Retro shooters are the best. No one can deny the timelessness of quick-paced, run and gun first-person blood-fests where you madly dash through rooms collecting powerups and blow through hundreds of enemies with enough bullets to start a war.
If you’ve entered the Gungeon and mastered its many rooms, this one’s for you.
Wang is back. The wise-cracking, sword swinging, first-person action hero from Apogee’s 3D shooter and Flying Wild Hog’s excellent 2013 remake has returned for another demon-slaying adventure, this time changing up the run and gun first-person formula for loot-filled action in Shadow Warrior 2.
Indie dev Buddy Cops and indie publisher Devolver Digital have teamed up to bring Omnibus, an insanely goofy bus simulator, to the PC, Mac and Linux this Spring.
If you’re seeking more torturous, wince-inducing, point-and-click gameplay a la Gods Will Be Watching, developers Deconstructeam have got you covered.
Upon first glance, Acid Nerve’s Titan Souls looks and feels familiar. You’re a young individual, lost in strange yet very peaceful ruins, seeking out powerful foes, battling them one on one with a bow and an arrow, and absorbing their essence when they are defeated.
Dennaton Games’ Hotline Miami was one of my favorite games of 2012, catching me completely by surprise with its brutal and unapologetic mix of violence and puzzle-like challenges that had players on their toes as they rushed into rooms and took out enemies one by one in bloody ballets of death.
With Acid Nerve’s highly anticipated indie action adventure Titan Souls due for release next week, the developers have released a demo of the game on Steam featuring a scene for scene remake of the original prototype.
It’s official. Devolver Digital and Dennaton Games have today revealed that Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number will be coming to the Playstation and PC on March 10.
Devolver Digital and developer Fourattic want to make you wax nostalgic with their upcoming action adventure game Crossing Souls, an 80’s inspired trek through a world that’s inspired by saturday cartoons and old-school pixel animation.