Developer interview: Song of Iron

At a recent Xbox event, the one title that stood out to us more than anything else was Song of Iron – an absolutely stunning 2.5D action adventure. Even more remarkable was that it turned out it was being created by a solo developer, Joe Winter. We reached out to Joe to find out more – find out what he had to say below, and check out the gorgeous new trailer at the bottom. Continue reading “Developer interview: Song of Iron”

Port roundup: Gravity Heroes, Buster’s Quest: Trails of Hamsterdam & Breathedge

We just saw three titles land on the PlayStation 4 that were previously released on other platforms but that we didn’t want to keep from you. In this port roundup, we look at PQube’s arcade-inspired Gravity Heroes, Buster’s Quest: Trials of Hamsterdam and the console release of Breathedge. Continue reading “Port roundup: Gravity Heroes, Buster’s Quest: Trails of Hamsterdam & Breathedge”

Developer interview: Blocksplode

Blocksplode comes out on April 14th and instantly appealed to us as fans of Tumble VR. Rich in content with over 90 levels to complete with a variety of gameplay mechanics, the game has you placing sticks of dynamite on carefully built structures in order to bring it down. In most levels, you have to knock a certain percentage of the blocks down, but additional requirements are to knock down grumpy blue blocks (who taunt you with Lemmings-like “Oh no!” sounds) or to make sure green gems don’t hit the water below. Continue reading “Developer interview: Blocksplode”

Release roundup: Zombieland VR – Headshot Fever, Forgotten Fields & Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace

Three very different releases up today – a movie adaptation in VR with Zombieland VR – Headshot Fever, a short narrative-driven that comes out very soon called Forgotten Fields, and a board game adaptation that doesn’t play like a board game: Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace. Continue reading “Release roundup: Zombieland VR – Headshot Fever, Forgotten Fields & Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace”