This is Timespinner, the next big PC indie platformer (I'd say metroidvania, but people don't like that word). It's being developed by Lunar Ray Games, a studio headed by an ex-Bungie employee, and it looks quite excellent.
Blizzard is continuing the process of sprucing up the visuals of the ageing World of Warcraft, and the next race to have their facelift shown off are the humans. Who now look like Homo sapiens, rather than Homo neanderthalensis.
An epic tale set against a (mostly) realistic take on the First World War, Valiant Hearts tells the story of a number of very nice people caught up in the events of one of humanity's most pointless and bloody struggles.
On the one hand, the care and dedication that's gone into recreating He-Man as an indie side scrolling arcade game is enough to bring a tear to my eye. On the other, as a commenter points out, "you do know that something called 'copyright' exists?"
The beautiful strategy game The Banner Saga is coming out for the iPad and Android tablets this summer, publisher Versus Evil announced this morning. In other words: soon all you Game of Thrones fans who own iPads won't have any more excuses for not trying this game out yet.
You might have missed the League Of Legends Championship Series selling out Wembley last weekend because almost exactly no one reported on it. Check out the pictures if you want to see what arena sized gaming looks like.