Your first day at a new job likely involves meeting colleagues, finding your way around the office kitchen, and contacting the IT department to fix your ‘new’ laptop. It doesn’t typically involve sharpening a sword and then slicing away at enemies in a dungeon, but then again, this isn’t a typical job. Find out what is needed from you in UnderDungeon, out today on Xbox, PC and Nintendo Switch.
Heading down into procedurally generated underworlds before battling it out against multiple foes is nothing new in the gaming industry, but Team17 and Aggro Crab Games are hoping that their version of the randomly generated dungeon crawler is just a little bit different. On the face of it, that is exactly what Going Under is going to be - a little bit wacky!
There are multiple ways to try and get your game funded, but the crowdfunding route is most definitely a current trend. And that is no doubt why the team at Drastic Games decided to go down that route with their musically driven dungeon crawler, Soundfall. Today we see it smash through its goal in order to see a release on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC get closer to reality.
If you've got the likes of Fortnite and Gears of War in your portfolio, you must be doing something right, and that in turn should mean there are a multitude of reasons to keep an eye out for Soundfall.
E-Home Entertainment have seen a rather decent number of their games arrive on console over the last few months and now they are back with more. Runestone Keeper is the latest title that E-Home are chancing their arm with and if you're after a challenging roguelite dungeon crawler, then this is one for you.
We love a good fusion game. Take an established genre and then smoosh it into another, and see what you get. Caves and Castles: Underworld is not content with blending two genres, though: it’s gone for three. Prepare to feast on a fusion of dungeon-crawler, match-3 and base-builder. Caves and Castles: Underworld is out now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch, with it joining a previous launch on PC through Steam.
We’re not sure if there’s a game genre that Nexoria: Dungeon Rogue Heroes doesn’t claim to be. Check the official Xbox page: we have a ‘dungeon exploration, RPG, turn-based tactics and collectible card game’ on our hands here. For the sake of brevity, let’s call it a ‘fusion RPG’, and see what it has to offer. Nexoria: Dungeon Rogue Heroes launches today on Xbox One.
Coming from Goblinz Studio, Dungeon Rushers: Crawler RPG sees players charged with exploring dungeons to loot them of their treasure, all while building up a team of trusty seasoned adventurers to assist you on your way. The big debate though surrounds whether this game is worthy of a release on console, or whether it should have stayed put on the mobile platforms.
You may feel like there isn't room for another dungeon crawler in your life - especially one that combines other genres for good measure - but you'd be wrong, because Dungeons Rushers is here and it promises plenty of looting of dungeons, crushing of monsters and crafting of equipment. And that is all we ask for in a dungeon crawler is it not?
While there isn’t much in The Excrawlers difficulty or story to really get your teeth into, there’s plenty on the bone elsewhere. It took us aback, if we’re being honest: we didn’t expect this little roguelike to be so tasty.