Barotrauma invites you to explore the horrifying, sunken depths of an unfamiliar moon.
Killsquad, an action RPG from developer Novarama has just released into early access. And despite the fact that it's still in development, it's already a hell of a lot of fun.
There's no set release date for it yet, but after a hands-on session with Hollow Knight: Silksong, we're confident it'll be every bit as special as the first.
Having already spent many hours with Dragon Quest Builders 2, I have to say that I’m very impressed.
More than just a sideshow to Nintendo's other big titles, Luigi's Mansion 3 has got what it takes to be the Switch’s spooky festive hit of the year.
Pokémon Sword and Shield should be one of Nintendo's biggest holiday releases, but a recent hands-on demo has left us wondering if it's going to instead be a big disappointment.
Dry Drowning is a dystopian detective tale that mashes up mythology and murder.
It’s been described as Yakuza meets Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney but Judgment, the latest game from Sega’s Ryu ga Gotoku Studio, is more than just a mashup.
We go hands on with Roller Champions, Ubisoft's upcoming roller derby-inspired 3v3 multiplayer sports title.
Night Call is coming to PC and consoles later this year. If you're a fan of noir style intrigue and murder investigations, then make sure this one is on your radar.
Entering Steam Early Access on 6th June, Hell Let Loose is a World War 2 themed online shooter that really does reward working as a team.
Coming to PC and consoles later this year, Freedom Finger is a comedic side-scrolling shooter that you should definitely keep on your radar.
If you're a fan of card-based combat and enjoy an apocalyptic twist, then make sure Nowhere Prophet is on your radar.
Take control of a helpful cat who's capable of controlling a mech suit in Gato Roboto. It you're a fan of metroidvanias, you're really going to want to.
If you like the idea of a Pokémon-inspired Metroidvania, get Monster Sanctuary on your radar now.
Currently in early access, Project Downfall is a gory first person shooter with bullet time mechanics.
Family Man isn't quite as family friendly as it would seem at first glance – and it's all the more appealing for it.
After going hands-on with Void Bastards, it's now one of my most eagerly awaited titles of the year.
It's very much like the first game, except it also stars a dog. And that's no bad thing.
Phoenix Wright is back, and he’s as ludicrous as ever.