• E3 2018: Tommy Refenes Talks Derivative Games, Tacos, and Interviews Greg Burke

    1 month ago - By Shacknews

    Super Meat Boy is an excellent platformer with challenging levels and familiar characters pretty much everyone knows. It's got a sequel right around the corner in the form of Super Meat Boy Forever, but who cares about that? We don't, not when we have an interview with developer Team Meat's Tommy Refenes about derivative games, Angry Birds, tacos, and more. Yes, just like our prior chat with Refenes, we've got some good stuff this time around.
    It's only been a short amount of time since we spoke to Refenes, but this time around Greg Burke takes him on and even lets Tommy interview him for...
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  • Game Informer Lists Their Favourite Indie Games Of E3 2018

    1 month ago - By My Nintendo News

    Game Informer has produced something a little different for their favourite games of last week's E3 2018 and concentrated on the many indie games showcased at the event in L.A. They have put together a list of the best indie games featured and announced at the trade show. It features a number of big titles...
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  • Tetris Effect E3 2018 Hands-On Preview: Building Blocks of Virtual Reality

    1 month ago - By Shacknews

    PlayStation VR had an understated presence at this year's E3, but Sony's virtual reality peripheral quietly had quite the show. A number of games debuted during last week's E3 2018 PlayStation Showcase, but one of the most exciting games to show up at the PlayStation booth turned out to be a new twist on an old favorite.
    Tetris Effect is the latest effort from Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi and the folks at Enhance Games. On the surface, it's simply more Tetris. But after strapping on a headset and spending a good half-hour with the demo, this felt much more like a blowaway experience than...
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  • Starlink: Battle for Atlas is Bigger and Better than you Think

    Starlink: Battle for Atlas is Bigger and Better than you Think

    1 month ago - By Attack of the Fanboy

    Toys-to-life games are on the way out, and yet one of the most surprising and enjoyable titles that I played at E3 2018 was sitting squarely in this seemingly dying genre. Starlink: Battle for Atlas debuted last year with a reveal that skewed toward a younger audience. But after getting some hands-on time with the game this year, it's clear that Starlink is aiming for a much more mature crowd, and they seem to be poised to hit it.
    Starlink: Battle for Atlas essentially takes the toys-to-life genre to the next level. No longer do you just buy a toy, scan it in and move on. The captains...
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  • 5 Best Horror Games of E3 2018

    1 month ago - By Game Rant

    E3 2018 showcased a number of horror video games, but five horror games in particular stand out as having the most potential to deliver quality experiences.
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