Black and White and Awesome All Over
I have always enjoyed trying out smaller games that seem to offer an artistic experience that is unlike any generic AAA game. Gris, Hue, and Ape Out are on the forefront of those top-tier indie games that hit a style that is immediately distinguishable among the thousands of games released each year. Arrog, developed by LEAP Game Studios and Hermanos Magia, emerges onto PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 with an art style that can rival some of the best
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Not even six months after the release of the original Five Nights at Freddy’s, the creator and developer of the series, Scott Cawthon, has revealed that Five Nights At Freddy’s 3 is in development. Continue reading Five Nights At Freddy’s 3 Is In Development
Lack of support for digital console games is impacting our wallets and the video games industry at large. Keeping in mind the spectacular collection of both ending and impending Black Friday deals on the frequently updated MONG Moneysaver page, competition between the digital and retail space is very real, but what keeps digital prices so high?
Continue reading The Many Terrible Reasons Why I Don’t Buy Digital
PART-GENIE. PART-PIRATE. FULL-ADVENTURE.
The flurry of 2D platform games continues to be in the forefront of numerous indie developers. Some of these games are diamonds in the rough, while others are just flat out rough. In the third Shantae game, Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse is happily one of those treasures for the Nintendo 3DS. Continue reading Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Review
Beware the Witch!
Old school 2D platform games have certainly been in the forefront in 2014. Games like Shovel Knight, Mighty No. 9, and Azure Striker Gunvolt are some great examples of how this seemingly “old school” type of gaming is more popular than ever. Trying to join in on the excitement is The Legend of Dark Witch. Witchcraft combined with a bit of customization allows this game to have a unique spot in this genre of games for the Nintendo 3DS.
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Handheld gaming has certainly exploded in recent years. With the Nintendo 3DS selling more than 44 million systems and the PlayStation Vita’s dedicated and growing fanbase, there doesn’t seem to be any slowdown.
We previously brought you our thoughts on bundles for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U. Unlike these systems, the Nintendo 3DS already has a slew of bundles and limited edition systems that can entice gamers to make a purchase. Trying to think of some bundles for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita needed some creative thinking, but we’re confident that you’ll enjoy and agree with our picks:
Continue reading Nintendo 3DS & PS Vita Bundles That Could Really Sell
Don’t Get Lost in the Dungeons!
Dungeon RPG games have always captivated players. The allure of exploration, the intellectual challenge of solving problems, and the anticipation of monsters jumping out, all combined into a great gaming experience. Now, what would happen if we add real-time combat to the mix? The Keep is the well-crafted creation of all these components.
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To say that Phil Fish is a controversial figure in the game industry would be a drastic understatement. From his only game’s announcement to his latest internet meltdown, his infamy has grown by leaps and bounds. Since Fez first popped up on the scene in 2008, it captured the attention of the indie world and set its creator on an epic downward spiral. Who is this man? This monster? This crazy Wolverine-hipster?
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Sony unveiled several games headlining at PAX Prime this weekend. These indie games are either from studios that never made a PlayStation game before, or coming to the PlayStation platform for the first time. At PAX Prime they will show off: Continue reading New Indie Games Announced For PlayStation Platforms
Independent studio Warpforged Games has taken to Kickstarter for their first project, Mark of War, a turn-based strategy game that promises to bring tabletop RPGs onto your PC or Mac. Continue reading Mark of War: Bringing Tabletop Gaming to your Computer