The E3 gaming exhibition gathers announcements from many well-known companies: the first joint presentation of Xbox and Bethesda, as well as Square Enix studio, has already taken place. Within the framework of the exhibition from the PC Gamer magazine, many interesting releases were shown - check them out.
According to the developers, RAWMEN is a "radical shooter arena" in which you will have to fight your enemies in a real kitchen. Shoot enemies with soup, attack with donut bombs: "we took the best from the idea of throwing food," the developers say. In addition, you can also create your own unique character by customizing his appearance.
They Always Run
In a 2-D game from the Alawar studio, you play as Aiden, a three-armed mutant who hunts the most dangerous criminals in the entire galaxy. For the heads of some you will take money, and for the heads of others - invaluable information that will help you move further along the plot. Based on the description of the game on Steam, we are waiting for a quirky plot that "will surprise no less than the third hand of the mercenary from under the cloak."
FAR: Lone Sails
The depressing and meditative game FAR: Lone Sails will immerse you in a world after a disaster, in which your hero has to find a new home amid the ruins. Travel the world with your own ship, solve puzzles and keep hope for salvation. Interestingly, the first version of the game was released back in 2018, having won success among critics - now, FAR: Lone Sails is its "spiritual successor", as noted by the developers.
Next Space Rebels
Build your own comic rockets in Next Space Rebels! In addition to an excellent rocket design simulator, you will have to face the story around the Next Space Rebels group, which requires the world community to "open space for everyone." Whether you join this radical group, or continue on your own path, it is entirely up to you. The developers promise us a unique creative simulator where you can create absolutely any rocket: the trailer shows that you can even use a teddy pink bear for construction.
Soulstice is "a fantasy growing up story with a dynamic storyline" that some critics have dubbed "a shameless clone of Souls." However, according to the developers themselves, they draw inspiration not only from the Dark Souls series of games, but also use elements of classic 80's anime, as well as elements of the mechanics of the Devil May Cry games. In Soulstice you have to play as two sisters, on whom the salvation of the whole world depends. Using their powers, you will face enemies-monsters, as well as the problems of growing up two heroines.
Lemnis Gate will take place in a time loop in which you will have the chance to play as several characters in turn to complete the quest. According to the developers, you will have only 25 seconds for each player, so you will have to use your powers to the maximum. The game will be released in August, but a beta version will be available in July, which can be played by players on all available platforms.