5w ago - CEO Francois Potentier at Mighty Rocket Studio announced that Final Exam is out today for PS3.
To quote: Hi everybody, this is Francois from Mighty Rocket Studio. This is our big day, because Final Exam launches on PlayStation Store. It's available for $9.99.
Final Exam on PS3
Do you like action games or beat 'em ups? If so, I encourage you to try the demo. In Final Exam, you can maim monsters with baseball bats, shotguns, flamethrowers, and many more.
There's a solo mode, a co-op mode for two players on the same screen, and a multiplayer mode, with up to four players online. You'll have plenty of fun in solo mode, and even more fun when playing in multiplayer mode.
Choose your favorite character: Brutal Joe (the quarterback), Cassy (the street dancer), Nathan (The geek, my favorite!) and Sean (the handsome bad boy). Learn to take advantage of each one's unique characteristics, make them evolve, and discover their most powerful attacks through eight monster-packed missions. We can promise many hours of fun.
There's also a time attack mode that you'll have to unlock. One particular guy on the team that really, really likes getting high scores inspired us. In this mode, you have seven minutes to get the highest possible score. So you'd better unlock all...
With its launch last month now disappearing into the rear view mirror, we stopped by creator Gavin Moore's Tokyo office recently to find out how such an idiosyncratic and personal project got made, and what it's like having to let go and hand it over to the game-buying public after three years of hard work.
Read on for some fascinating insight into the creative process, and for an exclusive glimpse at some never-before-seen artwork from the game.
Oh, and if you haven't found the time to play it yet, I urge you to do so! It's one of the year's finest. To see more trailers, screens, and, of course, grab...
23w ago - Seaven Studio Co-founder Olivier Penot announced today that Ethan: Meteor Hunter is coming soon to PSN.
Below are the details, to quote: Hello! We are Seaven Studio, a brand new indie studio based in Lille, north of France. We are seven former employees of Hydravision (who developed Obscure 1&2 and Alone in the Dark), which closed down back in September last year.
We were part of a team working on a new project called Ethan: Meteor Hunter when Hydravision closed down, so we decided to start a new studio looking to self-fund and self-publish our own projects. We bought the Ethan IP and got to work!
About our first game, then. You are Ethan, a little rodent that was hit by meteor fragments. These fragments gave him the power to move objects around and freeze time. Add physics rules and elements with different properties and you get an exciting new 2.5D puzzle-platformer! Plus, it's French, so how can you not love it?
Ethan can interact with the environment, burn wooden blocks, use electric charges to activate interrupters, doors or mechanisms, and hover when using air vents.
There are multiple ways to solve the puzzles, which blend arcade action and reflection. Progression through levels isn't linear - there are multiple challenges in each stage - and Ethan...
25w ago - Ragtag Studio Co-Founder Chris Cobb is posted up a video today announcing that Ray's the Dead is brought to life on PlayStation 4!
Below are the details, to quote: This is Chris from Ragtag Studio, a small indie game developer out of Chicago.
We are giving life to a new game called Ray's the Dead! Ray's the Dead is an action adventure game where you are the leader of a zombie army. We are excited to announce that Ray's the Dead will be available as a downloadable title on PlayStation 4!
Ray's the Dead stars Raymond La Morte, a newly resurrected zombie on a quest to find out how he was killed, who killed him, and most curiously, why is there a strange light bulb sticking out of his head?
In this '80s-inspired romp, you'll get to experience the two unique stories of Ray intertwined by fate. As you terrorize American suburbia with your zombie army, you'll also uncover playable memories from Ray's life. You'll be able to experience the events that led to his untimely demise first hand!
Sounds cool, but how does it play? A bolt of lightning activates the bulb lodged into Ray's brain, giving him the power to convert and command the recently deceased into zombie minions! One by one...
29w ago - XDev Studio Europe Producer Ian Pickles posted up a video today spotlighting Passing Time on PlayStation Mobile below.
To quote: Hey there everyone! This is Ian from XDev Studio Europe, and I'm here with exciting news about a new PlayStation Mobile exclusive available later today.
We're big football fans here at XDev and after a thrilling climax to the season, along with Fergie and Beckham's retirement, we need something to see us through the long summer months until the new season kicks off.
We think we have the perfect answer to your post season blues with our new PlayStation Mobile exclusive Passing Time brought to you by Honeyslug, the developer behind the awesome Frobisher Says for PlayStation Vita and the forthcoming Hohokum for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.
Passing Time is a different kind of football game - designed from the ground up to be fun, accessible and playable with one finger! We've put together the following trailer to give you an idea of the fun to be had.
In celebration of its release I spoke to Mark Inman,...