While we're never all too sure what each Bioware studio might be working on in secret, there's one project that hasn't really kept itself under wraps all that well - Dragon Age.
Demo versions of games started on the PC platform - but they certainly didn't stick there. Though consoles have constantly benefitted from these little tastes of upcoming games, PC gamers have typically been left alone in the dark. Fear Effect: Sedna, however, isn't that cruel.
While you're unlikely to notice most of its bugs due to just how expansive it is, Torment: Tides of Numenera still has its fair share of demons. Being tackled in large-scale updates until its inevitable DLC contend, we're here to list the changes.
During Apple's steady push into mobile gaming, a handful of developers managed to make some real gems for sleek devices. Titles like Infinity Blade paved the way for Lili and a certain adventure game the looked like a certain Nintendo classic. That one specifically is getting a sequel.
8 hours are what separates us from another grand adventure. In the video game world, there's never a dull moment; never a time without potential adventure. If you managed to finish one yesterday, perhaps you're looking for another. If you're a fan of the decidedly not dead Adventure genre, Empathy: Path of Whispers could be for you.
After the efforts of a yearly release schedule started to show its cracks, Ubisoft opted to take a step back with Assassin's Creed. Skipping out 2016 meant 2017 is the year for the hidden blade to reemerge - and it looks like we just got our first look at what's to come.
Building a new IP is usually a risky business venture - but one that can rapidly pay off if well received. In the case of EA, they've delayed Bioware's unnamed project to polish the goods.
There's no shortage of mainstream and classic literature being turned into engaging video games as of late. Of course, we're seeing it form around comics and graphic novels more, but Daedalic Entertainment is going for a more niché approach by handling Ken Follett's Pillars of the Earth.
If you were into RPG classics like Gothic and Risen, there's another from the same team on the horizon. Coming from Piranha Bytes and THQ Nordic, ELEX is building up steam with a new trailer.
With years of Early Access service under its belt, ARK: Survival Evolved spread its wings to other platforms before becoming a complete game. With the end not visible in the distance, the PC version of the dino survival sim has climbed up to update #257 - somewhat of a landmark achievement when it comes to software support.