UnderMine Strikes Gold with Push Square in 8/10 Review

PushSquare prospected as a peasant in their recent review of UnderMine, the action-adventure roguelike brimming with secrets from developer Thorium Entertainment. Amateur rock-picker Stephen Tailby picked through the slurry and found gold: Look, UnderMine might not be the most original game in the world, but it prospects the best bits from rogue-like classics and wraps […]

PC Gamer Showcases New Godstrike Trailer, Release Date

PC Gamer took some precious time to share the latest footage from Godstrike, the boss rush bullet hell shooter from publisher Freedom Games and developer OverPowered Team. PC Gamer’s Jonathan Bolding gives readers a brief synopsis of Godstrike‘s special health and time mechanics: In a special twist on the punishing nature of the bullet hell, Godstrike is a […]

The Gamer Details Wrath: Aeon of Ruin’s Latest Update and New Release Date

Peter Glagowski at The Gamer took a look at the newest update for Wrath: Aeon of Ruin, the dark fantasy-horror FPS powered by the original Quake engine from publishers 3D Realms and 1C Entertainment and developer KillPixel Games launching on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in Summer 2021. Wrath: Aeon of Ruin‘s latest […]

Bloody Disgusting Details Dirt and “Debris” in Latest POSTAL 4: No Regerts Early Access Update

Bloody Disgusting got down and dirty with details of the latest Steam Early Access update, Wednesday, for POSTAL 4: No Regerts, the over-the-top comedic first-person shooter and next entry in Running With Scissors’ classic franchise enjoyed by millions. Mike Wilson discussed the not-so-clean additions in the new update: the update introduces brand-new districts, a new […]

GamesBeat Interviews IGDA Director On Latest Developer Survey

GamesBeat’s Dean Takahashi interviewed current executive director of the International Game Developers Association IGDA), Renee Gittins, about the outcomes of its recent industry survey. The survey is based on responses from more than 1,000 game developers and Takahashi engaged in an extensive discussion regarding the data it showed. Gittins indicated to Takahashi that while “we’re clearly not where we want to be” […]

PlayStation LifeStyle Dances Through the Stars in Their Review of Gravity Ghost: Deluxe Edition

PlayStation LifeStyle’s Annette Polis fell in love with Gravity Ghost: Deluxe Edition, the beloved planetary platformer, in her recent review. Available now on PlayStation 4, Annette summarizes her reasoning on why she loves Gravity Ghost: Deluxe Edition: So why do I love this game so damn much? The puzzle difficulties are perfectly varied, giving you a challenge […]

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 […]

VGChartz Sings Us News from Halo: Infinite Co-developer SkyBox Labs with Stela Announcement

VGChartz recently shared the latest news from Halo: Infinite co-developer SkyBox Labs: Stela, a cinematic platformer about a young woman witnessing the final days of a mysterious ancient world, comes to Xbox One and PC later this year. VGChartz’s William D’Angelo gave us a brief overview of Stela and what we can expect: Overcome daunting challenges, […]

Eurogamer Highlights City of Brass’s February 17 Release Date on Nintendo Switch

Eurogamer whipped up a post on exciting news for Nintendo fans: City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, comes to Nintendo Switch February 8 and adds 3 new unlockable characters. Here’s Matt Wales on what players can expect from the cursed city: Your ultimate goal is to work, one stage at […]