About a year ago, Battlerite had taken the Steam top seller list by storm. Its interesting mix of shooter and MOBA elements really captured the active engagement and strategic interaction of both genres. Back the, it was in Early Access – and a year later, its transition to a free-to-play model has sparked a renaissance in terms of Steam activity. We decided to take jump back into the arena brawler to see what else has changed. Plenty, as it turns out.
If you're an indie developer and your plan is to burst into a genre that has been populated for the better part of 15 years by a single game franchise, it’s safe to say the odds are stacked against you. Such was the case with Blue Mammoth’s Brawlhalla, a bright, colorful platform brawler in the same vein of Nintendo's legendary Super Smash Bros. series. But over the course of three Early Access years, Brawlhalla has managed at long last to step out of the shadow of Super Smash Bros. and flourish all its own. Now that the game has officially left Early Access and launched on multiple platforms, here's what you need to know about Brawhalla.
Gigantic is a MOBA truly unlike any other hero-battler out there. Though it shares similarities with other MOBA-style games on the surface — a large cast of colorful characters, ultimate abilities, and control points — it sets itself apart with a gorgeous animated style and ferocious living objectives, just to name a couple of the aspects that make it unique. Here’s what makes Gigantic unlike any other MOBA on the market.
While Project Spark is still in beta, its community is already rapidly growing, with a large pool of dedicated and passionate builders, excitedly ready to share their creations with the world! Our wiki for Project Spark is brand new and is already seeing a good amount of contributions and activity!
Project Spark is an open sandbox game for Windows 8 and Xbox One. It also supports SmartGlass and Kinect, allowing for players to push the limits of their creativity! Developed by Team Dakota, Project Spark is accepting applications to help beta test. There is no concrete release date for Project Spark currently, but the game will be free to play!
We always welcome community contributions, as Gamepedia is built for and by the community! Want to help build Project Spark's wiki, but don't know where to start? Have a look at the help page for tips on contributing and editing!
Just in time to recuperate from MLG Anaheim, we would like to highlight Gamepedia's wiki for Planetside 2, where you can learn all about vehicles, classes and weapons. In addition, the wiki has a built-in news feed and live stream to make keeping up on Planetside 2 easy for fans!
Planetside 2 is the latest massively multiplayer first person shooter from Sony Online Entertainment. Group up with friends and enter large scale battles to take control of bases while fighting across an entire continent by both land and air!
The Planetside 2 wiki is made by and for the community. Want to join in, but don't know where to start? See the help page for tips on contributing and editing!