Today developer Giant Sparrow, the people behind The Unfinished Swan announced a new game codenamed Edith Finch. Other than the fact it’s not a sequel to Unfinished Swan there isn’t any other info. We’ll keep you posted when more is announced.

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According to a Japanese report deciphered by gaming website Siliconera, Final Fantasy V will make its debut on iOS powered smartphones next week in Japan, with an Android version of the game following later in the year. If previous Final Fantasy games have been any indication, I imagine we’ll see with a western release later in the summer. Rather than a 3D re-imagining of the game from the ground up as evidenced by […]

The developers of perennial downloadable favourite Castle Crashers, The Benemoth, have today confirmed through their blog the release date and price of their next outing. The co-operative and competitive multiplayer platform brawler, Battleblock Theatre, will make its debut on Xbox Live Arcade on April 3nd and will retail for $15/1,200 Microsoft Points. Thusly, it looks like April just got a lot less shit and to celebrate that fact, the developer has released a new, deliciously irreverent trailer […]

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Supergiant Games, those effortlessly talented bods behind downloadable hit Bastion, have today unveiled their new title. Its called Transistor and has a 2014 release date, but no platforms or publisher have yet been confirmed for it.  That said, an early build of the game has been confirmed to be playable at PAX East this week; so lucky attendees can get their hands on the game well in advance of its release sometime […]

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Originally beginning as a 2ch rumour, the latest issue of Japanese magazine Jump has confirmed that not only does Final Fantasy X-2 HD exist, but that it will be included on the same disc of the PS3 version of Final Fantasy X HD. Vita owners will have to purchase Final Fantasy X-2 HD separately. The magazine also goes on to claim that the HD versions of both games will release […]

According to a listing on Amazon, it looks like the Wii U will be receiving a souped-up version of 2011′s cyberpunk action RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution on May 7th. Titled Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut, the Wii U version of the game looks to pack in the Missing Link DLC that was released alongside other additional content and use of the Gamepad as a “neural hub”. The full product listing can […]

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Looks like PS Plus members are getting two freebies this week. Nice treat considering today is my motherflippin birthday! Boo yeah! Would’ve been happier with Disgaea, but maybe next week… Anyways, freebies this week are The Cave on PS3 and Tekken 6 for PSP. The Cave is the newest game from Ron Gilbert and Double Fine Productions which sees seven adventures explore something. Might be a mine or a or […]

Capsized for the PC is one of my favorite platform games, it’s beautiful and it’s fun and challenging all at once. Well developer Alientrap and publisher indiePub went and took the whole game and put it on the iPad. And this weekend only it’s free! Head on over to the App Store and pick it up.  

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Nintendo have today confirmed that the Monster Games developed 3DS port of Donkey Kong Country Returns (3D), will hit 3DS handhelds everywhere on May 24th. There is a video of the game that you can catch on the Nintendo eShop, but if you don’t have access to that we have you sorted after the cut with the trailer of the game. To me, it looks like a riotous bit of platforming fun. […]

The process of releasing each song previously packaged with Rock Band Blitz as standalone DLC has been tedious in my opinion, but the process will cease when the final bunch is released on the 19th of March, which includes Shout by Tears For Fears, Diamond Eyes by Deft—I mean, Shinedown, and the “I just shot Marvin in the face” song. Check out the full details, as well as RBN details, […]