How did Broforce get this far without a Highlander character? Ah well, never mind, it’s got one now. And a guy from Mortal Kombat, too.
Warning: Playing just five minutes of Roll7’s Not A Hero can result in facial detonation euphoria and the random affectation of a horrific British accent. Ask your doctor if Not A Hero is right for you.
The legendary Duke Nukem 3D is coming to PS3 and PS Vita. Devolver Digital will be bringing over the game's Megaton Edition, which is already out on PC, and includes Duke 3D Atomic Edition and all three officially released expansion packs. Release dates are January 13 for North America and January 14 for Europe.
Hotline Miami is coming to the PS4 on August 19th, Sony just announced. If playing this excellent hyperviolent indie game on the new console isn't enough good news, Sony also promised will feel even more violent than ever before thanks to some newfangled DualShock 4 features:
The Shadow Warrior reboot is coming to Xbox One and PS4, publisher Devolver Digital announced in a blog post. The ports will be arriving in late September. The video above is the launch trailer from about a year ago—but it's good enough to warrant another watch. Easily one of the best things about the game.
Hatoful Boyfriend is a Japanese dating sim that replaces the usual array of sexy anime characters with pictures of birds. Devolver Digital and Mediatonichave teamed up to official bring this wonderfully creepy thing to the Western world.
Devolver Digital and Dennaton Games just released a new trailer for Hotline Miami 2, the highly anticipated sequel to 2012's acclaimed indie gorefest and one of our favorite games for the PlayStation Vita. The video doesn't court as much controversy as, say, that notorious sexual assault scene from an early demo did.…
Happy birthday, Duke Nukem 3D! The shareware version of 3D Realms' legendary first-person shooter was released for MS-DOS PCs exactly eighteen years ago. And, just in time for the anniversary, Devolver Digital introduced online multiplayer for the updated Megaton Edition of the game; trailer for that above.
After Saints Row 4, Stan Bush's "The Touch" makes yet another appearance in a video game context—this time, the Shadow Warrior reboot's launch trailer. And it is glorious.
Fully destructible bicycles should be in every game. Devolver Digital, publishers of the re-imagined and incredibly bloody FPS Shadow Warrior, have released a humorous trailer discussing the game's less talked about features. Take a look above, have a laugh, and if you'd like, check out our impressions here.
Shadow Warrior is being rebooted next month. Flying Wild Hog's re-imagining of the classic, hilarious, and bloody 1997 first-person shooter will be arriving to PC on September 26. Naturally, there's a bloody trailer to go along with the release date announcement. Dig in!
Hotline Miami 2 publisher Devolver Digital offer a succinct, URL-based answer to the question, "Can I post and monetize videos of Devolver games?"
As a gamer who has been playing Japanese role-playing games since they've been a thing, the first hurdle to overcome in Cube Roots' Dungeon Hearts was getting used to having my party on the left side of the screen. That's not where four heroes are supposed to assemble.
If your typical San Francisco convention-goer is cruising for anything when he's in town, he's probably up in the Tenderloin scouting hookers. Not Fork Parker. The CEO spokesmascot for Devolver Digital (publishers of Serious Sam) will be trawling SoMa outside the Moscone Center in that there bus, listening to new…
Mike Wilson, he of Ion Storm, Gamecock, Gathering of Developers and Devolver Digital video game company founding fame, is also the star and producer of Austin High, a "goofball stoner comedy" that has nothing to do with video games (I think) and everything to do with joints and bongs and slackerdom.
No fan of Origin, Electronic Arts' new digital distribution service, the publisher of Serious Sam 3: BFE [pictured] announced "in a move likely to shock absolutely no one" that they have scrapped plans for their own proprietary service.
And here I thought the headless kamikaze's in the Serious Sam series were unwilling test subjects. Turns out they're normal folk, just like you and me, only without heads. Oh, and their hands are bombs.
While Croteam occupies itself crafting the third entry in the Serious Sam franchise, indie developers Mommy's Best Games, Be-Rad Entertainment, and Vlambeer take Sam places he's never been before in three new indie games.