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Harmonix are the kings of rhythm video games. From Guitar Hero and Rock Band to Amplitude and Dance Central, the Boston-based game developers are known for bringing the right kind of groove to the digital world. Now, after taking a

It’s been nearly a decade since Snoopy Flying Ace came out, the last great dogfighting game I went hands-on with. All In Games must’ve noticed this lack of classic planes battling to the death within the digital realm. Thankfully, they

We finally have the perfect shark simulator. Okay, perhaps “simulator” isn’t the best word to use, as it’s more of a pure fantasy. Tripwire Interactive’s Maneater gives you the chance to act like the most badass shark around, causing carnage

Have you ever wanted to experience what Chihiro went through while working in a bathhouse in Spirited Away? Onsen Master, an upcoming hot spring organizer, gives you the chance to learn the ropes and make customers happy. However, as one

One of my favorite genres in anime is the iyashikei, a kind of show that soothes the soul rather than excites it. At the Whitethorn Digital booth, a new video game from Gamious aims to deliver a feeling similar to

Delivering packages can have its rewards. Good exercise, clean fresh air, and even a chance to see the sights of your surroundings. But when it comes to TinyBuild, that isn’t enough to truly satisfy any mail carrier-to-be. Hence why with

The more I see Streets of Rage 4, the more excited I get for its impending release. What could’ve been an easy cash grab is transforming into an epic love letter to one of SEGA’s most iconic series out there.

A simple idea can lead to video game brilliance. With the minds behind MINIT at the creative table, Disc Room takes a tiny concept and explodes it with great uniqueness. From what I saw at their Devolver booth, it’s apparent

If there’s one thing I’m a huge sucker for, it’s Japanese game shows. You know, the kind where combatants get hurt loads of times just for the laughter of the audience. Devolver Digital and Mediatonic Games knows their audience well

Sometimes you need to press that reset button hard in life. Timberline Studios knows this well, as evident in their upcoming game The Red Lantern. Mixing a deep narrative with an Oregon Trail-like gameplay style, Players embark on a journey