If you've been waiting for a sequel to Supermassive Games' 2016 hit Until Dawn, The Quarry is essentially it.
There's something strangely therapeutic about dismantling ships in space.
They Always Run has a beautiful art style and an interesting premise. It's just a shame that isn't quite as much to play as it should be.
It may be short, but Insomnis offers a genuinely unnerving experience at times.
Souldiers is a charming-looking metroidvania that gets off to a good start. But the further you get, the more it frustrates.
Remember the Atari arcade classic, Gravitar? If you do, chances are you're going to absolutely love Gravitar: Recharged.
Think angler fish are scary? Just try puzzling your way out of being eaten by Silt's alien, aquatic nightmares.
Developed by just one person, Remote Life is a shoot 'em up that will impress you with its dark visuals and twin-stick gameplay.
Available now on Nintendo Switch, Let's Get Fit provides an excellent all-round workout package for those looking to kickstart their fitness.
If you're a Pac-Man fan, consider Pac-Man Museum+ an absolute must buy.
With over 170 songs as standard, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix+ is a must-have for PC gamers who love the virtual pop star.
If you're a fan of classic 3D platforming, then Kao the Kangaroo is for you.
Deadcraft is a quirky action RPG that allows you to grow your own zombie helpers. But unimpressive visuals and basic combat hold it back.
Visual novel Arcade Spirits: The New Challengers casts you as a wannabe professional gamer on their quest to join an esports team.
Chances are you'll spend more time sneaking than sniping in Sniper Elite 5, but it's a thoroughly entertaining package nonetheless.
With its small maps and optional simplified fighting style, think of Touken Ranbu Warriors as "My First Warriors Game".
After some old-school platforming action that's reminiscent of classic Castlevania? You might want to give Amazing Princess Sarah a try.
Whether you're an ardent shoot 'em up fan or a newcomer to the genre, Rolling Gunner + Overpower will rock your world.
It's time to pick up your Boomstick and get groovy. Evil Dead: The Game proves that it's good to be bad. But also good to be good.
The word "golf" might be in the title, but Golf Gang doesn't have too much in common with the actual sport.