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One of the best indie games I had the privilege to play at PAX East was Slime-San.  The story is simple.  The player is a small slimeball hopping through the forest before a gigantic worm comes along and swallows you

Monster Boy is a beautiful 2-D side-scroller where you, as the player, embark on a journey with the main character, who is struck with some sort of wizardry magic that transforms you into a monster, hence the name.

Trove is an eccentric cubed MMO that brings all the fun of mining, building and questing into one explosive game.

Two of Cartoon Network's series in the current (and future) lineup are heading to consoles later this year, with the announcements of Steven Universe: Save the Light and OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes arriving on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. A sequel to the mobile

Organizing a medieval adventure is never easy, so you would think that going on one from the comfort of your home would be a lot simpler. In [adult swim games]'s Kingsway, you quickly find out that any magical adventure is never a

Let me be blunt: as a kid, I sucked at ToeJam & Earl. The Sega Genesis classic was a game that drove my patience, to the point where I had my first experience of rage-quitting a video game. Its groovy graphics

Rick and Morty are a godsend for this entertainment industry. Each episode of the [adult swim] cartoon is crammed with loads of humor, often climaxing with some incredibly dark and poignant realizations. With co-creator/star Justin Roiland being interested in virtual reality

If you are a fan of Norse mythology and anything Viking, then you need to check out Northgard, a new strategy game from acclaimed independent game developer Shiro Games. 

2015's Party Hard was a stealthy, original killer of a game that played true to its retro style and 80s attitude. That's why it comes as no surprise that a sequel is coming hard and fast later this year. At

If there's one game that I played at PAX East that just about everyone should keep their eyes on, it's Mr. Shifty. Of course, with his style of speed and combat, keeping an eye on him is easier said than