Become a laid-back beekeeper in Apico, a unique sim game all about breeding, collecting and conserving bees.
Want to (mis) manage your own zoo? Let's Build a Zoo is every bit as much a delight on consoles as it is on PC.
A new combat difficulty option combined with razor-sharp visuals and DualSense support make Tunic on PS5 a must-play.
Video Game Fables blends cutesy pixel-RPG antics and turn-based battles with worrying existential quandaries.
October's games release schedule might not be as jam-packed as it usually is, but there's still a fair share of games to be excited for.
Life is Strange and Life is Strange: Before the Storm are now on Switch via the Arcadia Bay Collection - and it's a great way to play.
With a real-time day/night cycle, sometimes your Disney Dreamlight Valley residents are sleeping when you need them. And it's rather annoying.
Hokko Life, a new life sim, is now available on consoles and PC, and fans of Animal Crossing will be wise to check it out.
There's a Pokémon generator which takes text input and turns it into one of Nintendo's pocket monsters. It's an awful lot of fun, too.
Out now, Serial Cleaners tasks you with cleaning up grizzly crime scenes while attempting to avoid the law.
The latest patch to Diablo II: Resurrected adds in a new End Game experience called Terror Zones, offering a better way to level up.
If you're a serious skateboarder, then Session: Skateboard Sim is for you. For everyone else, however, it's going to be a hard slog.
Combining life/farming sim staples with a spellcasting, witchy twist, there's a lot to love about Wylde Flowers, out now on Steam and PC.
This first-person Spider-Man mod lets you swing around New York City. It's very impressive but potentially a little off-putting.
Biomutant is now available natively on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, but it's the DualSense implementation on PS5 that sets it apart.
Whether or not you've previously played Q.U.B.E., its brand new 10th anniversary release deserves your attention.
Minnie Mouse is taking the piss.
Fighting against orcs in a video game is nothing new. But ORX, a fast-paced card-based tower defence game, tries to mix things up a bit.
With a snazzy new art style and features including crafting, Lovecraft's Untold Stories 2 improves on the original game.
One Disney Dreamlight Valley player's encounter with Mickey Mouse turned out to be unexpectedly harrowing.