Last year there were a few ID@Xbox Games that debuted at GDC. This year there are a ton — 23 games made it to Microsoft's list and that's not even all of them.
There may not have been a cow level in Diablo III, but Goat Simulator has brought back a Blizzard favorite with this amazing Easter egg.
The Swedish developer Coffee Stain Studios has decided to add some MMO action to the popular and goofy Goat sim.
An announcement today at Germany’s GDC conference, however, is simply staggering; the insane and ridiculous Goat Simulator recouped its production budget within ten minutes of its launch.
At Gamescom 2014, Microsoft unveiled a massive lineup of indie titles coming to the Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program, and just about all of them are worth your attention.
The baaaaaaddest simulator of all time is heading to a retail store near you.
Prepare to jetpack a group of kids into the sky, because Goat Simulator is adding multiplayer and a ton of other major features in its upcoming update.
The goat-centric sensation, Goat Simulator, will be getting a patch that adds some new features.
There's a devious glint in your eye, and a song of mischief in your heart. You may claim to like things as they are, but anyone with a brain could see the thing you wish for, more than anything else, is to be a goat. Well, thanks to Coffee Stain Studios' Goat Simulator, now you, too can goat, and you can goat with gusto. While its title might imply some hardcore simulated goating action, in truth, this wild indie title is has so much more to offer.
Did you ever want to know what it feels like to be a goat, one of the Internet's most revered creatures? Wonder no more, because Goat Simulator is being released soon.