Humble Bundle is partnering with Summer Games Done Quick, to offer ten indie games for $25 with all proceeds going to Doctors Without Borders.
If the last Capcom Unity video wasn't enough for you, then there's even more Dustforce footage from Capcom and the Hitbox Team, now featuring the game's producer Rey Jimenez. Joining the Capcom Unity livestream, Jimenez provides some
Dustforce, that little game that incorporates elements of Street Fighter, Mega Man, and Strider, along with some fantastic art, music, and gameplay is out today for consoles. However, one aspect of its PC counterpart, the level editor,
Dustforce was one of my biggest surprises when I had a chance to get my hands on it during last year's NYCC. Among some of its endearing qualities was its score, gameplay, and level design. The level
40 minutes worth of Dustforce footage has been released, pitting an uninitiated player against "one of the best Dustforce players in the known universe," to show how a newbie can go pro with one zero-to-hero advanced gameplay
Do you know what exactly Dustforce is? I certainly had no idea before I tried the game for the first time at this year's New York Comic Convention in New York City. The latest video from Capcom,
Who knew being a dust sweeper could be so fun and challenging? In Dustforce, it definitely seems to be the case.
If you take your personal hygiene as seriously as you take your personal fitness and acrobatics, then perhaps Capcom's Dustforce is the game you've been secretly waiting for your whole life.
When Dustforce launched earlier this year we were promised a level editor at some point. The portal to it sat there on the main screen taunting us, forever reminding you that there was more coming but you