Rock Paper Shotgun Shares Big News from TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE

Rock Paper Shotgun recently shared some exciting news for PC gamers looking to get their hands on some tiny warfare: TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE,  a turn-based strategy wargame of intrigue with distinct Japanese flavor from the AAA veterans at AREA 35, Inc., comes to PC this year alongside the Nintendo Switch version. Players can expect […]

NintendoLife Reports on Masquerada: Songs and Shadows Launch

In case you missed it, Nintendo Life’s Ryan Craddock reported on Masquerada: Songs and Shadows May 9 Nintendo Switch launch. The title from Ysbryd Games is a fully-voiced tactical RPG featuring talent behind Mortal Kombat 11, Kingdom Hearts III, Attack on Titan, Horizon Zeron Down, Borderlands 2, Overwatch, and more. It leads players into a Renaissance-inspired town in which the […]

GameSpot Previews Choice-Driven Action-Adventure Hindsight 20/20

GameSpot recently went hands-on with Hindsight 20/20, the single-player action-adventure game with morality-based decisions from BioWare, ArenaNet, and Sucker Punch veterans at Triple-I Games. Jordan Rameé provided a quick glimpse into the choice system:  The concept of choice is at the center of every part of Hindsight 20/20, a game aptly named for the expression, “Hindsight is […]

Nintendo Life Digs Up Nintendo Switch Hidden Gems Hand of Fate 2, Armello, and City of Brass

Nintendo Life went digging through the eShop and found a bunch of hidden gems, including Hand of Fate 2, the acclaimed action RPG from Defiant Development, Armello, the fantasy digital board game from League of Geeks, and City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games. Author Gavin Lane describes why these titles made the cut: All these games were […]

Metro UK Shares Refreshing Review of VA-11 HALL-A

Metro recently shared their review of VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action, 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. GameCentral came away particularly impressed by how VA-11 HALL-A‘s non-linear storytelling: The non-linear nature is extremely impressive for what on the face of […]

GameSpot Includes Killer Queen Black and TINY METAL in Their List of Essential PAX East 2019 Games

GameSpot recently shared their list of games worthy of our attention from PAX East 2019. The list included Killer Queen Black, the strategic eight-player arcade action platformer from Liquid Bit and BumbleBear Games, and TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE, the turn-based strategy game of intrigue with a distinct Japanese flavor from Sony publishing label UNTIES. Here is a brief […]

Nintendo Life Shares the Sitrep on TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE Coming to Switch

TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE, a turn-based strategy wargame of intrigue with a distinct Japanese flavor from the AAA veterans at AREA 35, Inc., will report for duty on Nintendo Switch in Spring 2019. Nintendo Life’s Damien McFerran shared the situational report on this epic sequel: Tiny Metal really hit the spot for Advance Wars veterans, offering hours of […]

IGN’s Nintendo Voice Chat Podcast Praises Assault Android Cactus+ as “Wonderful”

IGN‘s Nintendo Voice Chat Podcast featured Witch Beam‘s action-packed arcade-style twin-stick shooter Assault Android Cactus+‘s then-upcoming Nintendo Switch release on March 8. In the episode, the hosts praised the game for being “wonderful” and “something worth paying attention to,” as well as the developers’ extreme attention to detail. To learn more, watch the full episode on Nintendo Voice […]

Kotaku Highlights the Indies at PAX East That Grabbed Their Attention

Kotaku recently shared the 15 indie games at PAX East 2019 that caught their eye, including WORLD OF HORROR, N1RV Ann-A and WRATH: Aeon of Ruin. Ethan Gach touched on WRATH‘s supremely fluid feeling and usage of the Quake engine: It’s built in the original Quake engine, and as a result, it moves and controls […]