Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition is now available on PC and consoles

The remastered release of PlayStation RPG from 1999 has brought with it an array of enhancements, including HD character models, auto-battle functions, and all-new artwork. It’s available today on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Check out the launch trailer below:

Max Payne 1 + 2 are getting re-made by Remedy (with support from Rockstar)

The games will both be released in one package and are being developed in Remedy’s Northlight game engine (which powered their most recent released Control and Quantum Break). Be warned though: it’s still early days and only in the ‘concept development’, so it could be a while before we re-visit what I think are two of the best action games of the PlayStation 2 era.

The House of the Dead: Remake is now available on the Nintendo Switch

This is a complete remake of the 1997 classic light-gun adventure, with all-new HD visuals, a streamlined difficulty, and a variety of gameplay changes introduced to modernise the experience. It won’t be the same playing it without a light-gun, but at least there are gyro controls. It’s available today on the Nintendo Switch.

Check out the game’s most recent trailer below:

Gran Turismo 7’s new patch re-balances the game’s rewards (in a good way)

Gran Turismo 7 hasn’t had a smooth ride as of late thanks to some questionable changes as well as the iffy micro-transactions, so it’s nice to see an update has been released to rectify that. Not only has the reward for completing certain events been vastly increased, but the maximum amount of credits that the player can hold has been increased to 100,000,000.

Check out the official patch notes through this link:

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter is now available on the Nintendo Switch

Following the release of Crime and Punishments, players can continue to sleuth on the go in Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter. We’ll have a review up for the game next week, so be sure to keep an eye out for that.

Check out the launch trailer below:

Forgive Me Father leaves early access and launches on PC today

This stylish Lovecraftian-themed first person shooter has been available in early access since last October, but has now officially launched on PC. It brings with it two characters to play as, eight different weapons (with nineteen upgrades), twenty-seven levels, and animated story cutscenes, just to name a few of its features.

Check out Forgive me Father on Steam through this link:

Check out a gallery of screenshots down below:

Back 4 Blood’s ‘Tunnels of Terror’ DLC is releasing April 12th

Back 4 Blood’s first expansion is making its way to PC and consoles on April 12th and brings with it two new playable characters, new enemies to vanquish, new weapons, and new levels to explore. It’ll also bring with it a free update that includes the ‘No Hope’ difficulty for those who like a tastier challenge…

Check out the launch trailer below:

Mario Golf 64 is coming to Switch Online next week

The Nintendo 64 catalogue available via Switch Online will be expanded with Mario Golf 64, which is (in my opinion) one of Mario’s best sporting outings. The Nintendo 64 offerings have been really impressive so far and updated with regular frequency, but this is one of my favourite additions so far. Fore!

Puzzle-platformer Kombinera is out now on PC and consoles

Whilst this sort of game is one that might typically go under the radar, the fact that it’s Atari’s first original game for several years caught my attention. Kombinera’s gameplay revolves around leading colourful shapes through an array of tricky platforming levels, with over three-hundred to play through in total. It’s simple, but looks fun. It’s available today on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Atari VCS.

Check out the launch trailer below: