Game Informer Shines a Spooky Spotlight on WORLD OF HORROR at PAX West 2019

Game Informer’s Daniel Tack experienced the 1-bit frights of WORLD OF HORROR at PAX West 2019. The unsettling cosmic horror retro RPG from Panstasz and Ysbryd Games beckons players with haunting atmosphere and unsettling visuals for roguelite playthroughs and unexpected terrors: “With zero reliance on jump scares (as that would be pretty hard to do with the 1-bit […]

PC Gamer Sounds the Warhorns For Armello’s New Dragon Clan DLC

PC Gamer’s Shaun Prescott recently helped share the news about League of Geek’s new Armello DLC, The Dragon Clan. Armello, the grimdark digital board game starring very cute animals and very mean kings, is getting a major new update today ushering in four new characters, an all-new quest system, and more. Dubbed the Dragon Clan Update, […]

Gematsu Whispers News of Horror Adventure 3rd Eye’s Release Date And New Trailer

Gematsu’s Sal Romano recently shined a spotlight on the new trailer for UNTIES’ 2D horror adventure game, 3rd Eye, as well as its official release date for Steam. 3rd Eye, a horror adventure set in the Touhou Project universe, will launch for PC via Steam on September 30 for $14.99, followed by PlayStation 4 and Switch in Q4 2019, […]

PocketGamer Shares New Apple Arcade Addition Projection: First Light

PocketGamer recently shared the news that Projection: First Light, the illumination manipulation puzzle platformer from developer Shadowplay Studios and publisher Blowfish Studios, is now available on Apple Arcade. PocketGamer’s Cameron Bald gives a brief synopsis of what new Apple Arcade subscribers can expect from Projection: First Light: You play as a young girl called Greta. One day she […]

Wccftech Unleashes the News of Ghoul Britannia’s Early Access Release Date

Wccftech’s Chris Wray was compelled to share the news that Ghoul Britannia: Land of Hope and Gorey, a point-and-click adventure where Brexit triggers the zombie apocalypse, lurches toward Steam Early Access on Oct. 9. Wray brings up the cross-cultural collaboration at the heart of this satire: Developed by [Australian studio] Binary Space to be exact, the game will be a […]

EarthNight One of US Gamer’s Coolest Games On Apple Arcade

US Gamer’s Caty McCarthy’s covered the launch of Cleaversoft’s EarthNight on the AppleArcade for iOS, Apple TV and Mac, naming it one of their favorite titles on the new platform. McCarthy had nothing but praise for hand-drawn action platformer set during the dragon apocalypse: Earthnight has a look to it. (I mean really, look at the […]

World Of Horror Earns Praise From Paste Magazine at PAX West 2019

Paste Magazine’s Holly Green had a lot of kind things to say about indie games at PAX West 2019, but Ysbryd Games‘ World of Horror ended up on her “Best Games of PAX West 2019” list. Green had this to say about her experience with the 8-bit horror demo: This game is so unbelievably sick it […]

Polygon Shares News of Killer Queen Black’s October 11 Launch Date on Nintendo Switch and PC

Polygon’s Owen Good shared the buzz that the indie arcade hit, Killer Queen Black by Liquid Bit and BumbleBear Games, will be flying into homes on October 11 via Nintendo Switch, Discord Nitro, and Steam. Good provided some history into the original arcade version of Killer Queen: The original Killer Queen was developed by Bugbear Games for New York […]

International Game Developers Association Statement About Gun Violence And Video Games Featured in TIME Magazine

A TIME Magazine article titled “No, Video Games Don’t Cause Mass Shootings. But The Conversation Shouldn’t End There” featured a statement by Renee Gittins, executive director of the International Game Developers Association. “Blaming video games distracts from the broader issues at hand. There is an overwhelming amount of research that finds there is no evidence linking video […]