Matt Damon made a keen return to form in 2015 with the release of The Martian. With his face plastered on every billboard, bus stop and magazine cover for a little while, it was hard no to take him up on the offer of seeing him grow potatoes on the desolate red planet thanks to the nutrients of his own excrement. Take On Mars takes a similar stand.
In what we can imagine is the final trailer before Conan Exiles reaches its Early Access launch day of January 31, we're given a glimpse of a third Avatar players can summon to crush their enemies.
How's a clown supposed to make a decent living after having his fame and fortune stripped from him by a crazy old woman? It's a hard life in Thimbleweed Park.
Are you ready for another Humble Bundle? We're gearing up for the weekend, and some could do with nothing else but a nice distraction from a certain event - but we're not naming names.
Obviously hard at work on Styx: Shards of Darkness after just putting out Space Hulk: Deathwing, the team behind Blood Bowl and so many others are still pumping out new projects. Focusing on Call of Cthulhu this time around, it's a project with a long legacy behind it.
While players of a certain doomed platform away solid news of their next being supported, the rest of those awaiting Playtonic Games' promised return to the N64-era of 3D platformers can get a quick look at the multiplayer features coming to Yooka-Laylee at launch.
It's been a while since we last heard of Frederick Raynal. Hailed as the creator of Alone in the Dark and - arguably - the birth of the survival-horror genre, he's back to where it all begin. Almost.
Honestly, it should come as no surprise now. Though Microsoft have been hard at work supporting their own Xbox Play Anywhere initiative over the last year, they've kicked off 2017 with the addition of a certain upcoming third-party game - Resident Evil 7.
It could get away with being the child of a collaboration between Limbo creators Playdead and Henry Selick - but it isn't! Little Nightmares comes straight from the minds behind so many other imaginative games like LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway.
Getting dangerously close to a Valentine's Day release, Alone With You looks to be one narrative that will either make or break you across that particular holiday.