If you've ever enjoyed combating ZEED as Joe Musashi, SEGA AGES: Shinobi is well worth picking up on Nintendo Switch thanks to its extra features.
Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath may now be 15 years old, but this Switch-bound HD remaster proves that the game is still fresh.
From tough rucks and tackles, to precision passing and plays, Rugby 20 is a rugby fan’s dream, even if the experience can wear off after a little while.
If you're a huge fan of shooters, Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha is a must-have if you don't already own the games it includes.
Hardcore Mecha is a rollocking, roboting shoot 'em up that will have you hooked.
Kraken, the first and only expansion for The Surge 2, is available now. It's enjoyable, but seasoned players will find that it's over way too quickly.
Whether you're a fan of Dragon Ball Z or simply love action RPGs, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is sure to provide some long-lasting entertainment.
I would die for my cat and so would the protagonist of Super Crush KO.
AO Tennis 2 gives us a new tennis game on PC and consoles – and it's really not at all bad.
Self is a unsettling, mind-bending journey that's well worth taking.
If you need more JRPGs in your life you should definitely consider picking up the Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack, now available on PS4, Switch and PC.
As well as being cute, funny and charming, Mythic Ocean has a surprising amount of depth to it that I didn't expect to find.
Now available on PC, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne offers yet more monster-slaying opportunities. For devout fans, it's a must-have.
Seeing Dr. Kawashima's disembodied head after all these years is like reuniting with an old friend.
Dinosaur Island VR has more dinosaurs than you could shake John Hammond's stick at, but this rail shooter is oddly lacking in tension.
Spinning an intriguing tale of murder and corruption set against an eye-catching noir background, there's a lot to like about Microids' Blacksad: Under the Skin.
Wattam is a colourful meditation on home, friendship and joy.
MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries looks nice, and it's fun building your own mercenary outfit, but the action just gets stale a little too fast.
By the end of it, my best friend and I literally wanted to throw each other in an ice cold river.
Presenting itself as a humorous satire on the video game industry, will indie metroidvania SuperEpic meet its estimated market projections?