PC Gamer Showcases New Godstrike Trailer, Release Date

PC Gamer took some precious time to share the latest footage from Godstrike, the boss rush bullet hell shooter from publisher Freedom Games and developer OverPowered Team. PC Gamer’s Jonathan Bolding gives readers a brief synopsis of Godstrike‘s special health and time mechanics: In a special twist on the punishing nature of the bullet hell, Godstrike is a […]

Game Rant Previews ENDER LILIES: Quietus Of The Knights, Out Now on Steam Early Access

Game Rant delivers some spooky news: ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights, a dark fantasy metroidvania fairy tale from publisher Binary Haze Interactive, out now on Steam Early Access. Console releases will follow in Q2 2021. Author Jared Carvalho discusses how the world of the game comes together: One major departure that ENDER LILIES takes from other Metroidvanias and […]

IGN Travels Back to 1993 in Hands-On Video of Echo Generation

IGN showcased hands-on gameplay from Echo Generation, the turn-based adventure from Cococucumber where a gang of kids investigate supernatural occurrences to save their small town. The nostalgia-filled voxel-art RPG, set in a sleepy Canadian town in the summer of 1993, arrives on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC in Q1 2021. Check out IGN’s […]

Signs of the Sojourner Makes Slant Magazine’s “25 Best Video Games of 2020” List

Slant Magazine has just released its “The 25 Best Video Games of 2020” and Signs of the Sojourner, the introspective narrative from Echodog Games about learning the art of human connection through an emotive deck of cards, made the popular list as “a whimsical life simulator, which, in just a few hours, powerfully demonstrates the […]

Bloody Disgusting Highlights Nine Witches: Family Disruption Among December Horror Offerings

Bloody Disgusting’s William Bibbiani conjured up an exhaustive list of all the new horror movies, TV shows, and video games coming out in the month of December, including Nine Witches: Family Disruption, the comedic alternate-history occult adventure game from developer Indiesruption and publisher Blowfish Studios, which focuses on a malefic curse that plagued the planet […]

Rock Paper Shotgun Triumphs in Ghostrunner Review

Matthew Castle at Rock Paper Shotgun managed to tally 1,423 deaths—each one a learning experience—while reviewing Ghostrunner, the difficult first-person cyber-ninja slasher from co-publishers 505 Games and All in! Games with development by One More Level, 3D Realms, and Slipgate Ironworks™. Ghostrunner keeps things fresh throughout the entire campaign, constantly giving you new obstacles during […]

GameSpot Announces Limited-Time Echo Generation Demo for Xbox, PC

GameSpot detailed the limited-time demo of Echo Generation, the turn-based adventure from Cococucumber where a gang of kids investigate supernatural occurrences to save their small town, which released this week in collaboration with The Game Awards Festival. Playable on PC via Steam and Xbox Series X|S and One, the demo will be available until December 15. Echo […]

Easy Allies Overcome Challenges in Ghostrunner Review

Easy Allies runs, swings, and slashes through Dharma Tower in their review of Ghostrunner, the first-person cyberpunk parkour action game from co-publishers 505 Games and All in! Games with development by One More Level, 3D Realms, and Slipgate Ironworks™, available now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out the full review […]

30 Years Later, a Jetboard Joust Interview with Eurogamer

Eurogamer’s Martin Robinson interviewed James Closs, developer of Jetboard Joust, a joyous fusion of classic arcade shoot-’em-ups and modern roguelikes from publisher Freedom! Games and developer BitBull, out now on Steam for PC and coming in 2021 for Nintendo Switch. Jetboard Joust picks up from its predecessor, with its core idea lifted wholesale – but […]

ScreenRant Kicks it Old-School with Jetboard Joust

For a certain section of gamers, coin-munching arcades and cumbersome plastic joysticks are sewn into the fabric of the medium. Flashing lights and pixelated characters define countless hours playing titles on systems and cabinets most people are familiar with only in passing. But for those that remember, a new wave of arcade-inspired titles offers a […]