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
In a black and white world where the sun seldom shines, the streets are all but abandoned and a mega-corporation controls all, you must shoulder the burden of an injured brother in order to carry him to safety.
U.K., developer Inglenook is bringing this 1920s, story-driven, murder-mystery, side-scrolling co-op RPG set in Massachusetts to life... on Kickstarter.
Today is the final day for the Amplitude reboot Kickstarter campaign and, at the risk of jinxing the whole thing, it looks like the team at Harmonix Music Systems will have the opportunity to make their rhythm game dreams a reality.
The developers recently made a post on their Kickstarter page with some very good news regarding the Wii U version for Shiness, noting that they've received a response from Nintendo regarding the project.
The game showcases the kind of graphics, themes and aesthetics that one would hope to get from a Tron game, but unfortunately that's probably not likely to happen under the guidance of an AAA publisher.
A new trailer has emerged for Darksea Games' Kickstarted Road Redemption, the new-school, spiritual successor to Road Rash. The trailer does a magnificent job of showcasing some of the improvements and upgrades happening to the game.
Making the game design process even easier than it was before is a series of game development tutorials from Eric Tereshinski, better known in the internet gaming and design community as ETeeski.
Untold Games has managed to make a pretty big dent in the world of gaming... specifically, console gaming. Their new title Loading Human, will be making its way to Sony's PlayStation 4 and the new VR headset, Project Morpheus.
Rhythm game fans of yesteryear and gamers who enjoy groovy trips through psychedelic, music-powered roller coasters might be interested to know that Harmonix is looking to bring a new version of Amplitude to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 and, despite being a big, AAA developer, the team is turning to Kickstarter to try and get the game funded.
Looking for a side-scrolling, four-player cooperative title with customizable weapons, incessant violence and physics-based destruction? Well, look no further than Black Forest Games' Diselstormers.
Shortly into the Kickstarter for a detailed history book about the digital life and times of CCP Games' ever-evolving galactic MMO, EVE Online, the project reached its goal and then doubled it.
The independent Kickstarter project from Flying Carpet Games, The Girl and the Robot, has not only been successfully funded and primed for release on PC and Wii U later this year, but the game has now been added to the software line-up of the PlayStation 4, too.
If you thought that Goat Simulator from Coffee Stain Studios was the start and end of animal-based physics simulators, you're about as wrong as a goat farmer feeding his herd mutton.
If you've been following the progress of Darksea Games's upcoming motorcycle, combat-racing game, you would know that the game is literally the spiritual successor to the age-old 16-bit racing title, Road Rash.