November2018

February2018

  • News Rain Games Announces Its Next Game, Mesmer

    Making it rain

    Rain Games, much like Image & Form, has opted to try something a little different in the way it produces games, aiming for a shared universe concept much like we see in the film industry. It all started with Teslagrad and recently got another entry with World to the West. Now, Rain Games has announced a third game, which will be...

November2017

May2017

March2017

  • News World to the West to Begin Its Wii U Journey on 5th May

    From the talented folk behind Teslagrad

    We were big fans of Teslagrad, an ambitious and stylish action platformer that came to the Wii U. Its storytelling and lore were certainly a notable part of the experience, so we've been eagerly awaiting the follow-up from Rain Games - World to the West. It now has its confirmed release date for the Wii U...

September2016

July2016

March2016

  • News Rain Games Announces World to the West

    From the makers of Teslagrad

    2014 saw the release of Teslagrad, an innovative new metroidvania title that utilised a unique, hand drawn visual style. We rather liked it in our review, and even got to discuss the game at length with the developers. One of the points brought up in the interview was that Teslagrad was set in a greater universe, and...

May2015

August2014

December2013

  • News Teslagrad Wii U Release Drops Into 2014

    Arrives on PC / Mac / Linux on 13th December

    We've made little secret of the fact that we're anticipating the arrival of Teslagrad on the Wii U eShop, as our impressions in time spent with the game so far have been undoubtedly positive. Unfortunately it won't make its appearance on the store in 2013 as originally planned, with Rain Games officially...

November2013

September2013

  • First Impressions Teslagrad

    A magnetic attraction

    The Wii U eShop may have had what we could describe as a "steady" start, but in the remainder of 2013 and into 2014 there are a number of encouraging projects on the way. It's perhaps a product of Nintendo's efforts to spread the word and court smaller developers, as well as the Unity tools and assistance on offer, and it may...

June2013