The lights are on
With Sony placing a big emphasis on both digital distribution and niche
indie games on PlayStation 4, I think it's time the publisher went
through its own back catalog and revive some lost classics as smaller
scale downloadable games.
In a diverse show, we discuss the best Lego game yet, as well as 2013's explosion of experimental indie games.
If you're a fan of experimental indie projects or just in the mood for a fun detour from your typical gaming adventure, look no further.
The first of the game's Headhunter packs – TK Baha's Bloody Harvest – is now out.
Zen Studio's second Star Wars table pack doesn't have quite the same punch as its inaugural swing at George Lucas's beloved sci-fi franchise, but that won't stop pinball fans from getting plenty of enjoyment out of the new offerings.
MMOs just keep looking better and better, but 8BitMMO is a massively
multiplayer game that is a throwback to the kinds of games you played
when you were little – if you were little in the '80s. No offense if you were a big kid.
It sounds like it could be years before a port comes to mobile phones.
Publisher Deep Silver has announced a release date for Saints Row IV's Enter the Dominatrix DLC.
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag players will be able to keep
plundering the high seas after the game's releases with downloadable
content...unless they're playing on a Wii U.
While the art style lives up to expectations and the narrative contains plenty of mystery (too much, actually), playing Knock-Knock simply isn't much fun.
Chris Hecker has released an impressive visual update to SpyParty, which brings the indie game's characters to life.
We talk about the huge potential – and painful launch – of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto Online.