Screenshot of the Owl Graveyard from Ori and the Will of the Wisps

While Ori and the Will of the Wisps is by no means a new announcement, you might be interested to hear that this lovely metroidvania will be coming to PC and Xbox One in 2019. As you'll see in the trailer down below, the gameplay appears to be a slightly improved version of the original's, though more interestingly, the already stunning visuals have somehow managed to become even better than before!

So if you're up for a bit of a sneak peek at what Ori and the Will of the Wisps has to offer, here's the most recent trailer as well as the one from last year's E3. Have a gander, they're both beyond lovely to look at:

Screenshot of the game Tunic and its adorable little fox protagonist

Tunic is a newly announced action-RPG that will have you explore a massive world, delve through various lengthy dungeons, and naturally, fight a whole host of creatures along the way with your trusty sword and shield. While there are very few details currently available, the recently posted gameplay trailer seems to point towards Tunic being heavily inspired by the Zelda series - something that only becomes more apparent when you consider the name itself is an homage to Link's iconic tunic.

But enough babbling from me, I'm sure you're wondering what Tunic actually looks and plays like. Well, wonder no more as you'll find the E3 trailer right below! Have a peek:

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom screenshot of the pig transformation

If you're up for a bit of a blast from the past, look no further than the newly revealed Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom. It is an upcoming action-platformer developed by Game Atelier, and heavily inspires by Monster Boy 3: The Dragon's Trap, which hails from the ancient times of 1989.

Much like Dragon's Trap, you will be able to transform into six different animals in order to solve environmental puzzles, beat up enemies, and naturally, hunt down numerous secrets. There will also be a variety of weapons and items to obtain, either throughout the levels or purchased in shops, which should go a long way towards making the gameplay fresh and interesting for many hours to come. After all, if you get bored of one playstyle you can just transform into something else entirely!

Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course artwork and logo

If you can't get enough of Cuphead's delightful art style, or the punishment it dishes out in droves, I'm sure you'll be interested to hear that the developers have now announced a DLC, or rather a Delicious Last Course! You can expect to see Ms. Chalice as a brand new character with her own unique abilities, new weapons and charms, and naturally, a whole bunch of new and devious bosses to endlessly retry.

Since it's probably a criminal act to talk about Cuphead and not show off its animation, allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer. It's not exactly long, but it'll give you a pretty decent idea of what to expect from the upcoming DLC. Have a peek:

Indivisible screenshot of a rather nicely drawn temple

Indivisible is an upcoming RPG/platformer hybrid from Lab Zero Games, the studio behind the rather excellent Skullgirls. As you might imagine from that brief description alone, Indivisible will send you on a world-spanning adventure filled with companions to meet, abilities to master, and enemies to pound into the dirt. That last part is perhaps the most important since Lab Zero Games announced that they will be taking all they've learned from Skullgirls to create a combat system with a great amount of depth and a variety.

If you're wondering how all of that might translate into gameplay, as well as what Indivisible's visuals are like, you'll find the recently posted E3 trailer right below. Have a look, it's a fairly short but sweet video:

Sea of Solitude official artwork showing a giant monster

In the world of Sea of Solitude, people are slowly turning into monsters. Our protagonist, a young woman by the name of Kay, is undergoing such a process herself, her hopelessness and loneliness twisting her body beyond recognition. The goal, as you can probably guess, is going to be to explore the ruined world, find out what exactly is happening, as well as if it can be reverted at all.

Since I'm sure all of this sounds like pure nonsense, allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer. It's a rather beautiful yet haunting video, so I'd highly recommend you check it out. Have a look:

Unravel 2 official screenshot of the two Yarnies helping each other out

It's been obvious for a couple of days now that EA is planning to fully unravel (sorry) Unravel 2 at E3 2018, so it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise to hear that they have now done just that. What might come as a bit of a shocker, however, is that they then proceeded to announce that Unravel 2 is already available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4! And no, I'm not actually joking. You can play it right now!

What might be of even greater interest is the simple fact that Unravel 2 has a co-op mode where you and your partner are tethered together by (you guessed it) a string of yarn. It's only local co-op so it's unfortunately a bit limited in that respect, but from what I've seen at E3 it appears to be pretty darn enjoyable regardless. If you're wondering why that is so, allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer. Have a gander, it's quite lovely: