Tag: Devolver Digital


Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout  Goes Medieval In Season 2

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Goes Medieval in Season 2

 |  Chris De Hoog
Devolver Digital’s sleeper hit Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout gets a fresh new update, packing new levels, cosmetics, and improvements.
Shadow Warrior 3 Revealed In Hilarious Teaser Trailer 1

Shadow Warrior 3 Revealed in Hilarious Teaser Trailer

 |  Clement Goh
A first trailer for Shadow Warrior 3 was posted by Devolver Digital and Flying Hog ahead of its summer showcase, with series staple Lo Wang returning with a thud. The teaser showed Wang on his way to the studio’s real showcase event. Wang also broke the fourth wall to reveal new gameplay features, including refined […]
Serious Sam 4 Revives Over-The-Top Fps Series On August 2020 1

Serious Sam 4 Revives Over-the-top FPS Series on August 2020

 |  Clement Goh
Devolver Digital and Croteam have announced the existence of Serious Sam 4, the next sequel to the long-time first person shooter series and a follow-up to 2011’s Serious Sam 3: BFE. In a press release, Devolver stated the next game will mark the return of Sam “Serious” Stone as he rallies the Earth Defense Force […]
The Mind Behind (Sometimes) Monsters 3

The Mind Behind (Sometimes) Monsters

 |  Jesse Lyle
When some people think of Toronto, their first thoughts are usually in relation to a particular sports team, a giant tower, or the morning traffic commute. Sports and traffic aside, Toronto is also turning itself into a pretty tech-oriented city, and videogames have climbed their way into the top ranks of that list.
Heave Ho Review

Heave Ho Review

 |  Preston Dozsa
To me, a good local multiplayer game is one that you and your friends, or even complete strangers, can pick up, play, and laugh over in less than five minutes. Such is the case with Heave Ho, a co-op platformer that takes a simple premise and turns it into a delightfully fun platformer.
Metal Wolf Chaos Xd (Pc) Review

Metal Wolf Chaos XD (PC) Review

 |  Cole Watson
Metal Wolf Chaos. Despite never reaching Western shores, this rare Japanese exclusive Xbox game, developed by FromSoftware, has garnered quite a cult following in North America over the years thanks to a variety of let’s plays and speedruns.
Observation Review

Observation Review

 |  Lane Martin
A lot of studios and production houses make a big deal about branding, about making games whose studio origins are easily recognizable. Ubisoft loves to climb up high spaces in dense open worlds and look out at everything, and glitchy, unrefined systems mashed together in a broken yet endearing mess are Bethesda’s signature. So it […]
My Friend Pedro: Blood Bullets Bananas Review

My Friend Pedro: Blood Bullets Bananas Review

 |  Jordan Biordi
Devolver Digital caught me completely by surprise back in 2012. While they had been around for three years prior, I had not heard of them until I played the cult-classic Hotline Miami. Since then, Devolver became, in my opinion, the Nintendo of indie games—putting a name on so many amazing indie games that their very […]
Devolver Digital Ushers In E3 In The Most Ridiculous Way Possible 1

Devolver Digital Ushers in E3 in the Most Ridiculous Way Possible

 |  Liam Ferguson
Devolver Digital has returned with another crazy cinematic conference. This time, they’re mocking Sony and EA copying Nintendo’s news release structure and pulling out of E3 by introducing the Devolver Direct. New game announcements are beamed directly into a catatonic Nina Struthers’ brain whenever Devolver wants to make them – which has some unfortunate side […]
Gato Roboto Review

Gato Roboto Review

 |  Jed Whitaker
In Gato Roboto you play as Kiki, a cat that ends up going on a Metroidvania adventure where she will scurry up walls, pilot a submarine, and blast baddies and bosses in a mech suit all whilst finding numerous secrets. It’s a pretty entertaining little game that doesn’t bring much new to the genre, but […]


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