We spoke with En Masse Entertainment's David Whitfield about where their upcoming strategy game fits into the Dark Crystal universe.
We spoke with Kim Forrest, Executive Producer at Mighty Kingdom about how they used the official Conan brand.
The satirical "virtual voyeur simulator" will even get its own Collector's Edition, at least in Spain.
We spoke with Yacht Club Games' Sandy Gordon about upcoming indie title Cyber Shadow.
This is close to Codemaster's own Grid game, except this is a re-release of the 2014 version on Nintendo's console.
This is releasing in November to join the likes of Doom, Doom II, Doom 3, and Doom (2016) on the platform.
Sam tried the second and third games on the livestream, showing us the new version on Nintendo's console.
We can expect the new version of Puzzle Quest later this month, including plenty of new features.
This brings the world of the manga and anime to life, and we can expect more news at the Tokyo Game Show.
The sequel has only just been revealed, but careful wording by Rising Star Games indicates it could be coming to more platforms.
We spoke with Lance James from Versus Evil about the challenges of porting the title to consoles.
Dr. Jonathan Reid is out on the hunt again, and this time it's Nintendo players who get to see 1918 London.
John Deere is introduced with this game, as well as other new features to keep the farming fresh.
The RPG also has a new cinematic trailer, courtesy of yesterday's packed Nintendo Direct showcase.
The Nintendo Direct had news to share on Square Enix's RPG, and we even have a new trailer for TGS.
We've got a rough autumn release date for Lucas Pope's game, which received a lot of praise when it arrived on PC in 2018.
The multiplayer action game sees you and your friends play in roles as multiple Kirbys, taking down bad guys.
These will be coming this month, with Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy coming in 2020 as well.
The Rebel Collection swings in with all the DLC, and we have a trailer celebrating both titles as well.
SNES titles are back again to give us some nostalgia at home or on the go, joining those on the NES.
We also get a closer look at cards, customisation, camping, curries, and more in the newest video.
The original is also released for Switch right now, with Swery and Tomio Kanazawa returning for number two.
The party mode pits teams of Luigis against Gooigis, and we also got to see some more floors of the Haunted Hotel.
The upcoming Switch game has a lot to offer, and we're introduced to Tom Nook's Desert Island Geraway Package.
The Fatal Fury fighter is coming in November, and Banjo Kazooie is landing sooner than you'd think.