One Game, 2 versions. It’s not an entirely new concept and there are many previous examples of games releasing with 2 differing versions to choose from. The one that immediately jumps to mind – and I really didn’t believe that I would be drawing any parallels with – is the Pokemon series, specifically the original Red and Blue releases. Fallen Legion revives this concept, and has released as Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire on the PlayStation 4 and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion on the PlayStation Vita. Both games…
Looking for an escape, Tom takes a solitary job out of the city. It’s only human to want to be alone sometimes, but what he finds…isn’t.
Like a genie’s lamp, Shantae rubs me up the right way.
What use is the daily grind without something to work for?
The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.
A test of your musical aptitude and patience across an old school platformer, 140 makes its way onto almost as many platforms as the name suggests. Described as minimalistic by developers Abstraction Games, this is a title from the gameplay director of Limbo, Jeppe Carlsen. No wonder, then.
Discover how the Easter Bunny spends its spare time during the reminder of the year in this arcade blaster from developers Nnooo. There is no backstory to this bargain priced game and the gameplay is basic. You play as a one bunny army controlling a stationary 360-degree rotating turret in the middle of the map, using the peculiar arsenal of carrots against waves of evil bunnies. Wouldn’t they like that? Best not to think about it – just aim and shoot with the right thumbstick and right trigger respectively. No other buttons are utilised,…