Ed McMillen, the developer of the popular dungeon crawler The Binding of Isaac, has today taken to the game's blog to announce his future plans for its DLC, called Afterbirth+. He has confirmed that it will be launching in Spring 2017 on the PlayStation 4 with a whole load of exciting new features. The list of additional content is...
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Roguelikes are ten a penny these days. You've probably played at least one; Spelunky, The Binding of Isaac, Rogue Legacy, and Enter the Gungeon are just the tip of the iceberg. It also happens that they're all excellent, each putting its own spin on the permadeath, randomly generated crunchiness that the genre is known for. Full Mojo...
The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth was released for the PC back in October last year and ever since console fans of the series have been crying out for the much-anticipated DLC. Well, it's finally arrived on the PlayStation 4 – and boy was it worth the long wait. The main addition in this expansion is Greed Mode – an entirely new game mode...
The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth was released for PC back in October last year and ever since console fans of the series have been screaming out for the much anticipated DLC. If you're still in the deep dark depths of the unknown then here's what you can expect from the expansion: new game modes, over a hundred new items, trinkets, and...
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth captivated some of the Push Square staff when it launched on PlayStation 4 back in 2014, and with good cause. The creepy but incredibly addictive indie title offers dozens of hours of content - and it's about to get even bigger. Detailed on the developer's blog, the Afterbirth expansion sounds like one...
A study in scatology
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is an infamously strange game, which is why it was with slight befuddlement that we saw Sony include it as a recent PlayStation Plus freebie. Conceived by Team Meat's Edmund McMillen, the title is a twisted take on the twin-stick shooter genre, served with a heaping spoonful of NES-era Zelda. But do...
Good job they're good ones
Velocity 2X is arguably the best PlayStation 4 game of the year so far – and that’s despite it being given away for free with PlayStation Plus. Back when September’s lineup was announced, many deemed it the worst in quite some time, overlooking the fact that FuturLab’s super speedy shooter is seriously stellar...
After a seemingly endless wait, indie darling The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will finally be making its way onto Sony systems in the coming months. In a recent PlayStation blog post, Nicalis announced that the top-down terror will be hitting PlayStation 4 and Vita on 4th November in North America, and 5th November in Europe. For the...
Another spike bites the dust
1001 Spikes is a retro-inspired platformer from Nicalis, the firm of Cave Story fame. It’s a remake of Aban Hawkins and the 1000 Spikes – an Xbox Live Arcade indie game from way back in 2011 – and is an 8-bit side scrolling adventure that, on first appearances, is somewhat similar to the throng of other...
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Terry Cavanagh has re-confirmed that his topsy-turvy indie smash VVVVVV will flip gravity on the PlayStation Vita at some point this year. The critically acclaimed extraterrestrial affair was announced for Sony’s system way back in September, but had fallen off the radar by the end of December. However, in a meaty blog post,...
Terry Cavanagh's awesome extraterrestrial romp VVVVVV is heading to the PlayStation Vita, platform holder Sony announced during a PAX Prime 2013 panel this weekend. The retro puzzle platformer is being published by Nicalis, and sees you navigating increasingly challenging Commodore 64-esque environments by turning gravity on its head...
Hop, skip, and dead
If you’re the type of gamer that enjoys being punished, Nicalis’ upcoming PlayStation Vita platformer Aban Hawkins and the 1,001 Spikes may be right up your alley. The old-school title puts you inside the shoes of an intrepid adventurer armed with a pocketful of daggers and a rather fetching hat. With just 1,001 lives you...
Brought to life
Edmund McMillen has confirmed that The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is coming to both the PlayStation 3 and Vita. The game was teased earlier today, but now the outspoken developer has provided some firm details for you to sink your teeth into. The re-release will include the full original game, alongside the Wrath of the
Edmund McMillen’s macabre indie darling The Binding of Isaac is heading to consoles, according to a post-mortem of the PC release. The dark, biblical adventure will be ported to various PlayStation platforms – though there’s currently no confirmation of which – by Nicalis, who will add online co-op, revamped graphics, and two...