PlayStation LifeStyle Dances Through the Stars in Their Review of Gravity Ghost: Deluxe Edition

PlayStation LifeStyle’s Annette Polis fell in love with Gravity Ghost: Deluxe Edition, the beloved planetary platformer, in her recent review. Available now on PlayStation 4, Annette summarizes her reasoning on why she loves Gravity Ghost: Deluxe Edition: So why do I love this game so damn much? The puzzle difficulties are perfectly varied, giving you a challenge […]

GamesBeat Speaks to New Executive Directors of IGDA and IGDA Foundation

GamesBeat’s Dean Takahashi spoke to the newly-appointed International Game Developers Association (IGDA) Executive Director Renee Gittins and IGDA Foundation (IGDAF) Executive Director Nika Nour to discuss their appointments to their positions, how they plan on carrying out the IGDA’s mission of representing the needs of the developer community, and the IGDAF’s objective of empowering the next […]

Game Informer Shares Launch Date for Old-School Shooter Ion Fury

Game Informer’s Javy Gwaltney recently dropped some great news for 90s’ shooter fans: Ion Fury, the old-school first-person shooter developed by Voidpoint and published by 3D Realms as well as 1C Entertainment, launches on Steam August 15, with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions launcher at a later date. Ion Fury launches August 15 on Steam […]

Gematsu Reports Upcoming Launch of The Forbidden Arts on Switch, Xbox, Steam

In case you missed it, Gematsu has shared the news on the upcoming launch of Stingbot Games‘ action adventure platformer The Forbidden Arts, set to leave Early Access on Steam on Aug. 7 and blaze through Nintendo Switch and Xbox One at the same time. A PlayStation 4 version will follow later in Q4 2019. […]

PC Gamer sets sights on Northgard’s new Clan of the Kraken

It’s a Viking’s life for PC Gamer’s Fraser Brown. Brown recently shared news of The Clan of the Kraken, a seafaring addition to Northgard, the acclaimed Viking strategy game from Shiro Games. PC Gamer’s coverage includes some details about the rough-and-tumble Krakens: The clan gets some new buildings, including a fishery that can be plonked down […]

Giant Bomb steps into the ring for a few rounds of Fantasy Strike

Giant Bomb’s Ben Pack and Jason Oestreicher are no strangers to fighting games. The duo recently ran a few sets of Fantasy Strike, the new fighting game from Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix lead designer David Sirlin to see who’d become the unofficial Giant Bomb Champ. There’s plenty to see in Giant Bomb’s Fantasy Strike Quick Look, including […]

PC Gamer takes a look at Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble’s real-world influences

Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is a serious turn-based strategy game dressed in an eye-catching art style. But as PC Gamer’s Wes Fenlon recently found out, Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble isn’t just a cute face—its story draws on real-world events to provide a grounded look at the impact of war. Writing for PC Gamer, Fenlon shared how TM: FMR studio […]

Rock Paper Shotgun makes contact with Astroneer’s Lunar Update

Rock Paper Shotgun’s Dominic Tarason recently touched down to share news about Astroneer, the accessible interplanetary survival sandbox from System Era Softworks, and its new Lunar Update. Tarason broke down the Lunar Update’s features and how it commemorates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, writing: To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar mission, space science ’em up […]

The Washington Post Includes EarthNight in Family-Friendly Round-up

The Washington Post’s Harold Goldberg recently shared his list of family-friendly games to check-out, including EarthNight, the hand-painted platformer about surviving the dragon apocalypse from Cleaversoft. Harold gave us a brief run-down of the story players can expect when EarthNight releases soon: Here’s the deal: Humans have been exiled to space by dragons, and Sydney and […]

Gamasutra Shares Newly Appointed IGDA and IGDA Foundation Executive Directors

Gamasutra shared IGDA’s biggest news of the year: Renee Gittinis has been named the organization’s new executive director and Nika Nour has been named the IGDA Foundation new executive director. After serving on the IGDA board for more than two years, Gittinis steps in to replace Jen MacLean following her departure in April. Nour steps in after more than ten […]