Death’s Door, a quirky action adventure game released by Devolver last November, was listed as one of the best indie games of 2021 by many critics. Perhaps you’ve been curious about getting it, but you’re the type who prefers physical copies of things and you’re waiting for the Limited Run version. In that event….there’s something you should probably know.
There are a lot of “retro” styled games these days, especially from indie developers…but no one is taking it as far as developer Doinksoft and publisher Devolver. Announced during E3, their upcoming video game Demon Throttle is a physical-only title for Switch. That means no digital version, ever. Not even a digital demo.
Loop Hero, created by dev team Four Quarters, is Steam’s latest hit. It combines several genres we cover around here frequently…roguelites, deck-builders, RPGs, and let’s not forget things with retro graphics. All these elements are combined into an addictive pie that’s managed to sell half a million copies in one week.
Thanks to the indie development scene, there are plenty of new games coming out for age-old consoles, and some are even good. Fork Parker’s Crunch-Out is one of the more unusual we’ve seen.
The world’s first and only “Pigeon Dating Sim” Hatoful Boyfriend will be receive a updated re-release this summer on PC and Mac via Steam, GOG, Humble, and other digital storefronts with improved art and music.
First person shooters (FPS) have always been a core genre in the gaming industry. The genre first gained momentum back in 1992 with Wolfenstein 3D and we have since seen great FPS titles such such Half Life, Duke Nukem, Doom and Quake.(more…)
The reimagined Shadow Warrior, currently being developed by Flying Wild Hog and published by Devolver Digital is available for pre-order on Steam, GOG.com and the Humble Store.(more…)
Last week, we covered how Flying Wild Hog, together with Devolver Digital, is bringing back classic FPS with their upcoming remake of the classic game, Shadow Warrior.(more…)
As a kid, I didn’t grow up playing a lot of games. But one game I did play growing up was a first person shooter by the name of Duke Nukem 3D, and my god was that good. Granted ,the graphical fidelity back then is nothing to boast about, but the gameplay was simply fantastic.