Dodge Roll Games confirms that its bullet hell rogue-like Enter the Gungeon launches on Nintendo Switch later this year, with the studio finalizing a release date.
Devolver Digital takes to Twitter to have some fun at Atlus’ expense after the Persona 5 publisher issues draconian rules for streaming and Let’s Plays.
While there were some major gaming announcements made during E3 2016, the showfloor was also filled with some memorable indie titles. Here are a few we’re most excited about.
Roll7’s 2D shooter ‘Not A Hero’ may occasionally frustrate, but nonetheless offers a fantastic, fluid and vibrant indie challenge full of bizarre humor.
‘Titan Souls’ offers an enjoyable torture as players take a series of incredibly difficult Titan boss fights with limited mechanics and only a single arrow.
With the lack of recent information from Deep Silver about their upcoming zombie survival game, ‘Dead Island 2’, rumors of the game’s delay to fall 2015 are not that surprising.
‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’ delivers the same frenzied gameplay and thoughtful approach to plotting, but the overall experience is undeniably bigger in scope.
After being delayed to 2015 and teasing its new release date, ‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’ is officially set to launch on PC and PlayStation on March 10.
A cryptic message from a mysterious telephone hotline hints at a potential release date of March 10 for ‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’.
Even more questions are asked of Microsoft’s Xbox One launch parity clause, after its revealed that ‘Broforce’ is omitting the Xbox One from its launch schedule.
Following the trend of the games, the live-action ‘Hotline Miami 2’ short film is just as violent and neon-tinged as you might expect.
Developer Dennaton Games reveals that ‘Hotline Miami 2’ is now looking at a late 2014 or early 2015 release date.
‘Heavy Bullets’ delivers a nostalgic arcade-style shooter with an engaging, unique mechanic, but is a little too repetitive for comfort.
Two unofficial gameplay videos for ‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’ have made their way online, giving fans a closer look at the game’s level editor and some samples of the awesome soundtrack.
We play the first stages of ‘The Expendabros’, a game that meshes ‘Broforce’ with ‘The Expendables 3’ in the smartest way possible. Oh, and it’s free!
The latest teaser for ‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’ showcases how cold-blooded gamers can create their own deadly floor plans in the game’s level editor.
‘Broforce’ just might be one of the greatest homages to the brotastic action movies of the ’80s and ’90s that we’ve ever seen. Watch our gameplay video for a closer look at this insane game.