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Rick and Morty co-creator launches Squanchtendo, a new VR studio

Rick and Morty co-creator, Justin Roiland, together with former Epic Games Executive Producer Tanya Watson have partnered up to launch their new dedicated VR studio, Squanchtendo. In line with Roiland's traditionally bizarre art style, the official announcement stars a unique mascot named, Splzooshly who explains the talented work of the people who founded the studio. The two dedicated gamers come from a history of...

Canceled horror game Allison Road is back in development

Allison Road, a horror game being developed by Lilith Ltd, was canceled only a few months ago in June; following the weird trend of PT-inspired games never being finished. Christian Kesler, creator, told IGN that after initial support from Team17 was dropped for unknown reasons, he is planning on completing the project himself, with the help of his wife, under the...

Get Even gameplay video feels weird for all the wrong reasons

Get Even, the surrealist first-person thriller by The Farm 51, has recently resurfaced with a bizarre new trailer. Now, about a week later, we get to see actual gameplay footage for the first time, and for some reason it feels... off... I felt kind of uncomfortable watching the 5-minute long video, and not for the right reasons. I don't know if...

Strike Vector EX review: Explosive aerial combat

In 2014 we were introduced to Strike Vector for the PC. It revolutionized the genre of aerial combat and introduced a lot of brand new ideas. Now, it is two years later and we officially have Ragequit Corporation's hit PC title on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox one under the new title of Strike Vector EX. Arial dog fighting hasn’t been present...

Thimbleweed Park has five playable characters, coming early 2017

Thimbleweed Park, the retro point-and-click title by Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick, has a new special Gamescom 2016 trailer which introduces us to one of the game's five protagonists. Delores Edmund is an aspiring 80's game designer and the heiress to the pillow factory fortune that is the heart of Thimbleweed Park. She moves back to Thimbleweed Park after the death...

Little Nightmares trailer is the stuff of childhood nightmares

Tarsier Studios has released a few new details about Little Nightmares, including a brand new trailer that shows a actual gameplay, unlike the atmospheric piece that was the first teaser trailer. In the trailer, we see protagonist Six exploring The Maw in her little yellow raincoat. We already knew The Mew was not a nice place, but now we can see some of the...

Get Even resurfaces with a release window and a new trailer

Get Even is another one of those games that were announced ages ago only to fall off the radar. Today, the game has finally resurfaced with a new gameplay trailer, and a few more story details. The game follows Cole Black, who awakes in an old abandoned asylum without his memory. The only thing he remembers is trying to rescue a teenage girl...

Agony gameplay trailer is a grotesque trip through hell

Polish studio Madmind has released a new gameplay for Agony, the first-person horror game set in Hell. The video is 8 minutes in length, each one filled with disturbing, gross and grotesque imagery. There's one area where the walls have teeth, and they seem to be able to use them. The video shows mostly exploration, and it clearly intends to sell the player...

Outcast remake hits PC and consoles on March 2017

Outcast: Second Contact, the HD remake of the cult 1999 open-world title, will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come March 2017. Set in the near future, Outcast: Second Contact takes players to the parallel world of Adelpha, where an attack on a US probe causes a distortion of space-time and threatens to destroy both Adelpha and Earth. Protagonist Cutter Slade, a former Special...

No Man’s Sky review: Shooting for the stars

No Man's Sky review
Almost every open-world game tries to create an immense environment for players can get lost in. With every new title that comes out we get larger and larger maps, from entire cities to whole continents. However, No Man’s Sky has just raised the bar immeasurably, with an infinitely expanding galaxy where you have countless planets, star systems and all the space in between...

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