Juggler Games and IMGN.PRO’s My Memory of Us is so subtly depressing you probably won’t even realize just how dark most of the scenes are in the game until you’ve walked away and properly processed everything you just experienced.
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Chainawesome Games’ Aftercharge is a 3-on-3 competitive PC game that pits invisible robots against an invincible security squad for some very dramatic tactical conflicts. Both teams are working to secure the six glowing extractors on each map.
Massive Work Studio’s Dolmen is being published under the Square Enix Collective umbrella, and is a sci-fi adventure game that utilizes ranged and melee combat.
Tangled Mess Games’s Volantia is a city-building strategy game where you design a kingdom in the sky. Players get to design their kingdoms themselves by rotating and conjoining fragments of land to help stabilize the floating island and prevent it from collapsing.
Katsu Entertainment’s Warhammer: Doomwheel is a mobile Warhammer game, which isn’t really a sentence I ever expected to be typing but here we are. The game has done pretty well on the convention circuit, and for good reason.
Wolfenstein II is a pretty great game, I think just about all of us can agree on that. If you can’t, well then, you’re probably a Nazi. With the Switch release, Bethesda and Machine Games’ “what-if” WWII experiment will exist on all four current gen platforms – Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
The Houses of Morrowind expansion for Elder Scrolls Legends requires you to re-learn the game thanks to the many changes it brings with it. Bethesda have managed to predict this by adding some new tools for players - specifically, a new set of puzzles.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset is the latest expansion coming to Bethesda's Elder Scrolls MMO, and it was playable during Bethesda's PAX East event. The demo itself was relatively short for a massive open-world game, with demo windows capped at 20 minutes.
Citadel Games' Legends of Aria is an MMO designed to be controlled more by the players than by the game developers themselves. Its an open form MMO that flies in the face of what we expect from MMORPGs these days, because it is pretty much nothing like World of Warcraft.
Right, let's get this one out of the way first: No, Underworld Ascendant is not part of the Underworld film series starring Kate Beckinsale. I know, I know, we all wanna play as Selene and go murder some dumb vampires, but this is not that game.
Limbic Entertainment GmbH and 505 Games' Memories of Mars is a sci-fi survival open-world game with a decent bit of tower-defense mechanics thrown in there.
Behavior Interactive's Deathgarden is an asymmetrical multiplayer game much like their breakout success Dead by Daylight, wherein four runners try and complete a set objective while avoiding the armored immortal Hunter.
Intrepid Studios' Ashes of Creation is a pretty ambitious MMORPG project being developed former AAA developers. Speaking with the team at PAX East, it was obvious that Ashes is a labor of love for everyone involved.
As you've probably heard, Square Enix is releasing Dragon Quest XI in the west. It'll be the first mainline Dragon Quest game to get a western release in well over a decade, meaning the game will be getting some major overhauling before making it overseas.
RageSquid's Descenders is essentially a game designed for people who like to go downhill very fast on a bike. And do a few jumps and tricks along the way. The game was designed to be easy to pick up, but difficult to master. And it definitely is.