Cat Quest III Release

Cat Quest III Release Date Revealed

During the recent Nintendo Indie Showcase, Singaporean studio The Gentlebros announced the release date for Cat Quest III, the furry and action-packed 2.5D open-world RPG sequel to the beloved series. The game’s setting is in the Purribean, a colourful world inhabited by pirate cats, packed with treasures, and grim enemies. Similar to the previous entries […]

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Makers of Malice Announce Chiyo: An Ancient Japan Horror Game to Haunt You in 2023

Malaysian indie game studio Nimbus Games has unveiled their latest creation, Chiyo – a first-person puzzle game set in ancient Japan’s Edo period. Scheduled for release in late 2023, Chiyo promises to immerse players in a world of terror and intrigue, much like its predecessor, Malice. A Return to Ancient Japan’s Edo Era Chiyo shares […]

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Aquarium Odyssey Expansion for Let’s Build A Zoo Will Be Out Soon

Singaporean zoo game developer Springloaded has revealed the upcoming release of the latest DLC, Aquarium Odyssey, for the popular pixel-art management simulation, Let’s Build a Zoo. The expansion will be out on August 17th, 2023, on Steam, Epic, Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch. Aquarium Odyssey DLC goes deep down into the ocean  The core feature […]

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A Space for the Unbound Review

A Space for the Unbound is a pixel-art adventure that brings 90s Indonesia to life

A Space for the Unbound, a pixel-art adventure game created by Mojiken, offers an immersive glimpse into ’90s Indonesia through the supernatural journey of Atma and Raya. While presenting a rich narrative with beautifully crafted pixel landscapes, the game infuses magical realism and historical context. Despite minor hiccups in combat design, the game impresses with detail and culturally-rooted storytelling, culminating in a 9-10 hour epic experience now available across major gaming platforms.

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A Throwdown of Titans: GigaBash promises multiplayer kaiju mayhem

GigaBash is a four-player monster brawler where you pick from a cast of nine varied and wholly original yet fondly nostalgic titans and go to town on the… town, and each other, of course. Developed by the very aptly-named Passion Republic Games, GigaBash oozes passion for the tokusatsu genre, AKA those Japanese science fiction productions with a heavy focus on practical effects, such as Godzilla, Kamen Rider or what became known to the west as Power Rangers.

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