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|Try the demo for Starmancer, a Dwarf Fortress-inspired space station sim|
Added: 21.02.2018 20:00 | 0 views | 0 comments
Its Kickstarter is now 160 percent funded.
|A ‘rad’ new game hits Xbox One and PlayStation 4 today|
Added: 21.02.2018 18:21 | 0 views | 0 comments
The kickstarter backed Rad Rodgers is out now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Harking back to the 90s, the platforming antics of Rad takes inspiration from Commander Keen, Conker, Ruff'n'Tumble & Jazz Jackrabbit. Check out the launch trailer below – which I think you will agree, looks awesome – and pop over to your console's store to grab a slice of nostalgic inspired platform goodness.
|Kingdom Come: Deliverance appears to have been downgraded from its stunning PC beta version|
Added: 21.02.2018 13:24 | 0 views | 0 comments
DSOGaming writes: "Prior to its release, Kingdom Come: Deliverance amazed a lot of gamers with its visuals. However, it appears that the final version has been noticeably downgraded compared to its beta build that was available to all Kickstarter backers."
|Jelly Deals: Classics Return in the latest Humble Bundle|
Added: 21.02.2018 11:40 | 0 views | 0 comments
A note from the editor: is a deals site launched by our parent company, Gamer Network, with a mission to find the best bargains out there. Look out for the Jelly Deals roundup of reduced-price games and kit every Saturday on Eurogamer.
Like the Comeback Kid of charity-based digital distributors, Humble is back once again with a brand new bundle full of video games. This time, the bundle in question features a collection of classic game franchises that have risen from the dead.
The genre-spanning features the Kickstarted latest entry in the Broken Sword franchise, the Kickstarted Tex Murphy adventure Tesla Effect, and the, uh, Kickstarted sequel to classic top-down RPG Wasteland 2, among others. It's safe to say a lot of franchises would have stayed long dead if it hadn't have been for crowdfunding, for better or worse.
|The brutal 2D adventure game NetherWorld has launched its Kickstarter campaign|
Added: 20.02.2018 23:55 | 0 views | 0 comments
Hungry Pixels just informed us that they have launched a Kickstarter campaign for their brutal and naughty 2D adventure game "NetherWorld". So, don't miss out on it.
|Kingdom Come: Deliverance review - history is a double-edged sword|
Added: 20.02.2018 10:31 | 0 views | 0 comments
Kingdom Come: Deliverance and the history it explores are inseparable. There hasn't been a medieval world this real and substantial since The Witcher 3. The sense of time and place it conjures is astonishing. You feel your feet squelching in muddy, rutted paths, and smell the manure on the fields around you. But what you see isn't a fantasy world reinforced by a culture's past: it is a culture's past - its bones are made out of it. Kingdom Come is the most believable adventure into medieval history I've ever experienced.
That's the hook: realism. This is the dungeons-and-no-dragons role-playing game sprung from Kickstarter into a full-sized multiplatform release. The RPG offering a first-person medieval simulation like an Elder Scrolls game, with a world living around you, but without the fantasy, magic and monsters. Instead, it's developer Warhorse's own Czech history brought to life from the year of 1403, and the detail with which it has been recreated is staggering.
Kingdom Come hasn't tried to condense a whole world into a game, but instead focused in on a 16 square kilometre area of rural Bohemia, and the dozen or so small villages and towns found there at the time. Nothing feels made up. Everything is placed with the certainty of historical reality behind it; shops are where they are because it made sense at the time - bakers here, weaponsmiths and blacksmiths there. Inns emerge naturally as the town's beating heart - the first port of call for a traveller who can buy lodgings for a week at a time, as I suppose you once would. Everywhere there are windows like this into the past.
|System Shock Remastered Development Put on Hiatus|
Added: 20.02.2018 9:06 | 2 views | 0 comments
The System Shock remake that was successfully funded on Kickstarter back in June 2016 is “taking a break,” but is not being cancelled, Nightdive Studios CEO Stephen Kick said in a Kickstarter update. According to Kick, what was initially planned as a remaster developed in Unity became an entirely new game developed in Unreal Engine...
|Be The Rocket Demo|
Added: 20.02.2018 6:09 | 0 views | 0 comments
This is an early demo for Be The Rocket made for Kickstarter. Please remember to go to the Options > Video and up the settings for better quality.