Ever since Cave Story and Mega Man 9 jumpstarted the retro-revival scene in gaming in the mid-2000’s, many titles have been created that call back to retro consoles from the 8 and 16 Bit eras. Kickstarter has also been home to many of these games, with one of its biggest successes being 2014’s Shovel Knight.
While the PlayStation Experience trailer for Moonlighter not be entirely original, it’s worth noting that a byline of the video announces some new information. It seems like developer Digital Sun Games has narrowed the title’s release date to Q1 2018 — at least for the PlayStation 4 version. Ever since Moonlighter was officially revealed, the release date has been
Back in October, Digital Sun Games and 11bit Studios revealed that their charming Zelda-inspired roguelike Moonlighter would be coming to Nintendo Switch, but there was little information when it came to the price or release date of the version. Recently, the developers posted another update for KickStarter backers that sheds some more light on these details. First
Indie developer Pixwerk and publisher 11 Bit Studios released a new trailer for their upcoming Amiga-inspired top-down shooter Tower 57 today titled “11 FACTS about Tower 57″. In addition to showcases a bunch of neat things about the game, the title’s release date is also revealed at the end of the trailer: November 16. For those