Another new game from a Canadian developer was released today, though for some it’s just an update. Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and Switch. Lost Orbit originally came to Steam and PlayStation 4 back in 2015, and PixelNAUTS Games have added a slew of updates to the game, including new levels - which are available for previous Playstation 4 owners.Read More
It’s been a few years since Axon Interactive Quench was successfully funded on Kickstarter, and now we have a release month as well as upcoming system releases. The storydriven puzzle game will launch next month on Steam, Nintendo Switch, and itch.io. The Switch version will also contain HD rumble, and touch controls.Read More
Announced at E3 2018, Cuphead is getting DLC titled ‘The Delicious Last Course’ which was originally planned for Spring 2019. Similar to the base game though, the DLC has been delayed to 2020.
Studio MDHR wants to make sure the new game “meets the meticulous level of care and quality we always strive for. It's also important to use that we make things in a way that's healthy and sustainable for our team.” and thus opted to push the DLC. Considering the first game is regarded as one of the best games on Xbox One the originals often delayed status worked out in the end. Check out the trailer below!
Released back in 2016, Lost Orbit from Pixelnaut Games is getting a rerelease on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Steam and for the first time, Nintendo Switch. However this won’t be just a simple port job, the gang at Pixelnaut has gone back and added new levels and challenges, added a cinematic retelling of the original story, as well as other tweaks and changes to the gameplay.
Lost Orbit: Terminal Velocity features a new epilogue to continue the story. After the events of Harrisons journey across the universe our hero is reunited with his sister only to find out that things are much worse than he thought possible. Space pirates roam the system salvaging whatever they can all the while Ferro Corp is rounding up refugees and forcing them into labor contracts. Harrison sets off on a mission of escaping the chaos that was once his home world in hopes of finding more survivors and a place to call his own.
The game will be a free update to people who already own the game, and for the first time can be picked up on Nintendo Switch, as well as Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam on July 16th.
“You're on your own. No one to come for you. No one to help you. No one to hear you scream. Slender: The Arrival is the official video game adaptation of Slender Man, re-created from Mark Hadley's original nerve-shattering sensation. Developed by Blue Isle Studios, The Arrival features a brand new storyline, improved visuals, great replay value, and most importantly, survival horror at its best.”
Mutant Blobs Attack is a sci-fi puzzle-platformer where you play an ill-tempered blob that grows in size by swallowing everything in its path. Evolve from a tiny captive into a world-eating giant. Gain freakish abilities like magnetism, telekinesis, and rocket boosting. Use your mutant blob powers to devour the pathetic humans and all of civilization!
To celebrate the launch, DrinkBox is also putting all of their games on Switch on sale. You can also get Mutant Blobs Attacks on the cheap if you own a game already.
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