Daily Archives: 02/04/2018

Did You Know Gaming Looks At Nier's Secrets And Lesser Known Facts

Did You Know Gaming, a YouTube show about gaming trivia, has dedicated its latest episode to the Nier series. The video includes interesting tidbits from interviews with director Yoko Taro, including how he locked himself in a locker following outrage

Dying Comes With Big Consequences In Upcoming Brawler Streets Of Red

Permadeath is often an integral part of roguelikes and modern indie games, mixing unforgiving gameplay with procedural level design. Developer Secret Base brings this widely used mechanic to its upcoming beat-em-up game, Streets of Red, in an especially unforgiving way.

Capcom Reflects On The Making Of Monster Hunter: World With A Series Of Videos

Monster Hunter: World just released at the end of last month, and it’s already a huge success. For fans that are curious about its development process, Capcom has been periodically releasing videos that look at the making of the game. Two

Frostpunk, From The Creators Of This War Of Mine, Comes Out Next Month

Frostpunk is a survival game that has tense decision-making and an oppressive tone, similar to the creators’ previous game, This War of Mine. This time, however, these mechanics are applied to the city-building sim genre, where you build a society

Super Replay – Vampire Hunter D Episode 6

Our playthrough of Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 is the most successful Super Replay to date. One thing became abundantly clear: You love watching us suffer while playing broken games. From the comments I read, a good number of you expected

Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn Launch Trailer Says It Won't Suck As Much As The Last One

Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn is riding off the back of a name most people would rather forget. The original Shaq-Fu is a notoriously terrible brawler starring Shaquille O’Neal. In its launch trailer, A Legend Reborn makes a bold claim: That it

Video Profiles Akira 'Akiman' Yasuda, One Of Gaming's Greatest Artists

If you’re a fan of Street Fighter, Capcom’s games, or the Turn A Gundam anime, you’ve probably seen the work Akira “Akiman” Yasuda. As the character designer behind Chun-Li, Guile, and more Street Fighters, the artist behind Final Fight, and many