The 1999 ahead-of-its-time adventure game, Outcast, could be looking to reboot. A recent press release revealed that the founders of the original game’s development studio, Appeal (which went bankrupt during the production of a sequel for the PS2), have grouped together and purchased the rights to the franchise from Atari. A revival is in progress and more news can be expected soon.
If you’ve never played Outcast, it’s definitely worth a run-through. You can find it at Good Ol’ Games right now to download at just under $3.00. Speaking of GOG, their summer “No-DRM” sale is still running until the 5th. A plethora of titles are going at 75% off, so if you haven’t checked it out and have five bucks to burn, what are you doing still reading this?
There are a lot of games these days that take place after the apocalypse, but few are more involved than Shelter Manager, the upcoming sim from Ukraine-based Hamsters Gaming. Everything about it is customizable, down to the instigator of the apocalypse itself (pick from nukes, plague or meteor). Thanks to
The title of Natsume’s latest Harvest Moon — One World — could be taken as ironic. The series had a split-up between its publisher and developer a few years ago, which is unlikely to ever be resolved. The series began in Japan on the Super NES under the title “Story
Goblinz Studio’s reverse dungeon crawler Legend of Keepers was launched last spring for PC and consoles. Six months later, it’s about to receive its first DLC pack, Return of the Goddess. What do we mean by “reverse dungeon crawler”? Well, in most roguelite games, you enter a dungeon, uncover treasure,
Doublethink Games has announced their bullet hell game, Good Knight, will be released this fall on Steam. The concept behind Good Knight is simple: just survive. The controls are also simplistic, reduced to just one button, but this one button allows you to perform turn around, attack, speed-down and sustained