This year’s E3 had more than its share of Metroidvanias and Souls-likes, but don’t let that fool you. When handled properly, especially when combined with appealing pixel art, the result can be special. Death’s Gambit just may be one of those times.
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Who knew that hitting home runs with a steel girder could be so much fun? Oh well, time to go back to my part-time bartending job.
Spike Chunsoft followed up its video of the very start of Zanki Zero with more media and details. Two trailers are joined by screenshots and information regarding parasites, combat, and resting.
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor Martyr is available now on PC and coming to console next month, so we decided to give it a spin to see if it’s worth picking up. Read our thoughts on this open world action RPG.
Charalompos Papdimirious found to some time to explore the E3 show floor. While doing so, he found a mobile RPG named The Pascal’s Wager: Annunciation developed by China-based studio Tipsworks.
Valkyria Chronicles 4 joined some other titles on Sega’s E3 livestreams. Two videos feature a playthrough of one of its missions and an interview with a couple of special guests.