We've told you a lot about The Stomping Land, the great survival game that looks like a cross between DayZ and Jurassic Park. But now, with this new trailer, you can see a lot of the stuff we've written about before in action.
In a world where dinosaurs roam the earth, the biggest threats players will face might not be fearsome creatures like a T-Rex, but rather the cruel hearts of other hunters.
Hyper Dragon Ball Z might look like a forgotten arcade game of the 1990's, but it's actually a modern Dragon Ball game made by super fans in the indie fighting game engine, Mugen. And boy does the game look fantastic (the way it plays, sure, but also: dem sprites, tho.)
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?
You know, I love Chess. I really do. But like many first-installments, I feel like it left so many questions unanswered.
Dadliest Launch: Octodad, the silly octopus/dad simulator, is launching on Steam, Humble, and GOG on January 30th. It'll also drop sometime later for the PS4. Here's the (rather dramatic) launch trailer. Being an Octodad ain't easy, kids!
After getting a look at developer Arkedo's new venture today, CEO Camille Guermonprez told me something very, very interesting: more published devs might go indie.
Tale of Tales isn't the kind of indie dev to over-explain their artistic creations and I'm not the kind of person who reads the Bible. This combination creates the weirdest gaming experience ever.