Finally joining stablemates Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment and Icewind Dale
After both original Baldur's Gate RPGs and Planescape: Torment and Icewind Dale dropped on Switch back in October, it's finally time for the similarly Enhanced Edition of Neverwinter Nights to join its brethren on consoles today. Tak
Always leave 'em wanting more
Coming from Lab Zero and Skybound Games, lovely looking 2D fighter Skullgirls 2nd Encore is dropping on Switch today after ducking and diving out of the reach of Nintendo consoles since its debut way back in 2012. Yes, the game got an 'Encore edition' two years later, but this is the first time it's appearing on a...
"Anyone that’s sick of codes in a box is going to be in for a treat"
There was a ripple of excitement amongst old-school RPG fans at the end of May when it was announced that a raft of D&D classics were heading to consoles, including your favourite Nintendo handheld hybrid. Beamdog, the developer behind the Enhanced Editions of Baldur's Gate,...
Enhanced Editions of five games arriving this year
Fans of classic Dungeons & Dragons RPGs are in for a treat: Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate II, Planescape Torment, Icewind Dale and
Limited Edition boxed version up for grabs
Previously released across a whole bunch of platforms stretching all the way back to 2012, we knew that 2D beat-em-up Skullgirls 2nd Encore was coming to Switch after the game was announced at Anime Expo 2018 without a release window, but Skybound Games has now narrowed it down to spring this year. Not...
Each one is enhanced
Skybound Games - best-known in recent times for taking over the development of The Walking Dead video game series from Telltale - has announced it is teaming up with Beamdog to bring a selection classic role-playing computer games to the Switch and multiple other platforms later this year. The publishing partnership between the...
Still not bitten
After Skybound Games CEO Ian Howe mentioned how disappointed he would be if episode three of The Walking Dead: The Final Season wasn't released this year, the company behind the former Telltale project has now revealed the next chapter will launch on 15th January. This announcement was made during the 'Kinda Funny Video Game...
Back from the dead
Following Telltale's demise, some of its existing projects continue to live on through Skybound Games. The company recently issued an update on its website, revealing "a ton" of logistical and legal issues have finally been sorted out and development on The Walking Dead: The Final Season has officially started up again. Here's the...
"We will investigate other ways to deliver physical versions"
Given the success of Hollow Knight on the Switch eShop, it made sense for its developer Team Cherry to consider a physical edition in order to continue sales momentum. To make this happen, the talented people behind the title partnered with Skybound Games - a division of Skybound...
Earlier this week, Skybound Games announced it would be hosting a Reddit AMA focused on The Walking Dead: The Final Season. Now that it’s wrapped up, here’s what we found out. According to the company’s CEO Ian Howe, production of episode three and four is at a standstill. New release dates for the episodes will be announced...
Following the news of mass layoffs at Telltale last month, Skybound Games announced it had acquired the rights to publish and develop the remaining episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season. The Walking Dead: Season Two and
Last weekend, the creator of The Walking Dead and also the founder of Skybound Entertainment Robert Kirkman confirmed Skybound Games would be taking over the publishing and development of The Final Season. When this announcement was made, Kirkman also stated how the aim was to keep the original development team intact, as Skybound...
Since mass layoffs at Telltale Games, the company has been trying to work out a way to finish The Walking Dead. Not long ago, it was revealed Telltale had potentially been thrown a lifeline when multiple partners stepped forward and expressed interest in helping see
"The definitive version"
A while ago, Australian developer Team Cherry said a physical release of Hollow Knight was "absolutely" on the cards. The subject got raised again in a Reddit AMA, with the team once again confirming it was working on making it happen. Following the recent