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: […]

Bloody Disgusting Previews The Blackout Club

Bloody Disgusting‘s Jim Hargreaves recently previewed The Blackout Club, the co-op horror title from Question, saying the game’s Steam Early Access release “is already shaping up to be one of the most unique co-op video games out there.” “This early look certainly shows promise. Once it’s been fleshed out and those rough edges softened down, this could easily be […]

Engadget Reports Astroneer Exits Steam Early Access to Xbox One and PC February 6

Engadget’s AJ Dellinger reports Astroneer, the accessible interplanetary survival sandbox played by more than 2 million space explorers during Steam Early Access, is coming to Xbox One and PC on Feb. 6, 2019 with crossplay. Dellinger talks a little about what to expect from Astroneer: In Astroneer, you play as a space explorer trying to survive and thrive […]

Kotaku AU Highlights Speaking Simulator at PAX Australia

Kotaku AU’s Alex Walker discussed the highlights of PAX Aus, including Speaking Simulator, the awkwardly hilarious title from Affable Games where an android struggles to infiltrate human society. Alex wrote about how the experience’s physics and mechanics are surprisingly challenging: It’s the kind of game that’s infectious to watch, but the mechanics are surprisingly quite difficult. You’re essentially playing […]

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 […]

Jesse Cox Takes on the Dragon Apocalypse in EarthNight

Popular YouTube content creator and voice actor Jesse Cox recently featured Cleaversoft’s EarthNight, the hand-painted platformer about surviving the dragon apocalypse, in his weekly series where he plays the games fans ask for, #FanFriday. Watch run and jump across massive dragons to try and take them down in this intense platformer. EarthNight comes to PlayStation 4, PC, […]

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. […]

NintendoLife Highlights the Release of Heartwarming Adventure My Brother Rabbit

NintendoLife recently posted news about the release of Artifex Mundi‘s newest heartwarming adventure My Brother Rabbit. Explore an imaginative world dreamt up by a loving brother and his recently sick little sister inhabited by a friendly rabbit. Help the rabbit along his journey to make his friend flower recover from a recent illness by collecting useable […]

Tom’s Guide Selects Sparklite as One of the Best Games at PAX West 2018

Tom’s Guide’s Marshall Honorof posted his “The Best Games of PAX West 2018” list, featuring Merge Games’ Sparlike as one of the winners! Marshall praised the game’s looks, saying: The charming retro graphics and top-down exploration made this one easy to pick up and play. To learn more, check out the full article on Tom’s Guide, visit Merge Games’ website […]

Destructoid Previews Vanishing Grown-Ups and Creepy Cults in The Blackout Club

Destructoid’s Brett Makedonski went in-depth with his preview on Question Games‘ cooperative horror experience The Blackout Club, including some background on the National Quiet Radio Zone and some strategies on how to deal with “The Shape.” Brett gave a brief strategy on how to distract “The Shape” so he doesn’t take out on of your friends: Players […]