Wonder Parade Announced For Nintendo Switch And PC

Wonder Parade Announced For Nintendo Switch And PC

Mobile gamers might already be familiar with Wonder Parade, the rhythm game by Studio Quare. The game was released for mobile devices back in 2017, which means it will be celebrating it’s 2 year anniversary at the end of August, 2019. To celebrate this milestone, the mobile version of the game will receive an update as well as a 50% discount on August 31st, 2019. However, the real exciting news is that Nintendo Switch and PC owners will soon be able to join in on the fun as well

Morphies Law: Remorphed

Morphies Law: Remorphed

Morphies Law: Remorphed is a colorful and entertaining online shooter that brings some genuinely unique elements to the genre. The game originally suffered a rocky launch on the Nintendo Switch, but this Remorphed version addressed all of the issues while also adding plenty of new content. The fact that it features crossplay between Steam and Switch users is also quite neat. If you are tired of all the drab, serious online shooters, then give Morphies Law: Remorphed a shot and experience the fun of running around as an impossibly proportioned, colorful killing machine.

Graphics: Colorful visuals, unique levels and a wealth of customization options for your Morphie.

Sound: Pretty decent.

Gameplay: A very unique take on the genre that also manages to be a lot of fun to play

Dreamscaper by Afterburner Studios

Dreamscaper by Afterburner Studios

Everyone who has ever dealt with depression will know what a battle it can be to overcome. This is the situation in which Cassidy, the protagonist of Dreamscaper, finds herself, except in her case it is somewhat more literal. Cassidy actually has the ability to dive into her subconscious and take on the surreal nightmares that she wrestles with. It’s a pretty unique premise for a game and one of the reasons why we suggest checking out the Kickstarter for Dreamcaper by Afterburner Studios. Dreamscaper is an upcoming ARPG Roguelite blend that promises to combine elements from brawlers as well as top-down shooters, and dungeon crawlers

Check Out The Different Editions & Pre-Order Bonus Content For Upcoming WRC 8

Check Out The Different Editions & Pre-Order Bonus Content For Upcoming WRC 8

As with most new releases these days, WRC 8 will be released with different editions and pre-order bonus content. Bigben and the development studio Kylotonn has recently revealed exactly what players can expect when WRC 8, the official video game of the FIA World Rally Championship, is released. WRC 8 will be released on PC, as well as Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The game can already be pre-ordered and there are three different editions to choose from

Ten Questions With… JianYi Tsai (CreAct Games)

Ten Questions With… JianYi Tsai (CreAct Games)

A while back we checked out Neverinth, an ambitious roguelike that draws inspiration from the “Soulsborne” series. The game is currently in early access, but it is already obvious that CreAct Games, the indie team working on the game, has big plans. We were eager to find out more about Neverinth and thankfully CreAct Games were gracious enough to provide us with some answers

Blazing Chrome

Blazing Chrome

Blazing Chrome is a great run and gun shooter that draws inspiration from Contra Hard Corps and other 16-bit classics. It is an unforgiving game, but a lot of fun to play and the developers have done an incredible job with capturing the look, sounds and feel of the 16-bit era. While it only features six levels, they are all packed with enemies and bosses. You’ll also unlock some extra challenges and characters after completing the game to up the replay value. While it’s a pity that Blazing Chrome lacks online co-op, the local co-op is definitely a highlight.

Gameplay: The game is tough, but very fun.

Graphics: The 16-bit pixel art looks great.

Sound: Sounds like something right out of the 16-bit era

Streets of Rogue

Streets of Rogue

Streets of Rogue is a deceptively simple looking game, but scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find plenty of depth. It has a large selection of character classes, each with their own unique playing styles and a procedurally generated city in which to cause chaos. The amount of mission objectives is rather limited, but the ways in which you can go about accomplishing them is almost limitless. Overall, Streets of Rogue is an extremely addictive game with a ton of replay value.

Graphics: Simple, but not without charm.

Sound: The soundtrack is excellent and the sound effects really good too.

Gameplay: Extremely addictive and packed with things to do

World Premiere Trailer For Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery

World Premiere Trailer For Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery

Fans of the hit mobile hit title, Girls’ Frontline, will know that it had a predecessor called Code Name: Bakery Girl, which was released a few years earlier. The good news is that X.D. Network, along with Sunborn Network, is bringing back that first title in a bigger and better form. It is titled Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery and takes the form of a tactical RPG that will be released for PC, Nintendo Switch, as well as mobile. The developers have completely rebuilt and improved Code Name: Bakery Girl, which can be seen in the brand new world premier trailer that came with the announcement

Neverinth (CreAct Games)

Neverinth (CreAct Games)

It’s not often that we see indie developers take a stab at the “Soulsborne” series, but that is exactly what CreAct Games is attempting with Neverinth. The game, which is currently in Early Access on Steam, challenges players to explore the ever-changing halls of the Neverinth and uncover the history of the Valkyrie. The most recent update to the game added a brand new Valkyrie, the katana wielding Proud Aspirant, who is the third out of a promised five playable characters in Neverinth