You know, I never realized how much I missed Sly Cooper until I recently laid hands on an in-development build of the master thief's upcoming game. There's a particular charm in how the larcenous raccoon created by Sucker Punch manages to combine stealth, humor and platforming into an attractive whole. I mean, I…
Super Monday Night Combat is a third-person five-on-five shooter that most of you can't play yet. It's been in private beta and has been updated more than 30 times since that all began in September.
Deadlight is a side-scrolling survival game set in a zombie-infested, ruined Cold War 1980s. It's inspired by writer Cormac McCarthy's "The Road." It plays a bit like Prince of Persia and Another World.
In AirMech, you play as a robot that transforms into a plane. You play from a top-down view. You can shoot stuff up, treating it like an arcade game, but it's a real-time strategy game.
Part tower defense game, part Tetris, Go Home Dinosaurs is many things. Educational, it is not, despite it's depiction of the extinction of dinosaurs.
Later this week, the indie game Fez will be released, and so we'll need to give some new game to title of Coolest-Looking-Indie-We-Can't-All-Play-Yet. Which game deserves it? Spy Party? The Witness?
In the video game War of the Roses you're a medieval mauler. You're a person with sword, mace, or bow-and-arrow. You might be on a horse. You might have a lance.
Ash is a rabbit and the prince of Hell. His questionable interactions with a rubber ducky have been photographed by the paparazzi. As a result, embarrassing images have spread across Hell's version of the Internet—the Hellternet—which is full of porn, gossip, ads and nice commenters.