The Guardian Gives ‘Signs of the Sojourner’ Four Stars

The Guardian recently published a four-star review of Signs of the Sojourner, the introspective narrative from Echodog Games about learning the art of human connection through an emotive deck of cards, which is currently available on PC and Mac via Steam. Jay Castello of The Guardian muses: With real travel compromised right now, tagging along with Signs of the Sojourner’s […]

There’s Gold in Them Thar Games: VGChartz Digs Up UnderMine Release Date News

Roguelike fans and prospectors have reason to celebrate! According to VGChartz, Thorium Entertainment’s UnderMine, an action-adventure roguelike brimming with secrets, is getting all sparkly and shiny for its PC, Xbox One, and Game Pass launch on August 6. VGChartz’s William D’Angelo writes: The game is out now via Steam Early Access. Version 1.0 of the game will […]

Destructoid smuggles in the news: Cartel Tycoon hits in Q4 2020

Destructoid published their recent article that Cartel Tycoon, the drug empire business simulator from publisher tinyBuild and developer Moon Moose, will be releasing on Steam for Windows PC in Q4 2020, and that a demo is available now. Destructoid’s Brett Makedonski shared what to expect as a budding crime overlord: This strategy game is set in Colombia […]

ESPN: PAX, Riot Games Partner on PAX Arena VALORANT Invitational Tournament

League of Legends and VALORANT studio Riot Games is teaming up with PAX, the most-attended events in North America and Australia celebrating all things gaming, to host the PAX Arena VALORANT Invitational tournament this July. ESPN provided a break down of prize information and schedule: The tournament will feature 16 professional organizations and four influencer squads […]

Polygon previews Cyberpunk parkour action game Ghostrunner

Polygon recently published their latest hands-on experience with Ghostrunner, the first-person cyberpunk parkour action game from developers One More Level Games, 3D Realms, Slipgate Ironworks™ and publishers All in! Games and 505 Games, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC later this year. Polygon’s Austen Goslin shared his experience as a futuristic ninja:  Nailing that perfect run feels […]

PC Gamer Sets its Sights on Ysbryd’s No Place for Bravery

Amid the deluge of games revealed during last month’s Guerilla Collective showcase, PC Gamer’s Andy Chalk spotted a pixel art behemoth looming on the horizon. No Place For Bravery, a top-down action-RPG exploring what a parent would do to find their child in a war-torn world, wowed audiences with its evocative visuals and bleak setting. Chalk writes about the new title […]

Gematsu Highlights Adorable Adventure Game Button City Coming to PC 2020

Gematsu recently highlighted the news that Button City, the adorably colorful narrative-driven adventure about friendship and community from developer Subliminal Gaming, launches on PC via Steam later this year. Gematsu’s Sal Romano shared important details from the game’s Steam page: Enter a quirky world of pastel colors, spunky animals, rockin’ arcade games, and floating islands. Make friends, […]

Fanbyte Explores Signs of the Sojourner’s Novel Approach to Digital Dialogue

In most video games, dialogue and conversations require little more thought than a single press of a button. Push button, receive information. Rinse and repeat. Although communication is the bedrock of human interaction, it often feels like an afterthought while playing the latest games. Recent indie titles, however, are aiming to re-imagine how conversations work in games. Signs of […]

Hardcore Gamer Previews 30XX, Sees Bright Future

Hardcore Gamer previewed 30XX, the sequel to developer Batterystaple Games’ 20XX, the co-op roguelike platformer enjoyed by more than 200,000 players, and says it “shows great promise.” Author Jeremy Peeples talks about how the sequel sets itself apart from its predecessor in more than just its new hi-bit art style: Enemy variety has been improved as well, with fewer […]