Few games are as stunningly beautiful as Drinkbox Studios' Severed. It's a game that's vibrant and full of life, with colors that pop off the screen. This liveliness is a direct contrast to the story and thematic content driving Severed, which is a somber tale of loss and righting the wrongs committed against our hero's family. It all serves as the foundation for a deep, action-intensive dungeon-crawler, that dishes all its gameplay out in perfectly sized segments. Though some developers have struggled to craft unique and memorable games for the Vita, Drinkbox has managed to do just that and then some with Severed.
The developers of Guacamelee! and Mutant Blobs Attack are unfortunately not going to be able to make their summer launch window for Severed.
It's unfair to call Severed a departure for the studio, since all three of its games thus far have been rather diverse, but Severed definitely feels different. That's probably because it relies almost exclusively on touch controls.
Forget Big Boss, this trailer for Severed is filled with phantom pain.
In the day of the digital game, retail releases aren't the only major players on the battlefield. However, which one takes home the Best Indie Game of the Summer crown is up to you.
Bigger, badder and muy caliente than before, Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition makes an already great game even more enjoyable.
Be ready to shoot, suplex and block your way through the hot summer with July's Free Games With Gold for Xbox Live subscribers.
Want more luchador action? Well, hang on to your masks because Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition is heading your way soon.
The studio that has brought us Guacamelee has unveiled the debut trailer for its latest title.
Juan Aguacate, our favorite, world-saving luchadore, returns to the ring in the best shape of his side-scrolling career.