RimWorld official screenshot of a jungle base

RimWorld is one of those games that are heavily inspired by Dwarf Fortress, which should immediately let you know what depths of complexity, creativity, strategy and madness lie within. What you might not expect is that the premise is remarkably simple - all you have to do is keep your small band of survivors alive for long enough to construct a rocket with which they can escape the hellhole of a planet they have found themselves on. What could possibly go wrong?

Unsurprisingly, the answer is pretty much everything. Your characters are probably going to go crazy and start beating the ever-living daylight out of each other because they're constantly cooped up in small houses, frequent bandit raids and bizarre random events will leave many of your favorite characters with significant and long-lasting wounds, while harsh environmental conditions will often force your survivors to resort to some... creative methods in order to find stuff to eat.

Diluvion: Resubmerged screenshot of a gigantic crab in the distance

Diluvion: Resubmerged is a submarine action-exploration game set in a world where a cataclysmic flood has rendered the surface uninhabitable, thus forcing humanity to carve a new live for itself in the depths of the sea. In order to survive you will need to carefully manage your resources, assemble a highly competent crew that will also work well together, plunder the ruins of the old world through a variety of RPG-lite scenarios, and naturally, engage in good ol' fashioned submarine warfare with pirates and sea creatures that lurk in the darkness.

If you're wondering what all of this might look like in actual gameplay, allow me to share with you the recently posted launch trailer. Have a good look, if for no other reason than the excellent visual direction:

Pathfinder: Kingmaker official artwork without logo

Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a newly released isometric RPG with a bit of a twist on the classic formula. Instead of simply wondering the land in search of adventure, glory and loot, you will be tasked with establishing your very own kingdom in the unsurprisingly hostile Stolen Lands. To do this you will need to recruit various companions, deal with all of the local threats, establish a trade hub in the middle of nowhere, and naturally, engage in good ol' fashioned politics.

While the recently posted launch trailer doesn't exactly go in-depth on any of these features, it should still give you a decent idea of what to expect. So if you're itching for a new RPG to dive into, have a look at what Pathfinder: Kingmaker brings to the table:

Depth of Extinction screenshot of giant robots firing lasers

Depth of Extinction is a newly released turn-based tactics RPG that's all about exploring an underwater world filled with randomized storylines and missions, as well as engaging in XCOM 2 styled combat should anything ever do something as silly as stand in your way. As far as your loyal soldiers are concerned, you will be able to choose from 10 different classes, each of which come with their own unique skillset which you can then further enhance through a variety of armor and weapons.

It's a rather familiar concept, but if you're curious about how Depth of Extinction manages to translate all of it into gameplay, allow me to share with you the recently posted launch trailer. Have a look, it's a fairly short video:

Battlerite Royale artwork showing Freya jumping into action

As you would assume from the name alone, Battlerite Royale is taking Battlerite's skillshot-focused gameplay away from the relatively small arenas and into the wide-open world filled with new items to loot, abilities to acquire and upgrade, as well as enemies to clobber over the head with said abilities. A fairly simple concept, but there is a great deal of depth to it given that it's all based around Battlerite's excellent combat system.

That said, if you're wondering how all of this translates into gameplay, as well as what the new map looks like, allow me to share with you the recently posted launch trailer. It's not exactly long, but it will give you a pretty good idea of what to expect from Battlerite Royale, so check it out:

Distance game screenshot of a colorful and futuristic city

After six years in development and more than three years in Steam Early Access, the highly atmospheric and extremely stylish racing-platformer Distance has now finally been released in full. Expect to see futuristic cars fly through the air and drive upside down, tracks that seem to have a very casual relationship with gravity, as well as a whole bunch of obstacles to overcome at high speed... or simply crash into for the fun of it!

Since trying to explain these types of games through words alone is pretty much a pointless venture, allow me to show you the recently posted launch trailer. It'll tell you just about everything you need to know about Distance and its gameplay. Have a look, the visuals really are quite lovely:

Parkasaurus official artwork and logo

If you found yourself disappointed with the recent Jurassic World Evolution and you're currently looking for something else to fill to void, you might want to check out the freshly released Parkasaurus. As you would imagine from something called Parkasaurus, it's a bright and colorful dinosaur park management sim that will ask of you to not only construct fabulous (and extremely profitable) exhibits, but also ensure that each and ever single dinosaur is well cared for.

You can get a pretty decent idea of what all of this looks like in-game through one of the latest trailers down below. It's not exactly a long video, so I would highly recommend checking it out as Parkasaurus is quite adorable! Have a gander: