A one-man Sydney-based developer, Achebit (Christopher Yabsley), has just launched his "competitive dungeon crawler party game", Dungeon League, on Steam Early Access and has teamed up with Aussie Indie cartakers Surprise Attack to help nurture and see the game to full release.
In the second bit of Street Fighter news for the day, comes word from Capcom that the retail version of Street Fighter V will be the only version that counts. Or for that matter, will see an actual release. What does that mean? Well no paid-for DLC packs or Special Editions. All additional content, including characters, will be made available either via patches or through a new free to earn in-game currency called Fight Money.
Yeah, yeah, yeah it's a list article, but this is no ordinary list. 2015 is shaping up to be one of the biggest years Triple-A gaming has ever seen, but there are plenty of other amazing games that maybe don't get the media and marketing treatment they deserve, that you deserve to know about.
So here's 10 of them.
What do you get when you cross Blanka with a Rastafarian and Kerrigan from Starcraft? The answer is Necalli, the latest addition to Street Fighter V. In a new reveal trailer get a look at a brand new character entering the world of Street Fighter. And, watch poor Ken get treated like a punching bag.
And becomes the most funded videogame project to date, raising a whopping $6,333,295. Announced at Sony's E3 conference, which is not exactly the home of micro-budget crowdfunded gaming, the success of the Shenmue 3 campaign doesn't come as a surprise. The fact that the game exists and is now well on its way to being completed and released, still does. After all, Shenmue 2 came out all the way back in 2001.