Nina’s a robot! We’re inside Nina’s mind, seeing mostly trailers with little info. The half hour mini film was weird, to be sure. Like, significantly more weird than the last year. It honestly reminded me of Rejected, in that it started out kinda weird and then took a hard turn into downright crazy. It’s an amazing watch, but at some point, I wasn’t even sure if what I was watching was real. But isn’t that a sign of the genius of the presentation?
Anyways, listing out the trailers and giving a bit of info is what I did here. Enjoy!
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
This mad-dash to the finish line looks like crazy amounts of chaotic fun. It’s a twist on the battle royale genre, where dozens of online players compete to reach the crown at the end of a deadly obstacle course.
Coming early 2020 to PS4 and PC
Get more info at FallGuys.com
Devolver Digital has a platform that sells “bootleg” copies of its own games, like Enter the Gun Dungeon (Enter the Gungeon), Ape Out Jr. (Ape Out), Super Absolver Mini: Turbo Fighting Championship (Absolver), Catsylvania (Gato Roboto), and my favorite: Hotline Milwaukee (Hotline Miami). For about 5 bucks, you can grab it from Steam today and play ShootyBoots (Downwell).
A “reverse horror” experience, which I think means you scare the bejesus out of the people in the game… which I’m absolutely down for! Coming to PC and console 2020. Check out Carrion.games for more!
Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead Arcade Cabinet
Available in early 2020, you can preorder your arcade cabinet now if you own an arcade or if you want this in your house for some reason, you show-off.
The Messenger: Picnic Panic
This wacky ninja game gets a free expansion on July 11th that includes voodoo magic, a new tropical location, callbacks, and new bosses.
My Friend Pedro
Hilarious new trailer showing even more bloody action in this sidescrolling shooter. Let’s get bananas on June 20th on Switch and PC.
It took me a little while to process what just happened, but it was a hell of a ride! Lots of great trailers, but I think the real winner here is Devolver Digital’s hubris.