Check Out Skul

Skul is a brand new pixel-art side-scrolling rogue-lite that’s out on Steam now. It has a premise where you can switch out Skul’s skull to change out the character’s class. From what I’ve seen so far, there’s a pretty large number of skull-types, so there’s a lot of variety in the gameplay. Add to that… Continue reading Check Out Skul

Super Meat Boy Review

Super Meat Boy is a platformer about a boy without skin named Meat Boy who must save his girlfriend, Bandage Girl, from Dr. Fetus. Aside from having the best story ever it’s also hard. Very, very hard. I’ve died over 3,000 times (which isn’t an exaggeration, the game keeps tracks of deaths) and haven’t completed… Continue reading Super Meat Boy Review

Trine 2

Atlus has announced a sequel to Trine, a puzzle / platformer. Looks pretty nice. Trine 2 will be available digitally Spring, 2011.

Castlevania Harmony of Despair at E3

Castlevania Harmony of Despair, a new 2D Castlevania produced by Koji Igarashi (Symphony of the Night, Harmony of Dissonance) is on display at E3. The game is reportedly in hi-definition, features six-player multiplayer and is for Xbox Live Arcade. Awesome. Also, Harmony of Despair features multiple classic Castlevania characters such as Alucard and Soma Cruz,… Continue reading Castlevania Harmony of Despair at E3

Star Guard

Star Guard is a pretty awesome retro platformer, without being as annoying or tedious as a retro platformer. The game uses a great checkpoint system, every so often it saves your progress so if you die you don’t restart the whole level. The story is pretty awesome, too. “Guide the spaceman through the castle and… Continue reading Star Guard