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7:00 PM on 05.28.2014

Tangiers is one surreal stealth game

I had heard the name "Tangiers" before but wasn't aware of what kind of game it'd be. I'm still not entirely sure, even after watching this new trailer. It's labeled as stealth, though the genre connections aren't super clea...

Jordan Devore





2:00 PM on 05.28.2014

First concept art for IO Interactive's new Hitman

IO Interactive has shared concept art for its next Hitman game for consoles and PC, viewable below in high resolution. The image is set in Central Europe and that building is "larger than any location in Hitman Absolution," a...

Jordan Devore

8:00 PM on 05.21.2014

Tarsier Studios presents Hunger, a surreal action adventure

Tarsier Studios did an excellent job on LittleBigPlanet Vita, and I thoroughly enjoyed my time with it. Their new project Hunger looks like a decidedly different affair, a much more mythical story with somber tones and stealt...

Brittany Vincent

2:30 PM on 05.12.2014

Twin Souls looks like it can give me my stealth fix

[Update: one of the co-authors of the game Path of Shadows has provided a comment for Destructoid for clarification. "Twin Souls from Lynce Studios is a commercial project for profit while Path of Shadows is an academic...

Alasdair Duncan



Review: Republique: Metamorphosis photo
Review: Republique: Metamorphosis
by Chris Carter

Republique started off with a lot to prove. As a Kickstarted stealth game featuring stars like David Hayter and Jennifer Hale, the project garnered an equal amount of high expectations and skepticism. The move towards an episodic format and a backer reward snafu further added fuel to the fire.

But after playing through Republique's second episode, it's very clear to me that they have a long-term gameplan for this.

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1:30 PM on 05.02.2014

Republique's second episode is out this week

The second episode of the successful Kickstarter game Republique is hitting iOS this week. Billed as a season-oriented game, you can either pick up each episode piecemeal or by way of a Season Pass. This episode is calle...

Chris Carter

5:30 PM on 05.01.2014

Sir, You Are Being Hunted is out of Early Access with version 1.0

In most cases, I like to pass on alpha and even beta builds of games in favor of waiting for a more polished, more realized "full release" version. That's especially true if I think I'm going to really like the game in quest...

Jordan Devore

10:45 AM on 05.01.2014

Stealth Inc 2 will be heading to the Wii U as an exclusive

Stealth Bastard Deluxe soon grew from a small project to a rather big one, and when the once-PC exclusive was release on PS3, Vita and PS4, it made the name-change to Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark. Now, we're getting a ful...

Chris Carter

11:00 PM on 04.18.2014

There's a mo-cap dog in this Ground Zeroes making-of video

I adore watching VFX studio reels, so when I heard that Konami had released one for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, I just couldn't help myself. I had to click. And here we are. At three minutes in length, the video is wo...

Jordan Devore



Read the writing on the wall with Invisible, Inc. photo
Read the writing on the wall with Invisible, Inc.
by Darren Nakamura

Turn-based tactical espionage. Those words were all it took to sell me on the idea of Invisible, Inc. Going into the PAX demo, I knew I would have to be cunning, thoughtful, and sneaky if I wanted to successfully steal intelligence and make it out alive.

As it turns out, I overestimated how cunning, thoughtful, and sneaky I am. Invisible, Inc. requires proper espionage; players who run in and try to blow stuff up like James Bond will not make it far. Even those who play cautiously will often find themselves in sticky situations, outnumbered and outgunned with no hope for a clean exit.

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6:00 PM on 04.10.2014

Turn-based Hitman GO comes to iOS next week

Square Enix Montréal's turn-based strategy title Hitman GO looks like a decent excursion while we wait for the next major franchise installment from IO Interactive. It's coming real soon -- first to iOS devices on Apri...

Jordan Devore

9:30 PM on 03.18.2014

Square Enix brings Deux Ex: The Fall to Steam early

As of today, Deus Ex: The Fall is now on Steam following its mobile release last year. Players command former British SAS mercenary Ben Saxon as he tracks down a drug conspiracy in 2027. Once you get over the fact that the p...

Jordan Devore





11:00 PM on 03.13.2014

CounterSpy coming to the PlayStation 4

Some of you were pretty down with CounterSpy when it was revealed last year for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita (along with iOS and Android releases). Well good news, kids! It's coming to the PlayStation 4 as well. Ev...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

11:00 AM on 03.13.2014

Invisible, Inc. shows off true tactical espionage action

I liked the name Incognita well enough, but I'm still impressed with Invisible, Inc. Damn. Klei's recent efforts (Mark of the Ninja, Don't Starve) should be enough to sell you on Invisible, Inc., which you can buy early and ...

Steven Hansen

7:00 PM on 03.05.2014

Kojima would like MGS V: The Phantom Pain on PC

You know who else would appreciate seeing more Metal Gear Solid games on PC? Me. And a bunch of you too, I'm willing to bet. The more opportunities for people to play it, the better. Speaking to GameSpot about MGS V: The Phan...

Jordan Devore



Review: Thief photo
Review: Thief
by Chris Carter

The original Thief was one of my favorite PC games of all time. It was unique in that it completely focused on stealth -- a mechanic that wasn't used often at the time outside of a few select games like the original Metal Gear.

It not only encouraged you to stay in the shadows, but stay silent as well, incorporating elements of sound into the core gameplay. It was stunning, to say the least. The new Thief manages to takes bits and pieces from the original franchise, but it isn't nearly as memorable.

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