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Souls-like Salt and Sanctuary Makes Its Way to Nintendo Switch This August


Posted by Evolve on Jul 27, 2018 | In: General News

Souls-like Salt and Sanctuary Makes Its Way to Nintendo Switch This August

It's no secret that the Dark Souls series has inspired and shaped many games since its introduction. Video games that sport similar gameplay styles have even developed a popular Internet-made genre name: Souls-likes. It can be hit or miss for some, but for 2016's Salt and Sanctuary? It paid off very well. Indie developer Ska Studios announced today that their hit 2D action-RPG is making its way to Nintendo Switch, adding to the already large amount of platforms the game exist...


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Gigabuster Hits Kickstarter and Offers Up New Action-Platforming Thrills for Linux


Posted by Evolve on Nov 19, 2018 | In: General News

Gigabuster Hits Kickstarter and Offers Up New Action-Platforming Thrills for Linux

Fast-paced action-platformers are in short supply outside of retro games. The Mega Man franchise revolutionized the sub-genre 30 years ago but hasn't been featured much on home computing devices over the years. The original PC incarnations of the series were the stuff of legend because of how terrible they were, and it wasn't until retro collections came out that PC gamers could enjoy them beyond fan games. Sadly, Linux players haven't been able to play a game like Mega Man y...


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Dragon Ball FighterZ Is Heading To The Switch


Posted by Evolve on Jun 25, 2018 | In: General News

Dragon Ball FighterZ Is Heading To The Switch

The Nintendo Switch has been doing very well ever since it got launched in March of last year, and one of its biggest highlights has been that numerous 3rd party developers have made titles for the system, and are continuing to do so. Because of that, many Switch gamers have been making requests on what should be next, and one of the most requested ones was Dragon Ball FighterZ by Bandai Namco. The game released in January for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, but a Switch port wasn't a...


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PlayStation Now Adds Downloadable Titles to the Service


Posted by Evolve on Sep 26, 2018 | In: General News

PlayStation Now Adds Downloadable Titles to the Service

If you are not familiar with it, PlayStation Now is a cloud-based gaming subscription service offered by Sony that allows you stream titles from the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, or PlayStation 4 era onto your PlayStation 4 or PC. Usually, it is recommended by Sony, that the user has a 5mbps internet connection for optimum performance. Though this is the case, many still seem to not be getting the quality of the service promised if their internet ends up fluctuating which may...


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Sega Announces Sega Genesis Classics Collection for PS4 and Xbox One


Posted by Evolve on Mar 15, 2018 | In: General News

Sega Announces Sega Genesis Classics Collection for PS4 and Xbox One

Sega's no slouch when it comes to re-releasing many of their classic console titles onto current-day consoles. The previous generation, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii all saw re-releases or packs in some form or another. More recently, Steam received its own Sega Genesis/Mega Drive collection. Now, the publisher has announced that they'll be putting out a new Sega Genesis Classics Collection for PS4 and Xbox One. It will have all the titles the Steam version has, plus some new ones.T...


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Why some Linux games and software shouldn't be ported to Windows


Posted by Evolve on Dec 6, 2017 | In: General News

Why some Linux games and software shouldn't be ported to Windows

We all know that most opensource software gets ported to all platforms, but why does Linux have virtually no exclusive games? Most computer games are being made exclusively for Microsoft Windows yet none are ever just left for Linux alone. They usually end up being ported over, for example, take a look at free, opensource game SuperTuxKart; This game is made up of opensource characters, most of which originated from the Linux platform but the game is available for Windows. Th...


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Layers of Fear 2 Gets a Spooky New Trailer Aboard a Sailing Ship


Posted by Evolve on Jan 23, 2019 | In: General News

Layers of Fear 2 Gets a Spooky New Trailer Aboard a Sailing Ship

Layers of Fear was one of 2016's standout indie horror games, giving us a mysterious mansion to explore filled with paintings from a deranged artist. The game went on to be so popular that it received a Nintendo Switch port last year. Entitled Layers of Fear: Legacy, this version of the horror hit came packed with the game's DLC content, Switch touchscreen controls, and Joy-Con support, making it one of the most complete versions of the game to date. It's only natural, then, ...


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Indivisible Is An Upcoming Fantasy RPG With A Unique Combat System Coming to Linux


Posted by Evolve on Jun 15, 2018 | In: General News

Indivisible Is An Upcoming Fantasy RPG With A Unique Combat System Coming to Linux

Indivisible is an upcoming action-packed role-playing title from Lab Zero, who are known for their work on the critically acclaimed fighting game Skullgirls. Set in a world drenched with fantasy and wonder, Indivisible tells the story of Ajna, a well natured, yet rebellious tomboy who begins a quest to save everything she knows from being destroyed in a world filled of newfound chaos.In the latest E3 reveal, Indivisible can be seen sporting the feature quality 2D hand-drawn a...


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