Thomas Happ answers our most pressing questions about today's announcement.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Investors ponder an exclusive Grand Theft Auto, BadLand Publishing is accused of stealing from a disabled toddler, and EA has an up-and-down week with influencers.
It turns out "Steam" is the reason Axiom Verge keeps crashing on the Epic Games Store.
Honestly, I just want more video game documentaries.
Nintendo's #Nindies Summer Jam takes the spotlight for the end of the season.
Expect the retro-themed platformer on every system but 3DS and mobile before long.
The retro-style adventure gets a suitably old-school soundtrack release that more than does justice to the game's trippy tunes.
PART NINE: When we had a few idle moments to kill, these games did the killing—with style!
Will all long-running game series eventually run out of steam? And is that really all bad?
2015 IN REVIEW: How two takes on the metroidvania concept highlighted the perils and potential of working within a genre.
As 2015 nears its midpoint, Mike, Kat, and Jaz sit down to talk about Cities: Skylines, Bloodborne, Axiom Verge, and the rest of the year's top games.
From US To You! Episode 11 looks at the glories of Axiom Verge and the legacies of third-party console exclusives.
Like Shovel Knight before it, this tribute to 8-bit action doesn't fuss with its time-tested formula.
Metroid and Contra are obvious influences, but what else inspired the design of Axiom Verge? We asked its creator.
It might be E3 2014, but if you stand in front of Axiom Verge on Sony's booth, you might be fooled into thinking it's CES 1987.
Sony's indie link gets stronger with a host of new games coming to PS4, PS3, and Vita.