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Guacamelee 2 Has Been Announced & Is Coming Soon-ish
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 2nd of November 2017 - 03:00 PM ]
Guacamelee The announcement for Guacamelee 2 has finally come out of Paris Games Week and it looks like we could expect Guacamelee 2 soon-ish or whatever that means The title here pretty much says it all as Guacamelee 2 has been officially announced out of Paris Games Week and according to the trailer we have, it will be out on the PS4 soon-ish. I say the PS4 at least here a Drinkbox Studios has yet to confirm if it will be coming to the Xbox One or PC at some point. I am going to guess that it will and at worst Guacamelee 2 could be a timed exclusive, but that all boils down to where money gets thrown around. Read More...
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From The People Who Brought You Guacamelee!⦠Here's Severed
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 14th of April 2014 - 01:00 PM ]
DrinkBox Studios has announced there next title, Severed, and we have a trailer. When I hear the name Severed for a game title I automatically think survival horror or something alike. DrinkBox Studios apparently has a different idea with a FPS gesture based fantasy game. Quite a different stretch given the title but I was a huge fan of Guacamelee! that I will be willing to give it chance given my odd expectations. In fact, let us take a look at the first trailer for Severed and see how it is looking and how the gameplay will pan out a bit. Read More...
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PAX East Impressions: Guacamelee!
by Fred Buell [ Tuesday, 26th of March 2013 - 07:28 PM ]
This weekend I got to sit down with Graham Smith the co-founder of Drinkbox Studios. He showed me Drinkbox's new game Guacamelee! and I must say it's a nice blend of classic Metroidvania style action and Megaman style platforming. Guacamelee! has a 'dual world' feature where you have to jump through portals to navigate the levels. These two worlds are called The World of the Living and The World of the Dead. You will come across enemies that are shrouded in shadow that cannot be attacked, as they are in the other world, but simply jumping in a portal will allow you to defeat said enemy. Read More...
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