This PS5 exclusive drops players onto a future Earth devastated by an environmental catastrophe. You’ll spend your time searching for resources to equip and upgrade your airship base while you hunt for a cure for a deadly illness. It will offer solo and 2- to 4-player co-op gameplay. While there’s no word on a VR version, it looks well suited to the first-person medium.
MetaBallStudios offers a fun take on size comparison videos. By putting viewers in the body of a virtual human, we get to see how mechs might look roaming around Earth. They start with Emmet’s diminutive Constructo-o-Mech from The LEGO Movie and work their way up to the massive, city-stomping Super Galaxy Gurren Lagann.
This tense “walking simulator” from Kotake Create drops players into a seemingly-endless subway, where they must wander its tiled hallways to find a way out. The game’s instructions read simply: Don’t overlook any anomalies; If you find anomalies, turn back immediately; If you don’t find anomalies, do not turn back; To go out from Exit 8.
Have you ever thought it might be cool to be a bartender? This GoPro video from Fallow Restaurant bar managers Markus and Chris provides a first-person view of life behind the bar during a sunny summer day at the popular London dining and drinking spot. We can only imagine what it’s like when it’s really busy.
Recently, we checked out an awesome K’nex version of Cedar Point’s Steel Vengeance roller coaster. Due to popular demand, its maker, Venomeater123, captured video footage of the ride from the point of view of a rider. In case you’re wondering, here’s what it looks like on the actual ride.
This first-person puzzler owes more than a little to the Portal franchise. Though instead of opening up portals to solve puzzles, the objective is to put objects and the environment back the way it was by reversing time. And instead of Wheatley, you get a sassy talking gun. Coming to Steam, PS4, PS5, and Xbox later in 2022.
The last time we checked in on Stray, we were wowed by its environments. Now we have a look at how it plays. In the game, you play a lost kitty who must navigate a mysterious city on a quest to find its home. Along the way, you’ll encounter puzzling obstacles, wave after wave of fast-moving enemies… and furniture to claw.
(Gore) Originally pitched on Kickstarter in 2017, this first-person horror adventure looks like someone splattered guts all over a spaceship designed by H.R. Giger. While this 13-minute gameplay trailer is short on story, it’s got creepy environments, squishy sounds, and tension for days. Coming to Xbox Series X/S and Windows PC in 2021.