Cuphead is one of the most unique looking games of last decade. 40s Disney’s cartoon aesthetic makes this game feel nostalgic despite its relatively new release date. Being one of the biggest Xbox exclusives in past few years it was quite a shock to see it come to Nintendo Switch. It was a pleasant surprise,Continue reading “Switched to Switch – Cuphead”
Nintendo recently streamed one of their Nindies showcase presentations, spending roughly 30 minutes going over the various indie titles heading to Nintendo Switch in 2019. While there were several notable game announcements throughout the direct, two significant titles stood out from the rest. The first big-name indie title is Microsoft’s critically acclaimed run-and-gun platformer, Cuphead,Continue reading “The Two Biggest Indie Titles Coming to Nintendo Switch This Spring”
Cuphead the crazy hard, incredibly looking, 2D platformer is getting DLC in 2019. Microsoft announced at their Xbox E3 presentation that first additional content for the 2017 hit indie title will be The Delicious Last Course, which will include new playable character Mrs. Chalice, a new isle, weapons, bosses, and more.
To say that 2017 has been a big year for games simply does not do it enough justice. We have seen some of the most ground-breaking experiences come out of studios that we have been patrons of for years, even decades, now. Independent developers have shown us that they can deliver games with the sameContinue reading “Gamer Professionals Top 5 Games of 2017”
Fancy 10-12 hours of unrelenting torture? Cuphead is the game for you. But it’s not torture in the traditional sense (hammers, pliers, and all that). This is mental torture. When pretty much every level is a boss fight that demands absolute focus, superhuman reflexes, and the fore-thought of a chess grandmaster – all the while coordinating yourContinue reading “Cuphead Review (Xbox One)”
Indie games have continued to excite me since I first played games like Braid, Super Meat Boy, Limbo, and Bastion. It has been roughly eight years since services like Xbox Live Arcade launched and games like this were readily available for download on all major platforms, but now I can hardly imagine a world without them.Continue reading “Most Anticipated Games of 2016, Part Two: Cuphead”