Hue is out now for the PS4, XB1, and Steam (Windows, Mac, & Linux).
Nebulous is also out today for the PC, PS4, Mac, and Oculus Rift. Nebulous is a sci-fi puzzle game that will eventually support the PlayStation VR.
Players guide Astronaut Dash Johnson through massive maze-like levels familiar to anyone who has played the board game Mouse Trap or knows the art of Rube Goldberg.

The helpless Johnson begins every stage in a fixed position. To help the interplanetary explorer through each puzzle, players position objects like conveyor belts, gravity altering devices and space rocks before dropping Johnson into the level, letting gravity take its course and hoping the items they placed can help guide him to the exit.
God Eater 2: Rage Burst is also out today for the PS4, Vita, and PC via Steam.
Mafia II, which is now available digitallyArmello, is now out on the Xbox One for $19.99 (USD).

Fallout 4's Nuka-WorldThe Turing Test is also out today on PC and XB1. In case you somehow forgot, we have a review up for this puzzle filled adventure.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is also out now in the Americas and Europe for the PS4 ($49.99) and Vita ($39.99).
In Project DIVA X, everyone's favorite digital singer and her friends must complete various requests as they explore the five Clouds (Classic, Cool, Cute, Elegant, and Quirky) that make up their world. With 30+ classic and fresh new music tracks, help Miku sing/dance harder, better, faster, and stronger than ever before! As you go around the world, you'll unlock hundreds of new modules (costumes) and accessories that'll assist in quest completion and keep Miku shining like a star. If you're more of a behind-the-scenes, technologic, type, the Concert Editor mode is just the thing for you. Produce your own spectacular concerts with collected songs, stages, modules, and accessories, and have the crowd shouting "one more time!" The life of a digital diva is a tough one, but with your help Hatsune Miku can tear up the stage like never before.