Creaks, the latest game by Amanita Design, maker of Chunchel and Machinarium, is coming out July 22 on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. It’s a spooky-looking puzzle game reminiscent of a series of Edward Gorey illustrations brought to life, and it’s apparently been in development for eight years.
The latest version of Microsoft Flight Simulator is launching on August 18 on PC. The standard edition, with 20 planes and 30 airports, will be part of Xbox Game Pass for PC. The $90 deluxe edition has 25 planes and 35 airports. The $120 premium deluxe edition has 30 planes and 40 airports. I have no planes or…
There’s a new Transformers game coming later this year called Transformers: Battlegrounds. Headed to Xbox One, PS4, Switch, and PC on October 23, the developer, Coatsink, is calling it a “tactical warfare” game where you customize your autobot squad and fight battles from “Central City to Cybertron.”
Do you like games about undead pegleg criminal penguins being heroic? Of course you do. That’s why you’re so excited about Prinny 1+2: Exploded and Reloaded coming to the Switch on October 13. It’s two Disgaea-adjacent PlayStation Portable games, now playable on a system that’s not dead, dood.
At long last, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered has a release date: August 27. The game is coming to PS4, Switch, and mobile, and will have cross-play. Fortunately, this time around you won’t need four Game Boy Advances to play co-op although someone will still need to carry that damn pot around.
Retro first-person shooter Project Warlock is coming to PS4 on June 9 and Xbox One and Switch on June 11. Released on PC back in 2018, it’s an ode to 90s shooters like Wolfenstein and Doom with modern tweaks like weapon and character upgrades. Who couldn’t use more demon-slaying in their life?
The Switch’s bubblegum-looking arena fighter Ninjala has been delayed a month due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. Originally set to come out May 28 it will now arrive on June 25 leaving this month’s release schedule feeling even more barren aside from some new ports of old games.
Sweary’s Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise launches on July 10 for the Nintendo Switch. Agent Francis York Morgan returns to track down a serial killer in the fictional town of Le Carré. The opening credits, seen in the video above, set the tone for surreal horror hijinks. Can’t wait.
Like a ray of sunlight piercing the cloudy sky she comes, spreading joy to rhythm game loving Switch owners everwhere. Hatsune Miku Project Diva: Mega Mix for the Nintendo Switch launches on May 15 with 101 songs and more on the way. In case you could not tell, this news makes me incredibly happy. Soon I shall be back…
The improbable remaster SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated will see the light of day on June 23. The GameCube-era 3D platformer is headed to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC, and will include not only new content cut from the original but a multiplayer horde mode of all things.