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Loot Crate Launches 'Loot Play', a Monthly Subscription Service for PC Indie Games


Posted by Evolve on Oct 19, 2018 | In: Wii U News

Loot Crate Launches 'Loot Play', a Monthly Subscription Service for PC Indie Games

Loot Crate is famous for their monthly subscription service, sending a mailed box your way filled with geek-related goods and items. Now, they want to tackle actual video games. More specifically: Indie video games. The company recently announced a new subscription service known as Loot Play, a way for PC gamers to get access to a huge variety of indie games at a low monthly cost. It's being brought due to a partnership with Chrono.gg. Many have compared it already to service...


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SteamWorld Quest Announced as a Timed Exclusive For Nintendo Switch


Posted by Evolve on Jan 29, 2019 | In: Wii U News

SteamWorld Quest Announced as a Timed Exclusive For Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch already has an enormous library of indie games at this point, but it definitely isn't slowing its momentum down. Just the other day, Nintendo held their latest Indie Highlights presentation. It gave a spotlight to nine unique, lovely indie titles (and a quick roll through many more) making their way to Switch this year. One of the standout highlights was the announcement of a new SteamWorld game, which is fitting timing after Heist, Dig, and Dig 2 all made...


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Spider-Man for PS4 Receives September 7th Release Date and Two Special Editions


Posted by Evolve on Apr 6, 2018 | In: Wii U News

Spider-Man for PS4 Receives September 7th Release Date and Two Special Editions

The question on many PlayStation 4 owner's minds lately has been: "Hey, where's that PS4 Spider-Man game?" We got a wonderful first look at the gameplay when it was showcased during Sony's E3 2017 presentation, but since then, it's been mostly radio silence. No word on a release, and no word on how things have been shaping up either. That changes today, as the developers over at Insomniac Games (of Ratchet & Clank ...


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Fallout Gift Box with Exclusive Vault Boy Superhero Pin & Nuka Cola Blaster Review


Posted by Evolve on Nov 10, 2018 | In: Wii U News

Fallout Gift Box with Exclusive Vault Boy Superhero Pin & Nuka Cola Blaster Review

Recently here at GameMite, we have purchased a Fallout Gift Box from Toynk.com and we will talk about what is included in the gift box. The Fallout Gift Box comes with many items that fans of the series will recognize. In the box you will receive a Vault Boy Fallout Phone & Controller Holder, a Vault Boy Bobblehead, a Fallout Nuka Cola Air Freshener, a set of Fallout Pins, a Vault-Tec Mini Tin Tote Lunch Box, a Fallout Vault Boy "Four Leaf Clover" Perk 16oz Plastic Cup, and l...


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Time Wanderer Brings Overhead Action RPG Gaming to Linux


Posted by Evolve on Nov 21, 2018 | In: Wii U News

Time Wanderer Brings Overhead Action RPG Gaming to Linux

Overhead Zelda-likes are becoming a bit of an in-ting, with some aiming for a more rogue-lite approach and few mixing in traditional action RPG mechanics and puzzle-solving.  Time Wanderer mixes things up by giving its main character Corina a ton of skills to get from Point A to B. The young redhead warrior Corina goes through time portals and winds up in a wide variety of time periods. One area may have her needing to make a ghostly copy of herself to phase through soli...


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Feudal Alloy Gets Finalized Release Date


Posted by Evolve on Jan 8, 2019 | In: Wii U News

Feudal Alloy Gets Finalized Release Date

There are many platformers on the market, but how many of them allow you to play as robots controlled by fish? The answer to this is zero - until Feudal Alloy is released, then the number will skyrocket to one. Feudal Alloy is an action-platformer with a bizarre concept behind it, but some fun-looking action and gorgeous hand-drawn art. Your robot acts swiftly with a variety of sword slashes, and has a speed that is very reminiscent of Strider Hiryu when it comes to the angle...


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Atari VCS Is A Retro-Inspired Linux-Powered Console Available For Pre-Order


Posted by Evolve on Jun 3, 2018 | In: Wii U News

Atari VCS Is A Retro-Inspired Linux-Powered Console Available For Pre-Order

Atari VCS has just been funded through IndieGoGo with the pursuit of bringing gaming and home entertaining streaming services to your living room.Paired with a retro-inspired aesthetic and slim design, this completely modern video computer system serves as Atari's first-ever connected home platform. Games both new and classic will meet with streaming media and a universe of web-powered entertainment wrapped in one little black box. Just like Atari did four decades ago, this s...


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Sony Ending Production of Physical Vita Games, Digital Production Will Continue For Now


Posted by Evolve on May 19, 2018 | In: Wii U News

Sony Ending Production of Physical Vita Games, Digital Production Will Continue For Now

I know many of you may have been in my position in expecting this story to happen at some point. Sony has been pretty obvious about their dwindling support for the PlayStation Vita, their most recent handheld venture that's been chugging along since 2012. Six years have passed since, and with that lowered support came fans of the handheld expecting news of dropped production someday. Naturally, we wanted that day to be later rather than sooner, but according to a report from ...


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