It's one worth keeping your (private) eye on.
Finished Control? The Foundation, the first of two story expansions planned for the game, releases this week, and it seems to be a good reason to return.
If you love Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, you really ought to check out Record of Lodoss War – Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth.
Resident Evil 3's demo has dropped - here's what we thought.
Set to release this May, Those Who Remain describes itself as an "up-close, psychological horror".
And they called it “Grandma LoOoOove.”
We went hands-on with the first few hours of Wasteland 3 and were left very impressed. Keep this game on your radar, folks.
Live. Die. Repeat. But without Tom Cruise's plot armour.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is now just one month away, and after playing the demo available on PSN now, we're convinced it's going to be incredible.
It's bright, colourful, upbeat – and filled with anthropomorphic dinosaurs. What's not to like?
Main Assembly invites you to build the vehicle of your dreams, then crash it into a wall.
Rustler mashes up Grand Theft Auto vehicle thievery and Game of Thrones style fantasy mayhem.
Launching on PC this April, Hellpoint is a game that Soulsborne fans should probably keep on their radar if they're after a new challenge.
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.
We've gone hands-on with Team Ninja's Nioh 2. Find out why we're now more excited than ever before to play it when it launches this March.
Black Skylands invites you to take to the unfriendly skies.
Conan Chop Chop might have started out as an April Fool's joke, but playing it is serious business.
Coming to Switch in March, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is shaping up to be a must-buy, whether you're a Pokémon or a dungeon-crawling fan.
It's not revolutionary, but Monster Energy Supercross 3 once again displays improvements that should keep fans of the sport happy.
Entering into early access later this month, Dark Raider is a procedurally-generated hack-and-slash game that shows a lot of potential.