Sumptuous pixel art platformer The Deer God is headed towards Nintendo Switch’s shores, it has been revealed. Originally released for PC, Mac and Linux back in 2015, developers Crescent Moon Games and Blowfish Studios are uniting to deliver the spiritual survival journey to Switch owners just in time for Christmas.
Month: December 2017
Security researchers have publicly disclosed an unpatched zero-day vulnerability in the firmware of AT&T DirecTV WVB kit after trying to get the device manufacturer to patch this easy-to-exploit flaw over the past few months.
Destiny 2 has recently received an update that brought on a new weapon type, Masterworks Weapons. These are rare to come by but they will be worth seeking after. If you have yet to come across any information regarding the Masterwork Weapons within the game then take a look at our guide below.
With two years of precision development under its belt, Violet Cycle is charging full steam ahead into early access. Made by one man team Weckr Industries, this metal-slashing, baddie-bashing arcade entry asks players to ascend to the apex of the universe’s final Tower Garden, while ridding several isometric dungeons of the chaos that lurks within them.
Looking for a little bit of a nostalgia bomb? Get the remaster of arguably the best Call of Duty to ever release, for the slashed price of $19.99 on Amazon.
While the internet is pretty divided on the Metal Gear Survive spin-off the Metal Gear series, there exist a small group of newcomers (myself included) who are actually pretty pumped to play this game – and now it seems we’ll get a chance to try it before its release.
With the recent confirmation from Platinum Games regarding Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2’s release on Nintendo hybrid console the Switch, we didn’t really know much else except an imminent release date for both the titles. Now Polish website FilmWeb has released some information regarding the technical aspects of how these games will run on the Switch.
Welcome back to another episode of the Goliath GameCast – Goliath’s official gaming podcast!
aiming your avian slingshot during Angry Birds, or the boneless flexibility of Human: Fall Flat. One game that particularly impressed me with its upside-down movement was Limbo, but indeed, physics is constantly evolving, testing the boundaries of what’s possible, and shattering assumptions like Haku’s dragon scales in Spirited Away.