Very recently, we decided to throw our lot into the PS4, and announced that Don’t Starve is coming on the platform. If you haven’t heard about Don’t Starve, it’s an uncompromising, wilderness survival game full of science and magic.
It's true what they say: You can't spell "satire" without "a tire"! As in, hit us over the head with a tire iron, because we'd rather be knocked unconscious than watch this awful looking Hunger Games parody!! Ch-ch-check out The Starving Games trailer (above)! Oooh, Avatar references and an Angry Birds plug! All it needs now is a [...]
Maiara Walsh plays a spoof version of Katniss Everdeen (called Kantmiss Evershot) in the trailer for the upcoming parody film The Starving Games. The 25-year-old actress stars in the film, which parodies such film franchises as The Hunger Games, The Avengers, Avatar, Sherlock Holmes, The Expendables, and Harry Potter, as well as celebs like Taylor [...]
In case your day was going too well, professional joke ruiners Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg are back with a trailer for The Starving Games, a play on The Hunger [...]
The guys that brought you Meet the Spartans and Vampires Suck are at it again. This time Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer are taking on The Hunger Games with their own parody version, The Starving Games. Much like their other films, this one doesn’t just stop at parodying The Hunger Games, they also take shots [...]
Unless, like me, you are looking at the release dates for the next generation of gaming consoles the way a starving hyena watches an approaching gazelle that's been eating nothing but butter for weeks, perhaps you're not up on all the information coming about regarding Microsoft's next console. Show More Summary
Those of you who witnessed my obsession with The Binding Of Isaac last year know that I’m a fan of “roguelike” games whose worlds are generated anew every time you fire them up. I like the improvisational style of play that naturally...Show More Summary
In this installment of Indie Horror Spotlight, our heroes (David and I) play the latest game from Klei Entertainment, an open-world survival game that refuses to hold your hand. It’s called Don’t Starve, and it’s the game Tim Burton would’ve wanted to make, if he knew what video games were. What makes this episode so... Read More
The year is 20xx, and the world is starved... of imagination. An evil army of soulless game clones is hell-bent on taking over The Industry. No one is brave enough or mad enough to stop them from reshaping the gaming landscape into their drab, browny-grey vision. Show More Summary
Mark of the Ninja and Shank developer Klei Entertainment's most recent PC and Mac offering, Don't Starve, has graduated from beta and been released to the masses as a "complete game" on Steam and GoG. That doesn't mean Klei is done with it, as the Vancouver-based studio will be providing six months of free post-release content. Show More Summary
Revenge is sweet… and sour. The Riverlands The episode opens where it left off: on Jaime’s sword hand, hanging around his neck. He seems determined to starve himself to death as a consequence, until Brienne goads him into living: You have a taste, one taste of the real world, where people have important things taken from them, and you whine, and cry,...
Survival game Don't Starve from Klei Entertainment (Shank, Mark of the Ninja), is available now for PC, Mac and Linux through Steam. Though it's a single-player experience, Don't Starve is available in both a solo pack for $13.49 and...Show More Summary
The ecological-survival game from the small indie team at Klei Entertainment, the same minds behind the much lauded Shank games, has officially launched for PC on Steam. The game is a different take on the survival genre and has gained quite a following with its alpha and beta builds leading up to release.
Next week brings a fine lineup of new releases, including zombie-smashing sequel Dead Island: Riptide, survive 'em up Don't Starve, heist 'em up Monaco, tie 'em in Star Trek, the expandalone Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, and loads more lovelies. Show More Summary
Video games have a tendency to take themselves too seriously these days. If you?re starving for an old-fashioned run-and-gun romp with some fancy modern customization options, then you might want to take a gander at God Mode the first game to come from upstart studio Old School Games. It?s available now on Xbox 360 and heading to the PlayStation 3 next Tuesday, April 23.
Don't Starve, the resource-gathering adventure game from Mark of the Ninja developer Klei Entertainment, has set a date. The game will launch on Steam on April 24 for $15. Klei Entertainment told Joystiq that following its official launch, the game will receive six months of free content. Show More Summary
Activision's zombie FPS is starved of braaaaainnzzz. From one perspective, The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct isn't as bad as it first seemed in a clutch of shocking screenshots and one glitch-filled gameplay reel (including such shockers as characters gripping combat knives like shotguns). Show More Summary
All the review scores in one place... Irrational Games' BioShock Infinite finally releases this week and it seems as if the wait was worth it.Click here to read the full article Related Stories Don't Starve hitting Steam April 24 UKShow More Summary
Video: Klei Entertainment's hallucination generator just weeks away from release. Idiosyncratic PC Survival game Don't Starve will be released on Steam from April 24, the project's developer has said. Click here to read the full article...Show More Summary
Don't Starve, Klei Entertainment's upcoming survival PC game, is slated to launch on April 24 for $15 on Steam, the Mark of the Ninja developer told Joystiq at PAX East today. Don't Starve drops players into a procedurally-generatedShow More Summary