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10:00 PM on 02.06.2014

Gigantic Army surmounts Greenlight, coming to Steam soon

Doujin shooter Gigantic Army has been granted access to Valve's walled garden and will be making its way to Steam in the near future, according to publisher Nyu Media. The localization group issued a statement thanking fans f...

Kyle MacGregor

3:00 PM on 01.29.2014

Treasure has plans for more ports to Steam and a new game

Ikaruga coming to Steam by way of Steam Greenlight was an unusual sight to behold but if that's weirdly what it takes to get Treasure games on the platform, I'm all for it. In an interview with Famitsu, Treasure president Mas...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 01.25.2014

Shoot-'em-up studio Cave Interactive retreats to Japan

Cave appears to be giving up on the Western world. The studio behind acclaimed shooters like Deathsmiles and Akai Katana made an important announcement this week, revealing its English-language blog and Twitter presence will ...

Kyle MacGregor

10:30 PM on 01.22.2014

Doujin shooter Gigantic Army assaults PC in February

Side-scrolling mech shooter Gigantic Army is set to make its attack run on Windows PC early next month, doujinsoft publisher Nyu Media has announced. Developed by Astro Port, the Japanese indie studio behind the likes of&nbs...

Kyle MacGregor

11:00 AM on 01.21.2014

Side-scrolling shooter/fighter To the Death looks great

Words can wait. Hop to To the Death's Kickstarter page and hit play on the video. Get past the few concept images and check out the 0:15 mark. Yeah. That. YES. This beauty comes from former Infinity Ward and Sony Santa Monic...

Dale North

4:30 PM on 01.02.2014

Cuphead could be this year's big run-and-gun game

That's my hope, anyway. Cuphead is one of those games I feel bad for not noticing sooner. Sporting a remarkable sense of style and animation, this looks to represent the best of the run-and-gun genre, with developer Studio M...

Jordan Devore





1:15 PM on 12.02.2013

Electronic Arts files trademarks related to Desert Strike

In 1992, Electronic Arts released Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf -- a shoot 'em up that had the player control an Apache helicopter. The game was a commercial success and is fondly remembered by many. As game publishe...

Brett Makedonski

6:00 PM on 11.13.2013

Another mesmerizing Resogun trailer for good measure

Today was a particularly busy day in what's been an all-around busy week. Did you happen to read Dale's review of Resogun? I think it's a safe bet to call this the go-to PlayStation 4 launch game -- just look at it! And the ...

Jordan Devore



Review: Resogun photo
Review: Resogun
by Dale North

Again. Again!

Housemarque already had my heart as the creators of Super Stardust. Their latest, PS4 launch title Resogun, shares some of Stardust’s spirit, but it’s a new experience -- a shoot-em-up in a cylindrical loop, built entirely from thousands of voxels.

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6:00 PM on 11.10.2013

Cave bringing a little RPG to their next shooter

Best known for manic console arcade bullet-hell shooters, like Deathsmiles and Akai Katana, Cave is mixing up the formula slightly with their next mobile shmup release, Don Paccin. The vertical shooter, slated for both ...

Wesley Ruscher

8:00 AM on 10.29.2013

Sine Mora available for free on Vita today via PS Plus

Avant-garde shoot-'em-up Sine Mora is this week's addition to the Instant Game Collection on PlayStation Plus. Subscribers will be able to freely download the Vita version of the collaborative project from Grasshopper Manufac...

Kyle MacGregor

9:00 AM on 10.16.2013

Doujin bundle: Seven Japanese indie games for cheap

Groupees has returned with another cornucopia of strange and wonderful independently-developed games from Japan. The service's latest bundle features seven doujinsoft titles, which can be acquired in pairs of your choosing f...

Kyle MacGregor



Contest: Win Soundodger+ on Steam! photo
Contest: Win Soundodger+ on Steam!
by Mr Andy Dixon

[Update: Contest over! Winners have been PM'd their codes.]

Our friends at Adult Swim Games have just given us 20 codes for Soundodger+ to hand out to the Dtoid community!

An updated version of the original flash game Soundodger, Soundodger+ released on Steam last week and brought with it a bunch of new tracks from the likes of Austin Wintory (Monaco), Danny Baranowsky (Super Meat Boy), Disasterpiece (Fez), and Lifeformed (Dustforce). Awesome!

To win a code to try the game for yourself, just leave a comment below telling us the song you're most looking forward to playing! Limit one entry per person, and the contest is open to anyone in the world who can redeem a Steam code. You have until this Sunday, October 20 at 11:59pm Pacific to enter.

Good luck!

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11:00 AM on 10.14.2013

Nyu Media unveils new wave of Japanese indies coming West

The next wave of Japanese indie games is on its way to the West. Doujinsoft publisher Nyu Media has tipped its hand, revealing five titles across three genres in its Winter and Spring 2014 lineup. Yatagarasu Attack on Ca...

Kyle MacGregor

3:30 PM on 10.07.2013

Soundodger+ brings musical bullet hell to Steam on Friday

Soundodger is a free online game that released on Adult Swim earlier this year. In it, you control a small white circle, trying to avoid a deluge of shapes spilling at you from all angles, set to music by a handful of great ...

Darren Nakamura

6:00 PM on 10.06.2013

Retro shooter Heavenly Guardian blasts PSN this week

Heavenly Guardian joins the myriad of PlayStation 2 Classics available on PlayStation Network this week. A scrolling shooter initially released in 2008 for PS2 and Nintendo Wii, the title is something of a spiritual successor...

Kyle MacGregor