Combining a music single with a bite-sized video game, Team Lazerbeam and The Superweaks have teamed up to release Teenage Blob: Paperson – The First Single to the masses. Music and video games can oftentimes go together like peanut butter and jelly, but does this trendy package manage to deliver?
The art of sumo wrestling is as old as time, but this cultural phenomenon is being reinvented for a new generation with the release of Yonder and Strelka Games’ Circle of Sumo: Online Rumble! This time-honored tradition is timeless for a reason, but unfortunately greed disqualifies this title right from the get-go
Finding your groove is tough in life, but it is doubly so if you’re a secret agent. notagamestudio makes things just a little tougher for their 007 wannabe with their new title Agent Klutz. Does this puzzle-rhythm hybrid hit all the right notes, or is this agent more like Austin Powers?
The great guardian statue needs your help, and it’s up to players to restore order to the world in Handshake Firm and DigiPen’s new platformer Arc Apellago. Featuring open-air combat amidst mountainous chunks of earth, should players take to the skies?
Wrestling and video games go together like peanut butter and chocolate – look no further than WWF No Mercy or Def Jam: Fight for New York for some classic examples. SmackInwave Labs looks to join the ranks of these greats with their new pro-wrestling party brawler Double Turn. Should players enter the ring, or is this one just a pretender?
Players will be able to feel the rhythm of the night with BlueFront’s new title Rhythm Race. A racing game where you don’t take the wheel, does its music-based antics help it cross the finish line?
A cautionary tale on the dangers of crunch, Dumb ****ing Horse and Scarecrow Arts task players with finishing an animation project in just five shorts days in Near DEADLine. With time running short and money on the line, should players get to work?
In what is the only local multiplayer skeleton brawler on the market (please correct us if we’re wrong), Sokpop Collective’s skelets tasks players with finding gems and blasting bones. Does this free for all provide a scary good time, or is this title frightfully bad?
Witches might have black magic on their side, but the hero of Asephy’s Shotgun Witch has a Remington to do her bidding. An arena-based bullet hell, should players gear up to fight unspeakable horrors with their double-barreled friend?
Joining the ranks of The Whitest Kids U’ Know and White Men Can’t Jump comes MichaelArts’ new title Whiteboyz Wit Attitude: The Pursuit of Money. Voted the greatest rappers of all time by two people on social media, should you join Dr. White and Crushed Ice on their FMV adventure?
Combining taters with min-maxing, Thomas Gervraud’s new roguelike Lost Potato pulls inspiration from two very different sources. It’s an unorthodox combination to be sure, but does it pay off?
Yakuza fans are no doubt acquainted with the bustling cityscape of Kamurocho, but Empty Clip Studios and SEGA looks at this locale in a new perspective with their new side-scrolling beat-’em-up Streets of Kamurocho. Does Kiryu’s pixelated outing hit harder than a bicycle to the head, or is 3D the way to go?