Independent developer Midjiwan AB has announced that its fast-paced 4x strategy game, The Battle of Polytopia, will launch for Nintendo Switch on October 13. This version will include all main tribes currently available in the game’s Steam, App Store, Google Play and Tesla Arcade versions, plus joystick and touchscreen functionality. Pre-order The Battle of Polytopia on Switch from today. The Battle of Polytopia’s arrival on Switch will mark the first time it will be available on home consoles. Downloaded over 16 million times across PC, Mac and mobile devices, the game is known for its strategic depth, simple interface, and … Continue reading The Battle of Polytopia Marches to Nintendo Switch
This week our Save State columnist, Vincent Mahoney, takes a break from all the retro gaming he has done over the past few weeks to play a much more modern game, the visually stunning and unique Soul Hackers 2.
This has been a very good year for role-playing games, and Xenoblade Chronicles 3 helps to further that trend. Right from the start with its wildly interesting premise to the final climatic battle, role-players will find a lot to enjoy with this adventure.
Cult of the Lamb is a unique game that combines elements of village-building, community management, role-playing, and combat. As the newly resurrected lamb cult leader, the player is tasked with going into the various regions to build a community of followers, and then lead the flock while keeping them in order, content, and safe.
South of the Circle is an interactive novel type of game set during the Cold War in a place that is even more frigid, Antarctica. This carefully crafted adventure is a cinematic experience with top notch storytelling.
The team at Ghost Pattern is ecstatic to announce their lovingly crafted simultaneously-told narrative adventure, Wayward Strand is now available for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One X. The inaugural title from the Australian indie studio, Wayward Strand is inspired by interactive theater: characters and their stories play out in real-time, and it’s up to the player to choose which characters to talk with or stories to follow. Centering on Casey, an intrepid teenage journalist embarking on her first trip aboard a wondrous flying ship-turned-hospital above a small Australian town in the summer … Continue reading Narrative Adventure Wayward Strand Ready to Set Sail
The pre-October festival of horror games continues this week with the review of Ikai, a game that adds Japanese folklore and culture to a somewhat traditional ghost story. Be ready for some serious jump scares if you journey into Ikai’s dark world.
Mixing elements of traditional golf games with horror, miniature golf, rogue-likes and even a bit of Dark Souls, Cursed to Golf may be one of the strangest and most difficult golf titles to master. But it’s very fun to try.
Two Point Campus graduates with a first-class degree after hitting a huge one million players just two weeks after launch. Offering bags of charm and tongue-in-cheek comedy, the critically acclaimed management sim from SEGA Europe and Two Point Studios surpassed the milestone even faster than its much-loved predecessor, Two Point Hospital. Mark Webley, Studio Director at Two Point Studios, said: “Two Point Campus was such a thrill to create so we’re ecstatic to see so many people enjoying the game as much as they do! We had high hopes that we had created something that fans would love, but the … Continue reading Sega’s Two Point Campus Hits Milestone of One Million Players
There are so many new releases this month that our Save State Columnist Vincent Mahoney was having trouble deciding what to play first. He finally landed on Digimon Survive, an anime title that has a lot of great things going for it.