After eight long years of nothing, we finally have a new entry in the main Mega Man series. Mega Man 11 was officially released on October 2nd, and the internet has been… pretty quiet about it, actually.
Cryptid, a game all about using logical deduction to find mythical creatures like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster, is all the rage with the boardgamers these days.
Russian Subway Dogs is a detailed and powerful insight into life in Russia: a strange land of hungry animals, easily-startled people, and explosive vodka.
I don’t know what I’ve done to deserve such good gaming karma these days. I am, frankly, spoiled for good, modern point-and-click adventure games.
A free Mega Man 11 demo was just released for Switch, Xbox, and Playstation without much fanfare; presumably it was going to be announced at the cancelled Nintendo Direct, but instead it dropped as an almost total surprise.