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When the only thing in the world that won't kill you are the rats, you have a problem!

SNK has been entertaining gamers for four decades, so naturally it would seem suited that they would celebrate this occasion the only way they know how: by putting up their dukes and getting an epic battle on. With many of the best

Rhythm game fans rejoice! There’s a new game in town currently available on the Nintendo Switch - coming soon to PS4 and Xbox One - that you’re going to love playing. Let me introduce you to Floor Kids. Get to Know

The world of ancients can be a dangerous place to roam, especially when both the wonders of nature and other people are out to claim your land as their own. Frostkeep Studios is aiming to showcase the harrowing tasks behind

Leave it to Goichi Suda to craft the most meta demo at PAX East this year. The mastermind behind the likes of Killer 7, Lollipop Chainsaw, and The Silver Case has once again brought back his beloved character Travis Touchdown

When it comes to world-building games, there's quite a lot to choose from. Being unique in that genre is where it can get tough, as many of these titles can have you build, protect, destroy, and forage throughout your gameplay's

Let's be blunt: zombie games can be old hat in this current gaming market. Every developer and publisher has dipped their toe in games about the undead, not to mention just about the entirety of the entertainment industry. So it's

It's a challenging thing to take something like the atrocities of World War II, and craft a whimsical tale about friendship. Poland-based developers Juggler Games not only has risen to this challenge, but have somehow created a story that will

I have been keeping tabs on Ackk Studios' YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG since I first glanced over its tiny booth at PAX East 2014. Since that time, it managed to grab a publisher in the form of Ysbryd Games, revamped

In the 90s, first-person shooters were all the rage thanks to the likes of Duke Nukem 3D, Doom, and Quake. Since that time, the genre has gone from slaying pixelated demons and aliens to battling human soldiers with the most realistic