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Gang Beasts for PS4 launches December 12

Gang Beasts will launch for PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store on December 12, publisher Double Fine Productions announced. The Beef City-set “beef ’em up,” where “harmless, brutal, violence is fun for all the family,” will launch with “a whole glut” of customization options and several new modes, including two-on-two soccer matches and a cooperative mode where up to four players battle against waves of thugs. Gang Beasts first launched for PC in Early Access on Steam and the Oculus Store in August 2014. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Prepare For A Trip Down The Memory Lane With Knights and Bikes

Earlier this year, Kickstarter saw a cute little hand-painted project born out of the minds of Rex Crowle and Moo Yu, who have previously worked on titles like LittleBigPlanet and Ratchet & Clank. Called Knights and Bikes, the game has now bagged Double Fine as the publisher. The game is set in the late 1980s on a fictional British Island and draws inspiration from The Goonies and 90s JRPGs. Your heroes are Nessa and Demelza, tasked with cycling around the island, pedalling their way into troubles with frisbees and water balloons. In short, this game might be just perfect to take you back to your childhood, when every little thing would fill you with wonder and amazement. You can watch the trailer for the game below: Here’s what Moo Yu had to say about the partneship, “I’ve...

Nvidia Shield takes a price drop

Nvidia has responded to consumer concerns over the price of its Android-based handheld, dropping the price this morning. Additionally, the company has announced that it will start shipping the units next week. Nvidia was coming to market with its Tegra 4-powered handheld at a price of $349 but  now the price has come down to $299. We expect that the price of the PlayStation 4 ($399) may have resulted in the rethink. It’s not hard to get excited by Project Shield’s feature set, but if you’re not familiar with Nvidia’s Project Shield, it’s an Android-driven mobile device that comes attached to a controller. Nvidia hopes it will help boost Android’s gaming potential and reach new markets, or at least help offer a platform for game makers to deliver better products. On paper the device sounds ...


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