For this occasion, the organizers of the Humble Indie Bundle have dropped the "bundle" shtick -- at least for the time being -- to bring us the Humble Voxatron Debut. Similar to past promotions, this new game is DRM-free, cross-platform, and you get to name the price. Suhweet.
Your purchase isn't for a finished product; rather, you're getting future content updates, as they come out, for free. Not everyone is cool with this approach, but I'm quite fond of it myself. I'm also into voxel-based games inspired by Robotron. What else might be in store, given that this is a two-week sale?
|1:30 PM on 06.17.2013|
Sunset Overdrive's Xbox One exclusivity explained
In retrospect, if there was one game I would've liked to hear more about at E3, it was Insomniac's Sunset Overdrive. The vibrant open-world shooter was a standout title at Microsoft's press conference early last week and, unf...more
|3:45 PM on 06.14.2013|
Zombie survival title How to Survive was a real gem
In EKO Studios' How to Survive, you'll travel from island to island, monitoring hunger and sleep meters, crafting items from junk you find lying around and, oh yeah, taking down zombies with a bow or machete. The whole u...more
|6:14 PM on 06.12.2013|
The Division has me absolutely giddy right now
Tom Clancy's The Division is to E3 2013 as Watch Dogs was to E3 2012. It's the game at the show that has a ton of buzz around it, as everyone realizes that it's built around a genuinely cool concept. At the same ti...more