Costume Quest 2 up for Pre-Order on Steam

Aug 29, 2014

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BloodRayne Betrayal is improved from original, now on Steam

Apr 30, 2014

Iconic vampire vixen Rayne is back and blood-thirstier than ever in this revamped PC release of the smash-hit brawler. Originally released in 2011 on consoles, developer Abstraction Games has exhumed the lavish, artistic reimagining of the BloodRayne universe and topped it off with a fresh layer of polish for Steam players, all at a savory $9.99. Updates include increased precision for Rayne’s movements, re-balanced puzzles and challenges, as well as additional checkpoints throughout.

Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche is up for voting on Steam Greenlight, play the demo now

Apr 21, 2014

Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche, the sequel to the 2007 endless climber played more than 60 million times, needs your help to get on Steam – but don’t worry, all you have to do is play the new demo launched today by developer Beast Games and vote! In just seconds you can help one more marshmallow get its wings!

Costume Quest 2 is happening, with Double Fine developing and Midnight City publishing

Mar 10, 2014

Midnight City has joined forces with two of the most well-known names in indie games. First up, Midnight City will publish Double Fine Productions’ first big sequel, Costume Quest 2, coming to PC and consoles. Next, Midnight City will bring The Fullbright Company’s award-winning Gone Home to consoles. Both titles are slated for digital release later this year.

Gone Home is coming to consoles, published by Midnight City

Mar 10, 2014

Midnight City has joined forces with two of the most well-known names in indie games. First up, Midnight City will publish Double Fine Productions’ first big sequel, Costume Quest 2, coming to PC and consoles. Next, Midnight City will bring The Fullbright Company’s award-winning Gone Home to consoles. Both titles are slated for digital release later this year.

Double Dragon: Neon (PC) Review

Feb 10, 2014

Double Dragon is an iconic beat’em up series. Would remaking it pixel for pixel evoke nostalgia for a replay? Would rebooting it piss off fans of the original? WayForward avoids the answers to those questions by re-imagining it by both catering to fans of the old games and creating something new with the existing characters in a refreshing, yet retro way.

Slender: The Arrival Review

Nov 22, 2013

The Slender Man tale is fairly well known at this point with its explosion of fans on the Internet. First came the story in 2009 by a member of the Something Awful forums, then eventually came the videogame adaptation with “Slender: The Eight Pages”. When it was released, it was a free PC game created by Indie developer Parsec Productions, the premise was simple, find eight notes hidden around a large forest in pitch black with nothing but a flashlight. The more pages you aquired, the more likely the sharp dressed faceless Slender Man would show. Stare at him long enough or if he gets too close and it is game over.

Slender: The Arrival to arrive via Steam on October 28th

Oct 21, 2013

Midnight City, the recently founded indie label of Majesco Entertainment Company, an innovative provider of games for the mass market, is proud to announce Blue Isle Studios’ Slender: The Arrival is coming to Steam on October 28, just in time for Halloween. The only official Slender Man game, The Arrival puts you in the epicenter of the mystery surrounding the enigmatic internet persona that has captivated and terrorized millions. Slender: The Arrival wraps players in a dark, foreboding atmosphere and a story fraught with terror, paranoia and other-worldly forces. Not for the weak of heart, Slender: The Arrival is also compatible with Oculus Rift, offering a truly heart-pounding and immersive experience.

Written by the creative team behind Marble Hornets, this latest iteration in the Slender Man universe builds on the canon established by the original web-series, with some new twists and extended content. Players take on the role of Laura, an unsuspecting realtor helping her friend Kate sell her scenic property, but things quickly take a turn for the worse when Laura arrives to find Kate missing. Follow the clues and document your experience via camcorder as you unravel the mystery while evading the ominous forces that shadow your every move. The road is long and full of peril – implied, imagined and, of course – real.
 
Building on the successful independent PC release earlier this year, the Steam iteration of Slender: The Arrival delves deeper into the story established in Slender: The Eight Pages and features extended levels and a new character to contend with. Armed with a camcorder, flashlight and your wits – players are enveloped in a world of sensory deprivation and audio cues that create an ominous backdrop perfect for fostering a healthy dose of tension and paranoia. Follow the clues and unravel the mystery, that is, if you can survive.

Slender: The Arrival is rated T and will release on Steam for PC via digital download on October 28, 2013 for $9.99.
 
Slender: The Arrival is also planned for console release in Q1 2014.