More Reviews
REVIEWS Firefall Review
Repetitive gameplay makes this fall a little boring.

The Walking Dead: Season Two Review
At this point, you’re not coming back for the zombies. Let’s get down to business.
More Previews
PREVIEWS Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Preview
Put up some movie glasses, because Geometry Wars is entering the third dimension.
Release Dates
NEW RELEASES Destiny
Release date: 09/09/14

FIFA 15
Release date: 09/23/14

Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star
Release date: 09/23/14

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
Release date: 09/30/14


LATEST FEATURES And I Was All "Hell Yeah I'll Play a New Dreamcast Game"
I just played a Dreamcast game that was released in... wait, 2014?

A Comprehensive Guide to Dealing with Controversy in the Video Game Industry
Need help wading through the latest misogyny/homophobia/racism/corruption debate in the gaming industry? Paul Tamburro’s here to help!
MOST POPULAR FEATURES The Updating List of PAX Indies
We're heading to PAX Prime! Are you looking to check out a few unique indie games while you're there? UPDATED: Dragon Fin Soup, Dungeon of the Endless,

LEADERBOARD
Read More Member Blogs
FEATURED VOXPOP samsmith614 Since game design is a business, I decided to see what's really selling well for the PS4. I did this search a week ago, and at the time, out of the top 20 bestsellers on Amazon 10 had not even been released yet. By now some have been released. But others still have not. And yet others...

GAMING NEWS

Quantum Conundrum Developers Announce Soul Fjord

Posted on Tuesday, April 30 @ 15:00:00 Eastern by

Even if you've never played Quantum Conundrum, you should at least hear the theme song and then you can get excited for Soul Fjord from Kim Swift and Airtight Games. As the announcement trailer explains, Swift previously developed Portal at Valve and the studio's last game, QC.

Further, Soul Fjord is looking to release on Ouya which has a stupid "Ooh-yah" thing going on at the end of the commercial, but the concept certainly sounds awesome. It's a rhythm roguelike game, mixing norse mythology and 70s funk. The combat is rhythm based and Swift says "the indie friendly attitude that Ouya brings to the table makes it a perfect fit for the console."

Ummm, I hope it's available on more than just Ouya though. Can it at least come out on PC too?
Related Games:   Quantum Conundrum


More from the Game Revolution Network




comments powered by Disqus

More On GameRevolution