Hardcore Gamer Heralds Long-Awaited Release of Ray’s The Dead

Hardcore Gamer’s James Cunningham covered the new release date for Ray’s The Dead from Ragtag Studios, which launched October 22 for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam. Ray’s the Dead has been a long time coming.  Originally debuting with a Kickstarter way back in 2013, that first round was canceled and retooled for a successful […]

IGN Reviews Ghostrunner, a “Speedrunner’s Dream”: 8/10

IGN’s Mitchell Saltzman sliced and diced through the cyberpunk future of Ghostrunner from All In! Games in a recent 8/10 review. There is no shortage of great ninja-centric video games out there, from Ninja Gaiden to Metal Gear Rising to more recent gems like Katana Zero. But even among those, Ghostrunner stands out by being 100% committed to delivering that fantasy of […]

GoNintendo Divines the Release Date of Nine Witches: Family Disruption

The team at GoNintendo lit their torches to illuminate Nine Witches: Family Disruption, the IndieCade-nominated comedic alternate-history occult adventure game from developer Indiesruption and publisher Blowfish Studios, releasing on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC on December 4. “Dare you dabble in the stranger side of history? Nine Witches: Family Disruption takes […]

VGChartz on the Reveal of ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights

William D’Angelo at VGChartz covered the reveal of ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights, a dark fantasy metroidvania fairy tale from Japanese publisher Binary Haze Interactive in development by Live Wire and Adglobe. Along with sharing the trailer, he mentioned it will launch in Winter 2020, with a soundtrack from musical group Mili. Explore a […]

PC Invasion Shines A Light On The Best Parts of Projection: First Light in Glowing Review

PC Invasion’s Andrew Farrell shined a light on the best parts of Projection: First Light in his review of the illuminating shadow manipulation puzzle-platformer from publisher Blowfish Studios and developers Shadowplay Studios and Sweaty Chair Studio. Projection: First Light tells the story of Greta, a troublesome Indonesian child. At the game’s start, she manages to piss off many of the people around […]

COGConnected Finds Darksburg “Intense” and “Incredibly Fun”

What do an escaped werewolf, a portly gourmet, and a macabre plague doctor have in common? At first glance, not a whole lot. But in Darksburg, the co-op zombie action roguelite from Shiro Games, they’re three characters capable of culling hundreds of zombies. Add them to a roster of five playable heroes, mix in some procedurally […]

Twinfinite Shines a Light on Xbox Series S|X Launch Title Bright Memory

Twinfinite’s Giuseppe Nelva shared the news that Bright Memory, the visually stunning, high octane FPS from developer FYQD-Studio and publisher PLAYISM, would be coming to Microsoft’s next-gen hardware, the Xbox Series X|S, as a launch title. Today, during the Playism Game Show the publisher announced that Bright Memory will be released for Xbox Series X. We already knew that Bright Memory […]

Crunchyroll Takes Flight With Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing’s October 13th Release Date

Crunchyroll’s Joseph Luster took flight  to tell the masses of UNIVRS Inc.‘s Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing‘s release date on Oculus Quest October 13th. If you’ve been waiting patiently for an Oculus Quest version of virtual reality outing Little Witch Academia VR Broom Racing, you just have about a month to go. Ahead of the early 2021 launch on PlayStation VR, […]

Engadget Interviews the Minds Behind 3 out of 10, an Interactive Sitcom Experience

Engadget’s Jessica Conditt sat down with Terrible Posture Games’ founder Joe Mirabello and technical director Chris Zukowski, interviewing them about 3 out of 10, the episodic playable sitcom about life at the world’s worst game development studio. Regarding 3 out of 10’s concept, Mirabello had this to say: “The whole thing is actually a love letter to the game industry,” Mirabello said. […]

SplatterCatGaming Explores the Surreal World of Dreamscaper

Dreams are funny things. Little fragments of hopes, fears, and interactions twisted and warped into barely-remembered nighty vignettes. But while most people’s dreams are little more than vague recollections, for the protagonist of Dreamscaper, the lucid dreaming action roguelite RPG from publisher Freedom Games and developer Afterburner Studios, they’re recurring and inescapable nightmares. YouTuber SplatterCatGaming recently dove […]