- Meme hero, Question Hound (aka “the This is Fine Dog”) from the comic Gunshow.
- Revolutionary canines Nacho and Rad Shiba from the PS Vita game VA-11 HALL-A
- Hybrid trash vermin, the Ratcoon, from action roguelike Ruin of the Reckless.
- Our own demonic Clawed Kitty, inspired by our previous game, They Bleed Pixels.
- The Proletaricat, your boss and head feline of the pack.
- Uay Chivo from Guacamelee!
- Doppler and Kepler from Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
- Fidel, dungeon delving doggo from the turn-based dungeon puzzler Fidel Dungeon Rescue
Russian Subway Dogs is planned for PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita later this year.
Two Toronto developers have announced they'll be taking to Kickstarter to help fund their indie video games.
"Awakened by an oncoming storm, you open your eyes to discover yourself in a strange, dark room—tucked away in a house that’s not yours.
As you play the game, it changes—subtly, almost imperceptibly—to reflect your perspective. It's a horror game unlike any other, and as you'll discover, its truths are entirely subjective."
Update: Originally the title was that the game came out on Xbox One - which should of read PlayStation Vita.
The Vita lives! And obviously the PlayStation 4 is doing great, but the Vita lives. Spooky Squid Games is bringing Russian Subway Dogs to PlayStation 4, and Vita next year, alongside a release on Steam and itch.io.
Russian Subway Dogs is a score attack game, featuring stray dogs of the Moscow Metro. You can check out some screenshots and the trailer below - last we heard they tried to get funded on Kickstarter, but sadly didn't make it.
Russian Subway Dogs is simple enough for a puppy to pick up but still packed with challenge. Run and jump along the subway platform. Bark behind people to scare up food and bounce vodka around the stage. Soon you’ll be discovering high level strategies like cooking and eating rival wildlife with vodka explosions!
The sci-fi romantic adventure game Alone With You from Benjamin Rivers is out now on Steam. The originally PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita game is currently enjoying a 15% discount on Steam which you can check out right here.
I enjoy Alone With You when it came out last year, you can check out the video review below:
If you can't wait until Valentines Day, you can always pick up the game on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Worse Than Death, Benjamin Rivers latest, was already released on iOS earlier this year and now we have a release date for the console and PC release. On October 8th, the game will come out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Steam, and the Humble Store.
I've said on the podcast many times, I love the Vita. There's also a lot of great Toronto developed games on the Vita! So I gave my top 5, check it out below and subscribe today!