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Play These Indies: Gridd Retroenhanced, Matterfall, Nex Machina
The sci-fi is heavy in this edition of Play These Indies . This time, we'll be taking a look at the on-rails action of Gridd Retroenhanced and, not...
For Honor should have been a budget game
For Honor is one of the most distinct multiplayer experiences around. It borrows from online shooters, but it's a hack-and-slash game. Even within...
Play These Indies: Baobabs Mausoleum, Aftergrinder, & Iron Crypticle
Welcome to the very first edition of Play These Indies ! New indie games are released practically every day, and it's impossible to play them all and...
Hands-on preview: Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection leans heavily on its niche appeal
Up until now, the Nihom Falcom developed Zwei II Plus seemed to be relegated to the Japanese market. That changes this summer when the game finally...
I finally played the original Knack, and it wasn't good
Last month at E3, I played Knack 2 and didn't exactly speak highly of it in my preview. I shared my coverage on N4G , and the comments section was...
Interview: Super Lucky's Tale director Dan Hurd on the move from VR to more traditional platformer
Super Lucky's Tale from Playful Corp. looks to tug at 3D platforming fans' nostalgia-loving heartstrings. With a cutesy protagonist that you just can...
Review: The End Is Nigh lives in the shadow of Super Meat Boy, but it's still pretty good
Platforms: PC I love Super Meat Boy . The 2010 hit from developers Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes featured fun level design, intense difficulty,...
Hands-on: River City: Rival Showdown continues the series' celebrated urban brawling
Last year, the Kunio-kun series experienced a revival in North America with the release of River City: Tokyo Rumble , which celebrated the franchise'...
Review: River City: Knights of Justice is an action-packed spinoff set in a quirky fantasy world
Platform: 3DS River City Ransom was known for its beat 'em up gameplay, light RPG elements, and gritty urban setting. Its sequels and spinoffs...
Hands-on: Everybody's Golf is shaping up to be an awesome return for the series
One of the most pleasant surprises to pop up at this year's E3 came in the form of Everybody's Golf . In development by Clap Hanz, the game marks the...