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GRIP: Combat Racing review: Hard to get a grip

GRIP: Combat Racing
GRIP: Combat Racing gives you all the tools to drive like a crazy person, but imprecise control can often turn cool tricks into a disaster. GRIP: Combat Racing is the kind of arcade racer that I always wanted back when I was a kid, playing games like Star Wars Episode I: Pod Racer and Lego Racers. With acrobatic cars, wide tracks with...

Lego DC Super-Villains review: It feels good to be bad

Lego DC Super-Villains
Lego DC Super-Villains is a great co-op adventure for the entire family. You can finally create your own super character and place it at the center of the story. I head to the next mission in Lego DC Super-Villains with my custom villain character. As I blaze through the streets of Gotham with my super-speed, I stop and steal candy from...

One Finger Death Punch 2 is “90% done”, comes with secret games

One Finger Death Punch 2
One Finger Death Punch 2, the sequel to the brutal and incredibly satisfying rhythm action game, is coming to the PC in a few months. According to developer Silver Dollar Games, the PC version is "90% done." The game will also launch on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 about a month later. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hbmVtR9kTk If that isn't enough good news, has...

Trine series returns in 2019 with Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince
The Trine series will be back next year with Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince. The indie developer has announced it is partnering with publisher Modus Games to give fans another delightful and beautiful puzzle platformer. “We are absolutely thrilled to embark on this journey with Frozenbyte,” said Christina Seelye, CEO of Modus Games. “There’s no doubt Trine 4 will be the game...

My Memory of Us review: A story you won’t forget

My Memory of Us
My Memory of Us tells a compelling story with endearing visuals that make up for its dull, forgettable gameplay. As a Jewish person of Polish descent, I grew up listening to stories about the Holocaust from my late Grandfather. He was in his early teens when Germany invaded Poland in 1939. Miraculously, he survived the war and even took part...

Pikuniku is pure cartoon weirdness, and we love it

Pikuniku
Pikuniku is a pretty weird puzzle game developed by indie studio Sectordub and published by Devolver. One glance at the game and you'll immediately see the similarities to other crazy games like LocoRoco, Katamari Damacy, and the new Donut County. Pikuniku is trying to out-crazy them all with environments, characters, and visuals that can only be described as "pure nonsense." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjEC6_VEEs4 You play as...

Everything we know about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is here

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the upcoming and possibly final game in the popular Nintendo fighting series. Earlier reports quote creator Masahiro Sakurai claiming that this will be the final entry in the series after each entry has taken a high toll on his physical health. As such, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is aiming to bring the best and most complete...

The Gardens Between review: Friends till the end

The Gardens Between review
A touching story, fun but unchallenging puzzles and charming graphics make The Gardens Between a perfect game “for the whole family.” The Gardens Between is a game about friendship in its purest, most innocent form. It’s a journey through the memories of two childhood friends, turning even the smallest of moments into a beautiful puzzle for you to solve and experience....

Footage of canceled Stranger Things game leaked online

Stranger Things game
In the wake of Telltale Games' sudden closure, and the subsequent firing of 250 employees without severance pay (which is the real story here, really), a lot of strange footage from now ex-Telltale developers started popping up online. Some of this footage is from the canceled Stranger Things game the studio was working on. The first video shows Will walking down a...

Decay of Logos blends the difficulty of Dark Souls with the charm of Zelda

Decay of Logos enemies
Decay of Logos is a hidden gem of an indie game that feels like a cross between Dark Souls and Legend of Zelda - and it looks the part. What's more astonishing is that the team developing the game counts merely four designers. I had the unique opportunity to sit down with Ricardo Teixeira from Amplify Creations, one of the developers...

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