At long last, Axiom Verge has arrived. I have been waiting for this game for what seems like a good long while now. Ever since I first read about it and its lone creator, Tom Happ, I have been interested in this game. I was impressed by his dedication and his passion for the project. I was intrigued by his love for classic gaming which seems to be so well reflected in his work. I was struck by the images and the fine attention to detail. Then, when I saw a playable demo at Fry's a couple months back, I knew that this game would be a day one purchase for me. As a matter of fact, I just finished downloading it a short while ago. I actually can't wait to finish writing this so I can go fire it up.
Oh yeah, and there are some other releases this week as well. Head past the jump if you care to take a look.
- Axiom Verge (Thomas Happ Games, 224 MB, $19.99)
- MLB 15 The Show (Sony Computer Entertainment America, 33.6 GB, $59.99)
- Paperbound (Dissident Logic, 853 MB, $9.99)
- RBI Baseball 15 (MLB, 4.3 GB, $19.99)
- Rack N Ruin (LifeSpark Entertainment, 1.1 GB, $14.99)
- Toukiden: Kiwami (Tecmo Koei, 18.3 GB, $59.99)
[Image: Thomas Happ Games]