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.
Restore all the colours to the world in this upcoming puzzle game.