Rain Games have announced that their latest project, World to the West, will be arriving on Xbox One on May 5th. Set in the world of their previous title, Teslagrad, players take control of one of four playable characters to explore an uncharted world of ancient civilisations and prophecy. Picking from either Lumina the Teslamancer, Knaus the Orphan/Survivor, Miss Teri the Mind Bender and the mustachioed strongman aristocrat, Lord Clonington, you'll engage in combat with a plethora of enemies and attempt to solve puzzles in the age old quest for secrets and goodies. The four characters should add enough variety to ... Read More »
There are no words in Teslagrad, save the title screen and closing credits, yet this puzzle-platformer from developer Rain Games tells a cohesive, flowing, and engaging story. That it manages to tell any kind of story without words is an achievement; Teslagrad's story is a complex one of treachery and greed, loss and hope, all conveyed through wordless puppet shows and still images. Remarkable. Teslagrad is a game that is many things at the same time. It is a platform game that has puzzles, it's a thoroughly modern game that's steeped in nostalgia, and it's a tight platform game played out ... Read More »
Hey there everyone, let me be the first to give you a warm Monday morning welcome. How was the weekend for you all, they go so fast don't they? But enough about the past, let's use our super powers and look into the future - well kind of. Here is the lineup of games out this week, are you ready? So grab that coffee, get in that comfy seat and get on the hype train - where oh where will it take us this week. 08/03/2016 Tom Clancy's The Division New-York City, today. An unprecedented pandemic has struck the city ... Read More »
What will you be doing on March 9th? If you answered, ‘Playing Teslagrad on the Xbox One,’ well said. Indie developer Rain Games has announced that, a mere two-and-a-half years after its initial release, their 2D puzzle-platformer will be bolting to the console at the beginning of March. Lauded by critics for its nostalgic nods, hand-drawn artwork, and complex brain-teasers, the game itself could be described as the thinking man’s Super Mario – or the foolish man’s Portal – as players use electromagnetic powers to solve increasingly difficult puzzles. Teslagrad has previously been released on pretty much every console going ... Read More »
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