Tag: Qubyte Interactive
Mini Review Breakers Collection (PS5) - Cult 90s Fighter Finally Finds a Bigger Audience
Breaker the ice
If you owned a PS1, there’s a good chance you were playing Street Fighter Alpha, Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, or Tekken 2 in 1996. You probably weren’t playing Breakers, a cult fighting game from Visco Corporation which first launched in Japanese arcades at the very end of that year, and was later ported to the NeoGeo AES...
News Chess Knights: Shinobi Is a Stealth Puzzle Spin on the Classic Board Game
In case you weren't aware, chess has been back in fashion lately. The ancient strategy board game is a popular category on Twitch these days, with thousands of people watching matches as we type. Of course, in the land of video games, chess has been turned digital countless times, but this new take from Minimol Games puts a fun spin on...
News Retro Platformer Savage Halloween's Release Date Trailer Doesn't Have a Release Date in It
On a regular basis, PlayStation publishes trailers for games of all shapes and sizes on its YouTube channel. If you're interested in indie titles or smaller projects, it's worth checking the page every now and then. The most recent trailer is for a little game called Savage Halloween, a retro action platformer based in a spooky world of...
News 99Vidas Pays Homage to The Last of Us in New Expansion Pack
Can't be for nothin'
The thoroughly enjoyable retro brawler 99Vidas is getting a brand new expansion pack named The Last Battle next week – and it looks like it’s been inspired by The Last of Us. Of the three new enemy types being added, one looks distinctly like it’s fallen foul to the cordyceps virus. Other additions include two new stages...
Favelas of rage
Republished on Wednesday 28th March 2018: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of April's PlayStation Plus lineup. The original text follows. The scrolling beat-'em-up is one of those beloved genres that indie devs are always trying to bring back to the fold, but they never quite succeed...