I’m a sucker for tactics games and cyberpunk settings. Frozen Synapse 2 combines both into a cerebral, moody management game full of corporate politicking and high tech squad battles. While the game can be glitchy and has rough edges, the core experience nails everything I want in a cyberpunk game.
Heather Alexandra and Chris Person recently sat down to complete some stylish assassination contracts in the Toyko 42. You can watch the livestream archive here.
This is Tokyo 42. It’s an isometric action game that is inspired by the first Grand Theft Auto and Syndicate. And damn, it looks glorious.
F-Zero was a flagship game for the Nintendo's Mode 7 graphics option for the SNES, a game that should be impossible to replicate on a Genesis. Of course, intrepid fans have found a way.
I'm referring of course to indie group Mode 7's upcoming Frozen Endzone, which can now be tried by anyone who's willing to give the developers a vote of confidence by way of a pre-order.
The award-winning turn-based tactical game Frozen Synapse is being ported over to the iPad, the developer Mode 7 said yesterday, expecting the game will hit the iTunes App Store in 2012.
I'm only just now getting around to Frozen Synapse, which was released back in May and about which a bunch of people I know have had only nice things to say. So far, it's like some glorious combination of X-Com and Tron with maybe a touch of Rainbow Six and Ubisoft's fantastic 3DS game Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars. (Which…