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Blade Kitten claws its way back to Steam

Krome Studios' catgirl-starring side-scroller Blade Kitten is back on Steam after a lengthy absence, celebrating its return with a gameplay-tweaking update and a price drop through the end of the month. Players can expect more responsive controls in the re-released PC version of Blade Kitten, al...

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Toy Soldiers Complete advances onto Steam Early Access

Signal Studios is on standby for a full Steam release of Toy Soldiers Complete after launching it on Early Access over the weekend. The bundle includes tower defense/shooter mash-up Toy Soldiers, follow-up Toy Soldiers: Cold War, and the two games' downloadable expansions. The Early Access price is...

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Blade Kitten to get long-lost Episode 2 DLC on Steam [update]

Years after its initial release, Krome Studios' episodic side-scrolling platformer Blade Kitten could soon see a resolution to its cliffhanger ending via a DLC expansion, according to an announcement posted this week on the game's Facebook page. Blade Kitten's developers recently reclaimed all o...

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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger returning for his tenth anniversary

Krome Studios has been relatively quiet since it scaled down in late 2010, but the Australian developer is ready to return to prominence in the most Krome Studios-y way possible, with a new Ty the Tasmanian Tiger game. Ty, in case you missed his adventures, starred in three games last generation, a ...

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Krome CEO confirms layoffs, but studio 'still open'

With rumors swirling last month that Australia's Krome Studios was closing its doors, CEO Robert Walsh informed IGN Australia that while ongoing reports of layoffs are true, the developer is "still open" and still has working employees. Additionally, Walsh insisted the studio has projects currently...

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Rumor: Australia's Krome Studios shutting down

Krome Studios, which once upon a dream was one of Australia's largest video game developers, will allegedly shut down next Monday, October 18. According to Tsumea, several "credible reports" claim that all remaining staff have been let go, with some employees rehired on contract to finish work. If ...

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Blade Kitten review: Not just for furries anymore

I remember a time when I could look at a girl with cat ears and whiskers and think nothing of it. Unfortunately, maturity and the internet have corrupted my view of catgirls, and now they seem at best cliched, and at worst creepy. It's a shame, because my 10-year-old self would have found Blade Kit...

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Trailer reveals the many fashions of Blade Kitten

Just because you're off gallivanting across the galaxy and slicing up bad guys, that doesn't mean you can't look good doing it. The latest Blade Kitten trailer proves that the demands of a spaceborne bounty hunter are no excuse for being unfashionable. Metroid fans already knew that, of course....

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Krome Studios puts Adelaide office, other staff on notice

One of Australia's largest video game developers, Krome Studios, revealed to Gamespot earlier today that it had placed an undisclosed number of staff "on notice pending the outcome of a number of upcoming projects." In addition, its entire Adelaide branch is also "on notice" for a four-week period,...

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Game Room 'Game Pack 007' now available

The 007 update for Microsoft's Game Room is available for download right now, and will enable 15 new games in total: three Konami Arcade games; nine Atari 2600 games; three Intellivision titles and zero James Bond games. However, not all of the games are available right now -- the Game Room Faceboo...

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