Radical Fish Games has brought its action RPG CrossCode to the Nintendo Switch. How well does this indie RPG stack up against the competition?
Chained Echoes is making an appearance at the Indie Arena Booth for the all-digital Gamescom 2020 event. Developer Ark Heiral released a demo for the game a little bit ahead of time.
Regular physical copies of CrossCode were intended to go on sale this week. However, ININ Games has pushed the date back, with Europe now getting them next month and North America in October.
2D action RPG CrossCode is now available worldwide for home consoles. New and unique content for each platform release also extends to owners of the previous PC release.
Focus Home Interactive and Deck13 have been partners for The Surge series, and now the former has made the move to purchase the latter. Deck13’s indie publishing arm will also be acquired in the deal.
Those waiting to pick up CrossCode will soon have further opportunity to jump in. Digital console versions of the game will be available next month, with physical editions another month behind.
After undergoing a successful Kickstarter campaign last year, Chained Echoes has found a publisher. Deck13 has signed on for one-man studio Ark Heiral’s fantasy RPG.
The Surge 2 brings ashore its first narrative-centered DLC, The Kraken. Season Pass holders will gain access 48 hours before everyone else is able to on January 16.
Radical Fish Games and Deck13 Spotlight have provided updates on their development progress for CrossCode. The former is starting on some DLC for PC, while the latter is still hard at work producing the console versions.
Denizens of Jericho City have had a rough few months and the next few aren’t looking better. Fortunately for players, this means more content to work with.
The Surge 2 looks to expand its predecessor’s brutal and calculated violence from the cold confines of automated production facilities to the wreckage of the recently-devastated Jericho City. Has the formula been tweaked enough to withstand this change of scenery?
The methodical hack-and-slash action RPG returns. Let the arm, leg, and head dismemberment commence when The Surge 2 releases in a few short days.
The Surge 2 shows off the violence RPGamers can dispense against adversaries in its latest trailer. The bloody action RPG comes out next week.
The deFrag nanovirus has turned Jericho City into a metropolis of crazed freaks ripe for dismemberment in The Surge 2. In all this madness, it’s good to have a guiding light leading you through the twisted streets, even if it is a little girl.
Another combat-focused trailer is out for The Surge 2. This one focuses a bit more on the process of severing pieces of equipment from enemies and appropriating it for the player’s own use.
The Surge 2 has received another combat-focused trailer. The latest title from Deck13 is set to release later this month.
A new trailer goes in-depth on The Surge 2’s dismemberment action. Returning players will be familiar with much of it, but there are some new features in store as well.
Welcome to Jericho City, where all your dreams will come true. Provided, that is, your dreams are actually horrifying nightmares of crazed monstrosities of flesh fused with cold metal, screaming in agony as they are dismembered limb from limb.
The Surge 2 won’t arrive for a few months still, but a new gameplay demonstration should tide over interested players. Especially if you want to see some limbs ripped off.
What’s better than targeting your opponent’s body parts for optimum dismemberment? Separating your blunt weapon into two equally lethal pieces to dual-wield while doing it.