La-Mulana 2 official artwork and logo

La-Mulana 2, much like its predecessor, is a Metroidvania-styled puzzle-exploration game that doesn't hold your hand in any way. You'll be expected to dismantle complex puzzles, beat down tricky bosses, solve riddles without a helpful NPC telling you what the 'catch' is, and sometimes just try to figure out where you're supposed to go next without much in terms of hints. It's a bit of a brutal experience, but if the original La-Mulana is anything to go on, it's also one that is deeply satisfying because of how good it feels to finally beat the game at its own... well, game!

Rather than babble on, allow me to share with you the recently posted launch trailer. It'll hopefully give you a pretty good idea of just what La-Mulana 2 is all about. Have a gander:

Mothergunship official artwork and logo

Mothergunship is an upcoming indie, bullet-hell FPS with a strong focus on customization, namely the ability to craft whatever monstrosity of a gun you can possibly imagine. You can create a shotgun that fires lighting out of twelve barrels, a weapon that spews spiky balls in every direction, or just a rocket launcher so packed full of explosives that no reasonable person would ever come close to it.

Since trying to explain all of this through words alone is never going to do the system justice, allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer. It'll give you a pretty darn good idea of just how silly Mothergunship can get. Have a gander:

Death's Gambit screenshot of a boss fight on the bridge

Death's Gambit is a highly challenging action-RPG that will have you face off against overwhelmingly powerful enemies that would love nothing more than to smash you straight into the ground. In order to survive you will need to learn their attack patterns, avoid their blows, and once the opportunity presents itself, dish out a whole bunch of damage in return. Along the way you'll also be able to obtain numerous weapons and abilities, explore vast regions filled with enemies and secrets, and just enjoy the rather fetching art style.

Since words alone will never do a game like this justice, allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer. It's a fairly short video, but it should give you a pretty darn good idea of what Death's Gambit is all about. Have a gander, it really is a lovely art style:

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: