IGN Goes Hands-On with Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

During their most recent episode of Nintendo Voice Chat, IGN’s Nintendo team shared their impressions on Prideful Sloth’s Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. Brian Altano and Filip Miucin, the hosts of Nintendo Voice Chat, commended Yonder for its combination of adventure and crafting with a relaxing atmosphere. They noted that this distinct combination allows for an “incredibly chill” […]

Finder Names City of Brass a Sleeper Hit

Finder.com.au recently posted their review of City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired, first-person rogue-lite from the BioShock veteran developers at Uppercut Games. Finder lauded the indie title, citing its challenging levels, fun whip mechanics, and addictive gameplay. They praised the indie title’s quirky sense of humor and extensive replay value, declaring it to be a […]

Destructoid Reviews FOX n FORESTS

Peter Glagowski of Destructoid recently shared his review of FOX n FORESTS, the retro platformer from publisher EuroVideo and developer Bonus Level Entertainment. Being quite familiar with FOX n FORESTS since previewing it at PAX East, Peter reviewed the title in its entirety and commended it for staying true to its retro roots. He notes that it truly feels like that beloved […]

VGChartz Reports on Suda51 and NISA’s Special Announcement at MomoCon 2018

William D’Angelo of VGChartz reported on Suda51 and NIS America’s plans to make a special announcement at this year’s MomoCon. The event will take place Thursday, May 24 – Sunday, May 27, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Goichi “Suda51” Suda will host his panel “Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture’s 20th Anniversary Spectacular”  on Saturday, […]

Game Informer Shares VA-11 HALL-A’s PS4 and Nintendo Switch Reveal

Game Informer’s Suriel Vazquez shared the news that VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action, the booze em’up with more than 200,000 copies sold on Steam from Ysbryd Games and Sukeban Games, will head to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch early next year. Game Informer’s very own Joe Juba reviewed it for Steam back in 2016 and gave it an 8 out […]

Polygon Investigates the Spoils of Delinquency in Co-op Horror The Blackout Club

Polygon’s Owen Good spoke with Question co-founer Jordan Thomas to discuss the multiplayer focus and unique mechanics of the studio’s upcoming co-op horror title, The Blackout Club. As players take and complete missions out in the town, they will inevitably have to do things like pick locks, kick in doors or even knock someone out […]

Destructoid Finds Tranquility in Introspective Puzzler Solo

Destructoid’s Peter Glagowski reviewed Solo, the introspective puzzler from Team Gotham set on a gorgeous and surreal archipelago. In addition to enjoying the sights and sounds, Glagowski specifically focused on how Solo asks the player to be honest about their own real-life relationships: I did learn a bit about myself, though. As I’ve known for quite some time […]

GameSpot Features City of Brass as a Can’t Miss Title from PAX East

GameSpot’s Tony Wilson named City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, a can’t miss game at PAX East. Watch the video below for Tony’s rundown on how City of Brass works and a glimpse at its captivating Arabian Nights-themed world. City of Brass is now available on Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox […]

“Get Rich Or Die Trying” Game Informer Reviewed City of Brass

Game Informer’s Javy Gwaltney reviewed City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, and enjoyed hunting treasure in the cursed city. In his review, Javy explained how City of Brass takes notes from many of the traditional elements expected from the rogulike genre. Players should practice patience, learn […]

VG247 Muses on Ion Maiden’s Use of the Build Engine

VG247’s Sherif Saed reported on 3D Realms and Voidpoint’s use of old-school tech to create its new FPS, Ion Maiden. Powered by the Build Engine, the same tools that powered such classics as Duke Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior, and Blood, Ion Maiden looks like those games on the surface but is more capable under the hood. As a result, Ion […]