CI Games and Deck13 dropped Lords of the Fallen this week for home consoles and PC. The game has had some minor bits of mixed criticism but has generally been received as an eighth-gen Dark Souls clone. Unfortunately I haven’t had time to see if the game is actually harder than Dark Souls or not, but most comments I’ve seen seem to suggest that it is indeed easier than Dark Souls. No worries, though. For anyone who is still having trouble completing the game there are some useful walkthrough guides to help players get over some of the more troublesome hurdles. Continue reading →
Virtual Racing Industries has brought their online racing title to Steam’s Greenlight community service. The game isn’t an 8-bit inspired platformer or pixelated rogue-like adventure game. Oh no, VRI went all in with VRC Pro, showcasing a visually impressive, fast-paced racing title that mimics the real-life thrills and carnage of RC racing.
One of the more interesting action-RPGs out this fall has finally landed on the store shelves of a brick and mortar retailer near you. The name of the game? Lords of the Fallen. The gimmick? It’s a badass, tactically-oriented role-playing game with some awesome, in-depth melee combat and plenty of thrilling encounters with some interesting bosses.
Bloomylight Studio has a really slick new game called Lynn & The Spirit of Inao. If you’re a fan of director Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli’s amazing work in storytelling and animation, such as Princess Mononoke and Najiscaa of the Valley of the Wind, you’ll definitely love Lynn & The Spirit of Inao. The game has recently launched on Steam’s Greenlight service. Continue reading →
A new game from Mountain Sheep called Hardland has just landed on Early Access for Steam. The developers go well out of their way to make it known that the development on the game is still currently ongoing and that there’s a lot of broke, unfinished and unrefined features in the game. If you’re still keen on giving it a test run, do so at your own risk. Continue reading →
Following the multi-platform delay of Project CARS to March 20th, 2015, Slightly Mad Studios has released a new trailer to help assuage all the crushed hearts and broken dreams of racing game aficionados who have to settle for Driveclub and Forza Horizon 2 for their holiday-season racing fix. Continue reading →
Ziggurat has officially graduated from Steam’s Early Access phase and has launched today through the digital distribution service.
Seeing a rogue-lite FPS launch on Steam that combines emergent exploration and adventure with first-person magic and medieval-fantasy combat is a pretty exciting thing. It feels like we’re finally getting back to evolving on the concepts that were established with games like Heretic and Hexen from yesteryear’s past. Continue reading →
We’re finally starting to see video game concepts catch up to the kind of technology we have available in today’s gaming rigs. In the case of Fractured Space, we’re seeing Edge Case Games take an opportunity to explore a kind of genre that gamers have been waiting to dabble in for quite some time. Continue reading →