This journey through the Alaskan wilderness has roguelike elements and is heading to Switch later this year.
After opening with Cuphead, Nintendo closed its Nindies Showcase with a Zelda-themed surprise.
Mutate your way through the post-apocalypse in the latest adventure from Double Fine.
Players will have to ping their way around this pinball-powered action-adventure this summer.
From sci-fi RPGs to zombie narratives, there's a lot coming over the next few weeks to Microsoft's subscription service.
Producer Dan Adelman launched a lawsuit last week, and both Badland and CEO Luis Quintans have spoken out about the situation.
Arcade Classics is the first bundle to arrive next month, and in summer we'll get packages for Contra and Castlevania too.
The colourful RPG left Steam Early Access in January, and is now heading to other platforms like PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
PS4, Switch, and Xbox One users will get all news content, which will also be arriving to the PC version that launched last year.
We don't know any other details aside from that, although Bethesda advises us to check Walmart Canada before the event.
30-minute presentation set for March 20, with Nintendo ready to showcase a number of indies.
The game is launching this spring for PC, PS4, and Switch as well, with a new Boss Trailer released alongside the Xbox announcement.
It's a quiet week, generally speaking, but there are still some exciting titles landing in the next few days.
At SXSW they were busy with several new trailers, one of which is an animation called Overdrive, while the other shows a new song.
The Japanese commercial for the green hero's adventure is a pretty musical affair to get us ready for launch later this month.
See how the colourful disc-smashing sports game is shaping up, as well as a new character and new mechanics.
The release date has also been revealed for players in Japan, who can experience the sequel on Switch this summer.
The German publisher showed off a range of titles, with dancing reapers and vengeful necromancy, co-op navvies, and some sci-fi survival.
They're being moved away from PS4 and Xbox One players are towards mobile users due to the technical restrictions on the platform.
See various mechanics in play as we showcase three different levels, which we explore ahead of the release later this month.
There are two battle royale pros as well as two Fortnite rosters and a Fortnite coach so far, meaning big moves in the space.
17-Bit continues to move its classic titles to Nintendo's hybrid console.
The Simpsons episode with the Tomacco farm comes to mind as Stardew Valley meets Nuclear Throne.
Polar and Ripper Roo are both racing into the game this summer, and we have two new teasers showing them off.
Mojang's super successful sandbox has yet another home, building upon their good relationship with Microsoft in the past.