Shantae: Risky’s Revenge Coming to PC 0

This coming July 15, fans of WayForward’s Shantae series of platformers will finally be able to play the latest installment in the series, even if they only have a PC to their name, as Shantae: Risky’s Revenge has been announced for the PC. The game was originally released via DsiWare followed by an iOS port.(…)

Killer is Dead Coming to PC This Month 0

For all the PC Master Race in-jokes floating around the Internet, the truth is that the PC platform usually misses out on sleeper hits and high quality releases from non AAA studios. Lately, the trend seems to be dying as many previously console-only franchises started trickling over to Steam (notably fighting games, a genre that(…)

Pier Solar HD Release Date Pushed Back 0

It seems that the indie RPG Pier Solar HD is having some trouble getting out of the gates. It was originally set for a December 2013 release, but was pushed back to April 2014, and then it encountered yet another delay until Watermelon Games went ahead and issued a backers only update stating that the(…)

People Behind Tekken and SoulCalibur Team Up for New Fighter 0

During Bandai Namco’s recent Global Gamer’s Day event, a new game featuring the talents of people that worked on the Tekken and Soulcalibur franchises was announced. Titled “Rise of Incarnates,” the game is a 2 on 2 arena-based fighting game using the Gundam Extreme VS engine. Rise of Incarnates will be released for the PC(…)

Typing of the Dead: Overkill Released on PC 0

Many gamers who are fond of zombie-themed horror games have fond memories of the House of the Dead franchise, which has two standout iterations – Typing of the Dead, which turned the rail shooter into a typing tutor, and House of the Dead: Overkill, which updated the then-aging engine into something that looks properly current(…)

Binding of Isaac will not appear on Nintendo’s 3DS eShop

Binding of Isaac will not appear on Nintendo’s 3DS eShop 0

Nintendo’s decision to reject the Binding of Isaac from their eShop will not come as a surprise to anyone familiar with Team Meat’s procedurally generated Roguelike dungeon crawler, especially since Nintendo was the company that originally colored all the blood in Mortal Kombat II green. In Edmund McMillen’s (of Team Meat) recent series of tweets,(…) to compete with Steam, will carry new games to compete with Steam, will carry new games 0

It used to be that (Good Old Games) happily co-existed with Steam in the digital game selling arena, mainly owing to the fact that they only carried classic games that were published no less than three years ago, compared the newer ones on Steam’s service. However, has recently announced that they will start(…)