Consider this week’s indie game bundle update your breather. Yes, it’s large. There are 17 indie game bundles available. However, most of these bundles are returning compilations. Only a handful of them are actually new. And, of the few new ones, one is only for Android gamers and the other is packed with PopCap classics more »
Oh man. I am all kinds of happy today. Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn has been announced! The sequel to is happening and, shock and awe, Big Deez Productions, the developer, is saying they’re turning Shaq-Fu into the game it was meant to be. With the help of all of us, of course. Shaq-Fu: A Legend more »
Warlords Price: $4.99 System(s): , Release Date: January 17, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Atari (Griptonite Games) ESRB Rating: “E10 ” for Everyone 10 and up Long, long ago on the Atari 2600 there was a game called Warlords. It took Breakout – style gameplay and added a multiplayer element. It owed a bit to Pong as more »
The Powerpuff Girls are making a comeback. First, we saw Powerpuff Girls: Dance Pantsed. Which was pretty cute. And now, in a week, we’ll be able to play Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville. Suddenly, the world’s cutest, Kindergarten crusaders are relevant again! This PC game announcement has come from Radian Games, which revealed that it’s more »
Grab your and turn on your , because the eShop has updated and it’s game time. This week is actually kind of big. You know, for the eShop. There are two new Wii U games and three for the 3DS, though one of the 3DS games is a port of a Wii U adventure. That’s more »
It was the game we all sorely missed last year; Watch Dogs was supposed to arrive in November 2013 and then, suddenly, got delayed to next year. Thankfully, though, Ubisoft has finally narrowed down a date for a game where you hack your friends and mess with the police.
The Ouya has been an exceptionally odd story in gaming. The tiny, little was an enormous hit on Kickstarter, but since then, it’s been struggling to get the proper traction. To the point that it’s decided it’s going to start inserting itself into other consoles.
I’m going to recommend a game to you. It’s absolutely riddled with bugs, or at least it was in my case. The screen freezes. The sound cuts out when it’s supposed to stay, and stays when it’s supposed to cut out. Events fail to trigger, and I even encountered a few game-ending freezes. All that more »
From AppleTell Part connect-the-dots, part puzzle game, Dandelions: Chain of Seeds blends the spontaneity of blowing dandelion seeds off a stem with the slowly satisfying logic found in a game of solitaire. The game is billed as a "zen puzzle experience," and it is a calm, beautifully surreal world filled with challenging arrays of shapes to connect. Read the full post on AppleTell »
In case you have missed the ads on your TV, Xbox console dashboard or the numerous news stories about it, Titanfall drops March 11. As part of the marketing campaign, EA and Respawn Entertainment are replacing the main avatar in some classic arcade games with a Titan robot. “8-bit is better with a Titan,” the more »
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is a colossal disappointment by most estimates. Our reviewer Jenni Lada gave it a D, which does not stand for delectable. She wasn’t alone in hating it, and the parties involved are predictably trying to defend themselves. The game’s director Enric Alvarez (also the MercurySteam studio boss) is using inflammatory more »
Batman: Arkham Origins was not the game we deserved, it was the one Warner Bros. needed right now. Rocksteady Studios has said this is the last Batman game for them, thus it is the last one I’m excited about. That said, I am really, really excited. That’s better than most of the Batman movie trailers more »