The point-and-click adventure continues its quiet renaissance on PC with the beautifully drawn and confidently designed Unforeseen Incidents. It’s a standard adventure game, but with tasteful hand-drawn art, likable characters, and a compelling mystery concerning a viral outbreak.
Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered may have a preposterous name, but it’s an irresistible opportunity to play Volition’s cult 2009 shooter on a modern PC. The destruction system is still hugely impressive to behold, even if some of the mission design feels a bit outdated.
Chasm is a polished Metroidvania about plunging into a seemingly bottomless dungeon. The controls are tight, the art is gorgeous, and the combat is challenging, even if it doesn’t have many new ideas to bring to the genre.
Andy Kelly Section Editor