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Ouroboros is the name of Edmund McMillen’s newest game

Edmund McMillen, most well known for The Binding of Isaac, has finally given a name to the project he teased several months ago. The project is called Ouroboros, styled 0urboros with a 0 for some reason. It could have something to do with the spherical nature of the levels, who knows? In the latest trailer, simply named 'thingy the third', we can...

Mother Russia Bleeds review: The ’90s called, they want their game back

A long time ago (okay, a year ago), I had some hands-on experience with Mother Russia Bleeds. It impressed me as a modern iteration of the classic beat ‘em up genre, but that was hardly a full experience considering I only saw a couple levels. Now comes the full release in its head-smashing and drug-using glory, pixelated gore and all. To...

Factorio Early Access preview: Assemblers converge

Imagine, if you will, a beautiful alien world. Lush green forests, crystal-clear waters, the freshest cleanest air and the perfect silent stillness of a world untouched by industry. Nothing but the sound of nature and the wind in the trees, swaying gently. Factorio is a game about fixing this atrocity. Fill the water with pumps, clear the forests to...

Virginia trailer shows a beautiful and silent adventure

Virginia will be released later this month, on September 22. We still don't know a whole lot about the game, apart from what we saw in the announcement trailer and the very confusing demo. However, today's new trailer shows us a bit more of the bizarre adventure, like beautiful new locations and silent new characters. It seems that in Virginia...

Owlboy finally gets a release date after a 9-year development cycle

Created by D-Pad Studio, the 16-bit-style indie platformer Owlboy has finally been given a release date - after a hefty 9 years of development. The teaser trailer doesn't show us much, but what it does show is beautiful and quite alluring, and the release date is stuck on the end for all to see: November 1. Not that far away...

Friday the 13th: The Game new trailer is a gory love letter to fans

Fans of classic horror movies are really going to enjoy the new trailer for Friday the 13th: The Game. If you're the squeamish type - go find some other trailer to watch. The trailer, released during PAX West 2016, feature the many variations of Jason killing camp counselors in gory, gruesome and painful ways. You have your classic gauging of the eyes and...

Echo pits you against your worst enemy – yourself

Echo is a new indie action-adventure title set in a futuristic palace. At first it may appear as a typical stealth game, but it actually has a very interesting hook - all your enemies are you. You play as En, girl who spend a century in stasis to get to the Palace - a mysterious and huge castle that looks like something out of...

The Bunker brings live-action horror to PlayStation 4

The Bunker is a live-action psychological horror title heading to the PlayStation 4. At first I was sure it's a movie, but The Bunker is most definitely a game, as it features classic point-and-click gameplay, puzzles and exploration of both a secret nuclear bunker and your suppressed childhood memories. In The Bunker, you play as John, a man living alone in an...

Ennuigi lets us see a different side of the ever-cheerful Luigi

Luigi, the "other" Mario brother, is always as cheerful as can be, even after all these years living in his brother's shadow. But could this happy-go-lucky attitude be nothing more than a facade? A mask he presents to the world in order to hide his depression, resentment and smoking habit? Ennuigi is a flash game that explores the feelings Luigi...

Virginia is a thriller inspired by Twin Peaks and True Detective

Virginia is a new first-person thriller heavily inspired by 90's mystery TV series, like Twin Peaks and The X-Files, with a dash of more modern works like True Detective. This is, at least, how publisher 505 Games describes the game. In Virginia, you follow a missing person investigation in a small rural town, through the eyes...

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