The gorgeous mousey PC adventure is finally heading to consoles.
The rules are simple – find an indie game you’ve never heard of before, then tweet about it using #DiscoverIndies.
Just under ten quid for a quality Metroidvania title.
Have a very Happy Holidays, see you in the New Year!
Goose sock puppets! A fuzzy goose T-shirt! Untitled Goose Game has got some seriously lovely merch.
Starfox, Mario Kart and Pokemon like you’ve never seen them before.
The NES Encyclopaedia and Japansoft: An Oral History are both set for release next year.
We’ve got two EU codes for the wonderfully OTT Steel Rats to give away, but you’ve only got a few days to enter, hurry!
A stunning Zelda-like top-down RPG is storming its Kickstarter goals.
Who the hell launches a new game a week before Red Dead Redemption 2?
The studio behind The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us has laid off most of its staff.
And this fantastic Metroidvania game is being released very soon indeed…
My preview feature on Night Call is in issue 322 – and I’m very excited to see my words in print.
Four fantastic Metroidvania games are being released this month: Dead Cells, Chasm, Death’s Gambit and Guacamelee 2.
The excellent dungeon crawler Moonlighter is getting a ton of free updates – and there are also rumblings about an incoming Switch version.
Co-created by an ex-Disney animator, Blacksad depicts a beautiful film noir-inspired world of anthropomorphic animals. And soon it’s going to be a game.
You’ve got a bike with a chainsaw wheel and a city full of robots to mow down. Steel Rats is stupid and wonderful, and it’s coming to PC, Xbox One and PS4 later this year.
It’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: The Video Game, but without the bats. Disco Elysium is shaping up to be a cracking isometric RPG with superb dialogue.
Terraforming Mars is coming to a PC near you in 2018, with all of its shonky public-domain artwork intact. Depending on your perspective, this is either a very good thing or a very bad thing.
State of Mind is a promising techno-thriller from point and click experts Daedalic Entertainment, with a distinctive low-poly look.