JRPG fans that never watched the Digimon show may have overlooked Cyber Sleuth, but we beg of you, give it a chance. The game features wonderful turn-based combat and an engaging techno mystery that will appeal to JRPG players regardless of whether they know what an Agumon is. There’s also a pretty good sequel in the form of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker's Memory.
Erica is a live-action FMV thriller that subverts the normal means of playing a video game. Using your mobile phone or the DualShock 4’s touchpad, you guide Erica through the mysterious Delphi House as she attempts to solve her father’s murder. The story is gripping, and the performances are sublime, especially Holly Earl as the titular Erica.
Some games struggle to find a unique mechanic that keeps players invested in the gameplay. This is not the case with The Gardens Between. Controlling time to alter the world around two young boys, this heart-warming indie evokes strong emotion thanks to the beautiful backgrounds and the clever integration of story and puzzles.
Gravity Rush 2 is one heck of a topsy-turvy adventure. Players can alter gravity to make jumping easier or to increase the power of their attacks – an ingenious central mechanic. There is also a beautiful world to explore which, no matter how many times you revisit it, always remains breathtaking.
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Hidden deep in Kentucky is the mysterious Route Zero, and you have to navigate it. Operating as a point and click story unfolding over five episodes, Kentucky Route Zero is a surreal journey all about the personal growth of main character Conway and the people he meets as he travels.