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You might be tempted to call Ronin 'Kill Bill: the Videogame'

Devolver Digital has a penchant for picking up clever game jam submissions and giving them a chance to grow into fully-realized titles. Titan Souls is a fine example, and it would have never had any exposure outside of t...   more

You might be tempted to call Ronin 'Kill Bill: the Videogame' photo

Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots

I just finished playing through Gravity Ghost (expect a review later today), and as I tend to do with less action-focused titles or sequences, I took a lot of screenshots along the way. Not only does Gravity Ghost's planet-or...   more

Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots photo


Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots photo
Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots photo
Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots photo
Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots photo
Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots photo
Gravity Ghost is pretty so I took a bunch of screenshots photo



Wow, this PlayStation Network flash sale rocks

Resogun, Costume Quest 2, and Tokyo Jungle for three dollars each. Shadow Warrior for six! Sony's holding a PlayStation Network flash sale on PS3, PS4, and PS Vita indie games this weekend and you've gotta take a look at this...   more

Wow, this PlayStation Network flash sale rocks photo

My brain can't handle this 'absurdly high-speed arcade shmup-like'

Not ten seconds into watching this video for Aerobat, a shoot-'em-up about "reckless self-endangerment," I fired off a staff email to call dibs on posting it. Holy shit! Gimme. Your pilot's ship doesn't have enough power to ...   more

My brain can't handle this 'absurdly high-speed arcade shmup-like' photo

Cautious optimism: Rain of Reflections has some good RPG ideas

A new development studio was formed in Sweden called Lionbite Games, and it has revealed its first project: a noir cyberpunk role-playing game called Rain of Reflections. The trailer above shows off the dystopian world and i...   more

Cautious optimism: Rain of Reflections has some good RPG ideas photo

Get hype-o-thetical with old-school arena shooter TOXIKK

Hanover Germany-based indie developer Reakktor Studios, creator of the newly released Early Access title TOXIKK, asks us to consider some interesting hypothetical scenarios: In this thought experiment, ask yourself...   more

Get hype-o-thetical with old-school arena shooter TOXIKK photo

Gravity Ghost story trailer hints at protagonist Iona's origin

In Gravity Ghost, the player controls Iona, who is a colorful ghost. The story is told through flashbacks, with scenes showing that Iona was not always a ghost. My scientist deductive reasoning tells me this: at some point s...   more

Gravity Ghost story trailer hints at protagonist Iona's origin photo

Point-and-click shoot 'em up Starr Mazer now on Kickstarter

A couple days ago Steven told us that Mega Man composer Manami Matsumae would be contributing to Starr Mazer, and that she would not be alone in that endeavor. Indeed, the huge list of composers on the Starr Mazer Kickstarte...   more

Point-and-click shoot 'em up Starr Mazer now on Kickstarter photo

Ashly Burch plays a giant rapping mouse in Gravity Ghost

Gravity Ghost is finally seeing release on Jan 26th, and as a reminder, it's still not too late to take advantage of the game's 33% off pre-order sale. You get an extra copy for pre-ordering too, so it's worth going in ...   more

Ashly Burch plays a giant rapping mouse in Gravity Ghost photo

Smack a naked mole rat in the face in Slasher's Keep

This isn't what I would have expected to see from the developer of Double Hitler, but consider me pleasantly surprised. Slasher's Keep is a first-person dungeon-crawler up on Steam Greenlight for user feedback and voting. I'm...   more

Smack a naked mole rat in the face in Slasher's Keep photo

Noct joins Devolver's ever-expanding roster of amazing indie games

Chris "c3sk" Eakins is an independent developer with a vision. To be more specific, Chris' vision is a high-contrast thermal camera's point of view, looking down from the sky on a...   more

Noct joins Devolver's ever-expanding roster of amazing indie games photo

Devolver's latest murderfest RONIN slices into PAX South

In what seems like an unrelenting torrent of tantalizing announcements preceding PAX South, Devolver Digital has cranked the hype dial up another notch by announcing that it will publish RONIN, a new blood-soaked action...   more

Devolver's latest murderfest RONIN slices into PAX South photo

Castle in the Darkness leaps to PC on February 5

Castle in the Darkness, the next ultra-difficult platformer from Cave Story and 1001 Spikes publisher Nicalis, is poised to debut via Steam on February 5. The project was developed by Matt Kap, the lead artist behind Th...   more

Castle in the Darkness leaps to PC on February 5 photo

Cellular puzzle game Splice now available on PSN

Splice is a puzzle game from Cipher Prime Studios which has you rearranging cellular strands to make specific structures. It's been out on PC and mobile devices for a while now, but today it became available on PS3 and PS4, m...   more

Cellular puzzle game Splice now available on PSN photo

Give some robots a rhythm beatdown in Omega: the First Movement

It has been a while since I have played a mobile game that I have really gotten into. Could Omega: the First Movement be the one to end my dry spell? Maybe! Its protagonist looks like a neon cyberpunk version of the kid from...   more

Give some robots a rhythm beatdown in Omega: the First Movement photo

Strafe's bleeding edge graphics and gameplay will literally blow your mind

Well, if you're going to cut a trailer for "the goriest shooter of 1996," this is how you do it. Enjoying the ironic aggressive marketing of the campaign, complete with stylized title (STRAFE®) popping up everywhere.    more

Strafe's bleeding edge graphics and gameplay will literally blow your mind photo

Mega Man composer working on a point-and-click space shooter

Starr Mazer is a mix of point-and-click adventure game and side-scrolling space shooter, "featuring dynamic story module system for massive replayability, a deep voice-acted story, and beautiful pixe...   more

Mega Man composer working on a point-and-click space shooter photo

Infestation: Broforce + Alien = Aliens?

It's the perfect fit. Broforce is cheesy, over the top 80s action films distilled into a shooter, a sort of hyperactive Contra. Meanwhile, Aliens is a cheesy 80s action film far removed from Alien's brilliance. Keep...   more

Infestation: Broforce + Alien = Aliens? photo

Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal

Story-driven hack 'n' slash Children of Morta's Kickstarter campaign went live today and it looks absolutely stunning. I cover a lot of retro-inspired pixel-art titles in my work here at Destructoid, but what ...   more

Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal photo


Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal photo
Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal photo
Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal photo
Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal photo
Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal photo
Children of Morta Kickstarter launches today, looks phenomenal photo



You could play Woah Dave! on an actual NES cart

Do you ever think about what it would be like to play your favorite sprite-based indie games on the consoles they were influenced by? Well, you might be able to do just that with Woah Dave!, an NES-inspired game which could p...   more

You could play Woah Dave! on an actual NES cart photo

It's time for some Paul Robertson gifs

This ghost, Mister Specter, comes from Curses 'N Chaos, an upcoming co-op arcade action title about smashing monsters. Developer Tribute Games (Mercenary Kings, Wizorb) has shared gifs of the first three bosses designed by Justin Cyr and animated by Paul Robertson. This was one of the first emails I saw this morning and now I wish every day began with gifs.   more

It's time for some Paul Robertson gifs photo

Vagante wanders onto Steam Early Access

When we last reported on Nuke Nine's retro-inspired action platformer Vagante, the title was campaigning for funding on Kickstarter. After unfortunately falling short of its funding goal the developers have brought...   more

Vagante wanders onto Steam Early Access photo

Sup Holmes learns some tricks from Vagabond Dog's Justin and Jake

[Update: Thanks for watching everybody! Rerun will be up next week. Here is the official launch trailer for the game in the meantime.] Today on Sup Holmes we're welcoming Jake Reardon and Justin Amirkhani of Vagabond Dog to ...   more

Sup Holmes learns some tricks from Vagabond Dog's Justin and Jake photo

Space Beast Terror Fright is my new drug

Space Beast Terror Fright is Johannes "johno" Norneby's interpretation of the sci-fi first-person shooter: take the artful tension-building and high-octane muzzle flash from James Cameron's Aliens, add in the corridor c...   more

Space Beast Terror Fright is my new drug photo

Suda51, Midnight City and game review reform with Tim Rogers

[Sup Holmes is a weekly talk show for people that make great videogames. It airs live every Sunday at 4pm EST on Youtube, and can be found in Podcast form on Libsyn and iTunes.] Last week on Sup Holmes we...   more

Suda51, Midnight City and game review reform with Tim Rogers photo

Alt. control exhibition at GDC features Butt Sniffin Pugs

A lot of people assume that "weird indie games" all want to use "interactive poetry" to speak to "the human condition" by using "experimental gameplay techniques" to do things like "evoke the emotional experience of repeated...   more

Alt. control exhibition at GDC features Butt Sniffin Pugs photo

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.   more

Control a three-headed hydra with your friends in Crawl photo

Seasons after Fall is fiendishly cute, coming in 2016

Swing Swing Submarine, the talented studio behind well-received puzzlers such as Blocks That Matter and Tetrobot and Co., has been hard at work on its latest project, Seasons after Fall. The exquisit...   more

Seasons after Fall is fiendishly cute, coming in 2016 photo

Review: Legend of Grimrock 2

The first Legend of Grimrock was damn near perfect. Coming seemingly out of nowhere, it put a fresh new face on the dungeon-crawling genre. It was a game that didn't forget its roots yet also didn't forget that we live in a different time. It's no surprise, then, that the sequel is absolutely stunning.   more

Review: Legend of Grimrock 2 photo

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...   more

Moonman looks like the appetizer to a Starbound entrée photo

Project Scissors dev: 'Working with a renowned film director could easily become a nightmare'

[Art by Mariel "Kinuko" Cartwright] We're closing out our Project Scissors: NightCry pre-release interview series with director Hifume Kono by bringing the focus back on the historic pairing between developer K...   more

Project Scissors dev: 'Working with a renowned film director could easily become a nightmare'  photo

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...   more

Anoxemia finds horror at the bottom of the sea photo

Grab some headphones and listen to this Hotline Miami 2 song

The music and gameplay of Hotline Miami are so intertwined in my mind that I'm hesitant to listen to tracks off the sequel's soundtrack beforehand. Oh, what the hell? One can't hurt! This song, "The Way Home, comes from Magi...   more

Grab some headphones and listen to this Hotline Miami 2 song photo

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...   more

Gravity Ghost's zen planetoid platforming coming on January 26 photo

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...   more

There Came an Echo set to release on Steam February 24 photo

Sup Holmes masters mathematical masculinity with Tim Rogers

[Update: Thanks for watching everybody! Rerun will be up next week. Enjoy Tim's video expose' on Divekick in the meantime.] Today on Sup Holmes we'll be talking to Tim Rogers, Earthbound anthropologist, football fanatic, gam...   more

Sup Holmes masters mathematical masculinity with Tim Rogers photo

VVVVVV composer is planning a game that changes the way you communicate

[Sup Holmes is a weekly talk show for people that make great videogames. It airs live every Sunday at 4pm EST on Youtube, and can be found in Podcast form on Libsyn and iTunes.] Last weekend on Sup Holmes...   more

VVVVVV composer is planning a game that changes the way you communicate photo

Path to the Sky teaser debut, game details revealed

I've been talking with Berlin-based solo developer Johannes "Dek" Märtterer since early September of last year. Some of you may already be familiar with his work. He's the creator of the charming neo-retro-sty...   more

Path to the Sky teaser debut, game details revealed photo

A Quiver of Crows looks lovely, seeks Greenlight approval

Although I'm not a shmup aficionado by any stretch of the imagination, I do enjoy playing them from time to time. The ones that I tend to go for are typically on the unusual end of the spectrum. They either stand out du...   more

A Quiver of Crows looks lovely, seeks Greenlight approval photo

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...   more

PSA: Pick up the Roundabout demo on Steam photo

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...   more

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

Contest: Win a code for Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey!

Destructoid has been given 10 codes for the awesome word puzzler Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey to hand out to our clever readers! Letter Quest released on Steam a little over a month ago, and its creative blending of Scr...   more

Contest: Win a code for Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey! photo

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...   more

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

Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on

I've tried to keep one eye on Blazing Griffin's lovely looking real-time space strategy game Distant Star: Revenant Fleet for a while now, however, the slippery devil somehow managed to sneak past me and ...   more

Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on photo


Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on photo
Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on photo
Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on photo
Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on photo
Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on photo
Distant Star: Revenant Fleet is an Early Access title to keep an eye on photo



Devs take note: THIS is how you do a press release

Frozen Synapse was a brilliant game when it released on PC in 2011. Its brilliance has since been ported to the iPad and now, the iPhone. To celebrate, the game is on sale on Steam! It's easy to recommend to anyone who ...   more

Devs take note: THIS is how you do a press release photo

Aviary Attorney Kickstarter surpasses funding goal

Coventry, England-based studio Sketchy Logic's delightfully clever twist on the legal sim, Aviary Attorney, wrapped up its Kickstarter campaign today. The project went far beyond its modest £7,000 fu...   more

Aviary Attorney Kickstarter surpasses funding goal photo

Transistor sells over 600K copies in nine months

Supergiant Games' sophomore release, Transistor, has sold over 600,000 copies between PlayStation Network and Steam, according to Supergiant's Greg Kasavin. "We were very happy to see Transistor selling even faster relative t...   more

Transistor sells over 600K copies in nine months photo

Xbox One inherits Rogue Legacy

Xbox One owners can plan on plundering many a castle with their extended lineage sometime in the future. Cellar Door Games has confirmed via Twitter that indie treasure Rogue Legacy will eventually release on Xbox One. T...   more

Xbox One inherits Rogue Legacy photo

New studio Big Bad Wolf making PS4/Xbox One RPG

There's a new developer in town and its liable to eat your grandmother and blow your house down. Well, that or make dark, mature role-playing games about things like choices and emotions. Big Bad Wolf, a new independent studi...   more

New studio Big Bad Wolf making PS4/Xbox One RPG photo

First screens of Tales of Tales' Sunset look groovy

When we last talked about Sunset, it was just beginning its Kickstarter campaign and its fate was unclear. It ended up gathering more than twice its base goal, and developer Tales of Tales started work on it, releasing a tea...   more

First screens of Tales of Tales' Sunset look groovy photo