Kotaku Reports on Riverbond Coming to Nintendo Switch

Kotaku’s Ethan Gach shared word of a new adventure beckoning to Nintendo Switch owners: Riverbond. This four-player shoot-and-slash dungeon crawler from Cococucumber embarks on a Nintendo Switch quest later this year with a brand-new world also coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Gach remarked on how well Riverbond fits the Switch : The beautiful blocky destruction game Riverbond is […]

VA-11 HALL-A Creators Talk Sex, Cocktails, and the Cyberpunk Aesthetic with The Escapist

The Escapist’s Anthony John Agnello grabbed a seat at the bar to talk about VA-11 HALL-A, the booze em’up about waifus, technology, and post-dystopia life which has sold more than 300,000 copies on Steam from Ysbryd Games and developer Sukeban Games, with artist/designer Christopher Ortiz and writer/programmer Fernando Damas. In the interview, the creators discussed many things, […]

Destructoid Takes a Sip of N1RV ANN-A at PAX East

Destructoid served up some potent potables in its PAX East preview of N1RV ANN-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action, the sequel to VA-11 HALL-A – the acclaimed booze ‘em up about waifus, technology and post-dystopia life that’s out now on PS4 and Switch from publisher Ysbryd Games and developer Sukeban Games. Destructoid’s Peter Glagowski runs down some of the options that […]

Variety Praises WORLD OF HORROR: “a Frightening 1-Bit Masterpiece”

Variety’s Brian Crecente did a preview at PAX East 2019 of WORLD OF HORROR, the unsettling cosmic horror retro RPG from Ysbryd Games and Pantasz, and dubbed the game a “frightening 1-bit masterpiece.” Also praising the title for “taking gaming expos by storm,” Brian was not sparse with compliments for the game: “What’s most striking initially about the game is its deliberately old-school look. […]

TouchArcade Praises She Remembered Caterpillars for its Compelling Story

TouchArcade’s Shaun Musgrave recently reviewed She Remembered Caterpillars, the dreamlike, abstract puzzler with painstakingly hand-drawn art from Ysbryd Games and Jumpsuit Entertainment on Nintendo Switch, giving it a 4 out of 5. Praising the newly released Switch title for its “charming presentation and compelling story,” Musgrave recommended the game by calling it “a really lovely package all-around, and certainly […]

USgamer Goes Hands-On with Fantasy Strike at PAX South

During PAX South, USgamer’s Mike Williams had the chance to play Fantasy Strike, an accessible 2.5D fighting game from Sirlin Games. Mike enjoyed its simple controls, low barrier to entry and empowering combos: I found Fantasy Strike to be a damned good fighting game. After only a few minutes, I had everything down and was ready to get […]

TouchArcade Spotlights TINY METAL Multiplayer Update

TouchArcade‘s Shaun Musgrave highlighted the launch of Sony publishing label UNTIES‘s turn-based strategy game of intrigue with a distinctly Japanese flavor TINY METAL‘s multiplayer patch release. Included in Shaun’s article, was the game’s current sale: a 50 percent discount on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 as well as 60 percent off on Steam. To learn more, check out the full article […]

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 […]

GameSpot Calls Armello “Charming” In Their Updated Review

GameSpot’s Ginny Woo revisited Armello, the digital board game by League of Geeks, and updated the site’s original review by Janine Hawkins after playing the recently-released Nintendo Switch version. In the review, Woo praised The Usurpers DLC, noting that the heroes “are brimming with devilish personality.” She also notes that even after a few years, Armello still holds […]