Toadman Interactive tried their hand at making an AA third-person hack-and-slash shooter called Immortal: Unchained. Instead of having Hollywood-sized set pieces and the typical strong, independent woman who don’t need no man, Toadman focused on making a Soulsborne clone that is heavy on the gameplay and worldbuilding and light on anything that isn’t related to the gameplay. For those of you who bit the bullet and decided to give the game a try, there are actually some cheats available for you. Continue reading “Immortal: Unchained Cheats Give You Infinite Money, God Mode”
A game where you’ll mostly be opening drawers, doors and inspecting their contents. Possibly also running away from an anonymous pursuer and staring at some flies in the middle of a garden. Continue reading “Vibhinn Goes After Some Fireflies With a Pew-Pew Gun”
What’s common to a Knight in shining armor, a Creature that eats pain for breakfast and an overly inquisitive Stranger? Continue reading “Hidden Layer’s Inmost Atmospheric Platformer Announced”
Story-driven. Brutal 2D Action-Platformer-Puzzler. Neon-Synth World.
Those are marketing terms you’d typically associate with the game, but developer Milad Ghafarian quickly simplifies by stating that if your interests fall anywhere within the domains of John Wick, Drive, Hotline Miami, Super Meat Boy or Yakuza, you’ll feel right at home with Delusional. Continue reading “A Hired Drifter, a Delusional Cabbie and a German Lawyer Walk Into Mnemon City”
Spaghetti? The Wild West? Stealth?
Sergio Leone is El Hijo’s inspiration and so it isn’t any surprise that the entire plot reads like a Clint Eastwood flick. Bizarre close-ups of outlaws extending into long shots of the desert, dingy saloons and plenty of silence – Honig Studios claims to have included it all, minus the violence. Continue reading “Can Sergio Leone Help El Hijo Find Ma?”
EastAsiaSoft, DeerFarm, Nephilim Game Studios and Digeratiy Distribution announced that Shikhondo: Soul Eater is currently available in Japan and Hong Kong for the PlayStation 4. The arcade shooter is scheduled to arrive for the Nintendo Switch during the fourth quarter of 2018. Continue reading “Shikhondo, Asian Mythology Bullet-Hell Shooter Arrives For PS4, Coming Soon To Switch”
What makes Grimshade’s unusual setting ‘unusual’ as Talerock Studio touts it to be? Well for one, that sniper is really a walking/talking badger called Charlie. Secondly, he maintains a journal, a canteen of booze and yet remains in denial that he’s a badger. Continue reading “Grimshade Settles on Ree’Fah”
It looks like gamers will not face Denuvo anti-tamper tech or any DRM when Vampyr launches on June 5th. Folks wondering whether it will show up in Focus Home Interactive and Dontnod’s game will no longer have to worry thanks to a developer confirming this on social media. Continue reading “Vampyr Will Not Use Any Denuvo Tech”
Madmind Studio has released a new story trailer for its horror-survival game Agony. If you want a good look at Hell and what lies within the depths of the fiery inferno, you can check out the new trailer or wait for May 29th to roll around. Continue reading “Madmind Studio Reveals Agony’s Story Trailer”
NIS America announced that starting this fall both PS4 and Nintendo Switch owners will be able to pick up a copy of Disgaea 1 Complete. Continue reading “Disgaea 1 Complete Heads To Nintendo Switch, PS4 This Fall”
Let’s run with this little theme of concepts a little while longer, please? Continue reading “Why Thanks, Kaliban. Now Crying Suns Has Me Intrigued.”
‘One of my carrots has gone walkabout. It you see ‘im, tell ‘im to come ‘ome. ‘is dinner is ready’ – Worzel Scrumpy. Continue reading “Live and Die in Kynseed, yet Death Not Ends It”
We Happy Few has been pushed back from its previous April 13th official launch day to a “summer” release. There’s no telling when it will release this summer, but it will be made available for PC via Steam, PS4 and Xbox One. Continue reading “We Happy Few Official PC, PS4 And Xbox One Release Delayed To Summer”