It's rough around the edges, but Dolmen might be of interest to those seeking out a Souls-like with a sci-fi setting.
With its colourful visuals and assortment of characters that each offer unique mechanics, Cotton Fantasy is a treat for shoot 'em up fans.
You won't have played anything like Eternal Threads before - and you don't want to miss it.
For fans of vampiric tales, dark narratives and grizzly visuals, there's a lot to love about Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong.
If you like the idea of a puzzle game set against a backdrop of an old-school RPG, you're going to love Dungeons of Dreadrock.
Moving house has never been so incredible.
Have rhythm and like twin-stick shooters and loot? Soundfall might just be the game for you.
The FMV genre is a rather niche one, but it's just got a little bit broader thanks to Square Enix's latest release.
With its engaging combat and dark world that begs to be explored, King Arthur: Knight's Tale is a treat for those who love RPGs they can sink their teeth into.
With an eye-catching art style and fun twin-stick shooting gameplay, there's a lot to like about Wildcat Gun Machine. Our review.
Love Serious Sam? You might want to check out Serious Sam: Tormental, a roguelike twin-stick shooter that takes you through Mental's mind.
With its unique art style and charming characters, action RPG Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising does a great job introducing players to a new world.
A new movie-themed party game is in town: Rifftrax: The Game.
Nintendo Switch Sports is here, and it clearly has one goal in mind: to capture the joy that Wii Sports brought us way back in 2007 in a new, modernised package.
More like an interactive samurai movie rather than a video game, Trek to Yomi absolutely oozes style.
Rogue Lords' horror theme is alluring, but as a roguelike it's a bit to complicated and repetitive for its own good.
With its comic book-styled visuals and rocking soundtrack, Mayhem Brawler is one of the best side-scrolling beat 'em ups available right now.
The House of the Dead: Remake brings new life to an arcade classics. It's just a shame that you can't play it with a light gun.
If you liked Rogue Legacy, you'll love Rogue Legacy 2.
If you enjoy arcade-styled aerial shooters that offer bouts of bite-sized action, then you might want to check out Red Wings: American Aces.