If you get a kick out of retro platforming games, you really should not sleep on Goblin Sword.
PS4, Xbox One and Switch owners finally get to play Darksiders Genesis, and it's an adventure very much worth embarking upon.
Pac-Man with zombies and dungeons and traps? Count me in!
I won't lie. I know very VERY little about Star Wars, and yet I loved the heck out of this game.
An RPG Maker adventure, Red Bow manages to pack in enough spooky atmosphere to be genuinely chilling.
Platinum Games fans are in for a real treat when the Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle launches on PS4 and Xbox One later this month.
Who knew pushing around boxes could be so much fun?
Lord of the Rings: Gollum is set to forge out a new story for one of the most well remembered characters in both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
These are the games that the GameSpew team have been playing this week.
If you find yourself using your Switch in handheld mode a lot around the house, you should really consider investing in the HORI Switch Pad Pro.
Trust me, you don't want this brain you'll just be hungry again in an hour.
Featuring music by Dr. Kucho! and deadmau5, Ghosts'n DJs is a decent Ghosts 'n Goblins clone. Even better, it's free for you to download on Steam.
Out now on Switch and PC, Kunai is a charming Metroidvania in which your character is little more than a tablet armed with a sword.
Nearly four years since it it arrived on PC and Xbox, Square Enix Collective's first-person puzzle game The Turing Test is now available on Switch.
Song of Horror Episode 4: The Last Concert sends you to a haunted monastery. What could possibly go wrong?
It's only a few months until players will back in Raccoon City once again, so we can't help but think about what we'd like to see in Resident Evil 3.
Through the Darkest of Times is a harrowing strategy game that thrusts you into 1930s Berlin, just as Hitler's fascist regime is on the rise.
Wondering what games are coming out in February? We've rounded up the highlights right here.
Not For Broadcast is a daft FMV game that puts you in the shoes of an overworked, underpaid news editor.
It's coming up on the month of L-O-V-E and you know what that means - time to curl up with your loved ones and play some video games.