The two latest free offerings on the Epic Games Store have now been revealed.
To celebrate the 2nd anniversary of Nintendo Switch, DualShockers talked to several indie developers to discuss the current, crowded state of the eShop.
City of Brass has been brought to Nintendo Switch today by Uppercut Games, a team of former BioShock developers.
After hitting consoles and PC last May, Uppercut Games' rogue-lite title City of Brass is making its way to Nintendo Switch on February 8, 2019.
If you still play City of Brass then you're about to have some brand new content to play through in the Fortune's Rival update.
City of Brass is an incredibly unique and creative experience, but at the end of the day, it's a bit too slow than it deserves to be.
City of Brass has finally be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and to celebrate, Uppercut Games has released a new trailer.
Uppercut Games has officially announced that their first-person title City of Brass is leaving early-access and coming to consoles on May 4, 2018.
City of Brass lets you play as a sword-wielding thief as you try and reach the center of the city.