She Remembers Caterpillars is an indie puzzle game with a vibrant aesthetic and interesting narrative. The game recently released on Steam and was accompanied by a launch trailer. The devs, jumpsuit entertainment UG, also had their game …Read More The post She Remembers Caterpillars Crawls onto Steam: Begins Metamorphosis with Trailer by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.
I (Robin Ek, TGG) was just approached by Mi-Clos Studio who informed me that there will be a free Youtuber-designed dungeon DLC for the tactical comedy dungeon-crawler “Dungeon Rushers“, and this is what I was told (you can read our “Dungeon Rushers” PC review here): “Robin, hit reply and let’s make some cool content together. Hey there — it’s Fernando… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
While you’ve been able to change the default install folder in Steam for a while, moving games you’ve already installed has been a pain. Valve seems ready to fix that with a new feature that lets you move games with a couple clicks. Advertisement The new feature is reportedly showing up for several users in the latest Steam client update, though I was unable to confirm on my own account. This may be a quiet rollout that Steam is testing. However, if it’s rolling out to everyone it will be a welcome feature. To move your install folder for a game, follow these steps: Find the game you want to move in your Games library. Right-click it and select Properties. Click the Local Files tab. Click Move Install Folder. Choose a new location where you’d like to store your game. The game should then be moved to the new spot on your computer. You’ll have to do this process one at a time for each game you want to move, so you still might want to try the old method. However, for moving a couple games, this is much handier. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Semisoft relaunched the Kickstarter for their fantasy RPG Legrand Legacy, coming to PC after successful crowdfunding. …Read More The post Fantasy RPG Legrand Legacy Returns to Kickstarter With New Tiers and Lower Goal by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
I (Robin Ek, TGG) received some very positive and good news just now, because less than ten minutes ago I found out that “Dimension Drive” now has an Early Access launch date and a brand-new trailer (you can watch the trailer further down the page): “Hi Robin, We are David Jimenez and Alejandro Santiago from 2Awesome Studio. Several years ago,… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Ascanio Entertainment announced today that their game Crash Force will be available through Early Access on Steam tomorrow, January 20, for $29.99 before its full release this April. …Read More The post Hovercraft Arena Shooter Crash Force Entering Early Access Tomorrow by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Frontwing announced that the Corona Blossom Vol 3: Journey to the Stars will release January 26 on Steam. …Read More The post Corona Blossom Will Conclude its Heartwarming Trilogy Next Week by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Art of Stealth Valve announced this afternoon that the poorly-reviewed stealth game Art of Stealth was removed from Steam after it was discovered that its developer forged positive reviews. Advertisement Art of Stealth’s developer has been lashing out against negative Steam reviews over the last few days. In fact, if you’ve heard of the game before, it could be because developer Matan Cohen picked a fight with YouTube personality Jim Sterling after he trashed the game in a video, calling it “absolutely terrible rubbish.” Cohen’s studio fired back that Sterling has “no respect to software engineers who learned programming in university for 5 years and work hard to create a good game.” The Art of Stealth team then filed a DMCA takedown request for Sterling’s video and then, Sterling claims, sent him legal threats. In a statement, Valve explains that Cohen “appears to have created multiple Steam accounts to post a positive review for their own game,” noting that this is a violation of Steam’s review policy. Very sad. Luckily for legit fans, the game will still be available in their Steam library. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Ark: Survival Evolved now has Pokémon in it thanks to a mod by Mystic Academy. But who knows how long it will last since, as per the Steam Workshop page, a DMCA notice of copyright infringement has already been filed against the item. Advertisement The mod in question replaces all of the dinosaurs in Survival Evolved with a cast of about 30 different Pokémon, including Alakazam and Rapidash. Other than that, it plays exactly like you would expect, except you hunt adorable little creatures instead of giant lizards. Oh, and you can also ride them! According to Mystic River, the models and animations for the mod were ripped directly from Pokémon X/Y, only making slight changes where it was necessary in order for the mod to work correctly, so it’s not surprising that the mod, titled Pokemon Evolved, already has a DMCA notice attached to it. At least as of now, it’s unclear who exactly the DMCA is from. While it might seem obvious that it would be the work of Nintendo or the Pokémon Company, Mystic Academy apparently told PC Gamer that they believe the take down request was actually submitted by a rival who was also working on…
Back on January 2nd, developer natahem released their indie horror game Your Star. Only a few weeks later the first major update has been implemented. The team has taken into account player feedback and are working to …Read More The post Horror Exploration Game Your Star Receives First Major Patch on Steam by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.
To many, many indie developers, retro gaming means going back to the 8-bit and 16-bit days. Very few look to the chunky blocks of the 64-bit era. But that’s exactly what Renegade Sector Games did with their …Read More The post Cold Vengeance Serves up N64 Inspired Revenge in Launch Trailer by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.
Guilty Gear Xrd is getting a DLC expansion known as Rev 2. This announcement was made by the publisher to cap off the Arc System Works Fighting Game Awards 2016. The additional content will be hitting Japanese …Read More The post Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 Coming to the PS3, PS4, and Steam in Japan by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.
Counter-Strike fans have taken to Steam Greenlight with an interesting mod for Global Offensive. …Read More The post Counter-Strike: Classic Offensive Gets the Steam Greenlight by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Press release: OSAKA, JAPAN – January 13, 2017 – It’s time to let the feathers fly… literally! Videogame studio Atelier Melon-Kissa, in partnership with Strange Bull and OtakuMaker, today announced that the vibrant 2D adventure-platformer, Toricky, is now available on Steam for Windows-based PC, Mac, and Linux. Toricky and Momo are two explorative birds who are always seeking out their… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!