Dodo Peak is something special when it comes to indie platformers. It reminds me of a Qbert type of platforming with a Crossy Road type of feeling. A port of an Apple Arcade title now hops on to the Nintendo Switch. Dodo Peak delivers a basic gameplay premise with very addicting […]

Hello, Spoon-Benders! This week, Psychonauts for the original Xbox celebrates its 15 year anniversary. Despite its rich world, its amusing (sometimes freakish) characters and its humour. Aside from its psychic power mechanics, critics praising the game and winning Eurogamer’s 2005 Game Of The Year award, Psychonauts, an excellent 3D platformer, […]

2020 marks the 35th anniversary for Nintendo’s Mario franchise. In the last week, a lot of news has been swirling around regarding their plans for this year. Including Eurogamer reporting the company’s plans to release remastered versions of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Galaxy, and Super Mario Sunshine on the […]

Stela Is An Indie Girl: The artsy minimalist platformer has become to indie gaming what the FPS is to triple A. Ever since Limbo brought its gloomy sensibilities to digital marketplaces, the indie scene has been littered with these quiet, minimal experiences. From the dark kafkaesque world of Inside to […]

AeternoBlade II is a special kind of bad. I have played games that are so mechanically busted that they shouldn’t even be sold. I have also played games that are so cringe-inducing that they’re enjoyable, in a very niche, comedically appealing way. AeternoBlade II falls in the middle of this […]

Psychonauts 2 is the long waited sequel to Psychonauts developed by Double Fine Productions. As part of Culture of Gaming’s E3 2019 coverage, we sat down for a 30 minute gameplay demo of Psychonauts 2, and can share some preliminary details for fans of the series, or any newcomers maybe […]

There is plenty of games out of Nintendo that make can’t wait to see. From the upcoming fighters for Smash Ultimate to the next installment with Pokemon Sword and Shield, there’s plenty of good times coming to the Nintendo Switch. For all of the fun titles and content coming later […]

If it weren’t for the toy box-like music and storybook animation during the title screen, you might make assumptions about Figment from its opening sequence. You may assume that you are in for a harrowing dramatic adventure. But the whimsical aesthetic of a children’s book is exactly what Bedtime Digital […]

I have been a fan of the Darksiders games since they first released in the mid-2000s. I loved the idea of playing as the Horsemen of the Apocalypse and embarking on divine missions (even if that meant being exiled and losing all my powers). War was a very compelling character […]