In the wake of grim and gritty titles releasing left and right, the Magicka series has always been known for taking things a little bit into the absurd - case in point, a brand new trailer revealing
After several years of support and new content since the original game's release in 2011, Magicka has had a long life-span and a dedicated fan following behind it.
Most gamers aren't bad people, they just like to express those dark urges everyone has through electronic entertainment. Magicka: The Other Side of the Coin brings this to life in the Magicka universe as Alucart the Vampire
Magicka Expansion “The Other Side of the Coin” Releasing on June 14th, Trailer and Pricing Information Released
It's been awhile since we've heard anything about the latest Magicka expansion "The Other Side of the Coin" but now we have official word from Paradox Interactive that the latest add-on for the game will be released
It's hard to believe it was just a year ago we all first got our hands on Magicka and started immediately "accidentally" killing our friends in the crazy spell casting co-op game that's more competitive than co-operative.
The Stars are Left, the latest addition to the best blast-your-friends co-op game Magicka should be available "later today" in all online retailers and to celebrate the team has created yet another STUNNING live action trailer for
Do you love Magicka? How about Lovecraft and the Cthulu mythos? What am I saying, of course you do! To celebrate the upcoming Lovecraft inspired expansion the developers are running an art contest and giving away some
Note: I have no idea what I meant by that title, it just sounded cool. That said, Paradox Interactive, the studio behind such games as Magicka, Hearts of Iron III and Cities in Motion are
While the Star Wars games we reported on yesterday are still on sale, Steam and Amazon both put up new deals today that are worth noting.
Our Associate Editor Allen Park had amazing things to say about Magicka in his review of the game. It's one of those games that he constantly talked about with fellow staff members in email threads on how
The latest DLC for Paradox Interactive's Magicka and Cities in Motion games have been released, both of which are available now on all digital download platforms. The Magicka Nippon DLC costs the low price of $.99,
It's no secret that a few of us became quite enchanted with Magicka when it first came out. The absolutely bizarre title is still one of the most interesting and outright fun titles I've played this year,
Paradox Interactive is quickly becoming one of my favorite publishers. They put out some pretty bizarre games from time to time, but their willingness to take chances with their products is really refreshing these days. And not
One of the things people have been clamoring for since the release of Magicka earlier this year was the implementation of a PVP system so you can blast your friends with lava rocks (without impeding your progress
It's no secret that a lot of us here at Dualshockers are huge fans of Magicka. It's one of those few games that every small bit of news actually genuinely excites me, which is honestly pretty rare