Lab Zero Games’ upcoming title Indivisible combines MetroidVania-style exploration with a battle system that takes cues from classics like Valkyrie Profile. Gamers Heroes got a chance to sit down with Lab Zero Games’ CEO Peter Bartholow during E3 2018 to learn more about this one-of-a-kind title
The world of Kingdom Hearts has spanned numerous games and has garnered itself countless fans. Now on tour for the second year, the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- is now traveling around the world, providing a fresh take on old classics. Gamers Heroes got a chance to go to the inaugural show at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, and is here to provide a first look at this worldwide phenomenon
With a set of spells at the ready and a threat in the form of the Ectos, Ghostly Horizon has players fighting their way to victory on a distinctly unique global planet. Should you get ready to duel, or is this third-person shooter shot?
The wait for the next Super Smash Bros. is proving to be downright agonizing, but Ludosity is setting out to ease the burden with their fighter Slap City on Steam Early Access. The percentage-based mechanic and platform-based combat both made the jump, but does it do enough to stand out from Nintendo’s fighter?
Take to Montana with an arsenal of devastating weaponry. Find out what we think are some of the best weapons in the game with our 5 Best Weapons In Far Cry 5 article covering everything from explosives to alien devices
Advertised as a massively multiplayer persistent online war game, the development team at Clapfoot boast that each individual soldier can help turn the tide of war in a real-time clash between two factions of players. Does Foxhole deliver on sandbox warfare, or are you better off hunkering down in the trenches?
Hit It or Quit It, your map through the minefield that is Early Access. Today I’m taking a look at the Rogue-like deck building hybrid from Mega Crit Games, Slay the Spire. Is this Early Access title a burden on your wallet or could critical success be in the cards for Slay the Spire? You see that double pun? I’m winning at life
It’s that time of year again. 2017 was set up to be one of the most exciting years in recent history; from the biggest AAA titles to the unique appeal of the indie scene, every genre had games promising to push the envelope, raise the bar, and deliver experiences truly worthy of that next-generation label. What’s more, we actually released our Best of Awards at the end of the year – imagine that
Welcome to Commission Corner, Gamers Heroes’ new feature that details some of the best commission artists out there today. Those looking for unique self portraits have come to the right place – in these segments, we’ll take a look at those who can make art that would look right at home in their respective games. This week we take a look at the stylish world of Persona 5
Supporting those in need, Extra Life is an online grassroots movement that has people playing games and raising funds to support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Gamers Heroes got a chance to speak with Extra Life runner Ryan Juel (aka ddrfr33k) and asked him more about what he is doing to raise funds and get the word out about this charitable organization
Ah, Nintendo. One of the oldest videogame companies in the world. Most are unaware that their roots originate in the card game business. Nintendo’s history spans over a millennia of cards games and “love hotels.” So how does a multi-billion dollar company go from “producing” (or aiding thereof) babies to producing some of the most successful videogame franchises of all time?
Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War’s initial announcement was met with great excitement from fans and critics alike but somewhere down the line, things went wrong. During a pre-release livestream the developers introduced players to their micro-transaction model, and the response was – well, pitchforks and torches would not have been out of place