Rather than the big blockbuster ports such as Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas [$3.99], it was Don't Starve: Pocket Edition [$4.99] that really made many of my avid gamer friends sit up and take notice of iOS as a legitimate gaming platform. Such was the critical reception of the game that Klei Entertainment crafted on
The next project from Klei Entertainment is a space-colony simulation game for PC.
There's a new game from Klei Entertainment! Our enthusiasm is automatic and unquestioning. The Vancouver indie, creators of Mark of the Ninja, Don't Starve and Invisible, Inc., is one of the most talented studios anywhere. The game is...Show More Summary
Don’t Starve studio Klei Entertainment just announced Oxygen Not Included, a “space-colony simulation game” that looks right up their wacky danger-sim alley. More details and screens over at the game’s Steam page. Read more...
Klei is an independent studio known for crafting smart, charming, and gorgeous games in whatever genre it tackles, whether it's stealth action in Mark of the Ninja, the macabre crafting in Don't Starve, or the cyberpunk strategy in Invisible, Inc
At the E3 PC Gaming Show, Klei Entertainment announced Oxygen Not Included. Other than it being a 2D "colony simulation game", we know literally nothing about it. If Klei's previous titles Mark of the Ninja and Don't Starve are anything to go on, a lot of cute cartoon people will probably die horribly. Here's hoping we'll hear more about it soon!
Yeah? Good. Don’t Starve, Mark of the Ninja dev teases “something new” at E3 2016 PC Gaming Show Klei Entertainment has confirmed its attendance at E3 2016 and hinted at a new reveal. Though the indie has a strong relationship with Sony, its grand success on Steam Early Access has made it a PC darling, […]
As per Klei's official Twitter account, the Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja developer will be announcing "something new" at the PC Gaming Show tomorrow. The only teaser we're getting is a character floating around in a cracked space helmet. Show More Summary
n "Big Hunter" you have to hunt down mammoths to feed your starving tribe. It's a beautifully designed and addictive game. Each day (level) brings new challenges to the table.
Plenty of games are on sale this weekend through the North American end of the PlayStation Store. PS Store Flash Sale: Terraria, Don’t Starve, Banner Saga more under $5 Until Monday, May 23 noon PT, select PlayStation 3, PS4, PSP and PS Vita titles will all cost less than $5. Movie rentals are also under […]
Starting right now, snatch up games like Terraria, Don’t Starve, The Banner Saga and I am Bread, as well as movie rentals like Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, Hitman: Agent 47, The Night Before, and more - all for less than a fiver.
The Kickstarter for a tabletop version of This War of Mine has already made its goal and then some, with 20 days left to go. Looks like people are excited for more shivering in the dark, starving for food, and hiding from soldiers. At...Show More Summary
People know Klei for Don't Starve or Mark of the Ninja or maybe even Shank, but I rarely if ever hear folks casually bring up Invisible, Inc., the studio's turn-based corporate espionage game. Hopefully today's PlayStation 4 port will get it in front of more strategy lovers. Steven awarded the PC version a 10 out of 10, which is a rare sight indeed. Show More Summary
It's very rare for a game to have DLC more detailed and feature-rich than AAA games, but Klei Entertainment's Don't Starve series has become synonymous with the term ?feature-rich content?. That still applies to their latest DLC for the cartoon-style survival game, Don't Starve.Click To Continue Reading
Don't Starve: Shipwrecked, the nautical themed expansion for one of our favorite survival games is finally out of Early Access on Steam and ready for your consumption. If you'll remember, this add-on is the result of a partnership between original developer Klei Entertainment and the folks behind Below and Super Time Force, Capybara Games. Show More Summary
The trailer released to celebrate the launch of Don't Starve: Shipwrecked has basically ensured I'm never playing the game ever again. It looks fantastic; but I just don't know if I'm emotionally ready to let Don't Starve back into my life. Show More Summary
Remember Punch Club, the game about managing a starving kickboxer ? It’s getting a free expansion. It’ll be about three hours long. The plot sounds great. “New storyline where you find a suitcase that pinpoints crimes in the city. Only logical thing to do is put on a mask and start fighting crime.” Truth. Read more...
A new survival game is on the way, and this time it will pit eight people against the Alaskan wilderness. It's called The Wild Eight, and will focus on survival first and foremost, purposefully playing down the horror element that's present in some of these titles. Show More Summary
It’s 2016, and Skynet doesn’t need to send Terminators to wipe us out. A new gaming app ought to do the trick. I’ve seen the best minds of my generation destroyed, made starving and hysterical by Kim and Amber posting a selfie. The over-the-top tomfoolery of the current election in the U.S. Show More Summary
Punch Club first got everyone’s attention with an extremely transparent Twitch-based marketing scheme. Ever since its release, however, it’s been one of the top games on Steam. Is it actually any good? With some reservations, I’m gonna say yes. Read more...