Remember Gero Blaster, the new frog-platformer from Cave Story's creator? It's now called Kero Blaster, and it's coming out on PC and iOS on May 11. There's a nice pixelly trailer for you above, in case you wanna have a closer look.
Here's the trailer for Gero Blaster, the upcoming iOS game from Cave Story's creator.
But seriously, how DARE that woman take the puppy away. Or back. Or whatever.
We've seen our share of Humble Indie Bundles over the past year or two—independent developers who gather under the "Humble" brand and release a bunch of their games priced at whatever people want to pay.
Cave Story already has a pretty damn good soundtrack, but as with all things, it can be improved by being dipped in liquid fire and rendered into heavy metal. Thankfully there's Erik Peabody, who has released his new 7-track album "Made of Metal" upon the world.
From NIS America and original developer Nicalis comes Cave Story 3D, a game that graphically overhauls a title that really needed no graphical overhaul. How'd that work out? Let's take a quick look.
I continue to find myself looking forward to Cave Story 3D on the 3DS—something about the game's look seems like it will really lend itself to both portable play and to the 3DS's screen (and hopefully, controls). In fact, I might just be looking forward to this game more than any other upcoming 3DS title except…
Fan's of Studio Pixel's original sprite-based indie PC hit Cave Story might be put off by the polygon graphics of the 3DS remake. Perhaps the game's 2D sprite mode will make the transition easier.
The lovely-looking 3DS remake of side-scrolling action game Cave Story has been bumped from a summer release to November 8, the same day as Modern Warfare 3. Good luck, Cave Story! Its publisher attributed the delay to: "additional game improvements."
Cave Story, an indie PC game released over six years ago, is still winning new fans today following subsequent releases on the Wii and DS. Now it's being remade, in 3D, for Nintendo's newest handheld.
Nicalis' adorable retro adventure Cave Story returns to the Nintendo Download in two new flavors: A double-screened DSiWare version and a free WiiWare demo. Only a raccoon playing disc golf could make this week any better.
So how does the WiiWare version of Cave Story stand up to the original? I couldn't tell you, as I've never played the PC version.
It's Cave Story week on the Nintendo Download, and Nintendo has gotten every other WiiWare game out of the way in order to make sure Studio Pixel's eagerly anticipated action adventure has center stage.
Hitting March 22, the Wii version of classic PC game Cave Story will include new options and visual enhancements. It won't, however, include this spiffy canvas that just showed up on my doorstep by indie artist Christopher Reavey or this letter from game creator Daisuke Ayama.
The Nintendo Summit in San Francisco is positively bursting with news, with release dates for the Nintendo DSi XL, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid: Other M, and plenty of information on the games coming in the first half of 2010.
Nicalis' enhanced WiiWare port of PC adventure game Cave Story is finally coming to Nintendo's downloadable game service and we've got the release date to prove it.
Cave Story, the freeware action adventure game from indie developer Daisuke Amaya, has a retro sounding soundtrack. It's perfect fodder to be recreated with Ronald McDonald ads.
There comes a time in the week to reflect on what got into my reporter's notebook but didn't turn into Kotaku blog posts. Shall we?