Hardcore Gamer Peeks and Discovers Screencheat: Unplugged is Out Now on Nintendo Switch

Hardcore Gamer quickly glanced and found that Screencheat: Unplugged, the fully remastered and revamped version of Samurai Punk’s chaotic party split-screen first-person shooter where everyone is invisible, is now available for Nintendo Switch. Fran Soto discusses just how this game intentionally messes with the norms of splitscreen multiplayer: Long has it been etiquette that, when playing splitscreen PvP, one does […]

Nintendo Life Reports Samurai Punk’s Screencheat: Unplugged Release Date

Nintendo Life’s Ryan Craddock reported the release date of Samurai Punk‘s remastered version of the beloved first-person shooter party game where everyone is invisible Screencheat: Unplugged, that’s coming out exclusively to Nintendo Switch on Nov. 29. In his article, Ryan highlighted the game’s updates and new features, calling to all “sneaky players” who “can finally give in to the […]

Kotaku AU Gives Three New Reasons to Watch Ion Maiden

Kotaku AU shared the news that Ion Maiden, the upcoming old-school first-person shooter from 3D Realms, is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One alongside its PC release in Q2 2019. Players will soon be able to gib cybernetic cultists no matter what their preferred platform. Check out the full post on Kotaku AU and head […]

3D Realms Founder Scott Miller Recounts His Life in Games on IGN Unfiltered

Scott Miller, founder of 3D Realms, recently sat down with IGN’s Ryan McCaffrey for the latest episode of IGN Unfiltered. The pair discuss Miller’s long and storied career in the world of video games, touching on many of the legendary titles he worked on, including Wolfenstein 3D, Commander Keen, Rise of the Triad, Shadow Warrior, Duke Nukem, Prey, Max Payne, and […]

Fractured Lands Dominates the Wasteland in PC Gamer Preview

Last month, T.J Hafer of PC Gamer went hands-on with Fractured Lands, the battle royale first-person shooter from the industry veterans at Unbroken Studios, during the game’s three closed beta weekends. Hafer appeared to enjoy his time with the game, noting his intense experiences while both driving and on foot. There’s a very tense, asymmetrical, […]

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 […]

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 […]

GamesRadar+ on Ion Maiden Using the Same Tech that Powered Duke Nukem 3D

Sam Prell from GamesRadar+ wrote about 3D Realms’ and Voidpoint’s Ion Maiden using the same engine that powered Duke Nukem 3D. So what does a 2018 game built on 1996 code look like? Pretty damn cool, actually. This isn’t another modern game just trying to look the part of a retro throwback – it’s actually developed […]

3D Realms’ PAX East Ion Maiden Demo Loved by Destructoid

At PAX East last week, Peter Glagowski of Destructoid noted that he was “kind of in love” with 3D Realms’ demo of Ion Maiden, the new old-school first-person shooter created in the Build engine that powered classics like Duke Nukem 3D, Blood, and Shadow Warrior. “Repeat playthroughs will probably see me finding secrets and pathways […]

Polygon Reports on The Blackout Club from Question Games

Polygon’s Owen Good reported on the announcement of The Blackout Club, a cooperative paranormal horror mystery from BioShock and Dishonored alumni at Question Games: After one of their group goes missing and the grownups don’t seem to care, the kids begin their own investigation….The Blackout Club’s makers are pitching stealth gameplay — sneaking out at night like […]