Out near the end of June you can help celebrate the 45th anniversary of Weekly Shōnen Jump by beating up all your favourite Manga characters, some of their friends and a few of your friends too.
Monthly Archives: May 2015
Zombiebucket is a fast-paced, pixel-art match-3 game featuring zombies! It recently won the prize for the Best Mobile Game during the Indie Showcase at Digital Dragons game conference this year. Featuring power-ups, unlockables and collectible super zombies, the game is available for free on iOS and Android now.
Kholat is an exploration game narrated by Sean Bean that will be available soon on Steam as well as on other digital distribution platforms. The story of Kholat will be told in English, Polish (full audio and subtitles), French, German, Russian, Spanish, Czech, Hungarian and Portuguese (subtitles). Kholat is going to be released worldwide on 10th […]
Billed as “the ultimate party film”, Legacy is being released in select cinemas on 25th June, followed by a DVD and digital release on 29th June. The movie stars Franz Drameh (Attack the Block, Edge of Tomorrow) and is produced by Noel Clarke and Jason Maza.
Witch Beam are bringing twin-stick shooter Assault Android Cactus to PlayStation 4, PC, Wii U and PS Vita this summer. The game tasks players with surviving numerous dynamic levels by surviving either in single player or in four-player local co-op.
Chariot Wars is a story-driven arcade racing game set in Ancient Rome. To win the Chariot Wars, players must triumph in races against the greatest charioteers from across the Roman Empire, while solving mysterious murders before becoming the next victims. Chariot Wars is now available on Steam for PC.
Through the Woods is a third-person psychological horror experience coming to PC, Mac and Linux from Antagonist. The game sees you take control of Karen, who is being questioned regarding the disappearance of her son. You must search for your child through dangerous environments with creatures lurking in the dark. Through the Woods is set to release […]
If you have not already gone to see Max Max: Fury Road, go see it as soon as is humanly possible. If you have seen it and are desperately waiting for your next fix, Warner Bros. have you covered. They have just released a new trailer for their upcoming game based on the Mad Max […]