Destiny

PSA: Destiny Beta Now Open to All

If you’ve been wanting to try out Bungie’s hybrid FPS/RPG/MMO but hadn’t been able to score a beta code then you’re in luck; Bungie has announced that the beta is now open to all who wish to step forth as Guardians. If you’re getting in on PS4, you’ll need to be a PlayStation Plus subscriber…

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The Swapper PS4

Review: The Swapper

The Swapper (PS4 [Reviewed], PS3, PS Vita, PC) Developers: Curve Studios (PlayStation), Facepalm Games (PC) Publishers: Curve Studios Genre(s): 2D Puzzle Platformer Released: August 5, 2014 (PlayStation), May 30, 2013 (PC) ESRB: E – Everyone Facepalm Games released The Swapper to near unanimous praise over a year ago for PC, and thanks to Curve Studios…

Unrest

Review: Unrest

Unrest (PC) Developer: Pyrodactyl Games Publisher: Kiss LTD Genre: Adventure RPG Released: July 23, 2014 ESRB: Not Rated Unrest is an RPG that is vastly different than anything I would usually play. There’s no real combat in the game and there are no puzzles to solve. There’s no leveling up or experience gained. There’s not…

Battlefield Hardline

Battlefield Hardline Delayed Into 2015

Well, Battlefield isn’t going annual. At least not this year. EA has announced that the Visceral developed Battlefield: Hardline has been delayed into 2015. The game was originally scheduled to ship in October. EA claims the delay is due to feedback gathered by beta users: This feedback also spurred us to start thinking about other…

Crimsonland

Review: Crimsonland

Crimsonland (PS4 [Reviewed], PS3, PS Vita, PC) Developer: 10tons Ltd. Publisher: 10tons Ltd. Genre(s): Twin-stick Shooter Released: July 15, 2014 (PlayStation Systems), June 11, 2014 (Steam) ESRB Rating: M – Mature If you own a PlayStation system and are a fan of retro style top down shooters then you’re in luck; 10tons have brought their…

mousecraft

Review: MouseCraft

There may be a drought of big release titles on the new gaming consoles, but one thing PS4 isn’t lacking is quality indie titles. A couple of these digital games release every month, and July started off hot with the release of MouseCraft from Curve Studios. MouseCraft is a “simple” puzzle game in the vein of something like Lemmings only much more enjoyable in this day and age. You’re tasked with helping three mice get past a series of obstacles to get to the cheese. To complete the level, you only need to get one mouse to the cheese.

15 Minutes of Game

15 Minutes of Game: MouseCraft

This time on 15 Minutes of Game it’s the indie puzzle title MouseCraft from Curve Studios that gets showcased. Can Gary lead three mice safely to the cheese? Of course he can. Check out the game’s first 12 levels completed perfectly here.