.
Moving Out is a couch co-op game about working together to relocate furniture. The game is physics-based and players have to learn to maneuver around various stages that often throw wacky obstacles into to mix.
Circadian Dice is a strategical dice building game. If you are unfamiliar with the term, a deck-building game usually involves cards and the player actively constructs the deck they are using as they play, rather than beforehand.
Stranded Deep is in an interesting position. It has been in Steam Early Access for quite some time and still is. The console versions of the game have an ending that the PC version lacks and it’s being sold as a finished product on consoles.
Fort Triumph blends the strategical and exploration of Heroes Of Might And Magic with the turn-based tactical combat of the X-COM series. While it’s a more lightweight game than either of those, it’s held together by a unique physics-based system that permeates nearly every aspect of the combat.
Deep Sky Derelicts combines tactical card-based combat with free from procedural exploration, challenging difficulty and RPG elements. You create a team of three scavengers from several classes and use them to explore old space ship derelicts in search of scrap and data.
It’s no secret that Bannerlord was my most anticipated game for years. I definitely had a moment of disbelief when it was finally downloading on my computer. That amount of hype can be a bad thing. I’ve set myself up for disappointment in the past (I’m looking at you Spore!). So did Bannerlord disappoint me? No, yes and no again.
Totally Reliable Delivery Service is a wacky physics game where you and a few friends struggle to control chubby delivery folks with some hilariously intense butt jiggle physics.