Sea Horizon released last fall on the PC and Switch, and is a week away from releasing on the other major consoles. The game piqued my interest with the trailer below, marrying turn based card combat with random dice roles and incorporating RPG and rogue-like elements on a hex world map. There's a lot going on there, and I'm looking forward to jumping in to prep an upcoming review. I think personally, what has me most interested is to see how the dice/cards interact in combat, what the multiple character unlocks do to change the game on runs with new heroes, and how the resource management of balancing attributes like hunger and health play out.
Sea Horizon is available now for PC and Switch, and is coming on July 12th for PS4/PS4 and Xbox One/Series X|S. It's $15 on the Nintendo store and I'm guessing it will be the same on PS Store and in Xbox Marketplace but at the moment the store pages for each don't yet show the actual release date let alone a price. Usually it's also $15 on PC but it is currently on sale for less than $5 on Steam.