DualShockers Interviews Co-Founder of Uppercut Games Ed Orman on City of Brass

DualShockers’ Tomas Franzese sat down with Ed Orman, Co-Founder of Uppercut Games, and talked about his game City of Brass, the first-person adventure, and the Nintendo Switch indie scene. In the interview, Franzese gleaned this from Orman, highlighting his praise for Nintendo’s platform: City of Brass has also been successful on Nintendo Switch, with Uppercut Games […]

Fox News Digital Gets Nostalgic with ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove and Home Alone Star, Macaulay Culkin

Fox News Digital’s Eammonn Dignam explores ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove‘s new look and famous star joining the game, Macaulay Culkin. The funky fresh rogue-like adventure from HumaNature Studios is now available! In his video interview with ToeJam & Earl’s producer, Dignam had this to say about the game: …this version returns the games to […]

Rock Paper Shotgun Dons their Space Suits in Astroneer

Rock Paper Shotgun’s Alec Meer reviewed System Era Softwork’s Astroneer, the game of aerospace industry and interplanetary exploration. In his article, Meer shared his thoughts on Astroneer and in particular praises the positive vibes and general great attitude the game presents to players: “I made this planet for you, do what you like with it”, is the philosophy […]

Kotaku Rejoices in its Review of ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove!

Kotaku rejoices that ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!  “reconjures the magic” in its review of the latest entry in the beloved, funkadelic action roguelike series from HumaNature Studios. Author Ethan Gach found the re-imagining of the Sega Genesis classic to successfully live up to the original game’s legacy. …playing a new ToeJam & Earl has been surprisingly […]

Hardcore Gamer has the Scoop on Plentiful Plundering in City of Brass

Hardcore Gamer recently gave treasure seekers and roguelite fans a reason to enter the cursed city of gold in City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, available now for Nintendo Switch. In his coverage, James Cunningham touches on how this isn’t just a port from last years initial […]

Engadget Interviews Macaulay Culkin, ToeJam & Earl’s New Executive Producer

Engadget’s Jessica Conditt sat down with celebrity and retro game lover Macaulay Culkin to pick his brain about his role as executive producer on HumaNature Studio’s ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove, which launches on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch this Friday! Here’s Culkin himself explaining to Engadget how this dream team […]

Eurogamer Hatches News of Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption’s New Boss, Game Modes, and Weapons

Eurogamer shared the news that Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption, the boss battler from publisher Another Indie and Dark Star Game Studios, scored a massive content update with extra game modes, a new boss, and more weapons on Feb. 19, on all platforms alongside its PC launch. Reporter Matt Wales discusses Sinner‘s newest boss and the rewards for defeating it: At launch, […]

Nintendo Life Finds Treasure in its Review of City of Brass for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Life declares City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, to be “one of the most entertaining roguelikes to swing onto Nintendo Switch.” In his 9/10 review, author Dom Reseigh-Lincoln heaped particular praise on the whip-centric combat: Your whip (which comes in multiple, collectable varieties) can set off traps from a distance […]

Forbes Heralds Evoland: Legendary Edition Launch

In a round-up of role-playing games launching this month, Forbes’ Kevin Murnane shared the good word about Evoland: Legendary Edition release this week. Shiro Games’ journey through the history of action/adventure gaming, Evoland: Legendary Edition, is now available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Murnane described the game’s design transformations and reference points: Evoland is unique among […]

Shacknews Review Praises Astroneer 1.0 Release

Shacknews‘ Bill Lavoy awarded an 8/10 score in his review of System Era Softworks‘ Astroneer, the accessible interplanetary survival played by more than 2 million space explorers while in Early Access. Lavoy praised the final release’s co-op system that allows players to drop in and out of the game without hampering each other’s progress, the music (calling it “one of the […]