Digital Sun Games and 11bit studios have been showcasing Moonlighter, a mix of a shopkeeping sim and The Legend of Zelda inspired action-RPG, a lot over the last year. That being said, the game has been without a clear release date until today. The developers of Moonlighter have revealed that the game will launch on
Merge Games assists developers in releasing physical retail versions of their game on a variety of different platforms. Recently, they partnered with Angry Mob Games for Brawlout on Nintendo Switch and Red Hook Studios for Darkest Dungeon: Ancestral Edition on PS4 and Switch. Today, they announced that they have partnered with Polish developer and publisher
11bit Studios, a Polish company known for developing This War of Mine and publishing titles like Tower 57, began work on Frostpunk, a city builder/survival where players must keep a city alive and well after the world has frozen over, a couple years ago. The game was originally supposed to launch in 2017 but was
Ever since Cave Story and Mega Man 9 jumpstarted the retro-revival scene in gaming in the mid-2000’s, many titles have been created that call back to retro consoles from the 8 and 16 Bit eras. Kickstarter has also been home to many of these games, with one of its biggest successes being 2014’s Shovel Knight.
While the PlayStation Experience trailer for Moonlighter not be entirely original, it’s worth noting that a byline of the video announces some new information. It seems like developer Digital Sun Games has narrowed the title’s release date to Q1 2018 — at least for the PlayStation 4 version. Ever since Moonlighter was officially revealed, the release date has been
Indie developer Pixwerk and publisher 11 Bit Studios released a new trailer for their upcoming Amiga-inspired top-down shooter Tower 57 today titled “11 FACTS about Tower 57″. In addition to showcases a bunch of neat things about the game, the title’s release date is also revealed at the end of the trailer: November 16. For those
Crowdfunded games based off of nostalgic retro titles can be very hit or miss nowadays. For every charming game that delivers on its promises like A Hat in Time, there are titles like the ill-fated Mighty No. 9 that end up underwhelming and disappointing. Tower 57 from Pixwerk and 11 Bit Studios is inspired by top-down