Read our ‘LocoCycle’ review to find out if Twisted Pixel can successfully introduce their trademark combo of unique combat and zany humor to the Xbox One.
Calling on more than a few notable names, the first live-action trailer for Twisted Pixel’s ‘LocoCycle’ has to be seen to be believed.
Twisted Pixel’s insane motorcycle-beat-em-up for the Xbox One was finally highlighted at E3 2013. Here are our thoughts on the frantic action title.
What video games stood out from the rest in 2011? Check out the official nominations for the 2011 Game Rant Video Game Awards to find out!
Microsoft has officially announced their newest acquisition – Austin, Texas-based indie developer Twisted Pixel, who is responsible for quirky XBLA titles such as ‘Splosion Man’ as well as the Kinect game, ‘Gunstringer.’
Can Twisted Pixel’s ‘The Gunstringer’ convince Kinect-averse gamers to give Microsoft’s motion controller a try? Check out our full review for all the answers!
‘The Gunstringer’ is coming, and he’s not alone. ‘Fruit Ninja Kinect’ will also come with the retail title, and the whole package will be available for just $40.
‘Ms. ‘Splosion Man’ is the explosive sequel to 2009’s ‘Splosion Man.’ Does Twisted Pixel’s latest title ‘Splode to new heights or did the team just ‘Splode all over themselves? Read our review.
‘Ms. ‘Splosion Man’ will soon be ‘sploding on a pinball table near you, according to an official announcement from Twisted Pixel and Zen Studios.
Twisted Pixel has opened the laboratory doors and invited Xbox Live players to test-out their upcoming platformer sequel, ‘Ms. Splosion Man.’ Find out how you can get into the ‘Early Access’ beta.
Shortly after Twisted Pixel Games announced its Kinect title, ‘The Gunstringer’, the industry has been abuzz about just how the game would release: digital or retail? The answer has finally come.
Twisted Pixel announces ‘The Gunstringer’ which brings your very own riveting motion-controlled puppet show full of skeletons, cowboys, six shooters, and strings – exclusively for Microsoft Kinect.
Twisted Pixel’s follow to Comic Jumper will be a sequel to ‘Splosion Man’ called ‘Ms. Splosion Man’. Promising more of the same but ‘with more polish and better all around’.
Comic Jumper sends smiley-faced hero Captain Smiley through four different comic book genres. Read our review to find out if this XBLA game is a page turner or a snooze fest.
Twisted Pixels, the developers of ‘Splosion Man, currently have a new game in the works titled Comic Jumper and released the new trailer at E3.