It's finally here.
Let's explore some space.
No Man's Sky (PC, PS4)
What is it? A procedurally generated game about exploring space and reaching the centre of the universe. Should you care? People probably care too much. The hype around this is suffocating. But it'll still be fun, if you can keep your expectations in check.
What is it? A dungeon crawler that uses ASCII graphics as the basis for its aesthetic. Should you care? This could be a fun couch co-op game, or a complete wash. Not sure which.
What is it? A multiplayer game about fighting robots. Should you care? Only if you want something new for your next game night. It could be fun to mix in.
Emily Wants To Play (PS4)
What is it? Another survival indie horror game. Should you care? It's another survival indie horror game.
What is it? UNO. The card game. This shouldn't require explanation. Should you care? You probably don't but you'll buy it anyway. It's UNO.
Ray Gigant (PC)
What is it? The PC port of a JRPG dungeon crawler. Should you care? Not if you don't like JRPGs. It does some interesting things, mind you.
Caladrius Blaze (PS4)
What is it? A side scrolling Japanese shooter, complete with English subtitles. Should you care? Nah.
Indigo Prophecy (PS4)
What is it? A PS4 re-release of the beloved PS2 adventure game. Should you care? The screeners on the PS Blog makes me wonder how this will actually go in widescreen.
OlliOlli Epic Combo Edition (PS4)
What is it? A digital double-deal with the first and second OlliOlli games, as well as the soundtrack and some making-of docos. Should you care? If you did, you'd probably own both games already. They've been out for a while.
What is it? A VR game about solving riddles with only a butterfly as your guide. Should you care? I'd pull the trigger, but I don't own a VR headset at home.
What is it? Interactive adventure about two brothers in the military, set 20 years before the Civil War. Should you care? This could actually be quite good, but it'll probably get completely ignored this week.
What is it? 3D platformer involving physics, gravity and what looks like a variety of balls, marbles, tyres, and what not. Should you care? There was a puzzle last year about pushing a ball around. This game seems like it's for fans of that.
Did we miss anything, or will you all just be playing No Man's Sky? Let us know in the comments!