With a mix of platforming, rice-farming, and Japanese mythology, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is shaping up to be one of this year’s indie hits.
Breakpoint puts a melee combat twist on the classic twin-stick shooter, with the added fun of weapons that explode when they break.
Ghost of Tsushima wears its Akira Kurosawa inspiration on its sleeve, but a lack of authenticity leaves it looking more like The Last Samurai.
Mon Amour, the newest game from the creators of Moon, Dandy Dungeon, and Black Bird, sends Baron Beard to ‘rescue everyone with your kiss!’
The G-Mode Archives project is bringing a whole lot of early mobile games to the Japanese Switch eShop, and we have at least five more to look forward to.
Mafia II and Mafia III: Definitive Editions are now available for PS4, Xbox One, and Steam, with a full remake of the first game to follow later this year.
There’s a free PC demo available now for Weaving Tides, a textile-themed adventure in a magical, woven world due out this year for Switch, PC, and Mac.
Described as ‘a boss-rush style adventure about loss, grief and hope’, ITTA brings its bullet hell action to Switch and PC on April 22.
Exit the Gungeon, a side-scrolling “dungeon climber” sequel to the acclaimed Enter the Gungeon, got a surprise release on Switch and PC today.