After a year as an Apple Arcade exclusive, Dinosaur Polo Club’s Mini Motorways heads to Steam on July 20, and to Switch early next year.
MLB The Show 21 makes its PlayStation 5 debut with a bunch of welcome new features and a revamped Road to the Show mode.
Anvil Saga comes to Steam later this year, putting you in charge of a blacksmith shop in the middle of the Hundred Years War.
Derelict Void has some interesting ideas, but they’re lost in a game that mistakes arbitrary randomness for meaningful difficulty.
Starting today, you can try out Potion Craft and it’s unique twist on item-crafting games with a Steam Game Festival demo.
With its charming, diverse cast and the whole ‘keep flying’ thing, A Long Journey to an Uncertain End is shaping up to be something special.
There’s no global release planned for A-Train game, but you’ll be able to play the Japanese import in English, Korean, and Chinese.
With a play loop of creating and fine-tuning golf courses based on player feedback, GolfTopia gamifies level design and playtesting in a fascinating way.
Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, a hybrid platformer / farming sim steeped in Japanese mythology, is coming to Switch, PS4, and PC this November.
The summer edition of the Steam Game Festival is now live, with livestreams, developer Q&As, and some 900 demos available over the next week.