One of the most unique and evocative platforming titles released in 2015 is making its way to consoles!
Independent game publisher Abstraction Games and developer Jaywalkers Interactive announced today that Kick & Fennick, released in February of 2015 to the PS Vita to rave reviews, is launching later this year on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and WiiU.
Kick & Fennick tells the story of a young boy named Kick who finds himself waking up in a bright and colorful, yet dangerous world. Armed with a giant gun that can be used to shoot down enemy robots, while also allowing him to make huge jumps using the weapon’s powerful recoil, Kick searches for a way to the highest tower in the city to find a new energy core for Fennick, his helpful flying robot friend. Continue reading Abstraction Games Announced Their Platformer Kick & Fennick Is Heading To Consoles
Tears of the Machine: Episode 01 continues the story after the prologue in a near future dystopian world revolving around X42, the main character of Tears of the Machine. A man entombed inside of a massive mechanical form. Continue reading Tears Of The Machine Episode 1 Wreaks Havoc On The App Store
For those of you that have been following my coverage of Goliath, you already know that Whalebox Studios has been planning a Kickstarter campaign to improve their game and incorporate all of the fan feedback they’ve received at conventions.
However if you’re unfamiliar with Goliath, then this is the perfect time to familiarize yourself. Goliath is the massively open world game where your survival depends on crafting the biggest baddest Goliath, to defeat the long forgotten monsters.
And today is the day that you get to help them make the best game possible, their campaign for Goliath went live earlier today.
Continue reading Whalebox Studios Launches Their Kickstarter For Goliath Today
Today, Ubisoft announced that Grow Home, a quirky experiential climbing adventure developed by Ubisoft Reflections, will be available for download on PlayStation 4 on September 2nd, 2015.
In Grow Home, players are free to explore a strange open world full of floating islands, majestic caves and waterfalls set in a beautiful and minimalist art style. Players take on the role of BUD (Botanical Utility Droid), an excitable child-like robot sent on a mission to search the galaxy for a new species of plant that can save his home world.
Continue reading Grow Home Is Headed To The PS4, Possibly Free On PS Plus
Whalebox Studios has made a big decision regarding the future of Goliath… After discussions with players and gaming press, they’ve come up with a big list of ways they can make Goliath even better.
As a small team, they don’t have a giant robot-sized pile of extra cash sitting around, so they’ve decided to launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of some additional items.
Originally the campaign was planned to launch in July, but they decided to take some extra time to make the Kickstarter as good as it can be. The current plan is to launch the campaign on August 17th.
Unfamiliar with Goliath? Check out our previous coverage here…
Continue reading Whalebox Studios Reveals Their Kickatarter Plans For Goliath
This is one of those games that I sadly missed during it’s Kickstarter phase, however I’m glad that I’ve finally managed to stumble onto it. I’m always looking for a game that brings something new to the table and I’d say that PONCHO certainly qualifies…
PONCHO tells the story of a robot who awakes to discover a post-apocalyptic world where humanity has been extinct for centuries. This has left their robotic creations behind to fend for themselves, they’ve formed tribes and communities of their own. Now that their masters are gone, they’re trying to have make a way of life where they still have a purpose within this world.
On your journey, you will have to make some hard choices and ultimately decide the fate of humankind. With multiple areas and paths to explore, you’ll never be able to see everything in a single play through. Poncho is about making you feel like a kid again, exploring outside and looking under rocks to see what you find. There’s treasure in every nook and cranny in this world, and nothing is quite as it seems… There’s always more than one way to accomplish your goals.
Continue reading PONCHO, Discover A Post-Apocalyptic World Where Humanity Is A Thing Of The Past
Planet of the Eyes is an action-puzzle adventure about a robot who has crash-landed on the mysterious and deadly Planet of the Eyes.
After a catastrophic crash landing, you awaken as a nameless robotic scout. Uncover the source of a distant, ominous signal as you decipher messages from a survivor who makes fearful discoveries of his own
Survive a compelling mix of physics-based puzzles and platforming challenges as you navigate an exotic, retro-sci-fi-inspired setting.
Continue reading Planet Of The Eyes, Crash Landing Onto Xbox One Soon
Fans of Godzilla and Pacific Rim rejoice, the team at Whalebox Studio are creating this game for you… Unfortunately the team is keeping a pretty tight lid on it, however today they’ve revealed the below to whet your appetite.
In Goliath, players find themselves in a mysterious land consisting of the jumbled fragments of a hundred dead civilizations. Several powerful factions battle for control of this strange and broken world, but even the mightiest amongst them tremble in fear of the monstrous giants that roam the land.
To survive among these giant creatures, players must scavenge for resources and materials needed to create Goliaths to either use for battle or barter for their very lives. Starting with simple wooden versions, players will learn to create dozens of Goliaths from a variety of materials: wood, stone, metal and other more unique materials found throughout the world.
Continue reading Goliath, The Only Way To Battle Monstrous Giants Is To Create Your Own!
In the last few years there have been a number of developers that have attempted the episodic delivery model with a varying degree of success, however none have been as successful as Telltale Games.
Continue reading Yorbie Episode One: Payback’s A Bolt, The Next Ratchet & Clank?