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7:00 PM on 01.16.2015

See how long it'd take to complete your Steam library

We got a tip today about this cool little site called SteamLeft that tries to estimate how long it would take you to finish the rest of the games in your Steam library based on data from HowLongToBeat. To see your personal re...

Jordan Devore

6:30 PM on 01.15.2015

Control a three-headed hydra with your friends in Crawl

Crawl, the multiplayer dungeon crawler from Powerhoof where you control the monsters and try to kill you friends, just released a new update on Steam today. In addition to a big list of bug fixes and stat balancing, the Plague Mushroom update introduces a ton of new content.

Ben Davis

8:00 PM on 01.14.2015

Moonman looks like the appetizer to a Starbound entrée

It feels like Starbound has been in development for a long time now. Sure, it's playable, but it is not complete. Perhaps a similarly styled game that is not quite so ambitious may tide us all over. Perhaps we want to contro...

Darren Nakamura

12:15 PM on 01.14.2015

Humble abandons 'one-click' Steam Key redemption

Just over a year ago, Humble Bundle implemented OAuth "one-click" Steam Key redemption in an effort to simplify the process of adding games purchased through the service to your Steam account while protecting participating de...

Rob Morrow

3:30 PM on 01.13.2015

The next Shadowrun game comes to Kickstarter, funded almost immediately

Shadowrun: Hong Kong, the third videogame adaptation of the popular tabletop RPG series, is looking to Kickstarter for funding. The game will -- obviously -- take place in magical cyberpunk Hong Kong, where the player uncover...

Mike Cosimano

2:00 PM on 01.13.2015

Anoxemia finds horror at the bottom of the sea

The thought of dismemberment and/or mutilation freaks me out, for sure. The thought of instead being stuck at the bottom of the ocean with a dwindling oxygen supply evokes a different kind of terror. Sure, there will probabl...

Darren Nakamura

1:45 PM on 01.13.2015

Grim Fandango Remastered will be $15

Grim Fandango Remastered is available for pre-order on a few digital storefronts ahead of its January 27 release. With that comes pricing, hitherto unknown. The remaster of the classic adventure game will be $15. You ca...

Steven Hansen



JumpJet Rex revels in old-school charm, hits Early Access January 14 photo
JumpJet Rex revels in old-school charm, hits Early Access January 14
by Alessandro Fillari

There's just something about the 8-bit and 16-bit eras of gaming. Even after decades, it's still a remarkable and enduring period that's managed to stand the test of time. With a slick focus on charming visuals and deeply refined gameplay, the classics of the time are still played today. And, with a sizable amount of fans clamoring for the return of such titles, it's easy to see why the endearing nature of 2D games holds strong. Honestly, games just felt more pure back then, and it looks as though some devs are looking to emulate the example set by games from the past.

Originally created as a quick title for GameJam 2014, the developers at Tree Fortress found something special about this peculiar T-Rex wearing jet boots, and decided to flesh it out into a fully featured title. Taking inspiration from classic games like Mega Man and Sonic, the talent behind JumpJet Rex wanted to offer players a new 2D platformer that's not only goofy fun, but also tough as nails.

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10:00 PM on 01.12.2015

Gravity Ghost's zen planetoid platforming coming on January 26

Funny, I feel like I just posted about the release date for a delayed indie game featuring voice work by Ashly Burch and music from some of my favorite composers. Talk about déjà vu. In contrast to There Came an...

Darren Nakamura

9:00 PM on 01.12.2015

There Came an Echo set to release on Steam February 24

There Came an Echo is Iridium Studios' second Kickstarter success, but as a more ambitious project it took a bit longer than Sequence to release after its crowdfunding campaign. Originally projected for a June 2014 rele...

Darren Nakamura





11:00 AM on 01.12.2015

New Volume trailer reveals additional enemy types

Volume is an upcoming retelling of the Robin Hood legend from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell, featuring the vocal talents of both ex-Destructoid editor Jim Sterling and Andy Serkis, the talent behind Go...

Laura Kate Dale

2:30 PM on 01.11.2015

PSA: Sir, You Are Being Hunted on sale for $4

Sir, You Are Being Hunted, the "procedurally-generated British horror in which tweed-wearing robots hunt you for sport," is on sale for $4 on Steam until Tuesday morning. It's a lovely combination of terrifying and hilarious,...

Steven Hansen

1:00 PM on 01.10.2015

PSA: Pick up the Roundabout demo on Steam

We've posted about No Goblin's Roundabout before. Yup, it's that '70s B-movie game about driving a "spinning limousine." I'll be the first to admit that based on the gameplay footage I'd seen, I thought it would probably...

Rob Morrow

8:45 PM on 01.09.2015

Judo is 'vintage sports games' meets 'rolling and throwing in Super Smash Bros.'

Laboratory Games started Judo as "a fun side project," and at a glance, it might still look like one. But that's part of the charm, I think. The studio brought an arcade-cabinet version of the PC/Mac game to PAX Prime last y...

Jordan Devore

5:30 PM on 01.09.2015

Drift Stage looks and plays like a love letter to classic arcade racing games

One look at Drift Stage in motion -- a few quick seconds into its main theme song -- and it's love. This is a racing game for PC/Mac with one hell of an art direction currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. The pitch isn't...

Jordan Devore

11:00 PM on 01.08.2015

Fan translates all of The Talos Principle's hexadecimal messages

The Talos Principle uses several different modes of storytelling. There are the dictations from the god-like Elohim, the conversations with the Milton Library Assistant, the recordings of a bygone scientist, the QR code messa...

Darren Nakamura