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Devolver Digital to localize remake of pigeon-dating sim Hatoful Boyfriend

My Dearest, It is I, your Hatoful Boyfriend. I can contain my unbridled passion for you no longer. I must see you. And whereas before our love was previously separated by a seemingly uncrossable ocean called the Pacific, a company called Devolver Digital is partnering with an institution known...

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Always Sometimes Monsters review: Being human

There aren't any monsters in Always Sometimes Monsters. No giant, scaly creatures with sharp claws and beady red eyes; no tentacled squid beasts; no fuzzy, purple and green dinosaurs. The game instead tackles figurative monsters in questions of morality, offering the player mundane choices in...

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Broforce updates with more enemies, muscles from Brussels bros

Broforce, which is still working itself into a patriotic lather on Steam Early Access, has been updated with more freedom. That liberty comes in the form of two new Jean-Claude Van Damme Bros. There's the slo-mo Time Bro and the phoenix down imparting Broniversal Soldier. ...

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Indie game bundle and documentary series Super Game Jam out now on Steam

Hotline Miami publisher Devolver Digital has launched the first episode of Super Game Jam, a documentary series that pairs up indie developers for a collection of collaborative game projects that are playable via Steam. Super Game Jam's premiere episode stars Ridiculous Fishing's JW Nijman and...

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Heavy Bullets is an FPS that makes you recycle your ammo

All these first-person shooters today, spraying their bullets across the battlefield, never picking them up when they're done firing. So wasteful! Thank goodness developer Terri Vellmann and publisher Devolver Digital are releasing Heavy Bullets, a PC game that teaches players the value of...

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Joystiq Streams: You, Me, and Gods Will Be Watching [UPDATE: It's over!]

Gods Will Be Watching is appropriately named. The idea of all-powerful beings observing you – passively omniscient, always there and out of sight – is disconcerting, and Deconstructeam's adventure game conjures up that paranoia with just a title and the angular look of its pixelated...

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Joystiq Streams: Broforce brodown [UPDATE: Relive the stream!]

Hey! Where you going, Brosephine Baker? Got someplace better to be? Not when there's Broforce to play, you don't. Free Lives' shooter may look like a pile of pop culture references, pixel art, and 16-bit era run-and-gunning no different from legions of games put out by small developers over...

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OlliOlli eyes up JulyJuly for jumps onto PlayStation consoles, PC

Roll7 says the plan is to kickflip OlliOlli onto PS3, PS4, and Steam in mid-July, bringing the Vita 2D skateboarder to other platforms for the first time. Speaking to Den of Geek, Roll7 Director Simon Bennett said "We are looking at July 22nd, [which is] my birthday!" The ports aren't in...

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Always Sometimes Monsters is surprisingly almost human

Always Sometimes Monsters doesn't play, look, or read as particularly human. Vagabond Dog's story about traveling across the United States to win back your first love, built in GameMaker, is a heady brew of visual novels like Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward and SNES-era Squaresoft role-playing...

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Hotline Miami 2 trailer leaves a long trail of red pixels

I counted them: There are loads of bloodsoaked murders in the new trailer for Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. Okay, I've watched it a few times and it's so fast-paced I'm still not sure, but I think there are at least 30 of them in there. Considering all the action takes place in the video's...

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