Kotaku Reports on Ion Maiden’s Debut on Steam and Use of the Build Engine

Kotaku’s Luke Plunkett reported on Ion Maiden, the old-school first-person shooter from 3D Realms and Voidpoint, coming to Steam Early Access. Plunkett specifically mentioned that “unlike a load of modern games that are built to look like they’re using old tech, [Ion Maiden] actually is: it’s built on the Build Engine, which ran everything from Duke Nukem 3D to Shadow […]

Rock Paper Shotgun Covers Super Daryl Deluxe Release Date Announcement

Rock Paper Shotgun’s Dominic Tarason covered the release date announcement for Super Daryl Deluxe, the RPGvania with a brawler-style combat system and hand-drawn comic aesthetic from Dan & Gary Games, coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC April 10, 2018. Dominic compared the combat in Super Daryl Deluxe to classics from the Nintendo DS era before going on […]

WCCF Tech Shares IGDA’s Thoughts on Violence in Video Games

With recent gun control debates leading to placing blame on video games, Alessio Palumbo of WCCF Tech shared the IGDA‘s thoughts on the matter. The facts are very clear – no study has shown a causal relationship between playing video games and gun violence. The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) is the largest non-profit membership […]

ComicBook.com Reports Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is Coming to Nintendo Switch

Tyler Fischer of Comicbook.com recently shared that Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, the relaxing open-world adventure from Prideful Sloth, is coming to Nintendo Switch with an exclusive photo mode! Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, an open-world adventure game from developer Prideful sloth, was just this morning announced for the Switch. Notably, the Nintendo Switch version will feature a […]

Touch Arcade Reports on Armello’s Worldwide Launch on the App Store

Carter Dotson of Touch Arcade recently shared that League of Geek’s Armello is now available worldwide on the App Store. Mobile gamers can hop right into Armello’s deep strategy battles for free! Carter also touched on its pay model, which offers optional subscriptions that grant access to all of the game’s content. He commended League of Geeks on their […]

Engadget Reports on Cooperative Paranormal Horror Mystery The Blackout Club

Jon Fingas of Engadget reported on the reveal of Question‘s cooperative paranormal horror mystery The Blackout Club, focusing on the fact that the game lets players share their scares instead of the usually solitary experience found in horror games. Many horror games are solitary affairs — a little odd when horror movies are frequently shared experiences. Why not make games which […]

Gamasutra Reports on 3D Realms’ Ion Maiden

Emma Kidwell of Gamasutra reported on 3DRealms‘ newest title, Ion Maiden, and how the team resurrected the engine they used to create Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior in the 90s. Emma quoted Josh Olin, formerly VP of publishing at 3D Realms, on why the retro look and feel of Ion Maiden is so special. What’s […]

Destructoid Reviews Immortal Redneck: “Just [Dang] Fun”

Destructoid‘s Chris Carter reviewed Immortal Redneck, the Egyptian-themed first-person shooter with roguelike elements from Crema, awarding the game an 8/10! If you end up biting it you’ll start all over, spend your earnings on stat increases and upgrades, and start again. It’s a roguelike, there’s no doubt. But the way that Redneck plays is just [dang] fun. It’s like […]

Game Informer Shares Super Daryl Deluxe Release Date, Details Combat

Game Informer’s Joey Thurmond shared the release date announcement for Super Daryl Deluxe, the RPGvania with a brawler-style combat system and hand-drawn comic aesthetic from Dan & Gary Games, coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC April 10, 2018. Joey went on to explain the combat system in Super Daryl Deluxe, drawing a comparison between it […]

SegmentNext Reports on IGDA Executive Director’s MSNBC Appearance

IGDA executive director Jen MacLean appeared on MSNBC after President Trump’s meeting on video games and gun violence, SegmentNext reports. “There are two things to consider here,” said MacLean. “First, we play exactly the same games that the rest of the world plays. There’s no science to support a causal relationship between video games and […]