Mark of the Ninja: Remastered will hit Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 9. The new version of the 2012 hit side-scrolling stealth game will have updated visuals as well as include the new level, character, and items from the Special Edition DLC. Owners of the base game can upgrade for $5.
At first glance, Hot Lava seems little more than YouTube reaction fodder, a tricky platformer with plenty of things to make entertainers mug and scream for their audience. But playing reveals a movement-based game as fun as Mirror’s Edge or Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. It’s silly. but the thrill of completing a level…
Chances are you’ve already played Hot Lava, the first 3D game from Klei Entertainment of Don’t Starve and Invisible, Inc. fame. It’s the video game version of the perennial children’s imagination game with only one rule: don’t touch the floor.
Invisible, Inc. is a game that is all about secrecy and hacking. Fitting, then, that one of its achievements can only be nabbed if players mess around with the game’s files.
Let’s get straight to it: for some of you, Invisible, Inc. will be close to the perfect video game.
Turn-based games are supposed to be about time. Patience. Giving the player the luxury - and comfort - of taking as long as they want to make sure they get their moves just right. Invisible Inc is a turn-based game, but it takes that decades-old assumption and just throws it out the window.
Don't Starve's expansion pack, Reign of the Giants, is coming to the PS4 on July 22nd, developer Klei Entertainment has announced. The new stuff will cost you $4.99, unless you're a PlayStation Plus member. Then you get a snazzy ten percent discount at launch.
The punishing fighting-desperately-for-survival simulator Don't Starve is coming to the PlayStation Vita, Developer Klei entertainment announced today. The Vita version will come with the original game and the Reign of the Giants expansion. Kotaku wishes one of our favorite PS4 games well in its new mobile-friendly…
Don't Starve, an indie game best known for its punishing single player experience, is getting a free multiplayer add-on this summer, developer Klei Entertainment announced today. It's just called Don't Starve Together. So far it's only been confirmed for PC. And while its free for current owners, the extra mode will…
Remember Incognita? (I do!) It's no longer known by that name. Klei Entertainment has renamed it Invisible, Inc., saying that title resonated more with focus groups.
Klei made 2012's best stealth game in Mark of the Ninja, so the fact their next game Incognita is also about sneaking - only this time with the squad mechanics of a game like XCOM - is exciting.
Klei Entertainment hasn't argued the comparison. To the contrary, they were the first to make it, saying their upcoming game, Incognita, is in effect espionage done in the mode of XCOM. But you find out how quickly the game is not like XCOM when you unholster your weapon.
Want more of the awesome stealth game Mark of the Ninja? They're releasing a DLC-packed special edition this summer.
This "origin" trailer tells the story behind the Tim Burtonesque survival game Don't Starve. More info here.
Most people might take their stealth tips from Solid Snake or Sam Fisher. Me, I'm more in tune with, uh, the Kool-Aid man. Seriously. Just burst into the room in the most reckless way possible and "problem solve" by shooting people up close in the face—that's how I do things. Patience, finesse and furtiveness aren't…
Mark of the Ninja doesn't look like your average stealth game. You won't be hiding in cardboard boxes or waiting 10 minutes for soldiers to turn around. And it's all two-dimensional.
Shank 2, the sequel to Klei Entertainment's stylish 2D pulp fiction beat-em up, gets the drop on the PlayStation Network and PC February 7, with the Xbox Live Arcade version lagging a day behind.
"We literally put our mortgages to it...It was a big deal. It needed to be good."
Last year's side-scrolling slice 'em up Shank is getting a sequel, EA and Klei Entertainment announced today. They're calling it Shank 2 and it's coming to PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade and PC early next year.
Shank, the side-scrolling beat-and-slash-em-up out this week, runs like a dream on the PS3 but is having some stuttering issues with its cinematics on the Xbox 360. The game's developer says older models of that console are the problem.