Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 official artwork and logo

If you're in the mood for a cooking and restaurant management game that takes things in a bit of a different (and strange) direction, you might want to check out the newly launched Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3. And when I say strange, I really do mean that as Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 take place in the post-apocalypse and features attacks from rival cooking gangs!

Since I'm aware that sounds like a whole load of nonsense, allow me to also share with you the recently posted launch trailer. It'll clue you in quite quickly on just what Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 has to offer:

Axiom Verge 2 official screenshot of a gun-drone

If you were hoping to get your hands on Axiom Verge 2 this year, I'm afraid I bring some bad news. In a fairly lengthy announcement, the one and only developer Tom Happ revealed that Axiom Verge 2 has been delayed until the first half of 2021, with no concrete date available just yet.

"So why is it taking so long," Happ explains. "First, the enemies in Axiom Verge 2 are much more sophisticated than those in the original Axiom Verge. Whereas in the original all of the enemies followed a set path, in Axiom Verge 2 some enemies scan the environment for you, and if they detect you, they’ll give chase."

Amnesia: Rebirth official artwork and logo

[Update]: Amnesia: Rebirth has now been unleashed for PC and PS4, and unsurprisingly, it's pretty much the original game with new content and a few extra bells and whistles.

Ten years have gone by since Amnesia: The Dark Descent brought a breath of fresh air into the horror genre, and now its newest sequel Amnesia: Rebirth is rearing up to do the same. Whether it will succeed or not, we'll find out soon enough as Amnesia: Rebirth will be launching on October 20, 2020 for Steam, GOG, Epic Games Store and PlayStation 4.

As for what exactly you can expect to see in terms of storytelling, as well as what kind of environments you'll be running away from monsters in, that you can find out through the freshly posted preview. Have a peek, it's a rather nice one:

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 official artwork with logo

[Update]: Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 has launched from Early Access alongside some excellent reviews.

After spending slightly under a year in Steam's Early Access program, the oddly post-apocalyptic restaurant management game Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 is now nearly ready for prime time. You can expect to see it release in full this October 14th for PC, Mac, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, while the PlayStation 4 and Amazon Luna versions will be following in their tracks shortly after.

Once version 1.0 arrives you'll be able to explore a lengthy singleplayer or co-op campaign, mess around with plenty of upgrades for both your food catalog and heavily armored truck, as well as use a variety of cosmetics to probably cover up all of the bullet holes from rival attacks. If that sounds completely insane for what is essentially a cooking and management game, you would be correct, but it is also what gives Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 a good bit of charm and personality!

Fall Guys artwork for the Season 2 update

[Update]: Fall Guys' devs have released a sneak peek at the upcoming Season 3 update.

When it comes to silly party games, and this includes Fall Guys, things are always the most entertaining when nobody knows what's coming up next and how to best navigate each obstacle. As soon as people master the various stages and develop optimal strategies, things quickly turn sour as players have a nasty tendency to optimize the fun away from the whole experience.

In order to avoid this, as well as to keep the gameplay as fresh as possible, Fall Guys' Season 2 update has now brought in a rather sizable batch of new content. Expect to see four new maps filled with medieval mayhem (with more coming soon), a variety of new obstacles to overcome or simply annoy your friends with, and naturally, a whole host of new cosmetics including wizards, knights and dragons!

The Falconeer official artwork with logo

[Update]: The Steam Game Festival has returned once more to showcase a bunch of new and upcoming indie games!

If you don't follow indie games all that frequently, yet you still like giving them a try if the concept seems unique enough, you might want to check out the newly launched Autumn Steam Game Festival. As the name would suggest, the Steam Game Festival is all about highlighting unique and interesting indie games, as well as giving players a chance to personally try many of them through the freely available demos.

The Steam Game Festival will last until October 13th, so you should have plenty of time to browse through the games and see if anything piques your curiosity. And if you have a bit of free time, you can also check out the various developer previews, gameplay overviews and interviews that will be streamed on a daily basis.

Overcooked! 2 artwork and logo for the new Moon Harvest update

While Overcooked! 2 is already stuffed to the brim with content, I am pleased to say that the developers have decided to jam in another sizable free update! The freshly baked Moon Harvest festival brings with it five new and seasonally decorated kitchens, lily pads as a new kitchen hazard to annoy your (former) friends with, as well as three new recipes for various types of mooncake.

You can get a pretty good idea of what all of this new content looks like in-game, as well as get a horrifying glimpse at how much chaos some of the new maps will cause, through the recently posted trailer. Have a peek:

Amnesia: Rebirth official artwork and logo

[Update #2]: Amnesia: Rebirth has now been unleashed for PC and PS4, and unsurprisingly, it's pretty much the original game with new content and a few extra bells and whistles.

[Update]: Amnesia: Rebirth's preview offers a closer look at the story and otherworldly environments.

Quite a few years have gone by since the original Amnesia, so if you're feeling an itch for some psychological horror, you'll be happy to hear that the sequel is just around the corner. To be more specific, Amnesia: Rebirth will be launching this October 20th on Steam, GOG, Epic Game Store and PlayStation 4.

As for what exactly Amnesia: Rebirth has to offer, and it how it even improves upon its excellent predecessor, that you can find out through the recent and fairly lengthy gameplay preview. Have a peek:

Fall Guys Season 2 artwork showing the new cosmetics

[Update]: Fall Guys' major Season 2 update has brought in plenty of medieval mayhem!

While the recent mid-season update has added a nice bit of new stuff to keep things fresh, Fall Guys really could use some completely new content in order to bring back that feeling of chaotic excitement. Thankfully, we won't have to wait for too long for that to happen as the developers have just announced that Season 2 will begin on October 8, 2020!

You can expect to see a menagerie of medieval maps, a variety of new mechanics and challenges, new twists on old game modes, and as is tradition, a healthy does of pure chaos as everyone scrambles to 'help' each other out. There will also be a whole bunch of new cosmetics featuring things like wizards and knights, new and even wackier emotes, and all that kind of good stuff.

Spelunky 2 artwork without logo

If you're a fan of roguelikes, today is a pretty good day. Earlier in the morning The Binding of Isaac devs have released a few more tidbits of information about the massive Repentance expansion, while the classic roguelike Spelunky has just received an impressive new sequel!

As you might expect from a sequel, Spelunky 2 has taken all of the elements from the original, and then both improved and expanded upon them in a variety of ways. This means you'll see more numerous and elaborate levels, a whole assortment of new traps and enemies, new characters and items to toy around with, more branching paths and interactions, and perhaps most importantly of all, online multiplayer!