In its unstoppable ascent to the upper echelons of the video game industry, weird-as-fuck indie game Goat Simulator is taking aim at the fiercest, most ubiquitous competition of all: zombie games. Watch out, Dying Light!
In honor of the people who purchased a bajillion copies of a game that simulates goats poorly, this Thursday developer Coffee Stain Studios is releasing Goat Simulator update 1.2, AKA Goat MMO Simulator. Really.
A whole bunch of stuff, like hats and multiplayer, gets added to Goat Simulator today—all for free. While that's cool, you've gotta read how the developers, Coffee Stain Studios, are describing the update.
A Story About My Uncle gets a few things very right.
Sure, we've shown you what Goat Simulator looks like in action—but if you're on the fence about the game, perhaps it would help to read everyone's hilarious reviews on Steam?
Yesterday I bemoaned that Goat Simulator was just a game jam game that probably won't be publicly available. Today I return with more footage that makes that reality all the more painful.
Sanctum 2, whose younger brother we talked about a little while ago, is out. It's looking... blue. And gray. Also fun. Corridor shooting in corridors crafted by me? Yes please.
Sanctum, Coffee Stain Studios' first-person tower defense/shooter hybrid from 2010, is getting a sequel on May 15. As usual, pre-ordering nets you extra goodies, but in this case, you get something far better than an extra gun skin. Namely a whole spinoff game. Which looks quite spiffy.