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There are a number of video games being created, especially now that narrative games have hit an all-time high in popularity recently, that have dealt with horrifying stories in history and turned them into interactive adventures in a video game. But these five real historical happenings should definitely follow in their footsteps and be made into a video game.
Sony has been making the PS4 home to a lot of smaller games in between their big releases. Usually they use them as a way to hold gamers over until the AAA titles arrive. One of those games is called Klaus and it's an interesting puzzle-platformer due for release at the end of the month.
If you wanted quality PC gaming, you bought Sierra games. Well, Sierra is making a return to form under the Activision publishing license and the subsidiary will be getting back to the basics and publishing games that made them famous in the first place.
Looking for a puzzle platformer with a shocking twist? Then might I interest you in Teslagrad, coming from Rain Games and Soedesco and offering tons of puzzles and platforming action.
Black Forest Games has managed to churn out yet another Kickstarter success. The developers have announced that Dieselstormers, the disel-punk side-scrolling action game, has managed to finish its Kickstarter run with a launch on Steam's Early Access platform.
The Kickstarter page on Steam boasts more than a 100 games that have been crowd-sourced and brought to life on everyone's favorite PC gaming digital distribution outlet.
Just prove the naysayers wrong, the developers released a massive update for the game, making it known that the project is still alive and well and that it isn't the sort of Kickstarter scandal that some forum members would lead people to believe.
Players will take on the role of tribal members attempting to build up their camp, build up and recruit members to their tribe, fend off their village from intruders and, of course, tussle with and tame dinosaurs in the stomping land.
Nintendo Enthusiast recovers the low spirits by reporting that Superhot, the Kickstarted first-person shooter where time only moves when you move, could be coming to the eighth gen home consoles
U.K., developer Inglenook is bringing this 1920s, story-driven, murder-mystery, side-scrolling co-op RPG set in Massachusetts to life... on Kickstarter.
This beautifully rendered, almost environmentally-minimalist platformer is steeped heavy in the history of the Inuit tribes of the north Alaskan plains. As explained on IGN, players will assume the role of a young Iñupiaq protagonist named Nuna. She's joined by the game's deuteragonist, the arctic fox.
Few people know this about wizards, but they are actually a rather rambunctious bunch, always getting into tiffs and flinging spells at one another. According to Paradox Interactive and Paradox North, gamers will soon be able to experience this sort of behavior for themselves as Magicka: Wizard Wars gears up for open beta.
Another milestone has been reached for DayZ's standalone release. Dean “Rocket” Hall took to the social media sphere to make it known that the open-world, zombie-survival game has managed to sell more than 2 million copies.
There are a couple of interesting new games now available on Steam's Greenlight service looking to get a few up-votes and favorites from the Steam user community.
Well, after spending many months sitting in my library, I took the opportunity to install and boot-up this ambitious sword-fighting game.