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Kyoto Winds comes out for Steam with largely the same game – albeit with some polishing here and there.
Distrust is a little unoriginal and harsh, but makes for a very engaging game where you survive aliens, the cold.....and yourselves.
Technobabylon “borrows” a lot from cyberpunk movies, but makes a pretty cracking game from it.
The top down space game Defenders of Ekron takes one step forward and one step back on the PS4.
Crashday: Redline Edition gets updated for a new generation (albeit with a few problems).
While lacking a little bit in story and gameplay, Yonder excels in making a fantastic sandbox adventure game.
Antihero takes you to jolly old Victorian England....to steal and kill board game style!
No70: Eye of Bashir has some good points, but ends a bit short.
The Accel World and Sword Art Online universes combine for a big crossover game.
It's Risk with nukes – what more can you want?