Much like Limbo, Playdead is set to bring its latest title to as many platforms as possible. Already available on PS4, XB1, and PC, Inside will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and iOS.
It’s no doubt Spider-Man is one of the most popular superheroes of all time. Delivering a game based on everyone’s favorite webslinger comes with many challenges and Insomniac discusses them in a new video for Marvel’s Spider-Man.
The Nintendo Switch is less than two weeks away from launch, and the flexible new machine has been a divisive topic of discussion that has dominated the community. While many, myself included, are incredibly excited for March 3rd, there is a massive contingent of gamers that do not agree, and are not afraid to share … Continue reading Inside the mind of a Switch early adopter
Playdead’s critical darling, Inside, won’t be exclusive to Xbox One much longer.
The original Twilight Princess launched back in 2006 for the Nintendo Wii and Gamecube. Next month, the game returns to consoles on the Wii U and the latest trailer from Nintendo details what’s in store.
Life can be many things: Sad, beautiful, depressing, joyous. For developer Dontnod Entertainment’s latest game, Life Is Strange.
Digging Inside is a new feature where we take the newest trailers and try to find any clues of hidden info for upcoming games. The first installment of Digging Inside will be for the recently announced Persona 5 Tokyo Game Show trailer that was released on Monday.
Playdead (developers of the acclaimed title, Limbo) revealed at the Microsoft E3 Press Conference that their newest title, Inside, will be heading to Xbox One first.
The first few days of August were full of fun and tabletop games at Gen Con, the largest tabletop convention in the U.S. Happily, we got our hands on dozens of games and here are eight we’re excited to play again very soon!
One More (Gut Wrenching) Run Dead Cells is a beautifully crafted action-platformer with classic Metroidvania and modern rogue-lite elements. However, this mouthful of a description just cracks the surface of Motion Twin’s latest game.