A two-on-two arcade-style basketball game in the vein of NBA Jam. It features stars both past and present from all NBA teams, and solo, local multiplayer and online multiplayer modes. Drops 5/2017 for Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC. No need to activate big head mode either.
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“So I shot him, and then I shot this other one. Shot a couple of extra guys just to be safe. I did a lot of shooting to be totally honest.” Nathan Filion’s character Cayde-6 tells a story as the Last City crumbles in this antithetical tease for the sequel to the hit MMOFPS.
Handcrafted arcade machines with a minimalist retro cabinet. The Replay has a 17″ 4:3 LCD display with a scanline generator to recreate the look of CRT displays. It also has stereo speakers, 1- or 2-player setups, and customizable buttons, paint scheme, and an LED-backlit marquee.
Ahoy’s ongoing series about real life weapons and their roles in video games takes on the big daddy we all immediately run for in FPSes – the deadly rocket launcher. While it’s not exactly surgical in its approach, there’s no denying the effectiveness of this ranged explosive device.
Paradigm is a hilarious point-and-click adventure set in a post-apocalyptic world filled with mutants, including a pug with a mullet, a giant sloth, a human duck, and whatever its eponymous protagonist is supposed to be. PC & Mac demos available here. Drops 4/5/17.
Fans of the original ToeJam and Earl games will be excited to see the progress that’s been made on the latest game in the series. While it’s completely new, it borrows heavily from the mechanics of the original two SEGA Genesis games. Hyper Funk Zone FTW!
An upcoming RPG about the “human side” of samurai, with pivotal dialogue choices and what sounds like an Infinity Blade-like progression system. It has simultaneous turn-based combat and an art style inspired by ink wash painting. Coming to PCs, Xbox One and PS4.
In the early ’80s, spurred by the success of Dragon Quest, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Koichi Ishii and Akitoshi Kawazu came up with a roleplaying video game inspired by Western tabletop RPGs. The result is a series that, while not always brilliant, is never afraid to reinvent itself.
(PG-13: Language) Videogamedunkey shows us one of the reasons why The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the best video games ever made – its physics, tools and weapons let you find joy in coming up with different ways to kill enemies. And yourself.
When we played the new version of DOOM, the barrage of creepy monsters, environments, shrieks, and splatter sounds stressed us out. But it’s amazing how much more playful the game seems when you replace the sound effects with goofy cartoon ones like Petronius did.