Housemarque, the veteran Finnish development studio behind Resogun and Nex Machina, announced in a blog post today that they will abandon arcade style games after a lack of financial success.
Between its flashy explosions and deep weapon customization, the PlayStation 4's latest co-op action role-playing game is transforming me into a ruthless alien killing machine. Want to watch?
Resogun is one of the best games on the PS4, a voxel-based sidescrolling shooter that shows off the system's power in stylish fashion. Later this month, it's jumping back a hardware generation to the PS3 and Vita.
Resogun developer Housemarque just revealed a top-down co-op alien shooter that sees players blasting hundreds of aliens into strawberry mush. At the same time. You can also betray your friends, if you want. The game is called Alienation, because of course it is.
A twin-stick shooter with a mess of action on screen is the perfect launch title for the PS4.
A spiritual successor to the sharp-looking Super Stardust shoot-em-up franchise is in development for the PS4 in addition to another unannounced title for Sony’s upcoming console, development studio Housemarque announced today. Their last PlayStation game was Super Stardust Delta for the Vita.
Having seen enough of physics puzzles scored on one-to-three star scales, Furmins was going to have to show me something enjoyably different to get a nod in my App of the Day writeup. It did, but this game, by Housemarque, brings another unnecessary problem on itself in how it gets you to pay for it all.
Not all NGP titles are reinventions of games found on the Playstation 3. Sometimes, like in the case of Super Stardust Delta, they're simply an evolution.
Developer Housemarque was supposed to release multiplatform title Outland on the PSN in late April, but the network was hacked. The game's release was pushed back.
When PlayStation Store returns (reports suggest that will be May 24), PS3 account holders may choose two free games from a list being offered by Sony. One of those is Dead Nation (pictured), and the studio behind it told Edge magazine it's worried what the glut of free games might do to efforts to sell its latest…
The great PlayStation Network shooter Super Stardust HD may be approaching its fourth birthday in June, but developer Housemarque isn't finished with the twin-stick addiction just yet. It's bringing something new to the shooter this spring with "Impact."
Downloadable PlayStation 3 game Dead Nation tracks every PlayStation-enabled nation's statistics for the feat of slaying virtual zombies. The U.S. now trails Finland somehow despite killing many more zombies. Can you guess which country the game's developers live in?
The PlayStation 3 video game Dead Nation was created in Finland but nevertheless shows that the United States is the world's top country in destroying the undead.
Game developers, please stop making zombie games when you stop making good ones. The PlayStation 3-exclusive Dead Nation is allowed. It's a good one.
The PlayStation 3 may get its next great top-down shooter later this month when the zombie-infested Dead Nation—you know, from the creators of the most excellent Super Stardust HD—comes to the PlayStation Network.
We've described Outland. We've shown screenshots. Now watch the 2011 downloadable game from the makers of Super Stardust HD in action. The trick is the color-switching, Ikaruga-style.
One of the minor mysteries of the 2010 video game year is why Ubisoft showed the world screenshots of the newly-revealed Outland last week, but didn't show the game's bullets. It's a bullet-hell platformer. It looks better with bullets.
Dead Nation producer Damion Pinnock has thrown down the gauntlet.
Click to viewSuper Stardust HD developers Housemarque know twin-stick shooters. And there isn't a target more ideal than walking rotting flesh. Hence, Dead Nation, a PlayStation 3 exclusive that had better be at E3 2010.