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.
Included in the Xbox E3 Briefing was the announcement of a large number of indie titles coming to Xbox Game Pass. Titles included in the list of particular interest to RPGamers were CrossCode, Star Renegades, Ikenfell, and The Good Life.
The Surge 2 has received an official release date. The sequel to 2017’s sci-fi action RPG is coming to PC and consoles in September of this year.
Lea and friends are crossing over to the Xbox One. CrossCode will be available to play on the console later this year.
The devs declared a Switch version of CrossCode would only be available when pigs fly. In the announcement trailer for the game within a game heading to the Nintendo console, a pig is spotted flying across the screen.
CrossCode may not be the most original game on the market in its quest to emulate SNES classics. However, it innovates in ways that feel natural.
The second expansion for Focus Home Interactive and Deck13’s The Surge is out now. The Good, the Bad, and the Augmented introduces a Wild West theme to the sci-fi action RPG.
Radical Fish Games’ 2D action RPG CrossCode is out now. After three years in Early Access, the full version is available for RPGamers to check out on PC, Mac, and Linux.
While fans of The Surge wait patiently for its sequel, Deck13 and Focus Home Interactive are cooking up something new for the first game. It will soon be high noon at the CREO factory.
The Surge 2 takes the limb-targeting mechanics from its predecessor, moves them out of the industrial halls and into a sprawling cityscape, and dials up the combat’s freneticism. A new trailer has arrived to show it all in action.
After nearly seven years in development and over three years in Early Access, CrossCode is nearly ready to launch. Developer Radical Fish Games will still be working on the game to add some free extra content after launch, however.
What do clowns and unicorns have to do with saving Asmodius, the lord of hell, from imprisonment? Deck13 and Lazurite Games invite players to join a Russian stripper named Natasia and find out for themselves.
It’s only been a year since we helped Warren make his way safely – well, safely for HIM – through CREO’s assembly facilities. However, developer Deck13 invited us to talk sequel at this year’s E3, and it won’t even cost you an arm and a leg to hear all the latest.