Set for release on 12th September, Super Seducer 2 could prove to be entertaining providing you don't take it seriously. Really, just don't.
Set for release on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC on 4th September, Ninjin: Clash of Carrots combines fast-paced side-scrolling gameplay with humour.
Like some sort of twisted fairy tale, Ascending Madness is dazzling and disgusting all at the same time.
As much as I love Telltale’s episodic zombie series, having played the demo of The Walking Dead: The Final Season, I’m not feeling enthusiastic about the concluding chapter of Clementine’s story.
Far from relying on the usual cyberpunk game tropes, State of Mind actually goes out of its way to cover new ground
Lamplight City is a point and click adventure game that follows private detective Miles Fordham, who happens to be haunted by a dead colleague.
Graveyard Keeper, a spooky management sim, illustrates what might happen if you put The Chuckle Brothers in charge of a funeral home.
Accessible, fun, and full of charm, Arena of Valor is poised to deliver to those who dive into it.
ARK: Survival Evolved is huge, and Minecraft is even bigger. So putting them together should be a winning combination, right? Enter, PixARK.
Launching 26th July on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC, The Banner Saga 3 feels bleak. But honestly, it looks set to end the trilogy on a high.
Coming this Halloween, Infliction is a promising horror game currently being developed by just one man. Back the Kickstarter to add more polish.
Set to release later this year, The Spectrum Retreat is a new take on the oft-trodden first person puzzle genre. After a hands-on demo with the game, it's shaping up to be one to watch out for.
My love of the film Cinema Paradiso piqued my interest in The Cinema Rosa, an upcoming exploration game based around a fictional cinema, set to release on PC next year.
Codemasters’ step out of the simulation and into the arcade racer is certainly showing promise.
Like a WarioWare fever dream, Knuckle Sandwich is shaping up to be wonderfully bizarre and painfully relatable.
Fans of old-fashioned side-scrolling beat 'em ups are well catered for with Coffee Crisis, a game released for SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis in 2017.
To Detroit or not to Detroit? That is the question. And, having delved into Detroit: Become Human’s demo, I’m as on the fence as I’ve ever been.
It doesn't feature the music of Yuzo Koshiro, but Raging Justice may turn out to be the closest thing we'll get to a Streets of Rage sequel.
Combining shoot 'em up and music rhythm action with a post apocalyptic setting and metal music, Double Kick Heroes sets out to entertain.
Smoke and Sacrifice is game intent on mixing the deadly, scarce world of Don’t Starve with the fantasy and wonder of Legend of Zelda, all while trying to weave a rich narrative in its living world.