PlayStation LifeStyle Sledgehammers Home News of Hyper Jam’s Release Date

PlayStation LifeStyle blasted out the news that Hyper Jam, the neon-soaked arena brawler from Bit Dragon, releases on Feb. 12. Author Janet Garcia picked up her sledgehammer and slammed down the details on what this explosive, synthwave-fueled experience offers: Jump into any battle with 2-4 players. Don’t worry about the platform your friends have, as online cross-play will […]

VG247 Tells the World to Prepare for Battle in Hyper Jam on Feb. 12

VG247 spread the good word that Hyper Jam, the neon-soaked arena brawler from Bit Dragon, engages in synthwave-fueled multiplayer combat on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam on Feb. 12. Sherif Sayed discusses how Hyper Jam keeps the playing field level: Winning in Hyper Jam requires staying alive and reaching a set score. To help struggling players, the […]

Twinfinite Shares Release Date for Hyper Jam, the Neon-Soaked Arena Brawler

Twinfinite’s Hannah Stewart reported on great news for multiplayer fans: Hyper Jam, the neon-soaked arena brawler from Bit Dragon, battles its way onto PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC February 12, 2019. Hannah paid special attention to Hyper Jam‘s end-of-round draft system: At the end of every round, each player gets to choose from a variety of different abilities […]

Bloody Disgusting Previews The Blackout Club

Bloody Disgusting‘s Jim Hargreaves recently previewed The Blackout Club, the co-op horror title from Question, saying the game’s Steam Early Access release “is already shaping up to be one of the most unique co-op video games out there.” “This early look certainly shows promise. Once it’s been fleshed out and those rough edges softened down, this could easily be […]

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 […]

VG247 interviews Question Co-Founder about Cooperative Horror Mystery The Blackout Club

VG247’s Kirk McKeand interviewed Question Co-Founder Jordan Thomas about cooperative paranormal horror mystery The Blackout Club. In this long-form interview, McKeand explains that Thomas’s history with horror goes back a couple decades through games: “As well as creating the infamously unsettling Shalebridge Cradle level in Thief: Deadly Shadows, he is the designer responsible for Fort Frolic in the original […]

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 […]

Eurogamer shares The Blackout Club’s 2019 Launch Announcement

Eurogamer reported that The Blackout Club, a cooperative paranormal horror mystery game from BioShock and Dishonored devs (Question Games), is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in the first quarter of 2019. The Blackout Club places players in the shoes of teenagers from a small town. Every morning, the kids in this town wake up […]

Giant Bomb Unwinds on Unprofessional Fridays with Assault Android Cactus

Assault Android Cactus is a 4-player twin-stick shooter that pits players against relentless waves of malfunctioning robots. Giant Bomb’s Brad Shoemaker and Jeff Gerstmann wisely took advantage of its local co-op during a recent Unprofessional Fridays broadcast, relying on teamwork and in-game pickups to keep their androids fighting fit. To watch the archived video, please […]

Surprise Attack Meets GamesRadar+ for an off-the-wall Screencheat Showdown

Screencheat is a split-screen four-player first-person shooter where everyone is invisible, leaving players to watch for visual cues on the screens of their opponents to track down targets. Samurai Punk’s Nicholas McDonnell met GamesRadar’s Anthony Agnello for a duel during a Twitch livestream, fielding questions from viewers as he struck Anthony down with hobby horses, […]