Nobody Saves the World Review

Jan 18, 2022

DrinkBox Studios always delivers a twist on a well-worn genre to rework the formula. In Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, it was a terrific puzzle-platformer with a B-movie backdrop. And in the Guacamelee! duology, it was a Metroidvania soaked in Mexican history with luchador action. Now with Nobody Saves the World, it’s an action RPG where instead of rolling multiple characters, you play as a single character that’s comprised of multiple classes that you can switch to on-the-fly. DrinkBox Studios demonstrates how sure-footed they are in what they’ve made, because there’s such an enchanting world with delightful role-playing elements and varied gameplay you’ve gotta play.

Severed Review

Apr 26, 2016

New releases for the PlayStation Vita are few and far between these days. Especially games that take specific advantage of what the Vita can offer, in this case touch screen controls. Severed plays out much like a twisted fantasy told in a foreign and colorful land. As the protagonist Sasha, she finds herself hoping to rescue her family and do battle in the process.

Guacamelee! Gold Edition Review

Aug 12, 2013

Drinkbox Studios has brought the hit platformer from the PS3 and PSVita to the PC. And it is quite easily the definitive version to own, play, thoroughly enjoy.

Guacamelee! Gold Edition is Now Available on Steam

Aug 08, 2013

Guacamelee! is available on Steam today for $14.99, £11.99 and €13.99.

From now until August 15, all Steam users who purchase Guacamelee! get  a special 10 percent promotional discount and a free Steam code for the critically acclaimed Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack.