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Pixel Heroes may offer a marginally different experience every time you play, but in practice, each playthrough is about as pleasant as a poke in the eye.
Valve has today announced that it will be extinguishing its existing Steam Greenlight programme and replacing it with a pay-to-publish platform, known as Steam Direct.
With a Kickstarter launching in April, Retroblox promises to deliver multi-system emulation that makes use of original cartridges, CDs and peripherals.
99Vidas is a surprisingly deep beat'em up which delivers the hoodlum-punching frolics and coin-devouring difficulty of old-school arcade games.
Is Mad Catz in danger of folding? The latest news from the long-standing peripheral manufacturer certainly doesn't bode well.
Nevermind places you in the sci-fi shoes of a 'Neuroprober', charged with the serious business of healing patients’ mental wounds through exploration and puzzle-solving.
If you've got a Wii U, it's time to look elsewhere to log onto BBC iPlayer to catch up with Sherlock.
While Tattletail takes its cues from Five Nights at Freddy’s, it neverless offers more than just jump-scares. Terrifying and tense, this horror title will...
Kamio Recoil's wafer-thin storyline – something about a squadron of five anime girls saving the world from demon invaders – is far from the worst thing on offer here.
Following rumours that dragon-themed role-playing game Scalebound was experiencing developmental difficulties, Microsoft have tonight confirmed that the title has been cancelled. In a statement issued...
With its distinctive visual approach and amusingly oddball characters, Tales of Cosmos isn’t lacking in charm. But this intergalactic adventure’s frustratingly obscure puzzles and...
Tomb Raider developer Crystal Dynamics has announced that it has parted ways with Rhianna Pratchett, the writer who played a large part in rebooting the action-adventure...