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One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition ports to the PC and somehow manages to keep it's flaws from previous game systems.
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.