SteamWorld Dig 2

Manas’ Top 20 Favorite Video Games Of 2017 (And Then Some..)

Looking back, I am surprised at how many games I was able to play and complete this year, and also how many of them were actually great. Sure, it’s easy to pick holes in even the best of them, but 2017 was truly one of the best years in Video Game history. I tried to trim list list down to 10, but I just couldn’t bring myself to cut down on the games I had an absolute blast with. Even after removing games like Cryptark, Sniper Elite 4 and Endless Space 2 (which I am managing to subtly sneak in by mentioning them here), the list just wouldn’t go below 25. So I played around with the list, bunched games together and threw some in the honorable mentions. Screw it, these are great games, they need to be on this list. Play them, if you haven’t already! Yakuza Zero Come f...

Top 50 Awesome Games You Probably Missed In 2017

With so many great video game releases this year, there’s no way that any one person could have kept track of them all, let alone play them. Lucky for you, the hive mind here at Gaming Central have been able to dig through most of the good video games that came out this year, and put together a list. So here are the top 50 awesome games you probably missed in 2017. Elex (Please Play This Game) ELEX is a handcrafted action role-playing experience from the award-winning creators of the Gothic series, set in a brand new post-apocalyptic Science Fantasy universe that puts players into a huge seamless game world full of original characters, mutated creatures, deep moral choices and powerful action. Nidhogg 2 (The Real Game Of The Year 2017) The rules are simple. Reach the other side and k...

Top 10 Awesome Games You Probably Didn’t Play – September 2017

We saw a bunch of great games release in September, but among so many popular games, it’s easy to miss out on some titles. Worry not, we are here to tell you about the games that are definitely worth your attention. So without any distractions, here are the top 10 games you might have missed last month. 1. Hob Platform: Windows PC and PlayStation 4 From the team that brought you Torchlight and Torchlight II comes Hob: a vibrant, suspenseful action-adventure game set on a stunning and brutal world in disarray. As players delve into the mysteries around them, they discover a planet in peril. Can it be mended, or will the world fall further into chaos? 2. Steamworld Dig 2 Platform: Windows PC, PS4, Switch SteamWorld Dig 2 takes you on a platform mining adventure forged in Metroidvania f...

Steamworld Dig 2 – Review

Steamworld Dig was a fantastic take on a steampunk western post apocalypse, and Steamworld Dig 2 expands on its predecessor in almost every way, with hand-crafted levels instead of procedural generation, excellent platforming, better level design and enemy encounters, RPG systems, and a significant visual upgrade. For those new to the series, Steamworld Dig 2 is a mix of digging, exploration, platforming, and combat. It’s a 2D side-scroller and has a simple yet enjoyable story that holds up well enough to push you along. You play as Dorothy who’s searching for Rusty, and old friend who’s gone missing, and was also the protagonist in the first game. Tremors have shook the world, and it’s up to Dorothy to dig in deep and discover what’s causing them. While the premise is simple, the presenta...

SteamWorld Dig- Free on Origin For Limited Time

SteamWorld Dig is a neat little game where you play a robot cowboy who has to dig downwards to unearth artifacts and items. Every playthrough is fun because it is procedurally generated and this game might lead you to lose a lot of hours because of how addicting it can be. If you want to experience this addictive game, it is currently free on Origin for a limited time only. And if you do like the game and want more, don’ fret because SteamWorld Dig 2 is coming out at the end of month. Here’s the trailer for the sequel for your viewing pleasure. Game Link Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Indie Developers Show Support for Nintendo Switch with a Surge of Upcoming Games

Indie Developers Show Support for Nintendo Switch with a Surge of Upcoming Games  The already robust library of Nintendo Switch games is about to get even more diverse. In a new Nindies Showcase video, Nintendo detailed 20 of the many indie games that are coming to the hit console. Some of these Nindies include new games in the beloved Super Meat Boy and Shovel Knight franchises, as well as indie collaborations in games like Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes from Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture. “We love the creativity, passion and amazing response that our independent developer community has already shown for Nintendo Switch,” said Damon Baker, Nintendo of America’s Senior Manager for Publisher & Developer Relations. “It’s great to see so many different developers creating new, ...


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