Between Attack on Titan and GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst, it kinda feels like it's anime week here on the site. Locke and Jason sat down with the latter on Tuesday this week to hunt down and feast upon some unknowing gods.
You know what? Normally, I like to start these articles off with a little joke prefacing the meatier bits, but this time, I'm just going to show you a quote from the press release for Enter the Gungeon's "Supply Drop Update".
If you missed it Monday night, our Co-Opticrew set about systematically disassembling giant naked men in a handful of Attack on Titan's co-op mode. By the time the dust settled, there wasn't a single Titan left to tell of the horrors we had wrought (well, except for that one particularly creepy one hanging out in home base...)
Parallel Circles' debut title, Flat Heroes, got the Greenlight, and now it's headed to Steam Early Access. You'll be able to check out the cooperative minimalist action title starting next week, September 8.
Tuque Games’ action shooter, Livelock, is finally here. The bugs have been sorted out, the final polish has been applied, and the battle to restore humanity starts now.
Welcome to the "Fall Gaming Season" - officially kicking off the craziest three months of releases of the year. In any given September, October and November - the amount of video game releases usually equal that for the entire rest of the year. So...strap in.
If I were dropped into, say, one of the plethora of modern Survival games currently available, I can't imagine I'd last too long. I mean, I can barely make it through the workday in one piece, and I've already got clothes and a place to live! Plopping me in the middle of the woods with nothing but a loincloth and my wits would most likely lead to me expiring with only one of those two things.
Nietzsche once said, "That which does not kill us, makes us stronger." I'm pretty sure he was referring to mental strength there, but it's entirely possible that he was predicting the core mechanic of NeuroVoider, a game centered around destroying your robotic enemies and subsequently attaching parts of their dismembered body onto your own. Who's to say, really?
To be honest, if someone were to call me a "pit person", I'd be vaguely offended, but I'm not quite sure why. I suppose I'll have to get used to it, though, as people will be slinging that term around all willy-nilly once The Behemoth's Pit People hits closed beta for Xbox One on September 8th. Soon enough, forums will be rife with topics titled "Check out my new yaoi pitfic", "How 2 be best NA pit person in ranked", and "Petition for the devs to add more varied sizes of pits". I await their arrival with bated breath.
There used to be a day that when you bought a multitap and four controllers, as along as your console ran, you could play your games in co-op forever. However, with online co-op being reliant on servers, it is only a matter of time until they are turned off. September 24th is that day for several Ubisoft titles.