I play a lot of games about getting one thing and maybe getting three other things along the way if I can (or feel like it). I just reviewed one Wednesday, in fact. But it’s a solid premise, and as … Read more ›
Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja developer Klei Entertainment launched its first iOS game this week, Eets Munchies, for $2.99. The puzzler is considered a re-imagining of Klei's previous PC game Eets, and challenges players with guiding a hungry...
This month, the free PS4 game won't be as fresh and new as the previous ones (Contrast, Don't Starve and Outlast had never been released on consoles when they hit Playstation Plus), but it should nonetheless keep you busy. Dead Nation:...Show More Summary
Klei, the makers of great games like Mark of the Ninja and Don't Starve, have opened up a digital storefront for the two aforementioned games. Although the former only offers up a $49.99 limited edition vinyl figure (which actually looks...Show More Summary
America’s present economic malaise is often described in terms of the popular book and move franchise The Hunger Games. It seems fitting. “While the provinces starve, the Capital City lives it up, its wheeler-dealer bigshots growingShow More Summary
Imagine if the creative geniuses behind The Hangover Part III met up with the directors of The Starving Games and then hired real-life human Bratz Dolls to take round-the-clock dumps on camera: welcome to Best Night Ever. Currently mustering...Show More Summary
Reviewed by Patrick Naugle Quote: "I cannot sufficiently convey how abysmally bad The Starving Games is."
Don't Starve and DMC Devil May Cry on their way out. SCEA has confirmed that 'Smart As' for Vita will be this week's new Instant Game Collection entry.Click here to read the full article
Gamers are an interesting lot. Some of them are even willing to starve when it comes to saving up for the latest gaming peripherals, to make sure that they are able up the ante when it comes to the next fragging session. I know this to be true, as back in my poor student days [...]
(Video Link) A South Korean couple were so immersed in the multiplayer game Prius Online that they let their child starve to death, raising questions about whether Korea’s “place as the world leader of Internet infrastructure has adversely affected its communal society”. Show More Summary
Klei Entertainment had previously mentioned it was "looking at" possibly doing a dedicated PS Vita version of its survival game Don't Starve, much to our delight. Now, community manager Corey Rollins tells Edge that the development team...Show More Summary
Indie survival game passed 1 million sales before PS4 debut. Don't Starve developer Klei Entertainment and has revealed that a PS Vita version is under consideration as it celebrates major sales milestones.Click here to read the full article
Witty, peculiar survival game Don't Starve is officially a big hit, as over a million people have now braved its madcap virtual wilderness, according to developer Klei Entertainment. "Well before the end of 2013 we had over one million Don't Starve...
The Hunger Games is the latest target in this spoof from Friedberg and Seltzer, on DVD January 21. [...]
Downloadable expansion 'coming soon', reveals Klei Entertainment. A new downloadable expansion titled 'Reign of Giants' is in the pipeline for indie adventure game Don't Starve.Click here to read the full article
This week's Super Joystiq Podcast wants to be alone with technology. It's a pretty fine week for the podcast- some might even call it double fine. Ludwig, Susan, Richard, and Anthony convene to talk about a couple of smaller games, and a couple of...
Incongnita, the turn-based strategy game by Don't Starve developer Klei, will henceforth be known as Invisible, Inc. No one knows why - perhaps because they're not using lemon juice - but changed the name has. Invisible, Inc is available in Early Access alpha form now. For $20 you can grab the game and soundtrack, plus a free copy of the game to give to a friend. Read more…
The agent formerly known as Incognita, the upcoming espio-sim from Mark of the Ninja and Don't Starve studio Klei Entertainment, is now Invisible Inc. Klei marked the change by re-releasing a trailer showcasing the game's 2.5D world and turn-based...
Klei Entertainment's upcoming turn-based espionage game is going further incognito with a fresh change in identity. After listening to feedback, the studio behind Mark of the Ninja and Don't Starve have changed the game's title from Incognita to the far pun-nier Invisble, Inc.
Klei's strategy espionage title Incognita has been on my radar for a while and now the game has been re-christened as Invisible, Inc. I loved its previous game Mark of the Ninja, (Hey, Don't Starve is good too) and stealth games in general...Show More Summary