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Contest: Win Katana ZERO for Switch or Steam

Slice and dice in our contest to win Katana ZERO for Switch or Steam! You know why I like giving away games published by Devolver Digital? For starters, they're an awesome company in basically every way and I love being able to help support...

 
 
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Minit lives, dies, repeats on mobile soon

Death is a frequent visitor in Minit. After a minute of living, you die. Then you come back to life, again, for only a minute. And then you die. It's quite excellent. Finally, a year after it first launched, Minit is coming to the plat...

 
 
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A hands on with Devolver Digital's Heave Ho

Just a few hours after its initial reveal I stopped by Devlover Digital's PAX booth to check out Heave Ho, their new cooperative game about working together to swing your weird little legless gremlins towards a common goal.  ...

 
 
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Hand-holding co-op game Heave Ho looks like absurd fun

Heave Ho is an upcoming platform game from Le Cartel and Devolver Digital in which up to four friends traverse obstacles mid-air and try not to let each other fall to their horrible, untimely demise. You play as little cartoon folks with lo...

 
 
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Contest: Win an SNES copy of Fork Parker's Crunch Out

Feel the crunch on your SNES with a brand-new copy of Fork Parker's Crunch Out! Ok, so this one is pretty cool. Three awesome groups -- Devolver Digital (awesome publisher), Mega Cat Studios (awesome dev/pub/physical producer), and Take Thi...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Switch copy of The Red Strings Club

Go down in pixelated style with our contest for a Switch copy of The Red Strings Club. The good thing about games published by Devolver Digital is that you know you're going to get some slick, stylish, and totally different than what most g...

 
 
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The Messenger on PS4 delivers a perfectly suitable experience

When The Messenger launched on PC and Switch last year, I was pretty intrigued. The art style looked to harken back to classic titles like Ninja Gaiden on the NES, with Dtoid's own Rich Meister giving the game 10/10. I watched Game Attack s...

 
 
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The Messenger will bring its ninja rap to PS4 on March 19

The wait is over. Sony and Devolver Digital have finally announced that Sabotage Studios' excellent retro-styled platformer, The Messenger, will be arriving on PS4 March 19.Already available on PC and Nintendo Switch, The Messenger is a thr...

 
 
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Gris receives new update and celebrates 300,000 sales to date

Devolver Digital has released a free new update for Nomada Studios' esoteric adventure title Gris. The free update, Gris Undone, adds a gallery of design artwork and unused music, displaying further beautiful works intended for the slight, ...

 
 
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Don't worry, Devolver still has an E3 press conference

E3 is going to seem kind of quiet this year. Sony has confirmed it's sitting this one out, instead opting to throw its own shindig presumably centered around the next PlayStation. EA's out too, at least as far as a press conference is conce...

 
 
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Review: Ape Out

It's a testament to the medium of video games that we simply haven't run out of ideas yet. Video games, with no rules or limitations set on length, flow, realism, or narrative, can conjure up an almost infinite number of wild situations pop...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Switch or PC key for Pikuniku

Pikuniku kind of confuses me, but don't let that stop you from entering our contest. I think the intro bit there pretty much sums it up: Pikiniku is charming and unique and odd, and it kind of confuses me. But in the good way. There's nothi...

 
 
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Devolver Digital got me high on Weedcraft

I have to admit my perception of Devolver Digital has been somewhat limited. Until just last week, I primarily knew the company for its candy-cane colored logo with the old-west font, its ostentatious E3 presentations featuring Chief S...

 
 
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Ape Out pushed back to late-February release

Ape Out, a Devolver Digital joint that puts players in the skull-crushing hands of a big ol' gorilla, will release on February 28 instead of next week. It's coming to PC and Switch.  Look, I could sit here and smash my fingers all over...

 
 
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Downwell is a must-play on Switch even for double dippers

Downwell is a roguelike action game about plummeting down an impossibly long and monster-filled well with style, grace, and gunboots. As Nintendo Switch owners will soon discover, it is exceptional. It's one of those games whose magic can't...

 
 
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The latest Humble Bundle is all about PS4

I love it when Humble Bundle dips into console gaming every now and then. This week, it's the Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle 2019, a batch of okay to great games from a wide range of publishers. Depending on the gaps in your PS4 library, t...

 
 
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Review: Pikuniku

I wasn't exactly sure what I was getting into with Pikuniku, the new Devolver Digital-repped puzzle-platformer adventure for Switch and PC, but I knew I liked its long-legged antics and minimalist aesthetic. That was enough of a hook, and t...

 
 
 
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Katana Zero wears its Hotline Miami influences on its kimono

Fast, loud, vibrant, and violent. Devolver Digital's newest signee Katana Zero wastes no time making an impression, filled to the brim with the sort of constant carnage you'd expect from a game about a contract-killing samurai. It's im...

 
 
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Samurai slasher Katana Zero enlists Devolver as its sensei

It has been exactly five days since we last wrote about the long-awaited, neon-drenched samurai slasher Katana Zero. But the bushido blade life is an unpredictable one, and sometimes things happen at a quick clip. Developer Askiisoft has t...

 
 
 
 
 
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Keep your dingus warm in SCUM's Winter update

Tis the season for murdering each other on a prison island, so SCUM is getting into the festivities with a new update. To get your winter wonderland on, players will be able to explore a snow covered map, get into snowball fights and sled d...

 
 
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Review: GRIS

Are Games Art? Cool your jets, I'm not going down that route. Do people still care about the answer to that question? Maybe they do. I sure don't - just games, innit? Sometimes they're great, sometimes they aren't. Sometimes they pick you u...

 
 




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