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News: Life of Pixel Could Make It To Wii U Should It Meet Kickstarter Stretch Goal

Life of Pixel Could Make It To Wii U Should It Meet Kickstarter Stretch Goal

The Vita platformer is hoping to jump onto other systems

UK-based developer Super Icon is behind the fun-looking Life of Pixel, which is available to download now on PlayStation Vita. It plays like a platform game and allows you to progress through several eras of gaming by giving you a broad selection of levels based on various classic old-school...

News: Delta Six Gun Controller Starts A Kickstarter Campaign

Delta Six Gun Controller Starts A Kickstarter Campaign

Perfect for FPS fans

The video game market isn't short of first person shooters these days. With franchises like Call of Duty being released on a yearly basis there's clearly a lot of demand out there for the genre. However, it's easy to see how people may feel that they can't get into the game with a normal controller, and for this reason inventor...

News: Road Redemption Developer Has No Legal Worries Regarding Road Rash Comparison

Road Redemption Developer Has No Legal Worries Regarding Road Rash Comparison

"EA does not hold a copyright or patent on motorcycle combat"

DarkSeas Games has stated that Road Redemption is an attempt to resurrect the kind of action made famous by the Road Rash series, but could this potentially lead to legal issues? Apparently not. Speaking to The Jace Hall Show, DarkSeas Games stated that it has nothing to be concerned...

News: Orion's Odyssey: A Pattern Blocks Adventure Reboots Kickstarter Campaign

Orion's Odyssey: A Pattern Blocks Adventure Reboots Kickstarter Campaign

If at first you don't succeed...

A few weeks ago, we reported on a DS Kickstarter project from developer Island Officials called Orion's Odyssey: A Pattern Blocks Adventure. The ambitious Kickstarter goal was to raise enough funds to release a limited run retail edition of the unreleased, finished puzzle title. For various reasons, the lofty goal...

News: Abandoned Pixel Perfect Punch-Out!! Book Has a Knockout Ending With Mike Tyson

Abandoned Pixel Perfect Punch-Out!! Book Has a Knockout Ending With Mike Tyson

Public release failed due to licensing issues

While we cover a fair share of Kickstarter development fundraisers, one that's worth a mention is the Pixel Perfect: Mike Tyson's Punch Out!! book project, which was to raise money to enable public distribution for a limited run of 200 copies. The book itself was finished, an unofficial encyclopedia...

News: Road Rash-Inspired Road Redemption Confirmed For Wii U Release

Road Rash-Inspired Road Redemption Confirmed For Wii U Release

Assuming Kickstarter goal is met, of course

Road Redemption is a motorcycle combat game which owes a massive debt to EA's 16-bit title Road Rash — and it could be coming to the Wii U, if it can meet its Kickstarter goal. DarkSeas Games — a studio made up of talent from Sega, Sony, Bioware, Gameloft, EA, Pyro Studios, Disney Interactive, 2K...

News: New Zelda Documentary Seeks To Explain The Cultural Significance Of The Series

New Zelda Documentary Seeks To Explain The Cultural Significance Of The Series

$50,000 of Kickstarter funding required

Film-maker Joe Granato has taken to Kickstarter to fund a documentary which aims to explain the "ubiquity and cultural influence of the Legend of Zelda game franchise". It's Dangerous To Go Alone...The Movie will "examine the pervasive fascination for 8-bit gaming beyond nostalgia," according to Granato. "It...

News: Frontier Adamant Coaster Crazy Deluxe Won't Impact Elite: Dangerous Development

Frontier Adamant Coaster Crazy Deluxe Won't Impact Elite: Dangerous Development

Forced on the defensive after negative reaction to Wii U title from fans

Frontier Developments has been forced to defend itself following the announcement of Coaster Crazy Deluxe for the Wii U eShop. There's been something of a negative reaction from certain sectors of the gaming public, with some individuals suggesting that Frontier has used...

News: Shovel Knight Kickstarter Campaign Ends After Reaching All Stretch Goals

Shovel Knight Kickstarter Campaign Ends After Reaching All Stretch Goals

Over $300,000 was raised

Yacht Club Games announced its first project a month ago in the form of Shovel Knight. The developer set up a Kickstarter campaign in order to achieve further funding for the game and it has been astonishingly successful. The campaign has now come to an end and the developer managed to obtain a further $311,502 in...