Published by Headup Games, Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield is a brand new take on the endless runner genre that’s out now for consoles and PCs – we tried it out on a PlayStation 5. Continue reading “Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield review (PS4/PS5)”
As we head towards the summer, which typically means a bunch of big name titles come out, we’re taking some time to highlight a trio of smaller games and DLC releases. Today, that means we’re looking at 41 Hours, Agent Intercept and new content for Port Royale 4. Continue reading “Release roundup: 41 Hours, Agent Intercept & Port Royale 4: Buccaneers”
2021 is the second year in a row where most major trade shows have been canceled, at least in their physical form. While Gamescom 2021 was originally going ahead with a hybrid format, they’ve recently announced they’re scrapping the physical portion of this year’s event. Covid-wise things might be looking better at the end of August, but with so much uncertainty and the long preparation that exhibitors have before these shows, it seems like a sensible decision. But with a digital-only show to look forward to, what can we expect? We got in touch with Valentina Birke from Super Crowd, project manager for the Indie Arena Booth – which won the 2019 Gamescom ‘booth of the year’ award and pioneered a digital platform for the 2020 edition. What followed were some unique insights into the birth and future of their digital indie game platform. Continue reading “A Gamescom 2021 preview with Indie Arena Booth”
We’re certainly seeing a lot of ports come our way this year, which we fully encourage as it brings games to new audiences and sometimes reintroduces games that weren’t even available for purchase anymore. Today we’re looking at four brand new ports that might be different in genre but have one thing in common – we weren’t expecting them! Continue reading “Port roundup: Incredible Mandy, Violett, Quantum Replica & Sparkle 2 EVO”
Three very different indie productions to discuss today – we look at action puzzler/metroidvania Retro Machina, 2D retro puzzler 0 Degrees and the sci-fi management sim Base One.