Train2Game News Future Games Show Spring Showcase

The Future Games Show: Spring Showcase brought to you by GamesRadar+ returns on March 24 with a tantalizing look at some of the most exciting games coming this year.

The show will feature over 40 games, including eight never-before-seen world exclusives from publishers such as Frontier Foundry, Nacon and an upcoming games showcase from Team17.
 

The show will be broadcast on Thursday, March 24 at 15:00 PDT / 18:00 EDT / 22:00 GMT on Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and GamesRadar.

Featuring a mix of world premieres, developer interviews, trailers and new announcements, highlighting the best upcoming games on PS5, Xbox Series X, Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC.
 

Daniel Dawkins, Content Director of Games and Film at Future said:
 

“The Future Game Show is back for 2022 and our new Spring Showcase event will be a truly multi-format experience showcasing the most exciting up-and-coming titles of 2022. Join us as we reveal some incredible new games, chat to the developers behind the scenes, and take a first look at new exclusive gameplay from some of 2022’s most hotly anticipated new releases.”
 

Look out for more exciting announcements about the Future Games Show: Spring Showcase in the coming weeks via the GamesRadar Twitter and just-launched Future Games Show Twitter channels, including the much-anticipated hosting details, and daily game reveals.
 

The Future Game Show is GamesRadar’s premiere digital games showcase, last year its three shows reached over 70 million views. The Spring Showcase will be the first of three shows planned for 2022, with additional shows planned for the Summer and Autumn.

Train2Game News Fleshy Puzzler Struggling Out Now

Frontier Foundry, the publishing label of Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV, ‘Frontier’) today announced that award-winning co-op platformer Struggling, developed by the Montreal-based studio Chasing Rats Games, is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Players will join our fleshy hero, Troy, on his epic quest to seek out legendary Abomination Gods. Choose to tackle the adventure solo or, for the ultimate struggle, bring in a local co-op partner and independently control our outrageous champion’s limbs.

With a unique attention-grabbing art style that fuses elements of comedy and horror, Struggling immerses players in a hilarious but unsettling world; escape from sinister labs, scale gigantic canyons and even float through feverish hyper-dreams. Along the way, our loose-limbed protagonist will need to solve increasingly challenging physics-based puzzles using momentum and inertia to vault pools of unmentionable waste, operate a concerning amount of heavy machinery and explore every crevice in the search for stylish collectable hats.

Troy isn’t destined to simply wave his arms about wildly. As the saga unfolds, our champion of the bizarre will mutate as any self-respecting experiment should, unlocking a range of game-changing powers to navigate increasingly tricky environments. These new skills include time-slowing to dodge fast-moving hazards (or grab onto them, why not enjoy the ride after all?), detachable arms for those tight spaces, and the ability to graft his appendages to the environment to operate switches or simply give himself a hand!

Struggling is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam. For more information, visit Struggling’s official website at struggling-game.com.