The Daily Dot Shares Japanese Mythology with a Queer Twist in Kitsune Tails

The Daily Dot channeled their inner vulpine with the latest news about Kitsune Tails, a platformer styled after beloved classics steeped in Japanese mythology and diverse relationships from Super Bernie Bros developer Kitsune Games, launches on PlayStation 4 & 5, Windows PC, and Linux Q1 2022. The Daily Dot’s Ana Valens shares some of the […]

Polygon Points Out 2021’s Most-Anticipated Indie Games

A new year means a new crop of games. Polygon’s Nicole Carpenter kicked off 2021 by taking a look at this year’s roster of promising indie projects. Carpenter spotlights 21 highly anticipated games, including 30XX, the follow-up to Batterystaple Games’ acclaimed, best-selling Megaroguelike action-platformer 20XX, and SkateBIRD, the avian action sports game from developer Glass […]

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 […]

Gematsu

Tokyo Dark – Remembrance – has released on PlayStation 4 and Gematsu’s Sal Romano pieced together all the clues to reveal the definitive edition adds extra content to the anime-style murder mystery, which merges visual novel and adventure features with new animated sequences, a New Game+ and additional story content. Romano laid out all the facts about Tokyo Dark – […]

GamesBeat Interviews IGDA Director On Latest Developer Survey

GamesBeat’s Dean Takahashi interviewed current executive director of the International Game Developers Association IGDA), Renee Gittins, about the outcomes of its recent industry survey. The survey is based on responses from more than 1,000 game developers and Takahashi engaged in an extensive discussion regarding the data it showed. Gittins indicated to Takahashi that while “we’re clearly not where we want to be” […]

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, […]

Nintendo Life Takes a Trip to the ’90s in Rad Rodgers: Radical Edition Review

Nintendo Life recently reviewed Rad Rodgers: Radical Edition, an homage to classic ’90s-era platformers from developer Slipgate Studios and publishers 3D Realms and HandyGames. Dom Reseigh-Linocln gave us a brief introduction to Rad Rodgers:  Rad wakes up in a world spliced together from some of his favourite games, and that old grey console has suddenly turned sentient, […]

Eurogamer Highlights City of Brass’s February 17 Release Date on Nintendo Switch

Eurogamer whipped up a post on exciting news for Nintendo fans: City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, comes to Nintendo Switch February 8 and adds 3 new unlockable characters. Here’s Matt Wales on what players can expect from the cursed city: Your ultimate goal is to work, one stage at […]

Rock Paper Shotgun Praises Graceful Explosion Machine’s Combat

Rock Paper Shotgun’s Samuel Horti wrote an article about Graceful Explosion Machine, the vibrant side-scrolling shooter from Vertex Pop. Vertex Pop is a Toronto-based game development studio dedicated to creating non-stop action games for console and PC platforms. In Graceful Explosion Machine, the player is the lone surviving pilot in an alien attack,  and must fly the titular Graceful Explosion […]