Disney & Marvel Games Showcase Reveal – Illusion Island

The Disney & Marvel Games showcase is live and we’ve got our second reveal! Illusion Island, featuring Mickey & Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy, is coming out sometime in 2023 on Nintendo Switch!


The showcase continues with more reveals! Stay tuned to get a first look at loads more trailers from Disney, Marvel & Lucasfilm Games properties!

Disney Announces Tron Identity

Disney just announced Tron Identity, a new game set in the Tron universe. The game is developed by Bithell Studio and will be released next year.

… That’s it. That’s all the info we have. That, and there’s a Steam page.


The showcase continues with more reveals! Stay tuned to get a first look at loads more trailers from Disney, Marvel & Lucasfilm Games properties!

Gamescom Reveal – God of Rock

Today’s stream is almost over, but here’s another world premiere: God of Rock, a rhythm-based fighting game from developer Modus Studio Brazil!


The Futures Games Show is almost over! Stay tuned for more news about fresh, fresh games!

Gamescom Reveal – Teslagrad 2

Remember Teslagrad? The 2013 puzzle metroidvania where you control a little boy in a big tower, learning to harness the power of magnetism? Well, it’s getting a sequel that seems to be bigger and better than the original! Teslagrad 2 is coming in 2023.


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Gamescom Reveal – The Great War: Western Front

A strategy game from Command & Conquer veterans set in World War I? Sounds like fun! The game is coming to PC 2023.


The Futures Games Show has only just begun! Stay tuned for more news about fresh, fresh games!

Gamescom Reveal – Edge of Sanity

Looks like Lovecraft is showing up a lot today. Edge of Sanity is… well, we don’t have much information about the game, but you play as a man stationed in Alaska struggling to maintain his sanity. The game is coming to all major platforms in 2023.


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Gamescom Reveal – Floodland

The Future Games Show continues with yet another world premiere in the form of Floodland, a survival city-building crafting game that takes places in the near dystopian future, after what seems to be a global climate apocalypse.


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Gamescom Reveal – The Case of the Golden Idol

Future Games Show continues with The Case of the Golden Idol, a pixel-art detective game where you place snippets of text in the right place to solve the case. A demo is available now on Steam.


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Gamescom Reveal – The Gap

Today’s stream, the ‘Future Games Show’, has just started and we’ve got our first world premiere: The Gap, a still pretty mysterious title from developer Label This Studio. Here’s a short description from their Steam page (wishlist now!):

The Gap tells the difficult story of one man’s struggle to find a cure for his family’s illness through the exploration of parallel realities which include memories dear to his heart, forcing him to dive deeper into his psyche.


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New Details on The Callisto Protocol From Gamescom’s Opening Night Live

While Gamescom opening night was filled to the brim with brand new game announcements, there were also some important updates shown for games we’ve already heard about, but haven’t been released yet. One such title, which we’ve already seen quite a bit of during Summer Game Fest, is The Callisto Protocol, the new Dead Space-like game being developed by Striking Distance Studios. The head of the studio, Glen Schofield, is the creator of Dead Space (you can read more about the two games’ relationship here).

Without further ado, here’s the new footage we received from Gamescom:


The New Stuff

Now, we’ve already seen a bit of gameplay earlier this year, so let’s see what this new trailer’s got for us:

  • Use telekinesis to grab boxes and smash them for loot, just like in ye’ ol’ Dead Space.
  • The player crouching when near a monster indicates there will be stealth mechanics present in combat.
  • That sneaky backstab certainly looks more useful than the panic-fueled, low-accuracy melee strikes we had in Dead Space.
  • Using telekinesis to grab a monster and use it as a meat shield is a great mechanical choice.
  • The latter half of the trailer shows what seems to be the start of a super fun, family-friendly waterpark slide, but of course it turns into a gruesome death (and we should expect nothing less!). Dead Space 2 & 3 also had their fair share of similar scripted, cinematic moments that required quick reaction to survive through.

The Callisto Protocol Release Details

The Callisto Protocol launches on December 2 this year in two different editions (regular and deluxe). It will be available on the following platforms:

  • PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5.
  • Xbox Series S/X (unclear if also Xbox One).
  • Steam and Epic Games Store for us PC gamers.

Excited for The Callisto Protocol? What do you think of this new gameplay trailer? Let us know in the comments below!