Lucas Pope, developer of Papers, Please, has been working on a new game called Return of the Obra Dinn for four and a half years. It’s about insurance and murders on 19th century ships and today he announced it will finally release on October 18 for PC and Mac.
Left Alive will come to PS4 and PC on March 5, 2019, Square Enix announced today. The military soap opera was revealed at last year’s Tokyo Game Show and is set in the Front Mission universe with Armored Cored V’s Toshifumi Nabeshima directing. The Mechonaissance continues apace.
2K and Gearbox Software plan to bring Borderlands fans deeper into Pandora than every before on December 14, when a retooled version of Borderlands 2 launches on PlayStation VR. Who’s up for some cel shaded motion sickness?
Fall can feel like the worst season for a lot of reasons—school starts, the days grow short, people become obsessed with putting pumpkin in everything—but new video game releases is definitely not one of them.
Animal-powered digital board/dice/card game Armello is coming to the Nintendo Switch September 27. The Switch version comes in two varieties. The $19.99 normal edition with the basic board and characters, and the $39.99 Complete Edition, which comes with $20 more stuff.
Good morning! Some release dates were announced today. They are Luigi’s Mansion for 3DS (Oct. 12), Brawlhalla for Xbox One and Switch (Nov. 6), and Trials Rising for Xbone/PS4/Switch/PC (Feb. 12).
To kick off Gamescom, the biggest gaming convention in Europe, Nintendo announced a ton of news about indie games on Switch, including release dates, ports, and even some surprise releases for today. Slay the Spire, Children of Morta, and more are coming to Switch in the next several months, among many other…
Donut County, another one of those beautiful looking indie games that never seems to come out, finally has a release date of August 28 on iOS, PC, and PS4. There’s a new launch trailer and everything, and guess what, it still looks like a wonderfully chill time.
Darksiders 3 is coming November 27 to Xbox One, PS4, and PC, because it’s 2018 and somehow this trilogy, of all game trilogies, has managed to survive after the closure of the original studio behind it, Vigil Games, and former publisher, THQ. Darksiders 3 is being made by Gunfire Games.
Side-scrolling action adventure game Chasm will finally see the light of day on July 31 on PS4, Vita, and PC. Kickstarted back in 2013, the game was plagued with delays for years—until now. Its beautiful pixel art will be available on Vita with Cross-buy on PS4, because what’s dead my never die.
Tempest 4000 heads to PS4 and Xbox One on July 17. The modern reboot of the original Atari game by creator Jeff Minter’s Llamasoft studio is supposed to stay true to the arcade classic while adding 4K graphics, new modes, and leaderboards so we can be reminded how terrible our personal scores are.
Summer is here. Time to chill by the pool, hang out in the park, or post up on the beach for a nice breezy afternoon. Whatever you do don’t stay home because there won’t be many games there, unless you have a Switch, which is getting a surge of ports.
Days Gone, the zombie game where they aren’t actually called zombies, releases February 22, 2019. A new trailer and accompanying blog post that shares more details about the game including the existence of Rippers, humans who worship and dress up like the game’s zombies and are just as dead set on killing you.
Two of publisher Deep Silver’s planned 2018 releases, Metro Exodus and Shenmue III, have been delayed until 2019. In both cases, Deep Silver cited the need for more time to polish each game. It’s another reminder that nebulous, year-long release windows almost never end up being accurate.
Spring is here, the perfect time to come out of that backlog hibernation and play some new video games. Here are the biggest ones coming out this season.
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will be out September 4 on PS4 and PC. The game released last summer in Japan on PS4 and 3DS but the North American release will be an upgraded version including a new hard mode, camera mode, improved graphics, an overhauled UI, and dashing.
Scribblenauts Showdown looks like, uh, something.