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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is coming to the PS4! Previously released on Xbox One and Steam, PlayStation owners will be able to take Max on an adventure to rescue his brother from an evil wizard.
Wired Production have announced that first person adventure game The Town of Light will release on consoles and PC on June 6 2017. This new release will feature some additional content including new puzzles, story-supporting content, additional interactive elements as well as overhauled graphics and UI.
Wired Productions has this week announced a worldwide publishing agreement with LKA.it to bring a new updated version of its psychological adventure game, The Town of Light to consoles and PC later this year.
Let's be honest, Super Dungeon Bros is a bit of a sausage fest. Players take the role of Axl, Lars, Freddie and Ozzie as they battle through dungeons in the search of the lost artefacts of the rock gods. I mean, it's all good 'n all, but what about the ladies of rock? Well it looks like Wired Productions have it covered with the free Broettes DLC that's set to launch along side the game.
Wired Productions has announced that today their rock-themed cooperative dungeon brawler Super Dungeon Bros, will have an extended Closed Beta which begins... TODAY. WHAAT.
I've had my eye on Tiny Troopers for some time now as it always reminded me a lot of Cannon Fodder, the comedic strategy-based shoot 'em up from the early nineties. The game itself has arrived on many different platforms such as iOS, Android, and Steam but for the first time the game has blasted its way onto PlayStation platforms with Tiny Troopers Joint Ops, a game that combines both Tiny Troopers and Tiny Troopers 2: Special Ops into one insane shooter on a tiny level.
I'm a huge fan of music and from an early age I began creating electronic music on various types of software. Where it all began for me though, was eJay. I remember a free demo that my cousin had that I profusely begged him to lend me and something we both spent a lot of time on over each others houses at the weekend. I'm not sure what version of eJay it was, but what pulled it in for me was it's simplicity. It has since been replaced by FLStudio and Cubase but it might just come back into my life in the form of eJay Pure!