It’s May! You know what that means? That’s right, this is the month where we have to do our best to ignore the vampiric, ten foot-tall elephant in the room – not to mention her many, many admirers – and think about other videogames. Of course we’re very excited about the upcoming Resident Evil Village release date, but May’s got a ton of treats in store for PC gamers who don’t want to be stepped on, choked by, or otherwise maimed at the hands of Lady Dimitrescu.
Every month we trawl through our inboxes, dig through Steam’s messy ‘Popular Upcoming’ list, and preview a bunch of hidden gems in order to bring you a list of the month’s best indie games. April’s selection still looms large in the rear-view mirror, so you can check that out here in case you need to add any more game’s to your Steam backlog.
This month we’ve got skateboarding endless runners, winemaking simulation games, motorway management games, point-and-click adventure games, god-slaying action-RPGs, and more. So join us as we pick through our top indie prospects of the month.