• Curses ‘N Chaos Revealed By Mercenary Kings Devs

    I’m struggling to think of things I could say about this Curses ‘N Chaos trailer that aren’t sarcastic. It’s an 8-bit-styled game where you seem to jump and stab monsters then sometimes a booby anime witch appears to say something encouraging. It’s a video game, I guess? But that’s unkind: m...

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  • It’s Weird We Haven’t Posted About Hex Before

    Usually upon discovering a juicy slice of news, first stop is the monolithic RPS archives where I spend a lifetime reading manuscripts on the games in question. It’s a herculean task which is rewarded only by a dip into the fountain of youthtube, where I am renewed and can spend equal time scr...

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  • Eternal Sonata: The Music Of Pillars Of Eternity

    Writing music for an RPG must be such a tricky thing. Especially when you’re working with a project as potentially massive as Obsidian Kickstarter darling Pillars of Eternity, you’ve got to breathe life into lilting melodies that rise and crash at the perfect moments, but drift and meander gen...

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  • Curses ‘N Chaos Revealed By Mercenary Kings Devs

    … I’m struggling to think of things I could say about this Curses ‘N Chaos trailer that aren’t sarcastic. It’s an 8-bit-styled game where you seem to jump and stab monsters then sometimes a booby anime witch appears to say something encouraging. It’s a video game, I guess? But that’s unkind: many of my favourite video games have involved jumping…

    3 Leser - Alice O'connor - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • It’s Weird We Haven’t Posted About Hex Before

    … Usually upon discovering a juicy slice of news, first stop is the monolithic RPS archives where I spend a lifetime reading manuscripts on the games in question. It’s a herculean task which is rewarded only by a dip into the fountain of youthtube, where I am renewed and can spend equal time scratching out a post on ancient rolls of parchment…

    3 Leser - Ben Barrett - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -


  • Wildstar’s Customizable PVP Death Fortresses Look Brilliant

    … “Warplot” may sound a bit funny (especially if you’re John and immediately think up the phrase “Warplop”), but Wildstar‘s ambitious system of customizable 40vs40 PVP battlefields is anything but. The basic idea is that you have a “warparty” that jointly owns a massive hovering deathboat (aka, a warplot), and you can deck it out with everything…

    Nathan Grayson - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Hooray-os: Chaos Reborn Kickstarter Succeeds

    … We live in a world where X-Com creator Julian Gollop can put a project onto Kickstarter and have its confetti parade success or outright failure come right down to the wire. I’m not sure how to feel about that. In the end, though, Chaos Reborn’s crowdfunding drive succeeded and then some, which I suppose means the world and I are cool. For now…

    Nathan Grayson - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Second Screen Shotgun: Salvaged

    … Despite how we, you or some ridiculous “they” may rant and rave about the legions of samey military shooters or other popular genre, games are the realm of the new and PC gaming most of all. Salvaged is right out there towards the edge of the new. It takes the tactical action of XCOM and places it on a touch device, controlled in real-time…

    Ben Barrett - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Swimming Upstream: Twitch Sells, Funds Indie Games

    … Twitch has its fair share of problems, but there’s no denying the utter ubiquity of the massive videogame streaming service. Heck, I use it for two separate shows here on RPS, and I’m sure plenty of you stream out your cursing-and-bad-joke-ridden exploits as well. It’s interesting, then, to see what Twitch has decided to do with the powder keg…

    Nathan Grayson - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • More Like Wargame: Rad Dragon

    … I’ll admit that I don’t often know what the hell is going on. This is a blanket statement that applies to many areas of my life – games, meals, showers – I’ve had confusion during all of them. But it’s not often that a trailer will leave me with quite the same pleasant non-understanding as finding a surprise Terry’s Chocolate Orange in my bed…

    Ben Barrett - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is Going To Be Amazing

    … Quick, the RPS hivemind has retired to a snoozing chamber in London to absorb more knowledge into the glorious whole, so let’s have a party. It’ll be full of blood and guts and dead animals and religious subtexts! Not your sort of party? You probably haven’t played enough Binding of Isaac, the gory 2D roguelike from way back in the mists of time…

    Ben Barrett - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Eternal Sonata: The Music Of Pillars Of Eternity

    … Writing music for an RPG must be such a tricky thing. Especially when you’re working with a project as potentially massive as Obsidian Kickstarter darling Pillars of Eternity, you’ve got to breathe life into lilting melodies that rise and crash at the perfect moments, but drift and meander gently throughout. I mean, these songs are going…

    Nathan Grayson - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Cardboard Receives Grim Reminder: Attack of the Artifacts

    … See the little guy in the bottom left of the header image there, excitedly throwing his arms in the air about bits of (digital) cardboard? That is exactly how good new cards being introduced to your favourite game feels. While my personal crack Magic goes through yet another spoiler season for its next release, extraordinarily generous free…

    Ben Barrett - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • R2-Detailed: X-Wing Alliance Resurrected

    … Now that I’ve got a massive and over-complicated joystick, the only games I’m interested in playing are games which are best-suited to a massive and over-complicated joystick. Yes, yes, I’ll get to Freespace and its total conversions, but first I had some unfinished business to take care of. TIE Fighter was my last substantial experience…

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