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 […]

Pocket Gamer Scrubs Up for Launch of Bio Inc.: Redemption on iOS and Android

Pocket Gamer shared news about the launch of Bio Inc.: Redemption, the medical simulator by DryGin Studios from the series enjoyed by more than 17 million people. Bio Inc.: Redemption is now available on iOS and Android. Pocket Gamer’s Stephen Gregson-Wood shared some highlights of what players can expect in the new mobile game: The […]

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 […]

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 […]

Destructoid Has a Blast with Bright Memory’s “Wacky First-Person-Shooter Action”

Destructoid reviewed Bright Memory, the high-octane, visually stunning first-person shooter made by a solo developer at FYQD Studio and published by PLAYISM, which is available now as an Xbox Series X|S launch title Destructoid’s Chris Carter praised the spontaneity found in the title: I absolutely love how weird it is. One minute you’re fending off military personnel […]

COGConnected Finds Darksburg “Intense” and “Incredibly Fun”

What do an escaped werewolf, a portly gourmet, and a macabre plague doctor have in common? At first glance, not a whole lot. But in Darksburg, the co-op zombie action roguelite from Shiro Games, they’re three characters capable of culling hundreds of zombies. Add them to a roster of five playable heroes, mix in some procedurally […]

SplatterCatGaming Explores the Surreal World of Dreamscaper

Dreams are funny things. Little fragments of hopes, fears, and interactions twisted and warped into barely-remembered nighty vignettes. But while most people’s dreams are little more than vague recollections, for the protagonist of Dreamscaper, the lucid dreaming action roguelite RPG from publisher Freedom Games and developer Afterburner Studios, they’re recurring and inescapable nightmares. YouTuber SplatterCatGaming recently dove […]

UploadVR Tuned into Rhythm of the Universe: IONIA, Launching in Q4 on PC VR

UploadVR shared news of the Q4 2020 release window for Rhythm of the Universe: IONIA, the debut episode of the fantasy adventure series about preserving the environment with the power of music, coming to PC VR platforms. Supported platforms include Valve Index, Oculus Rift S, Oculus Quest via Link, HTC Vive and Vive Pro, HP Reverb G2 and […]

Siliconera Reports Death Isn’t the End in 30XX’s Mega Mode

Siliconera’s Jenni Lada reported that 30XX, the follow-up to Batterystaple Games’ best-selling action platformer 20XX, will introduce a new permadeath-free game type called Mega Mode alongside the returning roguelike Arcade Mode. Lada explains how the new game mode operates: If you go through the Mega Mode, you’ll still have procedurally generated levels. However, dying won’t be devastating. You can send […]