When I first saw the trailer for Iconoclasts I was immediately enthralled by the art style. Then the gameplay, then the music. So, by the end of the trailer I asked myself: “What is this game?”
Iconoclasts is a game by Joakim Sandberg (Konjak). It’s obviously a 2D action-platformer featuring various characters. But what else? The gameplay looks fast-paced with some cool looking puzzles and super stylized cinemas. I’m a big fan of the retro pixel art look and this game is hitting all the right notes with its graphics and gameplay.
It’s worth mentioning that Sandberg has been working on this for a many years, since about 2009, basing the game on a project he created back in 2007 called Ivory Springs. So, it’s been a long road for him and the work looks like its been well manifested. This is the work of one man!
Iconoclasts will be available on January 23, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Vita and Steam.
The boot up screens for the original PlayStation and PS2 are quite possibly some of my favorites. However, the PS2 brought us peaceful and sleek menu designs. So, on December 6th, we all can enjoy it again on our PS4!
This year, 2017, has been quite a year and return for platformers. Some are less notable than others, some are the best in years. But, who would’ve thought Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy would be re-released on PC? It’s currently available on the Steam store.
Sphinx was originally released in North American on November 10, 2003 for the GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox.
Nintendo already put out Super Mario Maker on the Wii U and 3DS, but that set of tools only let you create and share levels for some of the two dimensional perspective Super Mario games. However, if you’ve been craving for the third dimension, you’ll have to download a rom hack that allows you to create your own Super Mario 64 levels.
The description in the video gives all the details you need to get started!
As apart of Sony’s Tokyo Game Show announcements, Square-Enix has released Final Fantasy IX for the PlayStation 4. Much like the re-released FFVII a few years ago, this release of FFIX sports some new features like trophies and some “boosters” like a no encounter mode.
The game is currently priced on the PS Store as $16.79 but will increase to $20.99 on September 26.