Port roundup: Art of Rally, KeyWe, Puzzle Bobble 3D, Lord of the Click 2 & Catty & Batty: The Spirit Guide

We always enjoy checking out games that are being rereleased on new platforms, so let’s highlight a few of them right now – here are Art of Rally, KeyWe, Puzzle Bobble 3D: Vacation Odyssey, Lord of the Click 2 and Catty & Batty: The Spirit Guide. Continue reading “Port roundup: Art of Rally, KeyWe, Puzzle Bobble 3D, Lord of the Click 2 & Catty & Batty: The Spirit Guide”

Indie roundup: Bonfire Peaks, Skeletal Avenger & Astria Ascending

We’re in the middle of a season full of big releases, but a few smaller ones are extremely worthwhile as well. Today, we check out Bonfire Peaks, Skeletal Avenger and Astria Ascending. Continue reading “Indie roundup: Bonfire Peaks, Skeletal Avenger & Astria Ascending”

Release roundup: The Plane Effect, Balsa Model Flight Simulator & A Gummy’s Life

A closer look at three new releases, from the intriguing The Plane Effect and creativity sandbox that is Balsa Model Flight Simulator to the sugary sweetness of A Gummy’s Life. Continue reading “Release roundup: The Plane Effect, Balsa Model Flight Simulator & A Gummy’s Life”

Developer interview: Arcade Paradise

Even though most trade shows have been of the digital variety this year, that hasn’t stopped us from coming across our fair share of interesting upcoming games. One of them is Arcade Paradise, which is all about classic arcades but puts a management spin on it, letting you transfer an old laundromat into a vibrant videogame arcade. And yes – the games you put in are playable as well! We checked in with developer Nosebleed Interactive and talked to managing director Andreas Firnigl about their nostalgia-rich project. Continue reading “Developer interview: Arcade Paradise”

Hindsight 20/20 – Wrath of the Raakshasa review (PS5)

Hindsight 20/20 – Wrath of the Raakshasa from Triple-I Games is being marketed as a game by BioWare and Sucker Punch veterans, but while that would point towards a AAA-like production this is a game that has all the originality typically associated with the indie scene instead. It’s out now for PCs and all of the current and next gen consoles – we played it on a PlayStation 5. Continue reading “Hindsight 20/20 – Wrath of the Raakshasa review (PS5)”