Strife is going to have one heck of a time in his adventures in the underworld. Darksiders Genesis follows the fourth Horsemen as it debuts on PC and Stadia before arriving on consoles on Valentine’s Day.
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The Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse gets his own introductory trailer. With deadly twin pistols, a sharp tongue, and a white phantom steed, Strife is primed for action when Darksiders Genesis releases in December.
War and Strife have found a new way to change up their normal skills. Turns out the very creatures they fight are going to help them out.
What happens when Strife walks into the den of Malgros the Defiler? A trailer with the release details for Darksiders Genesis shows exactly what’s in store for the fourth and final Horseman.
The Horseman from the first Darksiders takes center stage in a new Genesis trailer. War joins his brother Strife as the two team up to stop the demon king Lucifer.
Darksiders Genesis is taking the familiar third person formula and adapting it for a top-down action RPG spin-off. A new trailer shows the kind of gameplay in store for gamers when the game releases later this year.
Airship Syndicate’s upcoming Darksiders prequel is getting a couple of limited editions. The editions are available to pre-order now, with the more expensive one coming with a substantial official board game.
Battle Chasers has moved from comics to consoles, and will now be heading to smartphones this year. Battle Chasers: Nightwar will be available to purchase for iOS and Android in August.
The next title in the Darksiders franchise may be a top-down spin-off, but that doesn’t mean hell has gotten any friendlier. Let the Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse ride forth.
Airship Syndicate’s Battle Chasers: Nightwar is coming to iOS and Android. The game will be released as a premium app this summer.
After having chased battle across several other platforms, the characters of Battle Chasers have finally arrived on the Nintendo Switch. Hopefully, but doubtfully, they are not out of breath.
The Nintendo Switch has been on a roll pretty much from its release date. This has naturally lead to a number of game ports, some great, some surprisingly competent, and some that are better left forgotten. We take a look at some of the recent ports to see how they’ve fared in the transition.
There has been a little bit of a wait for the Switch version of Battle Chasers but that wait is almost over. The ability to play Battle Chasers on the go is just a little more than a month away.
With Battle Chasers, Airship Syndicate has managed to wrap a rock-solid combat system around an intriguing IP, then polished it to a mirror sheen. Whether you’re a fan of the Battle Chasers comic books or not, you’ll enjoy waging Nightwar.