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Goichi Suda, known better as Suda 51, has made some bizarre games. From the political thriller Killer7 to the highly satirical No More Heroes. His games are vibrant and unabashedly tongue-in-cheek. What happens when he makes a free to play dungeon crawler? Pure chaos.


I have fond memories of hack and slash RPG adventures like Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and while I love Diablo 3, variety is the spice of life! Enter Brutal (self stylised as [email protected]), a roguelike dungeon crawler by Stormcloud Games coming to the Playstation 4 on August 9. With a great marriage of ASCII influenced style and procedurally generated dungeons, it's great for people looking to scratch an itch for adventure. Join me in this video to see how far I get in Brutal's dangerous depths!


When games let me roll a character before I start, I always make someone who seems cool, rather than min-maxing stats. In Death Road to Canada, I wanted someone who'd be fun to hang around with in a zombie apocalypse, rather than a simple zombie-clobbering machine. Given this, it's probably no surprise most of my forays didn't go that well, but I had a great time trying to steer a band of pixelated misfits to Canada.


If you've been waiting patiently for the anime-style roguelike space shooter GALAK-Z to finally make it's debut on Steam, then you won't have to wait much longer — because it will finally become available for purchase tomorrow.


I've been looking forward to the full release of Darkest Dungeon, even though the game is one of the better examples of Early Access done right. It's an intriguing roguelike-RPG with a fantastic aesthetic, and it's the kind of game you'll want to set aside some time for.

Fortunately the developers have decided to help everyone by scheduling it in a window where you're likely to have a bit of spare time: January next year.