Games

We here at Baby Robot Games, and our publisher Raw Fury, are so proud to introduce you all to our first game, Ereban: Shadow Legacy. We are a young indie studio based in Spain. We’ve been passionate about video games since we were children, and our aim is to give back the same joy, excitement,
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I’ve never seen a small spin-off game meet my expectations this comprehensively before. Fun, short-lived, slightly repetitive, yet leaving me interested to know more, Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising was exactly how I pictured it. Releasing a companion game before the main game – in this case the upcoming Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, is certainly an unusual
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During today’s Indie World presentation, Nintendo announced a plethora of games coming to the Switch console. From the 20 indies games shown, there will be something for everyone to look forward to ranging from noir-punk to action-adventure to soulslike to platformers. Here’s the list of games shown during today’s Nintendo presentation: Another Crab’s Treasure: Developed
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If you’re a fan of classic samurai movies, there’s a lot to love about Trek to Yomi. It’s a katana-swiping side-scroller with a worthwhile story that does a magnificent job of distilling old school Japanese cinema into video game form. But while it never stopped blowing me away aesthetically, the things you’re actually doing in
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Last week we asked to see your best moments bathed in the color yellow using #PSshare #PSBlog. From sun-drenched portraits to flying sparks, here are this week’s highlights: pavesoint lines up some yellow luxury cars in Gran Turismo 7. coalabr14 shares the sun-soaked silhouette of Jin in Ghost of Tsushima. mett981 shares Rivet with a
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Updated with Cotton Rock ‘n’ Roll (or Cotton Fantasy as it’ll be known once it launches in the West). Enjoy! The humble shoot ‘em up has been a staple genre ever since the very beginning of video games when Spacewar! laid down the basic groundwork in 1962. No, that is not a typo; in the
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The latest Famitsu readers most wanted charts have come through and there’s still no change at the top for the next mainline Final Fantasy game, Final Fantasy XVI, which easily secured enough votes (610) to put it at No.1. While the game has been delayed until next year, the team at Square Enix are busy
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Every now and then games pop up on the Xbox Store that are touted as an “homage” or a “love letter” to a popular game from the past. The latest is the work of a single developer, who goes under the name of Dead Drop Studios. The game that is being referenced is the original
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Summary Trek To Yomi is a game that draws massive inspiration from the so-called chanbara eiga, something most of us simply know as samurai oldies from the 60s and 70s. Since we chose to realize Trek to Yomi as a black-and-white game, it was important to develop an adequate relationship between light and shadow. Trek
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It’s our mission at Xbox to bring the joy and community to gaming by putting players at the center of everything we do. We want to empower everyone around the world to play the games they want, with the people they want, on the devices they already own. We call this Xbox Everywhere. As we
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! In this weekly feature we cover all the games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows 10/11, and Game Pass! Get more details on these upcoming games below and click their profiles for further info (release dates subject to change). Let’s jump in! Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
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