Lemon Cake is the latest ‘cute and cozy simulation game’ from Éloïse Laroche, and sees you mastering the art of baking as you restore an abandoned bakery.
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.
Following rumours of a PC release that surfaced last week, it’s now official: Persona 4 Golden is out now on Steam for US$19.99.
You have until 5am on May 2 (NZST) to get Total War: Shogun 2 free to keep forever on Steam, as Sega encourages people to stay home and save lives.
LudoNarraCon 2020 is a digital convention focused on narrative games and interactive storytelling, with panels, live streams, playable demos, and more.
PC players finally get a chance to play Compile Heart’s brilliant, hellish dungeon crawler Mary Skelter: Nightmares this week.
Space Invaders Extreme makes its way to PC courtesy of Degica Games, and finds a good balance between classical appeal and modern innovation.
Omega Quintet was noteworthy for being one of the first PS4-exclusive JRPGs, but it still holds up well today—and now PC players can get in Compile Heart’s idol-themed game.
A decade since its Japanese launch, Nihon Falcom’s Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection finally gets a Western release, and it’s one of this year’s best surprises.
Bullet Soul: Infinite Burst is a re-imagining of Bullet Soul, with a revamped scoring system and new enemy patterns, but the same energetic shmup action.