Fan’s can rejoice! The next installment of the Layton series is nearly upon us! Layton’s Mystery Journey releases July 20th for Android and IOS, and Level 5 has released a new trailer to get fans excited for the release.
Aspyr Media and Digital Continue, announce Next Up Hero for the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo switch.
If you’re a fan of games like Limbo and Badlands, you’ll be happy to know, Toby: The Secret Mine is waiting for you on PSN, right now. Toby: The Secret Mine is an otherworldly platforming puzzle game; where you play as Toby, whose friends, and fellow residents have been kidnapped, and you must help Toby journey through a dangerous world to help save your friends.
Get ready to call on your friends and crew! BattleCrew Space Pirates is releasing on Steam, July 10th.
Get the robots ready! Death Squared is coming to the Nintendo Switch, July 13th! Get ready for a fun game that you can play solo or with friends in your very own home. While some of our staff have played the game, this is one title you’ll want to check out.
Level 5 Studios are teaming up with the makers of the original “Real Escape Game,” Scrap Entertainment Inc. are bringing to life Layton’s Mystery Journey: Real World Puzzle Solving, an unprecedented 10-country promotion that challenges Layton fan’s to solve puzzles all over the world. The first puzzle was released yesterday and featuring PIKOTARO and in the style of PPAP.
Stealth games have come a long in way in the last thirty years. From single maps to huge open world settings. Originality is key to new entries into the genre and that is where Wildfire by Sneaky Bastards comes into play.
The announcement of a new console is exciting for two groups: developers and players. The decision to launch a console is an impressive feat. The sheer amount of work is mind-boggling, from marketing, design specifications, and a set price point. Microsoft announced the Xbox One X (Project Scorpio) to fans screaming and clapping. So, why can’t fans throw money and pre-order?
Focus home entertainment and Cyanide Studios revealed a trailer for Call Of Cthulhu: The Video Game, and might I say: this looks promising.
I’m going to start out and say it, I’ve never been a fan of the Metroid series. The games are long and confusing to navigate, and did I mention, hard? Yeah, not a huge fan of playing Metroid games, and Metroid: Samus Returns may change my mind.
If you’re a fan of Destiny, you may need to re-schedule your vacation as Destiny 2 will be released early.
At this year’s E3, Microsoft displayed diorama of a deconstructed Xbox One X, and boy does it look fantastic and edgy, but mostly, it remains captivating for those lucky enough to be at the Expo to see it first hand.