Grim Dawn is coming out of Early Access on February 25th

Before Diablo 3 or Path of Exile were ideas to get excited about there was Grim Dawn, a spiritual successor to one of the best ARPGs out there, Titan Quest. However, since Grim Dawn's team was small and worked on it during their free time the development process was extremely slow and it wasn't until they put out a Kickstarter campaign that things started picking up. 

Once the campaign was successful Grim Dawn's development sped up significantly and it appeared on Early Access soon after. Now, many years and updates later Grim Dawn is finally ready to leave Early Access and release in full. Here's the recent story trailer and a bit more information:

Devil Daggers is a stylish arena shooter

Devil Daggers is a fast paced arena shooter inspired by arcade and FPS games of old that pits you, along with some magical daggers, against hordes of unsettling demons.

Add to that a fluid and diverse movement system, a good range of attacks, difficult enemies and surprising amounts of mechanical depth and you've got yourself a small but very noteworthy game. Here's the trailer and a bit more information:

Talisman: The Horus Heresy is a Warhammer 40k themed digital board game

I'm a big fan of all things Warhammer so see a potentially interesting game came out of the license is an exciting prospect, even though I'm not really sold on the whole digital board game business

Talisman: Horus Heresy is a strategy-focused digital board game set during the cataclysmic events of the Horus Heresy that allows you and up to three more friends to relieve the most memorable battles and events that took place as either the loyalist Space Marines or Chaos addled Traitor Legions. Here's the gameplay trailer and a bit more information:

Factorio is a great indie building and management sim

Factorio is a game with a simple concept but almost infinite complexity as it tasks you with thinking up and creating fully-automated factories in order to produce increasingly more difficult items.

After being in development for over four years and selling an impressive 110,000 copies Factorio is finally ready to make the big step in to Steam Early Access. Here's the two year old trailer that managed to convince me that Factorio is in fact amazing:

STRAFE has a new exciting trailer

STRAFE is a very eccentric procedurally generated first person shooter that models its gameplay, graphics and atmosphere after the classic FPS games of 1996: Quake, Duke Nukem 3D, Strife and obviously the awe-inspiring Chex Quest.

It first appeared in the public's eye back in 2015 when the developers Pixel Titans launched a (successful) Kickstarter campaign along with with possibly one of the best video game trailers. And now, after a short absence the developers have unleashed another amazing trailer upon the world, not quite on the level of the previous one but still special in its own way:

Pinstripe is an adventure game about a minister in hell

Launching a Kickstarter is not an easy thing these days, especially if you're an indie developer, so to see a game get almost twice the requested amount in only two days is a curious sight indeed.

The game in question is Pinstripe, a bizarre but stylish action adventure made entirely by a single man, everything from the graphics to the gameplay and even sound. Here's the Kickstarter trailer that managed to convince so many to join in on the project:

Gurgamoth is a local co-op 2D fighting game

Have you ever wanted to engage in mortal combat with your friends in order to earn the favor of an uncaring and bloodthirsty elder god?

If the answer is yes you should probably seek out help, but before you go I would like to bring your attention to Gurgamoth - a local multiplayer brawler where the ultimate goal is to sacrifice your friends. Here's the trailer so you don't think I'm making all of this up:

Indie atmospheric horror Downfall is now on Steam

The Cat Lady was one of the strangest and most intriguing games I've played back in 2012. I started it up expecting a run-of-the-mill horror adventure game but rather than jump scares The Cat Lady dealt with topics such as death, suicide and the general feeling of hopelessness in a serious, mature and very compelling way.

So you can imagine my surprise when I recently realized that Downfall, in many ways a spiritual successor to The Cat Lady, has released on Steam with purely positive reviews. Here's the trailer so you can get a good whiff of the atmosphere present in Downfall:

Overfall is a turn based RPG releasing in Early Access this March

Overfall is an upcoming turn based strategy game with a healthy dose of rogue-like and RPG elements mixed in. You will have  to travel across a large world, recruit companions and deal with conflicts and issues that pop up through whichever means necessary, be that violence, dipolomacy, trickery or otherwise in order to complete your all-important quest.

After going through a successful Kickstarter campaign Overfall is now getting ready to launch in Steam Early Access this March 1st with the core gameplay fully complete. Speaking of gameplay, here's a trailer showcasing it:

The Ship: Remasted is coming to Early Access this February 15th

The Ship: Remasted is an enhanced version of the popular murder-simulator The Ship: Murder Party where through cunning, stealth and a good dose of absurdity you need to make sure your target is no more while avoiding the same fate yourself. In essence it is a more complex, and a lot funnier, version of Assassin's Creed multiplayer.

After a good bit of internal testing The Ship: Remasted is ready to dock in to Early Access tomorrow, February 15th, though keep in mind its still quite unfinished. Here's the teaser trailer and information on what the developers plan to do in the coming months: