Pit People, the latest game from Castle Crashers developer The Behemoth, begins with a planet-sized bear crashing into a planet-sized planet, transforming it into a wasteland plagued by storms of green bear blood rain. Then things get weird.
The Behemoth makes games that are infamous for challenging players' reflexes. But the next game from the indie dev studio slows things down a bit, putting the emphasis on planning instead of speed.
BattleBlock Theater is what I want to do on a Friday night.
BattleBlock Theater, the new game from the makers of Castle Crashers, comes to XBLA April 3. Here's a cheeky trailer.
Castle Crashers, the awesome side-scrolling brawler that's a lot older than most of us probably realise, is getting a third lease on life with the announcement of a PC port.
The Pink Knight was an urban myth cooked up by Castle Crashers' Xbox Live community. No such dude existed. But he does now, as The Behemoth offers him for free and promises to make up to a $50,000 donation to a breast cancer prevention and awareness organization.
While fans eagerly await the eventual release of the third game from Castle Crashers developer The Behemoth, the studio teases us all with the stick puppet filled opening cinematic for BattleBlock Theater.
Mother Russia (in this case The Behemoth, developers of Castle Crashers) needs to send a care package to the capitalist dogs in the United States. In a missile. And that's where you come in.
Because you demanded it, medieval beat 'em up Castle Crashers is getting a new brawler armed with a lollipop and equipped with pink armor. The best part? The new Pink Knight is for a good cause.
The folks behind Alien Hominid HD have a little Freudian present for you iPhone gamers out there.
Last week, the makers of Castle Crashers boasted the game had hit more than two million players since its release on Xbox Live, and hinted that they'd commemorate the milestone with a gold Xbox 360. They've now revealed their plans.
Independent developer The Behemoth got a rather lovely present on Christmas Day, when the Xbox Live Arcade version of Castle Crashers surpassed two million players. How will they celebrate? With an Xbox made of gold.
The mascot of The Behemoth, the studio behind the PS3 and Xbox 360 downloadable hit Castle Crashers, is a giant chicken. Fittingly, it's pledging gifts of livestock to needy families in developing countries through the end of November.
The creators of Alien Hominid and Castle Crashers are going to need a bit more time with their third game, BattleBlock Theater, an Xbox 360 title that is "becoming so much more than we ever expected," says developer The Behemoth.
Almost two years to the day after it arrived on the Xbox 360, Castle Crashers will hit the PlayStation 3. The game's developer today said it will release on the PlayStation Store on Aug. 31. The price is $15.
The Behemoth may be busy pushing Castle Crashers through Sony's approval process and working on BattleBlock Theater, but that doesn't mean they don't have time to work on a very special Castle Crashers treat for fans attending PAX this year.
Hinted at a week ago, the developers of Castle Crashers for the PS3 have more information on the new four-player Arena Mode exclusive to this version of the game. It accomodates 2-on-2, 1-on-3, or good old free-for-all matches.
This xtreme!!! It may not induce a thirst for tossing back a Mountain Dew or inspire us to shred something, but the PlayStation Network release of Castle Crashers is not tame looking by any means.
The creators of Alien Hominid and Castle Crashers have finally named their new game and let us play it again. Here at PAX East I have played Battle Block Theater.
As seen at PAX, a timeline of the work of the people behind Alien Hominid and Castle Crashers — with an important hint about the future.