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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

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

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

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

It would take one epic adventure to reunite some of the main honchos from the Mega Man Zero franchise. Inti Creates' Dragon: Marked For Death aims to be that co-op journey that will herald the return of the classic RPG titles of yore,

In the most noble of fantasy games, the one who wields the swords the mightiest will reign supreme over the land. Of course, that's what makes it a fantasy adventure, as history has often told us that it's the sweetest

Clustertruck is one insane premise! Taking its inspiration from every cool chase sequence from Hollywood and Hong Kong cinema (especially the one from The Matrix Reloaded), Landfall and tinyBuild's concoction has you running and leaping from truck-to-truck to reach your

I'd be called a liar if I said that there was something lying deep in what iFun4all was trying to tell its players with Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder. The simplistic aim-and-explode is a game that doesn't dive into the whys

2014's Mercenary Kings was a nice throwback to the era of Metal Slug and Contra, thanks in part to its retro looks and over-the-top comedic violence. However, it wasn't without its share of issues, from some weird graphical glitches to

Video games always seem to involve characters resolving their problems with their fists or guns. Sometimes, is it a smarter choice to use your words? This is the hypothesis that Oh