The umbrella game development organization Microsoft Studios has gone through a re-branding. The collection of thirteen studios has been renamed to Xbox Game Studios, further cementing Xbox as Microsoft’s games brand.
Battle Princess Madelyn has been announced for an official December 6th release on numerous platforms, bringing this whimsical indie game into the spotlight.
Horror games have risen from their cult-following pasts to their current mainstream domination. Amnesia: the Collection from Frictional Games is, arguably, one of the most influential games attributed to starting the horror craze within the gaming world. They are stories of betrayal shrouded in mystery as you take on the role of three separate individuals, who have been stricken with amnesia, and...[Read More]
Last year, the 2012 horror game Alan Wake had to be removed from digital storefronts due to music licensing issues. However, those issues have been resolved with the help of Microsoft and the game is once again available and on sale.
Finally, the moment Sony fans have all waited for is here. The gaming giant has announced that they will be allowing cross-play with Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, beginning with Fortnite.
Today, Rockstar Games announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 will be receiving an online multiplayer mode. It will be similar to GTA V‘s current online mode.
We Happy Few is a new game developed by Compulsion Games and published by Gearbox that brings tons of story and adventure gameplay elements packed into one video game. As you play through the game with the characters Arthur, Sally, and Ollie; you experience new gameplay options, skill trees, and interactions with other characters and NPCs.
Dead Cells is a new roguelike Castlevania-esque game that has just released today, and we can honestly say it’s pretty darn good. From the humor invoked through the main headless Prisoner character, to the procedurally generated rooms it’s certainly a fun 2D platformer that brings the new with the old styles.
The Call of Cthulhu video game will begin to spread madness starting on their October 30th release! This game was inspired by the tabletop version of Call of Cthulhu by the company Chaosism.