A post on Instagram of Rayman by Ancel shows that he still wants to make Rayman 4 if possible, a proper sequel rather than the prequels of Origins and Legends.
There's no shame in admitting your pile of 2017 gaming gems just keeps getting bigger and bigger. It's a massive year for video games, and developers are clearly starting to weight up the competition. Over The Moon's The Fall Part 2: Unbound has been delayed to dodge the onslaught of the AAA holiday lineup.
Whether you're looking out for something new and unique, or a fan of the series as a whole, the impending release of SteamWorld Dig 2 has many people excited. If you'd like to join them on some steampunk platforming, you need only test your luck with our latest giveaway.
Seriously people, Psychonauts is free on Humble Bundle for a limited time and you're here reading this sub-headline? Come inside, grab the link, and go get!
To celebrate the belated release of Sonic Mania on PC, we're digging up some of the most memorable tracks of the blue blur's questionable 25 year history. And no, there's no Green Hill Zone here.
The crowdfunded platformer will receive official mods based on Psychonauts 2, Freedom Planet 2, Hyper Light Drifter, Shovel Knight and more.
Personally, one of my favourite games of the 90s was the original Rayman - a 2D platformer starting a 'man' with no limbs and floating hands/feet for whatever reason. It debuted on the Sony PlayStation - but a prototype for a SNES version was coming along nicely before it was ultimately shelved.
If you ever found yourself in a strange and desolate land above the clouds, what would you do? Screaming for help wouldn't be of much use, so maybe you'd just have to wait for a passing plane and hope something becomes of that whole situation.
Even now, the allure of a good pixel is hard to resist. We might be far away from the days of Mario Bros and lesser still from those of SNK's pixel-perfect days with Metal Slug on the NEO GEO systems, but indie devs still love to put the hard work into the art-style - and a few more can experience it now with Owlboy hitting both MacOS and Linux in one swoop.
Worried about the silence surrounding A Hat in Time? Don't be! It's coming next year, and there's a trailer to prove it.