Xbox Achievements Prepares for a Clash of Cabooses in Brief Battles

Dean Abdou of Xbox Achievements recently reported that Brief Battles, a fast-paced, underwear-fueled platform fighter from Juicy Cupcake that’s easy to approach and rewarding to master, will wage underwearfare on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 7, 2019. Brief Battles challenges friends and foes alike to see whose britches are biggest in four-player butt-em-ups with […]

Destructoid Explores the Vast Gloom of WRATH: Aeon of Ruin in PAX East Preview

Destructoid walked away “very impressed” by WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, a dark fantasy horror FPS powered by the original Quake engine from 1C Entertainment and 3D Realms in collaboration with developer KillPixel. Author Peter Glagowski discusses how the game carves out its own style in his preview from PAX East: Quake was all about tight corridors and reckless abandon, but Wrath is about open exploration and weapon mastery. The […]

PocketGamer Shares Projection: First Light Coming to Apple Arcade 2019

PocketGamer recently reported that Projection: First Light, the puzzle platformer from developer Shadowplay Studios and publisher Blowfish Studios, comes to Apple Arcade this year. Dan Sullivan clues us in to what makes a successful platformer: Platforming games tend to succeed due to excelling in either mechanics, pace or design. From what has already been shown of Projection: First […]

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 […]

VGChartz Sings Us News from Halo: Infinite Co-developer SkyBox Labs with Stela Announcement

VGChartz recently shared the latest news from Halo: Infinite co-developer SkyBox Labs: Stela, a cinematic platformer about a young woman witnessing the final days of a mysterious ancient world, comes to Xbox One and PC later this year. VGChartz’s William D’Angelo gave us a brief overview of Stela and what we can expect: Overcome daunting challenges, […]

Hyper Jam Livestreamed by Popular Twitch Streamer elded

elded, a Twitch streamer with almost 1.3 million followers, recently streamed Hyper Jam, the neon-soaked arena brawler from Bit Dragon. Put on your favorite Outrun-inspired synthwave and enjoy watching elded battle for the best upgrades and first place in the full video here. Hyper Jam is currently available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $14.99 and on PC […]

Rock Paper Shotgun Remembers The Forgotten City Releases in Late 2019

Rock Paper Shotgun didn’t forget, and you shouldn’t either: The Forgotten City, a time loop murder mystery from Modern Storyteller, will come PC and Xbox One in late 2019. Dominic Tarason shares some reasons why you should remember this re-imagining of the award-winning mod with more than 2 million downloads across PC and Xbox: While I’ve never played the original, I plan on […]

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 […]

Eurogamer Summons the News of WRATH: Aeon of Ruin

Eurogamer discovered some news in the ruins of the Old World: WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, a dark fantasy horror FPS powered by the original Quake engine from 1C Entertainment and 3D Realms in collaboration with developer KillPixel, resurrects classic FPS action on PC, Mac, and Linux this summer, and on console early next year. Author Matt Wells runs down what to expect from the five realms of WRATH: According […]

Engadget Tries Their Hand at World Domination in Speaking Simulator

Engadget recently shared their GDC hands-on experience with Affable Games‘ Speaking Simulator, an awkwardly hilarious physics game where an android struggles to appear human by flopping its lips and tongue around. Andrew Tarantola gave us his impressions on some of the in-game antics: I was afforded a quick demo of the game during [GDC] 2019 and absolutely […]