PAX Archive

  • Beat Cop is an 80s Police Procedural Done in Pixel Art

    Here’s a wonderful surprise gem from the indie buddy copy duo of Pixel Crow and 11 bit studios. Beat Cop is a retro PC adventure that puts you in the role of Jack Kelly, a former New York City detective who has been framed for […]

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  • Prepare to be Ruined by this Anime-Inspired Cyberpunk Shooter

    Devolver Digital seems to be on an unstoppable roll right now. The indie game publisher’s latest production is Ruiner, the debut title from Reikon Games, a team of former developers behind games like The Witcher, Dead Island, and Dying Light. Set in the cyberpunk metropolis […]

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  • Behold Aer’s Ethereal Beauty

    Aer, Forgotten Key’s “explore by bird” adventure game that I could stare at all day long, is soaring high amongst the clouds with a new gameplay trailer ahead of its appearance at PAX East this weekend. Published by Daedalic Entertainment, Aer takes flight this September […]

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  • Get Your Board Game Chibi on this Summer in Super Dungeon Tactics

    Underbite Games and Soda Pop Miniatures are rolling into PAX East in Boston this weekend with a new demo for Super Dungeon Tactics, which will be playable for the first time at the Ninja Division booth. Super Dungeon Tactics is the turn-based strategy video game […]

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  • PAX South 2016 Day Three Impressions

    The final day of PAX South has come to an end for me. After leaving early yesterday and getting solid rest last night, I felt prepared to tackle a whole slew of games. Here are the highlights! Epistory Divergent methods of game input are always […]

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  • PAX South 2016 Day Two Impressions

    Returning to the Henry B Gonzalez Convention center for Day Two of PAX South, I managed to get some time in on a few more gaming gems. Before I dive into the games, I just want to say that the environment is truly a fantastic treat […]

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  • PAX South 2016 Day One Impressions

    Last year was my first foray into the world of PAX conventions when I attended PAX South. Returning for a second year to the wonderful city of San Antonio, I spent the first day of PAX attending a podcast panel, playing some fun indie games […]

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  • Meet the Colorful Cast of Dragon Quest Heroes

    Ridiculously long-winded title aside, Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below is shaping up to be a Dynasty Warriors meets Dragon Quest hack-and-slash blast of epic proportions, featuring a playable cast of 12 heroes–a mix of returning favorites and some fresh […]

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  • Final Fantasy XV Will Be Out in 2016

    Yup. That’s the word today from Square Enix. The open-world action RPG formerly known as Final Fantasy Versus XIII will, after a decade in development, finally launch sometime in 2016. That’s as specific as Square Enix will get at this time. But hey, a confirmed […]

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  • Nintendo Unveils Xenoblade Chronicles X Special Edition

    Set to release alongside the standard edition this holiday season, the newly revealed North American special edition for Xenoblade Chronicles X is a classy bundle of collectible goodness. When the Nintendo Wii U RPG arrives on December 4th, this is what you’ll get for the […]

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