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Metroidvanias are a dime-a-dozen these days, so it's always refreshing to see someone in the industry add a refreshing twist to the genre. Enter Dirty Beast Games, who presented their debut title Feral Frontier at this year's Boston Festival of

Death can be a funny thing, even if it's one of the most feared things on the planet. So leave it to Zoink! Games, the creators of the under-appreciated Stick It To The Man, to push the envelope of what

It takes a lot for a video game to truly wow its audience. Some go for over-the-top violence, others showcase a heart-wrenching story usually reserved for Oscar-winning movies. In the case of Sabotage's The Messenger, the way it wows gamers

Sometimes I want to give the benefit of the doubt when it comes to kart racing, the one kind of gaming I can be a sucker for. With big names like Mario Kart and underdog winners like Jimmie Johnson's Anything

On paper, Binx Entertainment's I Hate Running Backwards sounds keen to have a great time. With characters from Serious Sam, Shadow Warrior, Broforce, and other Devolver Digital favorites teaming up for an all-out shootout, the ideas and possibilities that could

Cooperative games that require a lot of communication seem like they are played best in person. This was the thought issued by the original order-delivering chef game Overcooked. While this certainly makes a lot of sense, it can be deceptively

Death can be a bitch, especially when he spends more time learning how to do kick flips than he does actually doing his job. But when second chances arise from a grim situation, one cannot help but grasp that brass

Labyrinths can be quite the brain teasers, but in the non-digital world they can only deliver maybe one or two challenges per play-through. In the realm of video games, you can code more challenges than you can shake a stick

Video games are often made with a very specific purpose. Some are designed to be played all by yourself on a dark stormy night. Others are built to be played with friends either cooperatively or competitively. Ever since streaming became

slampunks' Muddledash is a rather simple game to describe. Two to four players take control of octopi on a quest to reach their friend's birthday party. There is only one gift between everyone, and it's up to the fastest and