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Spread the love       Tweet    A 60-second trailer for The Wonderful 101: Remastered released Wednesday, giving players a quick introduction — or reintroduction — to the game’s core cast, the Unite Morph abilities, and the game’s highly creative, albeit outright insane, boss battles. PlatinumGames’ unique action title is coming to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Steam
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Spread the love       Tweet    Sabotage Studio wears its love for the games of yesteryear proudly on its sleeve. The developer’s first project, the 2018 release of The Messenger, paid homage to 2D platformers of the past, such as Ninja Gaiden, while simultaneously providing all-new twists and turns that the genre hadn’t seen before. The final result
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Spread the love       Tweet    Neon City Riders is an upcoming 2D action-adventure game for Mecha Studios. The game was originally funded on Kickstarter back in 2017, but is finally getting its big moment soon. The 80s-inspired beat ’em up launches next week. Mecha Studios’ new trailer provides a great overview of all the sci-fi mayhem coming
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Spread the love       Tweet    While it launched just over a week ago, it took less than 24 hours for Platinum Games’ Wonderful 101 Remastered Kickstarter campaign to hit the 1.5 million mark. Needless to say, it’s been a success on the crowdfunding platform and for fans that have been waiting for this cult classic action game
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Spread the love       Tweet    Momentum for The Wonderful 101 hasn’t let up. Now at more than 23,000 backers, with 25 days still left to go, the Kickstarter campaign for The Wonderful 101: Remastered has surpassed the $1.5-million mark. As a result, the addition of the epilogue side-scroller “Luka’s First Mission” has been guaranteed, and “Luka’s Second
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Spread the love       Tweet    There are 29 days left in The Wonderful 101: Remastered’s Kickstarter campaign, but with more than $1.3 million raised and counting, it’s safe to say that PlatinumGames’ gamble on its overlooked action game has more than paid off. It’s with that success that director Hideki Kamiya has chosen to take a trip
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Spread the love       Tweet    PlatinumGames is having a pretty good year so far. In fact, the past couple of years have been good for the emergent Japanese studio. They’ve published multiple critically acclaimed titles: Bayonetta, Astral Chain, and NeiR Automata all come to mind. So why are there rumors of Microsoft passing over the company last year in their search
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Spread the love       Tweet    Temtem is a lot like Pokemon. Let’s get that out in the open right away. Developer Crema has described Temtem as “a massively multiplayer creature-collection adventure inspired by Pokemon” on their Steam page. Their inspirations are open and unabashed. Many will look at this and simply dismiss it as a Pokemon clone,
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Spread the love       Tweet    A Place for the Unwilling was successfully Kickstarted back in 2016. Since then, developer ALPixel has been hard at work perfecting the game. APftU takes the clockwork nature of Majora’s Mask and turns it into a Lovecraftian adventure game. ALPixel will finally put the game in player’s hands this month and they’ve
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Spread the love       Tweet    When Shenmue 3 was revealed at PlayStation’s E3 2015 Press Conference, there were many long-time fans of the series that were tearing up out of excitement. Today, many of those same fans are raging for a different reason. Following the reveal that Shenmue 3 would be moving to an exclusive PC distribution Epic Games Store,
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Spread the love       Tweet    Granzella announced today a worldwide Kickstarter crowdfunding for R-Type Final 2 will be launching on June 4, midnight JST. Following a poll asking the fans’ opinions, the game’s platforms were also revealed: R-Type Final 2 is supposed to launch for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam. The Kickstarter page will go
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Spread the love       Tweet    Last month, I highlighted Descend, a unique looking RPG with puzzle and platforming elements from the fledgling Twinspell Studio. The game was on Kickstarter then with a goal of $37,167; unfortunately, it did not meet that goal and only raised $19,314 before today. Despite this, the game’s developers still pledged to finish Descend
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Spread the love       Tweet    Twinspell Studio is an up and coming developer made up of 5 recent college graduates, and their first game looks great. Titled Descend, Twinspell’s firs project is an RPG with puzzle and platforming elements that takes place in a gorgeous and creative world of Hemonnet. Check out the game’s latest trailer below:
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Spread the love       Tweet    Not only is the introduction of Facebook’s “Fan Subscription” a bad sign for independent creators hoping to make a living through crowdfunded means, but it’s also another entry on the long list of ways that corporations place profit above art. As has already been pointed out by outlets such as The Verge
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Spread the love       Tweet    As anyone who has played any iteration of Namco Museum can probably tell you, it’s hard to replicate the arcade experience outside of the arcade. Sure, our televisions are larger than ever, but it just doesn’t feel the same. One of the most jarring differences between arcade titles and their console counterparts
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Spread the love       Tweet    Kickstarter is a breeding ground for exciting game releases, and all too often, a final resting place. While many independent titles and passion projects can find their niche audiences and flourish, others inevitably fall by the wayside. Escape Doodland is one of the former, but not by much. Yesterday, on its final
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Spread the love       Tweet    There is no denying that racing wheels for your gaming consoles can cost quite the pretty penny. Charging anywhere from hundreds of dollars, this gaming perhaps can be an expensive investment for gamers who like to immerse themselves in the genre fully. Fortunately, Feel VR’s latest crowdfunding project aims to deliver high-end racing
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Spread the love       Tweet    Today, tech company GameSir launched a Kickstarter project to help fund their revolutionary game controller the GameSir G5. According to the manufacturer, the GameSir G5 is a video game controller designed for mobile devices; however, unlike other mobile game controllers, the G5 is the first of its kind as it is explicitly
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Spread the love       Tweet    Last month, Serbian developer Ebb Software took to Kickstarter seeking $178,597 in funds for the development of its first-person horror game, Scorn. It raised this, and more. Completion of Scorn Part 1 prior to the the campaign was described as being “close” to done, however, Ebb Software was apparently not satisfied with every aspect of the game, and
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