Axiom Verge Developer And Distributor Say Its Publisher Owes Them Over $250,000

Axiom Verge Developer And Distributor Say Its Publisher Owes Them Over $250,000

Axiom Verge, the celebrated Metroidvania from developer Tom Happ, is getting a physical release on Wii U this year. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the game’s distributor Limited Run Games and its business manager Dan Adelman have said that its publisher BadLand Games still owes them around a quarter million dollars. In announcing the Wii U physical version of the game, which it will put up for sale later this month, Limited Run said that BadLand

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Five Free Switch Games Worth Playing

Five Free Switch Games Worth Playing

There’s no shortage of great games you could buy on Switch, but there are also a handful that are free. There was a time when a game being free-to-play marked it as subpar in some way. Now, free games can often be every bit as good as the paid ones and sometimes they aren’t even full of intrusive microtransactions. Here are a few of the ones worth checking out on the Nintendo Switch. Warframe Digital Extremes’ online shooter arrived on

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Vermintide 2, One Year Later

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 came out on PC on March 8, 2018. Maybe you’ve never heard of it. Maybe you have but then forgot, that grimy compound word in the title slipping past you like rain down the side of a newly waxed car. You should know that it was always good, and it’s spent the last 12 months getting even better. Created by the Swedish development studio Fatshark, Vermintide 2 is the sequel to 2015’s Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide.

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This Farming Sim Is Like Stardew Valley Except Really Sad

This Farming Sim Is Like Stardew Valley Except Really Sad

Screenshot: Lambic Studios (The Stillness Of The Wind) Picture a stripped down, hollowed out, watercolor version of Stardew Valley, and you’ll have something very close to The Stillness Of The Wind, which released on February 7 for Switch and PC. It feels like a trip to Grandma’s house filtered through the existential loneliness of a Samuel Beckett play. It can be relaxing but also alienating. What start as comforting rituals eventually give way to heart-wrenching sadness. You play as Talma,

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Player Collects Every Unique Moon In Mario Odyssey Without Taking Damage

The idea behind the challenge is simple: collect all 880 unique moons in Mario Odyssey without getting hurt or dying. The execution, however, is hard, which is why it took speedrunner Timpani over 10 hours to be the first to do it, finishing in the early hours of Christmas day. Timpani’s run is amazing to watch, not just because of the challenge involved, but also because of his ability to stay focused for such a long marathon session. The current

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Tips For Playing Fallout 76

Tips For Playing Fallout 76

Screenshot: Kotaku (Fallout 76) Fallout 76 is an online survival role-playing game that tasks you with exploring a map four times the size of Fallout 4‘s, uncovering its secrets, and making a life for yourself there. There’s crafting, base-building, hunger and thirst systems, diseases to manage, and mutations to cope with. It’s a lot, but I hope the following advice will help you on your way. There’s still plenty I haven’t seen in Fallout 76, and much I’m still learning.

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Rocket League’s New Cross-Play Feature Won’t Arrive Until 2019, Developers Say

Rocket League’s New Cross-Play Feature Won’t Arrive Until 2019, Developers Say

Screenshot: Psyonix (Rocket League) Rocket League, everyone’s favorite car soccer game, has been at the forefront of discussions around online cross-play for several years now. Long before Sony agreed to play nice with the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One when it came to Fortnite, Rocket League studio Psyonix has been working to create unified player accounts across the different versions of the game. In a announcement today, the studio said that feature has once again been delayed. “While our goal

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TowerFall May Be A Party Game, But It’s Also Fun Solo

TowerFall May Be A Party Game, But It's Also Fun Solo

Screenshot: Matt Makes Games (TowerFall) TowerFall is out on the Switch today, just over five years after it originally released on the ill-fated Ouya. It was one of the best party games then and has continued to be one of the all-time best since. It’s still great on Switch, but more than anything I can’t get over is how much fun I’ve had playing it alone. Developed by Matt Thorson’s studio Matt Makes Games, which also released Celeste earlier this

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Developer Releases Vita Game With Easy Trophies So ‘A Lot Of People Buy It’

Developer Releases Vita Game With Easy Trophies So ‘A Lot Of People Buy It’

Little Adventure on the Prairie released last February on both PS4 and Vita. It’s not good. The game consists of walking from left to right, pressing the X button to swing a sword at everything you run into, and occasionally hopping over invisible snags in the level geometry. Its creator didn’t need it to be good,… Read more… Source link

Collection Of Rare Japanese Games Leaks Online Without Owner's Permission

Collection Of Rare Japanese Games Leaks Online Without Owner's Permission

Earlier this week, a group of game archivists revealed that a trove of over 70 lost Japanese video games has surfaced, including the third game in the obscure Horror Tour trilogy of point-and-click horror games. The release of these games, from the personal stash of a Japanese collector, has touched off a debate about… Read more… Source link

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