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 […]

PC Gamer Shares New ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove Release Date

PC Gamer‘s Andy Chalk recently shared the funkadelic news: ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove, the fourth entry of the beloved action roguelike franchise from series co-creator Greg Johnson’s HumaNature Studios, comes to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on March 1st, 2019. Andy also added some information about the new Kickstarter survey: […]

Waypoint Praises The Gardens Between from The Voxel Agents: “It’s charming, engaging, and the right kind of hard.”

Waypoint’s Patrick Klepek recommended The Gardens Between, The Voxel Agents‘ puzzle adventure game about manipulating time to guide two best friends through a surreal world of mysterious garden islands, calling it “charming, engaging, and the right kind of hard,” in his article. After calling the puzzler “delightful” and “deeply chill,” Patrick mentions that he wants The Gardens […]

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 […]

Touch Arcade Covers Storm Boy: The Game Launch

Touch Arcade’s Eli Hodapp covered the launch of Storm Boy: The Game, the adaptation of Colin Thiele’s classic 1964 Australian novel exploring the friendship between a child and his pet pelican. The game is now available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC via Steam, iOS, and Android. Hodapp notes in their coverage that Touch Arcade has continued to cover Blowfish Studio’s […]

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 […]

Kotaku AU Gives Three New Reasons to Watch Ion Maiden

Kotaku AU shared the news that Ion Maiden, the upcoming old-school first-person shooter from 3D Realms, is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One alongside its PC release in Q2 2019. Players will soon be able to gib cybernetic cultists no matter what their preferred platform. Check out the full post on Kotaku AU and head […]

Touch Arcade Calls Blowfish Studios’ Stormboy: The Game “Gorgeous”

Touch Arcade’s Mikhail Madnani called Blowfish Studios’ Stormboy, the adaptation of Colin Thiele’s classic 1964 Australian novel exploring the friendship between a child and his pet pelican, “gorgeous” in his coverage of its Nov. 20 launch date on iOS and Android. Stormboy: The Game will also launch on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and Mac […]

Prima Games Names The Gardens Between its Game of the Week

Prima Games bestowed its Game of the Week award upon The Gardens Between, The Voxel Agents‘ puzzle adventure game about manipulating time to guide two best friends through a surreal world of mysterious garden islands. Larryn Bell was effusive in her praise of the art style and experience of the title: The Gardens Between is a […]

Unwinnable’s E-soterica Spotlights Heartwarming Adventure My Brother Rabbit

Unwinnable’s Alyse Stanley shared her experience with the surreal and serious heartwarming adventure game My Brother Rabbit from Artifex Mundi. Alyse highlights how the artwork and puzzle design show the child-like influence: The random combinations of the backgrounds seem pulled straight from a child’s brain, content as nonsensical as a dream but cohesive in everything’s shared bizarreness. […]