Crystal Crisis is a decent puzzle fighter that ultimately suffers due to bad pacing and lackluster capitalization of its premise.
Blade Strangers is here and it's a surprisingly fun fighting game that veterans of the genre and newcomers will have a great time with.
Nicalis has announced Crystal Crisis for the Nintendo Switch, a crossover puzzle-fighting game that features characters from several Nicalis series.
Announced nearly a year ago, Blade Strangers is finally revealed to have an estimated release time-frame for sometime during this summer.
Publisher Circle Ent is teasing a tease -- one of the first announcements of 2018 will be a Switch game from the prolific publisher.
Nicalis made an announcement via Twitter–again– this time letting players know to expect the addition of original Cave Story graphics to the Nintendo Switch version.
Kero Blaster, a game from Diasuke "Pixel" Amaya, creator of Cave Story, is making its way onto home consoles for the first time April 11.
Nicalis announces both 1001 Spikes and Cave Story to round out Nintendo Switch's catalog... perhaps even hinting at UI features.
It's finally happening, on May 1st European 3DS owners will see the release of Cave Story in 3DS eShop. Nicalis, Inc confirmed via twitter, of the game's release, however what's still not know is the game's price.
A video game archive website named Awesome Games Done Quick is currently collecting donations during a week-long live stream in to raise money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation.
Playing games always invites a good time with great friends to hang around: luckily though, Steam is making that even better with a few friends of their own.
Gaijin Games' Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien character trailers pack so much humor and alliteration that I challenge you to not chuckle or smile.
The Humble Indie Bundle 4 is breaking all the previous records, with $2,237,044.21 earned at the time of this writing. The five (plus two if you pay more than the average) indie games found 417,538
Not content with just offering up to seven games for roughly five dollars, the newest Humble Indie Bundle has now gotten even more awesome. If you purchase the Humble Indie Bundle 4, you not only get
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