Coming this summer to a mobile device near you, two lovely things in a colorful free-to-play sandwich.
Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is not just a sequel to Activision's lovely War for/Fall of Cybertron games or a Michael Bay-flavored movie tie-in. It's both, and that scares the spark out of me.
It's easy to lose sight of the next Shantae game with all the hoopla over the next-next one, but developer Wayforward is here to remind us (with a trailer, no less) that Shantae and the Pirate's Curse is still very much a thing.
Everyone's favorite half-genie belly dancer looks pretty good in HD. Shantae, the star of games like Shantae and Shantae: Risky's Revenge, wants to hair-whip her way to HD platforms, and the developers at WayForward are asking for $400,000 to make that happen.
New screenshots for the next Adventure Time. The isometric dungeon crawler Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!, slated to hit PC, Xbox 360, PS3, 3DS and Wii U in November, has a lovely new set of shots starring Finn, Jake, the Ice King, and Lumpy Space Princess. Check 'em out below.
Yes, BMO — I would like to an Adventure Time video game, but only if it's stuffed inside a metal representation of your perfect form, like the 3DS collector's edition of Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW!
Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! allows up to four players to step into the booties of their favorite characters, taking on 100 randomly-generated dungeon levels filled with monsters, treasures, and all sorts of Gauntlet-style coolness. It would be the perfect online multiplayer dungeon crawl…
For many, DuckTales is a beloved game—and I imagine that the mere idea of messing with it isn't an appealing one. But after a chat at E3 with Matt Bozon, dreative director at WayForward, and Austin Ivansmith, director, it seems that many of the changes in the remastered version of DuckTales are things that fans can…
After being assaulted by a mix of horrific dubstep and "epic" video game trailer music for four days straight, it's time for something a little more traditional — something like Jake Kaufman's fantastic soundtrack for Mighty Switch Force 2.
Oh, joy joy joy! WayForward and D3Publishers are teaming up with Adventure Time writer Pen Ward again for a second Adventure Time game, the companies announced today in a press release. That image here of Finn? That pretty much explains how I feel about this. (Minus the punchiness.)
There are plenty of shows that apparently only certain groups of people can appreciate. Adventure Time? Scoff! That's a kid's show! Definitely heard that one before.
They still make Nintendo DS games worth caring about, and Aliens games worth paying attention. My proof: Aliens Infestation, the brand-new DS game that merges Aliens with Metroid.
Popular comic artist Chris Bachalo breathes life into the 19 space marines doomed to die this September in Sega and WayForward's Aliens: Infestation for the Nintendo DS.
The developers at Way Forward, veterans of recent 3D remakes and sequels to games like Contra and A Boy and His Blob are turning BloodRayne, a 3D action game series about a sexy lady vampire that launched nine years ago, into a 2D action brawler.
When I first saw the Nintendo DS, I saw a machine that had two screens. Some of the most creative people working on the system, however, have looked at the Nintendo DS and seen one screen.
Last year, video game Batman was dark. He crunched bones. This year, video game Batman is cheerful. He hangs out with Robin and can beat up bad guys alongside Green Lantern.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold is a colorful 2D beat-em up in a world where dark and gritty 3D action adventure reigns supreme. Can it possibly succeed where other Batman brawlers have failed?