PlayStation Plus is adding sci-fi horror game Soma and racing game OnRush to their line-up of monthly free games, along with some PS3 and Vita titles.
Short film PAPERS, PLEASE (based on Lucas Pope's indie game Papers, Please) may be the best video game film adaptation yet.
Lucas Pope has announced via Twitter that Papers, Please is finally set to come to PlayStation Vita tomorrow, on December 12, 2017.
Lucas Pope announced that his indie hit Papers, Please would be releasing on iPad earlier this week, albeit without the game's nudity option during search scans. It seems that that things have changed, and we will be
Lucas Pope has shared that his hit indie game Papers, Please will be available on iPad this week on Friday, December 12th after having to tweak the games content.
Developer Lucas Pope has releases a playable demo of his next game, titled Return of the Obra Dinn.
The 12th Humble Indie Bundle is finally here and it gives you the chance to get a bunch of physical goodies including a t-shirt, vinyl record, a floppy disk filled with goodies and more.
Lucas Pope, creator of Papers, Please, has has announced his next game, Return of the Obra Dinn, as well as few details.
Papers, Please has arguably pulled off an upset at this year's BAFTA Game Awards, taking home the award for best Strategy & Simulation game, edging out contenders such as Surgeon Simulator 2013, Civilization V: Brave New World,
Lucas Pope, creator of the indie hit, Papers, Please, will undoubtedly begin work on his next game. However, you should not get your hopes up if you think the game is going to be a sequel to
Papers Please will be coming to Linux platforms on February 12, developer Lucas Pope announced today via Twitter.
Holiday sales and end-of-the-year specials have been in abundance for the last few weeks as 2013 came to a close, but Amazon has revealed its top picks for the best games of the year, and even thrown
If you missed out on the Humble Bundle winter sale then you're in luck because it's just gotten extended.
The end of another year of gaming always brings many things: teary-eyed memories of all the games you sunk countless hours into, teary-eyed realizations of the money you spent on said games, and most of all, the