Nintendo Life blasts out Subdivision Infinity DX release date news

Nintendo Life’s Ryan Craddock feels the need for interstellar speed. Craddock recently shared the news Subdivision Infinity DX, the gorgeous and pulse-pounding space shooter from Blowfish Studios and Mistfly games, lands on consoles and PC August 8, 2019. In the post, Craddock pointed toward Subdivision Infinity DX‘s old-school inspirations and high-octane combat, writing: Inspired by the greatest space shooters […]

Eurogamer Spreads the Word, Ion Fury has a PC Release Date & Name Change

Eurogamer’s Matt Wales reported on the recent name change of Ion Maiden, the old-school, high-speed first-person shooter from Voidpoint, 3D Realms, and 1C Company, to Ion Fury to avoid legal troubles with a popular band. The news from Eurogamer also cited Ion Fury’s PC release date on Steam and GOG as Aug. 15, 2019. In […]

Rock Paper Shotgun dives into The Forgotten City at PAX East 2019

What do living statues, sinners, and time paradoxes have in common? A lot, actually, as Rock Paper Shotgun’s Katherine Castle discovered at PAX East 2019 during a demo of The Forgotten City, a time loop murder mystery, by Modern Storyteller. Castle spent 30 minutes exploring The Forgotten City before sitting down with developer Nick Pearce to discuss how the game works: […]

TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE ranks as one of Paste Games’s E3 favorites

At E3 2019, Paste Games’ Dante Douglass spent time with TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE. Douglas enjoyed what he played and declared it one of Paste’s favorites from the show. In his post, Douglas praised TMFMR, writing: Did you want more Advance Wars? This is how you get more Advance Wars. It’s a classic-style turn-based tile-based tactical battle game with cute […]

Keen leaves a lasting impression on the LA Times

There were plenty of video games at E3 2019, but only a few really resonated with the LA Times. Writing for the storied publication, Todd Martens recently shared the games that resonated with him, including Keen, a tactical turn-based puzzle adventure following 12-year-old Kim, the newly appointed guardian of her remote village, from developer Cat Nigiri and publisher UNTIES. Martens was […]

IGN Shares Details About Super 64 Ahead of its July 22 Release

IGN editor Janet Garcia recently took a look at EON’s Super 64, the first-of-its-kind, plug-and-play solution connecting the Nintendo 64 with modern televisions and monitors. Garcia points out that the beloved Nintendo console rarely looks great on modern hardware and notes that the Super 64 presents a much-needed solution for retro-gaming enthusiasts, writing: The EON Super 64 […]

GameInformer’s GI Show Features Paper Beast and its Creator Eric Chahi

GameInformer’s GI Show podcast episode 453 recently talked about game creation and the latest from Pixel Reef, Paper Beast, a playful exploration game from Eric Chahi, the legendary designer behind Another World and From Dust, coming to PSVR 2019. Jump to 2:36:00 to watch the full interview with Eric and Ben Hanson. Paper Beast comes to PlayStation […]

Forbes Features Acquisitions Incorporated in 50-word Review

Forbes’ David Ewalt recently featured a 50-word review of Acquisitions Incorporated, the first-ever official third-party Dungeons & Dragons sourcebook from Penny Arcade and Wizards of the Coast. David gave the new D&D manual an 8 out of 10 and briefly touched on just what Acquisitions Incorporated is in his 50-word review.  Acquisitions Incorporated is available now online and in hobby shops for […]

The Hollywood Reporter Digs the Colorful Action in EarthNight

The Hollywood Reporter’s Pete Keeley spent some time at E3 2019 searching for exciting indies and found Cleaversoft’s EarthNight, a gorgeous hand-painted procedurally generated platformer about the dragon apocalypse, to be a blast. Writing for THR, Pete Keeley shared some thoughts about seeing EarthNight in action, writing: Is it possible to cram literally every color visible to the human […]

GameSpot Touches Down With News of Travis Strikes Again from MomoCon 2019

GameSpot’s Eddie Makuch stopped the presses with a breaking story from MomoCon 2019, the largest event in the southeast United States for fans of video games, animation, cosplay, comics and tabletop games. Legendary game designer Suda51 of Grasshopper Manufacture announced that Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will soon touch down on PlayStation 4 and PC. Makuch reported […]