Game Rant talks with Shovel Knight game director Sean Velasco, who discusses the character’s appearance in Yooka-Laylee, the Nintendo Switch, and more!
Shovel Knight director Sean Velasco shares some insight into porting the game to the Nintendo Switch, and talks about his favorite feature of the new hardware.
Shovel Knight and its new expansion will release ahead of other platforms this Spring on the Nintendo Switch, becoming another game to add to the new console’s launch window.
Developer Yacht Club Games premieres the first trailer for Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment at The Game Awards, revealing it to be a prequel to the original game.
Nintendo officially confirms the Shovel Knight amiibo at PAX Prime with a trailer, and in the process announces the specific functionality of the figure.
UK retailer GAME leaks the existence of the rumored Shovel Knight amiibo, revealing its packaging, as well as details about which games it will work with.
Reports have surfaced from reliable sources close to the matter that indie darling Shovel Knight will be joining the roster of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
‘Shovel Knight’ makes the jump to PS4 and although it doesn’t bring much new to the table, it’s still the 2D 8-bit throwback that gamers know and love.
The ‘toadally awesome’ Battletoads are in ‘Shovel Knight’, and it will take some serious skill to best these amphibians. Here’s how to beat Rash, Zitz, and Pimple.
Sony’s port of ‘Shovel Knight’ offers PlayStation gamers the chance to battle with the God of War and steal a special weapon from Kratos. Here’s how to unlock and defeat the iconic optional boss…
Microsoft announced that the beloved Battletoads will be appearing in ‘Shovel Knight’, and then further teased a new game starring the amphibious heroes.
Coming sometime later this year, Yacht Club Games announces the first major expansion for ‘Shovel Knight’ titled ‘Plague of Shadows’, which will put players in control of the Plague Knight.
‘Shovel Knight’, from Yacht Club Games, is a well-crafted love letter to the 8-bit era of gaming, as well as being a fantastic and addictive 2D platformer.
The annual Game Developers Choice Awards reveal the finalists for 2015 with Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Destiny, Alien: Isolation and Hearthstone leading the pack.