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Banner Saga 2 getting “Survival Mode” for an extreme challenge

Jun 15, 2016

Stoic, an independent game development company, and Versus Evil, one of the leading independent video game publishers, today announced the release of an exciting new game mode for Banner Saga 2 owners – ‘Survival Mode’.  Throwing down the ultimate challenge in turn based, combat battle tactics, Survival Mode pushes players to the limit as they try to survive 40 back to back combat levels.

The Banner Saga 2, the long-awaited sequel arrives on PC today

Apr 19, 2016

Stoic, an independent game development company, and Versus Evil, one of the leading independent video game publishers, today launched the Banner Saga 2 for PC and Mac to gamers worldwide. Banner Saga 2 is the exciting sequel to the award winning, BAFTA nominated, indie hit The Banner Saga, an epic Viking role-playing strategy game where a player’s choice directly affects their personal journey.  The console versions of the game are set to launch this summer.

Banner Saga 2 has a release date

Mar 24, 2016

Stoic, an independent game development company, and Versus Evil, one of the leading independent video game publishers, today announced that Banner Saga 2 for PC will launch on Tuesday 19th April, 2016. Banner Saga 2 is the exciting sequel to the award winning, BAFTA nominated, indie hit The Banner Saga, an epic Viking role-playing strategy game where a player’s choice directly affects their personal journey.  The console versions of the game are set to launch this summer.

Skyshine’s BEDLAM seeing more overhauls with massive REDUX! update

Mar 17, 2016

Independent developer Skyshine Games in partnership with indie publisher Versus Evil, today announced that turn based strategy game Skyshine’s BEDLAM has undergone a major update, with improved gameplay mechanics and several new features, all based on months of community feedback.  The updated version of the game is also available for gamers to play this week at SXSW Gaming Expo in Austin which runs 17th-19th March (Skyshine Game’s booth #629).

Guild of Dungeoneering Review

Jul 24, 2015

Playing Dungeons & Dragons takes a lot of setup, time, and patience, especially for a Dungeon Master. So what are you to do if you aren’t able to rustle up your friends, but still want to play D&D? Guild of Dungeoneering is the answer to that. As you play solo, a dungeon run can go incredibly quick or slow, and be in your favor, or against it. The invisible dice rolls that take place leave too much up to chance, but the result is a game that lets you feel like you’re assembling a dungeon as if you were wording it yourself, and doesn’t need any pesky social interactions to enjoy.