Tag: Versus Evil

Award Winning Deathmatch-In-The-Dark Shooter At Sundown Coming To Pc, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 And Xbox One This Spring

Award Winning Deathmatch-in-the-Dark Shooter At Sundown Coming to PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this Spring

 |  Brendan Frye
BALTIMORE, MD – Feb 8th, 2018 – Independent video game publisher Versus Evil, in partnership with independent developer Mild Beast Games, today revealed that the BAFTA winning, top down shoot ‘em up, At Sundown, is launching on PC and Mac, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One in Spring 2018. At Sundown is a stealth-based arena shooter where 4 […]
Let Them Come (Ps4) Review: They Can Stop Now, Thank You. 1

Let Them Come (PS4) Review: They Can Stop Now, Thank You.

 |  Lane Martin
The absolute nicest thing I think I could say about Let Them Come is that I can definitely picture it standing in some unwieldy cabinet at some arcade from my childhood. It’s got that craving sort of feel to it that has kids feverishly digging for quarters awash the flashing light of CRT monitors. Not […]
Award Winning Video Game, The Banner Saga, Launches On Tencent’s Wegame Platform


 |  Brendan Frye
Banner Saga is now available in Chinese for PC AUSTIN, TX – January 16th, 2018 – Stoic, an independent game development company, and Versus Evil, one of the leading independent video game publishers, today announced that the epic Viking RPG strategy game The Banner Saga is now available on Tencent’s WeGame platform. The Banner Saga, which launched to much critical […]
Armikrog (Ps4) Review 9

Armikrog (PS4) Review

 |  Chris Carter
Fans waited nearly 20 years for a follow-up to Neverhood, and for good reason. It pretty much had it all — a unique art style, an incredible world that you didn’t want to leave, and great adventure-based gameplay. People still replay it to this day and venerate it as a shining example of how the […]
The Banner Saga (Ps4) Review 6

The Banner Saga (PS4) Review

 |  Khari Taylor
After a long, two-year wait, developer Stoic Studio and publisher Versus Evil’s The Banner Saga has completed its troubled passage from PC and Mobile to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, bringing its unique and visually-striking Viking-themed take on western RPGs to a whole new audience of gamers.  Back in 2014, our own Reid McCarter gave […]
Versus Evil Explains The Disappearance Of Afro Samurai 2

Versus Evil Explains the Disappearance of Afro Samurai 2

 |  Jordan Biordi
Last week, I reported that Afro Samurai 2: The Revenge of Kuma had been remove from the Playstation Store and has since been removed from Steam. While details surrounding the game’s removal have been mostly sparse, CGMagazine has obtained the answers many have been seeking. I met with the General Manager of Versus Evil, Steve […]
Afro Samurai 2: Revenge Of Kuma V.1 (Ps4) Review 5

Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma v.1 (PS4) Review

 |  Jordan Biordi
I was very quick to write off Afro Samurai when it was first announced. This was an anime with a ridiculous name, starring Samuel L Jackson not long after his appearance in Snakes on a Plane, on the “man’s network” Spike TV. So, being the high school anime/movie snob that I was, I thought for […]
Skyshine’s Bedlam (Pc) Review 5

Skyshine’s Bedlam (PC) Review

 |  Jake Yanik
Skyshine’s Bedlam has you managing a War Rig-like Dozer and its crew on a journey from the technological metropolis of Byzantine, across the wasteland of Bedlam, to the fabled salvation of Aztec City. It all feels like FTL, XCOM, and Fallout got together for a wonderful little romp, put to an incredible soundtrack that is […]
Guild Of Dungeoneering Preview 5

Guild of Dungeoneering Preview

 |  Andrew Foltz
Lately, dungeons have experienced something of a resurgence in popularity. To be sure, they never truly went out of style. The dungeon is a staple of games, after all, and it will always be around. But recently they’ve been more of a focus than they have in some time. In a way, it’s a return […]
The Banner Saga (Pc) Review 4

The Banner Saga (PC) Review

 |  Reid McCarter
The Banner Saga, like the ancient epics and legends it draws inspiration from, is about journeys. Just as Odysseus sailed home from the Trojan War, Tripitaka journeyed west from China, and Gilgamesh ventured to the Cedar Forest to fight a giant, Stoic’s fictionalized take on Scandinavian myth is a larger-than-life tale of perilous quests and […]

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