There are many things that make me proud to be a gamer, and one of them is the homebrew/fangame community. To me, there's almost nothing better than a group of passionate fans getting together and creating something in honor of their favorite franchises.
A homebrew Portal for the DS fits the bill perfectly in that respect, as smealum has been working on a perfectly playable (although not complete) project that pays homage to Valve's amazing first-person-puzzler.
The developer states that it's all very buggy and doesn't have sound at the moment, but it works, which is good enough for me!
Gearbox has released an official 16-bit retro demake of Borderlands 2, which is now available to play for free. It's a top-down shooter containing all the combat and loot-gathering fans have come to expect. "The Border Lands ...more
I love a good minimalist take on a piece of modern pop culture, even more so when the result taps into good ol' 8-bit gaming nostalgia. To that end, graphic designer Eric Palmer has whipped up a set of NES-style movie poster ...more
I really hope that Mega Man Legends isn't still a sore topic for some of you, because you gotta appreciate this upcoming little number for the hotness that it is without any baggage attached. What you see is a concept video ...more