Space used to be the place for PC gaming. Space combat games like Wing Commander, Elite, and the X-Wing series ushered in new technology and design ideas that made the genre one of the most important of the medium.
SOL: Exodus (PC)
Seamless are planning for a Steam release (around $10) early next year, but they are looking into the possibility of a console release afterward.
|2:00 PM on 02.17.2012|
Review: SOL: Exodus
Space sims aren't where they used to be. Once the peak of triple-A development, today the genre's torch is carried mostly by outfits catering to hardcore, nostalgia-seeped joystick-grippers. And while that approach has proved...more
|12:30 PM on 06.16.2013|
6180 The Moon has a complicated name
I'm going to be perfectly honest with you guys; I'm not super into puzzle-platformers anymore. There is something about them that just doesn't click with me like they did before. Except for 6180 The Moon. That game is rad.&n...more
|7:00 AM on 06.15.2013|
Randomly generated hell awaits in Cloudberry Kingdom
Other platformers have gone the random generation route, but not to the extent that Cloudberry Kingdom has. In fact, it's taken developer Pwnee Studios over four years to perfect the engine and game logic. After seeing it in ...more
|1:00 AM on 06.15.2013|
Get trapped inside a Rubik's Cube with C3
Since the original Portal launched in 2007 there have been a slew of puzzle/shooter hybrids trying to steal the spotlight. C3 is the first one to come along that has given me pause to look at it. I spoke with Alex Rowland, o...more