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Wondering what the best games to come out of E3 2021 were? We've rounded up six unmissable indie game announcements right here.
But can its gameplay live up to its visuals?
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water, once a Wii U exclusive, is spooking its way onto PC and consoles this year.
Nintendo have announced Metroid Dread, a brand new 2D Metroid game which pitches Samus Aran against a powerful robotic nemesis.
Missed the Nintendo Direct E3 special? Don't worry, we've rounded up everything that was revealed, including trailers, right here.
Wario is back. Finally!
Capcom are working on more downloadable content for their hand-ruining survival horror Resident Evil Village
All five Shantae games are coming to the PlayStation 5, both as digital versions and physical editions.
As revealed at last night's Limited Run show, River City Girls is getting a sequel and a prequel.
We've rounded up five of the stand-out announcements from the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase at E3 2021, including Forza and Starfield.
Revealed during yesterday's Future Games Show, we can't stop thinking about Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View.
Just one glimpse at Kena: Bridge of Spirits and it's hard to comprehend that this isn't the next, huge AAA game.
Lemnis Gate masterfully blends the first-person shooter and turn-based strategy genres to create something that feels truly unique.
Launching 2022, Replaced is a Blade Runner style platformer which casts you as an artificial intelligence crammed into a human body.
Upcoming indie game Tinykin takes Pikmin and gives it a cartoony, Land of the Giants twist.
Next Space Rebels challenges you to put Elon Musk and friends to shame by building your own rocket.
Immortality, the new game from the creator of Her Story, looks set to head to Hollywood.
Bramble: The Mountain King is an upcoming adventure that takes inspiration from Nordic legends.
Released as part of IGN's Summer of Gaming, there's a whole eight minutes of Street Fighter 4: Mr X Nightmare to check out.
Whether you've a morbid curiosity about Chernobyl or whether you love survival horror, Chernobylite looks worth keeping your eye on.