I have no idea what the story title means (just thought it was catchy), but one game I’m excited to play is the Coffee Crisis, a beat ‘em up brawler with an interesting premise.
I woke up this morning to one of the most amusing press releases I’ve seen in years. Hipster Attack is just around around the corner, and I’m loving the game’s original approach to the well worn Tower Defense genre.
To be honest, Rainbow Skies is a moniker I’ve misnamed numerous times (I originally thought it was Random Skies or Freedom Skies). Though the name doesn’t stick to my feeble brain, the actual game is a total keeper that over delivers as an immersive RPG. I’m six hours into the game, and thankfully I’ve barely scratched the surface.
Any adventure that cites surreal artists Max Ernst and Salvador Dali while attempting to literally find a new beat with gamers is worth a try, and I’m definitely excited to see if Beat The Game delivers on its promise.
I haven’t played the game on Steam, but considering the memorable moniker should be emblazoned on a shirt and the simple plotline is actually intriguing, I’m excited to catch Human: Fall Flat’s Xbox One and PlayStation 4 release this spring. Details on the game after the jump!
It’s not just another day in Gotham, as the trailer Batman – The Telltale Series – Episode 2: Children of Arkham has made its worldwide premiere. Check out the video after the jump.
It’s a time for celebration for SEGA and Relic Entertainment with today’s 10-year anniversary of the release of Company of Heroes. The popular and acclaimed WWII strategy game, which made its debut on PC, is the highest rated RTS (real time strategy title) on Metacritic and GameRankings.com, and to see how COH is celebrating its success, check out the details after the jump.
Rome: Total War, developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA for Windows PC, is now headed to iPad via Feral Interactive this fall. The strategy title will enable iOS gamers to embark on hours of gameplay that was previously reserved for desktop players (Feral Interactive also published the Mac version).
Music and aliens is an interesting mash-up, and the game LOUD on Planet X attempts to merge both worlds, enabling gamers to play as CHVRCHES, Little Dragon, Tegan and Sara, Metric, Shad, Purity Ring and a myriad of other artists. Starting today the game is discounted 50% on PSN, Steam and Humble throughout July. For iOS and Android gamers, the price is discounted at $2.99.