Tagged: Supergiant Games

Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase Round-Up

Today’s Nintendo Direct Mini wasn’t really all that mini. The presentation included two brand-new Monster Hunter games, a new Disgaea title, a stealth-launch for Hades, a release date for Empire of Sin, and the first media for Rune Factory 5.

Nintendo Indie World Showcase Round-Up

Nintendo held another Indie World Showcase today, revealing a number of titles coming to Nintendo Switch. RPGs appearing in the presentation include Hades, Spiritfarer, Garden Story, Takeshi & Hiroshi, Torchlight III, and She Dreams Elsewhere.

New Hades Update Pays the Blood Price

Supergiant Games has paid the price and updated its dungeon-crawling rogue-like Hades once more. This is the last planned major content update before the game’s full release later this year.

Hades Gets Long Winter Update

Hades is opening the year with a giant new update. In addition to the goddess Demeter, a ton of new items, including a fishing rod, have been added to the game.

Hades Arrives on Steam Early Access

After a year on the Epic Games Store’s Early Access program, Supergiant Games’ newest title Hades is now also on Steam Early Access. Those who purchase the Steam Early Access version in the next few weeks will also receive a free copy of the developer’s previous title, Pyre.

Hades Coming to Steam Early Access

After a year of Early Access exclusivity on the Epic Games Store, Supergiant Games’ newest title will be making its way to Steam. A new sale is also available, celebrating the studio’s tenth anniversary.

Limited Run Games Announces More RPG Releases

Limited Run Games held its second annual E3 presentation. Games receiving upcoming physical editions include Transistor, Rogue Legacy, and Dark Devotion, with Limited Run Games also signing on to distribute Shenmue III’s collector’s edition.

Bastion PS4 Review

Fact: My husband might be a Bastion fan boy. How do I know this? Well, when you have four copies, you know you’ve hit rock bottom.

Bastion Xbox 360 Review

I watched the Kid travel all over this crazy world, squashing squirts and popping windbags left and right. But one thing kept nagging me: why does an old white guy sound so much like Samuel L. Jackson?