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Quick: when’s the last time you played a video game where your partner’s a talking banana?! The answer is probably never, unless there was a Bananas in Pajamas video game that existed back in the day. At any rate, My

I had many questions to ask after playing Askiisoft’s Katana ZERO. What was presented as a neon hack-and-slash wound up being something a lot deeper. From the demo showcased by Devolver Digital at PAX East, this tale of a drug-fueled

There are party games, and then there are multiplayer experiences. Le Cartel and Devolver Digital is aiming to give players the latter with its upcoming title Heave Ho. On its surface, the game is very simple. It’s when the game’s

On the surface, the protagonist of The Arcade Crew’s KUNAI may seem like the friendly fellow. A cross between BMO from Adventure Time and a Don Hertzfeldt concoction, the hero of this tale seems to be beaming with happiness at

It has been eighteen years since Ulala and the rest of the Space Channel 5 crew has graced their own video game. While they have popped up in various other games, the dance-happy news crew has found themselves missing out

Every anime fan dreams of going to Japan, be it for fun or even educational purposes. The thought of roaming around places that inspired many of our favorite stories would make any person grin from ear-to-ear. Sadly, until there’s a

Sometimes you just want to go out and do some hunting. However, the fact that it costs quite a lot for ammunition and gear -- on top of the fact that some animals are just too cute to shoot --

Remember this name: Gabe Cuzzillo. This person is the creative mind behind Ape Out, a new game from Devolver Digital. Its premise is one of the most simplest in gaming today, but what it has to offer is one of

Alongside Sonic the Hedgehog, ToeJam & Earl were seen as SEGA's golden boys back in the 90s. With their debut title in 1991 and its Panic on Funkotron sequel two years later, the slick alien duo brought big beats and

Visual novels can be a bit of a hard sell for the common gamer. Unless it has a special kind of gameplay aspect to it (i.e. VA-11 HALL-A and its drink mix menu), most people outside of the Japanese market