Launching on 30th September, eFootball 2022 is the new evolution of Konami's long-running Pro Evolution Soccer brand.
Coming later this year from Okidokico and Playtonic Friends, A Little Golf Journey might just be the prettiest golf game you'll ever play.
Tissues at the ready.
Move over, Journey; a new neckwear-based adventure is in town.
Steeped in Greek and Roman mythology, Perish is a game that fans of co-op based first-person shooters should keep their eyes on.
De-Exit is an atmospheric puzzle-platform game about saving the afterlife from an apocalyptic doom.
Rats aren't just pests, you know.
Coming to PC and console in November, Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One is Holmes like you've never seen him before.
Preview: Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania Proves That Rolling Balls With Monkeys in Them Never Gets Old
Launching next month, we've been hands-on with Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania and found that it's just as much fun as ever.
Launching this October, Blaze and the Monster Machines is shaping up to be the perfect racing game for your young ones.
Get ready to go fast. Furiously.
Launching later this month, we've been hands-on with World War Z: Aftermath, which will undoubtedly revitalise the co-op shooter.
If you're a JRPG fan, this really ought to be on your radar.
If you're a fan of puzzle games and enjoy being challenged, be sure to keep Tandem: A Tale of Shadows on your radar.
We've been hands on with House of Ashes, the next game in the Dark Pictures Anthology, and it's shaping up to be a tense time indeed.
Aragami 2 is launching on PC and consoles soon, and fans of the first game are bound to get on with it like a house on fire. Our preview.
After spending some time with the game's beta, we can confidently say that Riders Republic is one heck of a good time.
Save the Rat Kingdom from the troublesome Frog Clan in action RPG Tails of Iron, launching on PC and consoles this September.
Launching this September on PC and consoles, Golf Club: Wasteland presents an uninhabitable Earth that's now only good for golf.
Blending multiple tried and tested mechanics yet somehow feeling unique, Disciples: Liberation may charm strategy RPG fans this October.