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Atlus brings together first-person gameplay, beat-em-up action, and one of the weirdest video game worlds ever.
We’ve got the scoop on what's worth your time.
Starting with Costume Quest, Brutal Legend developer Double Fine has
adopted a new strategy committed to more releases of smaller titles. Creative director Tim Schafer is pleased with the new direction.
What's the budget-conscious gamer have to look forward to this week? Check out this week's console downloads.
The developer of the acclaimed Braid debuted his new title, The Witness, at PAX with almost no fanfare.
Peggle 2 isn't going to be the biggest Xbox One launch title, but it's sure to please a lot of fans of the first game.
Hamilton's Great Adventure PC fans can now download the Retro Fever pack
for only $.99. Watch the new trailer to see what's in store.
Looks like Smart Bomb
Interactive will soon give us a reason to return to the cockpit with
upcoming DLC: Suppertime of Destruction.
Looking for your download fix? Check out the new titles coming to Nintendo's Wii and DSi.
Double Helix's recent mech shooter, Front Mission Evolved, has a few DLC packs rolling out this month.
Several DLC packs are coming to the myth-based action game over the next two months.
Indie developer The Behemoth announced last year that their critical
and commercial success Castle Crashers would be making its way to PSN.
Since then, few details have dropped about the status of the port.