2019 was a fun year for gaming: some good, some bad and now that it's ended, I get to sit back and reflect on my favorite games of this year.
While it was hard for me to just choose ten games for this list, 2019 still gave us a ton of exceptional games like Death Stranding and more.
This Top 10 list of 2019 games from curmudgeon contributor Chris Compendio is full of oddities, with both indie titles and blockbuster hits.
2019 for me was filled with tons of games from different genres, and even though it was hard to pick 10, here are my favorites from 2019.
Devolver Digital takes to Twitter and asks Switch owners what games they'd like to see, knowing full well most players will answer Hotline Miami.
Devolver Digital is currently hosting a Nintendo Switch sale, with deep discounts up to 50 percent off on some of their most popular titles.
Original electronic music from Katana Zero by a number of artists is now on platforms such as iTunes and Spotify.
Katana Zero is already doing pretty well for itself, with future content planned to arrive down the road.
As Katana Zero celebrates its launch today, players in Australia and New Zealand, unfortunately, are left out of the action due to the title receiving a "Classification Refused’ rating
Katana Zero ties an incredibly dark and thrilling narrative directly into fast and deep gameplay to create one of the best games of the year.
With anticipation building up for its release, Katana Zero is already breaking a record as Devolver Digital's most-preordered Switch title.
Askiisoft and Devolver Digital's Katana Zero looks like it will bring equal amounts of style and substance to Switch and PC owners in April.
PAX South was full of fantastic indie games from passionate and hungry developers, so let's dive into what stood out to me from the show.
My first day at PAX South has concluded and it was filled with weird smells, terrible pizza, awesome cosplay, and of course, video games!
Katana Zero's latest trailer gives us a look at its high-speed slashing and bullet dodging in a 64-bit cyberpunk setting.
For those that don't know: Screenshot Saturday is a weekly event where developers (mostly indie developers) take to Twitter with #screenshotsaturday and share their screenshots/gifs of their games to the world of the internet.
New trailer shows off the game's 80's inspired aesthetic and fast paced combat.