I'm always looking for new games. Whether I actually play them or not is different story. You have to start somewhere, though, so here are some of my more recent discoveries of upcoming games and games you can play today:

  • Awkward couch multiplayer is the best couch multiplayer. Push Me Pull You stretches a couple of human centipedes... wait, I should stop. We should just play this though instead of describing it. It's out on PS4 now and coming to PC/Mac/Linux this summer.
* Before DOOM rewrote history again, **Hard Reset** was one of the best examples of a return to form for arcade-style FPS games. It's fast with plenty of fun guns and robot bits to explode in a cyberpunk future. It's also getting the [redux treatment](https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2016/05/19/when-does-hard-reset-redux-come-out/) at 60fps and 1080p on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on June 3rd.
  • My god, Planet Coaster terrifies me. It's going to be the roller coaster / theme park simulator that devours us all.

  • Keita Takahashi, the designer behind Katamari Damacy (and Noby Noby Boy), apparently has number of new projects in active development. The first is an augmented reality (AR) game called Woorld because who doesn't need his adorable creations closer to real life? There's also the lovable Wattam coming out later this year. You can check out the other two projects on Funomena's blog.


  • Polygon is calling Death Road to Canada "FTL with zombies." The world needs more FTL experiences and zombies remain a bit unpredictable so that math works for me. Coming to PC in July.

  • I'm surprised it took this long to get a crazy physics simulation based on the runaway bus from Speed. And of course Devolver Digital would publish this game because why wouldn't they? Omnibus looks like a good fun ride and its out this week (May 26th) on PC.

If you have any other discoveries of your own, let me know in the comments.