The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ got its final booster pack update today. Live on Steam and set to come to PS4 sometime in the future, Booster Pack #5 adds items, enemies, and a boss as well as a completely new character. There’s also an extensive list of bug fixes and other small teaks.
Back in 2013, Binding of Isaac fans turned the single-player game into a competitive pastime where multiple players raced against each other, live. Races involve two players facing off simultaneously, side-by-side, with each running through the game as fast as they can. That scene faded for a while, but now it’s…
Here’s a sneak peek at the Switch’s user interface—and hey, look at those indie games! I will totally replay Cave Story on Switch. UPDATE (1:52pm): Nicalis deleted the tweet that was originally here, so here’s the photo they tweeted.
In this week’s episode of The Save Files, we look at the ridiculous ways people have tried to exorcise ghosts in The Sims 4, a mystery within Binding of Issac, and the latest on Resident Evil 7's finger.
No joke, it really is! It's called Wrath of the Lamb, and for $3 you'll get new chapters, new enemies, new achievements, new bosses, new room types and even a "new final (final) chapter and boss with new endings".
One of the guys behind Super Meat Boy has a new game. This is it! I enjoyed their last title (review here), and am looking forward to this, Binding of Isaac.