This new trailer for Quadrilateral Cowboy has reminded me how much I want to play that game. I got a brief taste back at PAX Prime in 2012 and was immediately hooked by its lo-fi hacking aesthetic, especially after playing B...more
Quadrilateral Cowboy, developed by Blendo Games, seems like it would have a huge barrier to entry considering that it uses legitimate computer programming to solve its puzzles. This is far from true. My biggest concern for th...more
Blendo Games, the developers behind Thirty Flights of Loving and Gravity Bone, have released a video for their upcoming project, Quadrilateral Cowboy. Besides having one of the best titles ever, Quadrilateral Cowboy&nbs...more
Titanfall is getting a currency system in the form of the "Black Market," which allows you to buy and sell burn cards and insignia. The system is very simple -- if you don't like your burn cards and participate in normal...more
Screencheat offers a new twist on the first-person genre. Players are invisible and the only way to gauge where an enemy is located is to look at their screen.
The game will feature two-to-four player splitscreen, even when ...more
Back with more impressions from playing Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, I had some first-hand playtime with the cybernetic tough guy, Wilhelm the Enforcer, which I would like to relate to you with my mouth. Wilhelm may not be all he's cracked up to be, yet. But he's got a couple of interesting surprises.more