With the world in a glass case of emotions during COVID-19 quarantines, ID@Xbox is offering a bit of sunlight in the gloomier times. Available now until July 27, Xbox owners can download more than 70 demos to try up-and-coming indie games. I was able to play some over the past few hours and so far, four absolutely grabbed me and have me waiting for release dates. Check out the four below:
Recently shown off at Xbox’s E3 Showcase, Riverbond, is now available for players to try out.
As the Nintendo Switch continues to dominate, PHL Collective has announced that their 2015 game, Clusterpuck99, will be ported to the system. Continue reading Clusterpuck 99 Announced for Switch
The promise of virtual reality is experiencing games like never before. GORN aims to take the adrenaline rush of bloody gladiatorial combat and place the gamer front and center. Continue reading GORN Launch Trailer Brings All your Gladiator Fantasies to Life
Housemarque Games’s latest game, Nex Machina, is set for release on PlayStation 4 and Steam on June 20th. Continue reading Housemarque Announces Release Date for Newest Game, Nex Machina
Join the podcast crew of Myles Farrington, Adam Leonard and Chris Cobb as they mull and converse over the most topical of news. They touch on the stories of the wicked witch that was Mad Catz finally going under, Insomniac’s Spiderman possibly coming this year, Nintendo taking a Steam-like approach to digital games and so much more. They cover it all! Don’t forget the always hilarious, or relatively deep, Thought from Nowhere! Welcome to the MONG podcast, enjoy! Continue reading MONG Podcast 160 | Buying All of the Things
All powerful rings, ogre armies, screeching dragons, the great deceiver Sauron- Yes, it is time to return to Middle-earth with the announcement of Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Continue reading Middle-earth: Shadow of War Officially Revealed- The Battle Begins This Summer
Katana Zero is set to release this year and while it doesn’t have an official release date, a new trailer has dropped. Continue reading Katana Zero Slices Into 2017 With New Trailer