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March, 2015

  • 23 March

    Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition Adds 3 New Characters

    Devil May Cry 4

    Yes, more remaster news, but this time it’s something to get properly excited for. As previously reported, Devil May Cry 4 is making a comeback on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this Summer. DMC4 originally released for PS3, 360 and PC back in 2008. Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition will feature more than a few visual tweaks ...

  • 19 March

    Dead Or Alive 5: Last Round PC Is Basically Just A PS3 Port

    Last Round PC

    Some bad news for Dead Or Alive fans expecting high fidelity in the Last Round PC release. The game’s Steam page details the system requirements, and judging from the information there, this PC version of the game will be equivalent to the PlayStation 3 version of the game in terms of visual effects and content: ◆RESOLUTION: 720P / 1080P / 4K ...

  • 10 March

    Evolve On PC Has A Dwindling Player Base

    Evolve On PC

    It hasn’t been smooth sailing for Turtle Rock Studios, and it doesn’t appear things will get any easier if recent stats are anything to go by. Over the past week, Evolve’s player base has seen its PC/Steam sector plunge significantly – Left 4 Dead 2, the developer’s last major release back in 2009 and just a shade over five years ...

  • 3 March

    Resident Evil Revelations 2 PC Now Has Local Co-Op

    Revelations 2

    Whether it was a response to the obvious fan backlash or further media criticism, Capcom seem to have had a change-of-heart and are now implementing local co-op into the PC release of their latest survival horror title. Last week we reported that the mode would not feature in Resident Evil Revelations 2; even after being listed among the game’s features on ...

February, 2015

  • 19 February

    Want a New Zelda Fix? Oceanhorn is Coming to Steam


    Back in 2013, a charming little homage to The Legend of Zelda showed up on iOS. Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas bears rather immediate resemblance to Nintendo’s classic adventure series. It’s an isometric 3D game where players assume the role of a young boy wielding a sword and a shield. In order to find the boy’s lost father, a journey ...

  • 10 February

    TRASH TV Blasts On To Screens February 23rd


    Pulling me in with a ‘story of redemption’ is one thing, but having it loaded with old-fashioned visual effects harking back to the days of old tube televisions? Now you have my attention. From the mind of UK-based indie developer Lawrie Games Ltd., comes a brand new adventure that may be orchestrating itself around that tired-old trope of recovering/regaining what one ...

  • 2 February

    Review – Battle Ranch

    Battle Ranch

    GamesNosh was provided with a pre-release copy of Battle Ranch by the developer for the purposes of this review. Developer: Playboom Publisher: Playboom Platforms: PC When a game achieves sudden overwhelming popularity it affects many people. Potential players will hear about the game from the initial fans. The influx of new players through word-of-mouth will make the game and its ...

January, 2015

  • 30 January

    Review: Gravity Ghost

    Gravity Ghost

    There’s an unspoken standard expected of indie games, notably two-dimensional games that focus to some degree on platforming. It’s the ability to share so much from so little; to use its constraints yet limitless imagination, to full undying prowess. Ivy Games are a mere four-man studio, yet it’s clear from the off-set, Gravity Ghost is an ambitious investment – a ...

  • 24 January

    Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy) Remastered Coming To Steam And Mobile

    Indigo Prophecy

    Mayans and killers and bums! Oh my! Yes, David Cage’s cinematic and narrative masterpiece Fahrenheit (known as Indigo Prophecy overseas) will be having a “remastered” re-release on Steam and mobile. The game’s listing can be found on the US Amazon store, priced at $9.99 USD and due for release on the 29th of January. The Quantic Dream adventure game originally ...

  • 13 January

    Gamesnosh Interviews – Yanderedev (Yandere Simulator)

    Yandere Simulator

    Some of you may recognize Yanderedev from his posts around the web, but I recently had the chance to sit down with him and talk about his incredibly unique project Yandere Simulator, a game that promises to be equal parts hilarious and horrifying. GN – First of all, I’d like to say thanks for taking the time to be here and answer some ...

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