Today’s Indie World Showcase had several big announcements from Nintendo’s partners. And they kicked off the show with a massive announcement. Both original Spelunky and Spelunky 2 are making their way to Nintendo Switch next summer. For those of us who spent way too much time playing Spelunky on our Vitas, this is excellent news.
Here’s the deal, dear reader; I can save you some time with this Spelunky 2 review. Sure, below you’ll find what is undoubtedly insightful and hilarious commentary on why this game is so great. However, I understand we live in a busy world. Maybe you just don’t have time for my shenanigans. So, there’s really
Spelunky 2 has been out for a few weeks now on PS4, and PC players will get to join in on the fun next week. However, the launch will be missing one big feature. Today, Derek Yu announced that they’ll be releasing without online co-op in the PC version to make sure they hit the
Spelunky 2 originally had a 2019 release date. Unfortunately, Derek Yu and his team had to make the decision to push the game out of last year as they worked to deliver an experience that would satisfy the devoted Spelunky audience. Of course, fans would prefer to have the game earlier than later, but if
Double Fine Entertainment, best known for their work on creating the games Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, Costume Quest, and Kickstarter success Broken Age, has been hosting a Day of the Devs event every year since 2012 in coordination with iam8bit. This event shows off upcoming indie games that may not be getting a lot of attention
In the last two weeks, Goichi Suda (aka “Suda51”) formally revealed the next project that he and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture are working on, and as hinted at earlier in the year, it is of course the next title in the No More Heroes franchise. The Switch-exclusive game, which is called Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, once