With the recent debut of the Xbox One, much of the gaming world has been rather anxious to see what sort of titles would start off the indies race on Xbox Live Arcade. And starting off for the Xbox One we have Lococycle, the newest, next gen offering from Twisted Pixel Games. Twisted Pixel Games is a small development company based in Austin, Texas that got worldwide recognition from their previous Xbox Live Arcade titles 'Splosion Man and The Maw. Now, as a part of Microsoft Studios, they get to race onto the next gen highway with Lococycle, and it looks like they may have brought Texas with them.
Tearaway is the newest gem from Media Molecule, the creators of LittleBigPlanet. This title features a story that celebrates storytelling and even manages to get you into the action. In Tearaway, you must help a little messenger named Iota (or Atoi, if female), deliver a message to the most important person in its world: you!
The Guided Fate Paradox has come over to North America courtesy of NIS America, the folks responsible for giving us such treats like the Disgaea series and the Etrian Odyssey games. If you're aware of the company and its catalog of games, then chances are that you're a pretty big Japanese role-playing game fan and are very much appreciate of the niche RPGs that NIS America offers. The Guided Fate Paradox goes beyond what other games do and gives you the chance... to become God.
Papa Sangre II is an experience like no other on the iOS platform. This new title from Playground Publishing B.V. features gameplay that takes advantage of the gyroscopic abilities of the iPad and the iPhone to deliver an adventure through sound, effectively creating a theater of the mind. Oh, and your adventure is guided by Sean Bean. If that isn't nifty, we don't know what is.
When I first heard about Giant Boulder of Death, I could tell right away from the name that it must be a new effort from Adult Swim. Between titles like Robot Unicorn Attack and Super Monsters Ate My Condo, Adult Swim has such a recognizable and defined style, that the combination of the words "Giant," "Boulder," and "Death" could only point in one direction. Could a name generator for Adult Swim games be that far behind? Only time will tell. In the meantime, let's take a look at this new iOS game.
Grasshopper Manufacture has released their newest title, Killer is Dead. Goichi Suda, Grasshopper's team leader (also known as Suda 51), is known for implementing over-the-top, unorthodox and stylistic approaches to gameplay. Suda has been trying to appeal to the otaku of the world throughout his titles, and Killer is Dead is no exception. With such an elaborate library of No More Heroes 1-2, Killer7 and Lollipop Chainsaw behind him, Suda is no stranger to the strange and unusual. Is Killer Suda's newest cult classic? Or should it just be dead?
Kyubo is a strange game. All it takes is one look at the odd-looking main character and you'll get an idea of what a weird combination of influences it happens to be. What is that little guy anyway? He kinda looks like what would happen if Ang from the Avatar cartoon met one of the shadow creatures from Ico. Sprung from the keyboard of former Angry Birds programmer Marco Rapino, Kyubo is the first effort of his spinoff studio Chestnut Games. But this title is about as far from the ubiquitous physics flinger as it gets.
Monkey Boxing from Crescent Moon Games is an iOS title that's pretty self-explanatory: it features monkeys boxing. I mean, that it. And really, what else could you want than a bunch of kooky simians in weird outfits, throwing haymakers and uppercuts at each other? So jump in and see if this game is truly a-peeling (sorry, I had to), or if it's just monkeying around. And yes, I promise to seek counseling with regard to my issue with puns. I can't help it if I go bananas for them.
The incredibly bloody and darkly humorous Surgeon Simulator 2013 will be available from Steam today, giving everyone a chance to exercise their skills, thankfully far away from an actual operating room.
When the original trailer for Dropchord was released, people responded with a resounding “huh?” Now that the game has been officially shown at PAX East, we finally know what all these blinking lights mean.
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