Trailers aren’t news, but they’re sure pretty to look at it. Check out today’s trailers for The Executioner, Art Of Conquest, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, and The Wayward Isles.

The Executioner
The debut trailer for The Executioner teases a game with an interesting blend of decision making and storytelling. Players are placed in the titular role, tasked with getting a signed confession from those he is about to put to death, one way or another. The players chooses the tortures, methods of executions, and means of corpse disposal, all while attempting to make sure only the guilty are the punished and the character avatar remains sane. The inevitable Kickstarter seeks $19,000 and concludes May 23, 2017.

Art Of Conquest
Billing itself as “next step in the mobile MMORTS genre,” Art Of Conquest was announced today. The upcoming game promises players real-time control over their units in strategic combat with an in-built card system for abilities as well as large-scale battles with over 500 units on screen at once.

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School
The trailer for the “best-kept Korean horror secret in video games” has been unveiled. White Day: A Labyrinth Named School starts with a romantic gesture that goes wrong and becomes a struggle to survive as the player character and other students are locked inside their school at night, hunted by a killer janitor and haunted by the troubled souls of the dead. White Day: A Labyrinth Named School will be released in Europe and North America for PlayStation 4 in August 2017.

The Wayward Isles
The teaser trailer for a narrative-focused adventure game The Wayward Isles has been revealed. Players take the role of Scyld, an aging exile returning to the island of his birth to settle old scores and finding himself drawn into conflict with the mysterious Odd Folk. Managing his relationships with various NPCs will be the key to making progress. The game’s target for release is in 2018.