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Wondering what the best games to come out of E3 2021 were? We've rounded up six unmissable indie game announcements right here.
The Big Con's specially-curated demo, which is available now via Steam Next Fest, shows off a game that I just can't wait to play more of.
But can its gameplay live up to its visuals?
Out now on PC and consoles, Farm Frenzy: Refreshed offers a simple but entertaining palate cleaner between more demanding games.
Missed the Nintendo Direct E3 special? Don't worry, we've rounded up everything that was revealed, including trailers, right here.
Wario is back. Finally!
The new entry into the series, Life is Strange: True Colors will be coming to Switch on its launch date, 10th September.
We've rounded up five of the stand-out announcements from the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase at E3 2021, including Forza and Starfield.
Revealed during yesterday's Future Games Show, we can't stop thinking about Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View.
Just one glimpse at Kena: Bridge of Spirits and it's hard to comprehend that this isn't the next, huge AAA game.
Spirit deserves so much better.
Whether you've a morbid curiosity about Chernobyl or whether you love survival horror, Chernobylite looks worth keeping your eye on.
Missed the PC Gaming Show, part of E3 2021? Don't you worry - here's a round-up of every announcement and trailer that was shown.
Publisher Frontier Foundry and developer Okomotive have announced that FAR: Changing Tides, a follow-up to FAR: Lone Sails, is in development.
Supergiant Games' excellent roguelike action game, Hades, is coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on August 13th.
The latest trailer for Life is Strange: True Colors gave us a new look at gameplay, and explored the special powers of Alex, the protagonist.
Square Enix kicks off its E3 presentation with a brand new game: Guardians of the Galaxy from Eidos Montreal.
From Arkane Studios, the team behind Prey, comes Redfall, an action-packed shooter that pits you against deadly vampires.
Forza Horizon 5 is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC on 9th November. This time, it's set in Mexico, and it looks more beautiful than ever.
...But the only thing they have finished is the title, according to the trailer.