Anyone who’s serious about gaming will tell you the importance of owning a high-quality headset. Skullcandy has been a key name in headphones and portable audio for over a decade so, when I heard they had developed a headset exclusively for the Xbox One, I had to give it a try.
Chainsawesome Games was host to a non-stop swarm of players eager to check out their indie party title, Knight Squad, at PAX East — a new eight-player free-for-all with elements pulled straight from classic games like Bomberman and Gauntlet.
Golden Ruby Games showcased one of the greatest indie titles on the PAX East show floor with Extreme Exorcism, a superbly punishing game that’s as adorable as it is challenging.
Aside from being the most lovable development studio in the business, The Behemoth consistently plays by their own rules and sees their games through until they’re perfect.
The Cards Against Humanity-sponsored indie tabletop area at PAX had a number of great demos running but, when I caught a glimpse of Cinelinx’s tagline — “A card game for people who love movies” — I had to check it out.
Leading off our PAX coverage, we take a look at the single best gaming experience on the expo floor.
Developed and published by Defiant Development, Hand of Fate is a genre-bending title that exists at the crossroads of hack-and-slash adventure games and tabletop role-playing; incorporating deckbuilding elements with third-person action segments and a roguelike exploration system to create a unique, remarkably fun experience.