A Rumble in the Bronx, the followup to Papo & Yo, and Solid Snake loses his voice (actor)

Yes, there’s an old-school brawler starring graffiti artists from the Lower East Side. I <3 NY. 

Papo & Yo creator Vander Caballero has revealed Silent Enemy, a game that takes on the ills of bullying, so have the tissue paper handy.

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We now know the complete lineup of launch games for Ouya. Champs include Canabalt, Giana Sisters, God of Blades, Organ Trail, Wizorb, and, uh, ew gross, a SNES emulator.

Introducing the Stinky footboard, the oblong, plastic game peripheral inspired by the thought: “I’d really like to control PC games with my feet.” If I had gotten the press release a day earlier on April 1st, there’s no way I’d believe it.

Bound for North America this summer is Atlus’s flagship Shin Megami Tensei 4, the brooding, occult, and in all likelihood brilliant sequel to Nocturne, hands-down the best RPG to let you have rapport with Buddhist demons. To quote a random YouTube commenter, my wallet is ready!

And sadly, the former voice of Solid Snake expresses his pain about being dumped for Metal Gear V, and it sounds like he’s taking the breakup personally. I feel you, man. I feel you.