Simon attempts to turn the tables on video nothing boy, Bratterz by selecting a game for him to play for a video.
As part of an expedition sent to find a home beyond Earth, lead your people into a new frontier, explore and colonize an alien planet and create a new civilization in space.
Jim checks out this abstract procedural racer, and challenges Dave Scammell to a few laps. The game is currently available on Steam early-access.
More blood-soaked gameplay from this autumn's brutal sequel.
Tamriel faces annihilation. Molag Bal has claimed the Imperial City while the alliances, locked in a bitter conflict with one another, struggle to seize the Ruby Throne from the clutches of Oblivion.
Chris and Dave have a lot of fun with this silly idea that ended up being a real video game.
In the style of They Might Be Giants
Be the Goat. Goat Simulator launches April 1.
Divinity: Original Sin is Larian Studio's attempt to reinvent the old-school turn based RPG. This ambitious Kickstarter funded project has been available on Steam early-access since January, so Jim decided to see how it was coming along.
Suda51's action game slashes onto PC in May with a brand new Nightmare difficulty mode.
Need For Speed: Shift developer Slightly Mad Studios races into the massively multiplayer online world with a new free-to-play racer.
Resident Evil 4 returns to PC with enhanced visuals and 60FPS gameplay.
Who shall be named Prime Nidhogger?
Chris and Matt journey through the land of The Banner Saga, a gorgeous, story-driven strategy game from Stoic.
Matt and Chris cross swords and shout at each other in this superb "stab them with the pointy end" multiplayer game.