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12:30 PM on 06.13.2014

Yatagarasu AoC, Sacred Tears True greenlit for Steam

Japanese indies Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm and Sacred Tears True have been greenlit for Steam, publisher and localization house Nyu Media announced this week. Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm is a fighting game from PD...

Kyle MacGregor

3:00 PM on 05.30.2014

City building meets first-person RPG in Northern Shadow

That intro! Northern Shadow is a first-person role-playing game in which you rebuild a lost kingdom, literally, and then go out on adventures while a steward keeps everything running smoothly back home. It's also being made ...

Jordan Devore

11:30 AM on 05.30.2014

Lakeview Cabin Collection channels cheesy horror movies

There is something charming about bad horror movies. From the overused tropes to the laughable gore effects, they are hard to take seriously. Lakeview Cabin seems to get that, and is celebrating the stupidity with its episod...

Darren Nakamura

10:30 PM on 05.28.2014

Steam dumps another 75 games to Greenlight

The very talked about, incredibly divisive Steam Greenlight service is back at it again, releasing a batch of 75 new titles to play. As always, I'm not even going to pretend like I've heard of any of these games. That said, i...

Abel Girmay

6:00 PM on 05.23.2014

Bullet hell Zenzizenzic takes to Kickstarter for the final stretch

Zenzizenzic may have a ridiculous name, but it has a genuinely interesting story behind its development. Ruud Koorevaar would not have been called a game developer when he began work on the twin-stick bullet hell shooter; he...

Darren Nakamura

11:00 AM on 05.22.2014

Red Goddess: Inner World Kickstarter hits funding goal

Just a couple months ago, Yanim Studio launched a Kickstarter campaign for its pretty platformer Red Goddess, but it failed to meet its goal of $50,000 by about 20%. Earlier this month, the studio relaunched with updated ass...

Darren Nakamura

1:00 AM on 05.22.2014

You could punch bears with your awesome fist right now in Fist of Awesome

You know what I've always wanted to do? Punch a bear in its stupid mouth. But, bears are decidedly more badass than I am, and it'd most likely rip my head off of my stupid body. I like my head; I'd prefer for that to not hap...

Brett Makedonski

11:00 AM on 05.21.2014

Here are some protips for both life and Super Avalanche

Ever fancied yourself a real life coach? Billy Wilcox is here to drop some knowledge on you with some tips that can also be applied to Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche. Mr. Wilcox also goes by William, Bill, or Vito for those th...

Brett Makedonski

2:30 PM on 05.12.2014

Twin Souls looks like it can give me my stealth fix

[Update: one of the co-authors of the game Path of Shadows has provided a comment for Destructoid for clarification. "Twin Souls from Lynce Studios is a commercial project for profit while Path of Shadows is an academic...

Alasdair Duncan

12:45 PM on 05.07.2014

Towns left in limbo as second developer quits the project

City-building sim Towns made it through the Steam Greenlight process and released on the platform, unfinished, in 2012 before Valve had implemented its Early Access program for work-in-progress games. That didn't go over so w...

Jordan Devore

1:30 PM on 05.06.2014

Valve pulls shady Earth: Year 2066 from Steam, offering refunds

After rising through the Steam Greenlight approval process, Earth: Year 2066 was released on Steam Early Access just last month for $19.99. If you follow Jim Sterling's fine work over at The Escapist, you'll be all too famili...

Jordan Devore





12:45 PM on 05.06.2014

The Way goes out of this world, is inspired by Out of This World

A lot of bygone genres have been making comebacks in recent years, like adventure games or fighting games, but a particular style of game has not yet made a return to the limelight. In today's terms, games like Out of This W...

Darren Nakamura

7:00 AM on 05.06.2014

Adventures of Pip follows one pixel's journey to become a hero

As long time videogame enthusiasts, we have seen graphics evolve slowly over time, with character sprites becoming more and more detailed as time went on. What we do not see often is that evolution through the course of a si...

Darren Nakamura

11:45 AM on 05.01.2014

Guild of Dungeoneering takes us back to pen and paper days

Guild of Dungeoneering might as well be a board game. It has the look of a hastily doodled tabletop role-playing game, and it features tile-laying and hand management mechanics. Each turn, the player draws up to five cards, ...

Darren Nakamura

4:30 PM on 04.29.2014

Here's another mixed bag of Steam Greenlight titles

In responding to criticisms that its Greenlight program was too slow to promote new games to Steam, Valve seems to have just turned the tap on full blast. We've got our third batch of Greenlight titles in April -- that's 225...

Alasdair Duncan

12:45 PM on 04.29.2014

Chiptune artist Shael Riley wants to train your ears with new game

Shael Riley (of The Double Ice Backfire) and his pals at ThaSauce Games want to bring music game fans something fresh and unique to the genre, in the hopes it will be picked up by Steam Greenlight. Riley tackled the art, sou...

Ian Bonds