In my preview of Mi-Clos Studio's Out There, I said that I had figured out the game's resource management system, so I expected to play through the full version merely for the narrative components. Yeah, that didn't happen. »
This week I talked with Marsh Naylor. He's that guy that posts both real and humorous articles, sometimes simultaneously, leading us to wonder if his news about Goat Simulators can be trusted! Nevertheless, I caught up with him and got the facts out of him (well, probably). »
This trailer is bananas. Watch it. It will tell you everything you need to know about Jazzpunk, the new indie title by Necrophone Games. Then, read this interview with Luis "Artist of Doom" Hernandez, one of the key players at the studio, to hear the story behind the game that gave birth to this bananas trailer.
When I was 12-years-old, I built funky Lego spaceships. That was my thing. I was not, I repeat, not inventing a new, more affordable, Braille printer for people with visual impairments. Shubham Banerjee is: »
For North Americans, Trigger Happy Havoc: Danganronpa came out for the PS Vita yesterday and that means a psychotic teddy bear has locked you in at crazy school and is just waiting for you and your friends to kill each other off, one by one. Here's a bunch of spoiler-free tips that won't necessarily help you survive… »
As an avid watcher of TV murder mysteries, I think I'm particularly skilled at fingering the culprit early on in a series. It's all about following the evidence and anticipating plot twists.So, when I started the visual novel/murder mystery game Trigger Happy Havoc: Danganronpa, I thought: I got this. »