Small, but good: that's the selection of games on offer this week. The first episode of Telltale's Batman series leads the way. ABZU could be a surprise sleeper hit, and after last week's snafu This Is The Police is finally launching on Steam.
Of course, most people are eagerly waiting Until No Man's Sky next week. But there's still plenty of fun to be had here.
ABZU (PC, PS4)
What is it? A game about exploring an underwater environment from the art director of Journey. Should you care? If you had any affection for Journey, Flower or walking simulators, then 200% yes. Go watch the trailer again if you're not sure.
Batman: The Telltale Series (PC, PS4, XB1)
What is it? A new series about the Batman from Telltale, focusing a little more on Bruce Wayne than normal. Should you care? This should be fun, but I can see people waiting until the whole series is out.
Overcooked (PC, PS4, XB1)
What is it? A couch co-op game about cooking. Should you care? Been looking for something new to add to game nights? This looks fantastic.
Tricky Towers (PC, PS4)
What is it? A multiplayer game about building towers with tetrominoes. Should you care? Could be fun for a games night, but otherwise not.
Cannon Brawl (PS4)
What is it? An RTS about piloting an airship and firing artillery. Should you care? It's been out on PC for a while. It didn't do great there, which probably says a lot for an RTS.
Gal Gun: Double Peace (PS4, Vita)
What is it? The special edition of the game comes with a pair of underpants that double as a "screen cleaner". You can control "pheromone shots" at schoolgirls. Should you care? EB pulled the games from its shelves. If you do care, you'll have to find a way to buy it digitally.
Breach & Clear: Deadline (PS4)
What is it? A tactical strategy game about clearing out infected monsters. Should you care? Nope.
What is it? A PC port of an RTS that first launched on the Wii. Should you care? I genuinely have no idea what to make of this.
What is it? An indie CCG with a story that's inspired by Neuromancer and Blade Runner. Should you care? Neuromancer and Blade Runner are the right words to say. Chances are it'll probably be ordinary, but I'm intrigued nonetheless.
What is it? A strategy/adventure about a police chief's last 100 days on the force. Should you care? Absolutely.
Anything catch your eye? Did we miss something above? Let us know in the comments.