The staff has been pretty divisive on Spelunky. If you've listen to the podcast, we're all huge fans of the game and the game has some super charming characters and music. Do you want to own a little shopkeeper or set of frogs on your desk? Of course you do. Attract Mode is a collective of video game journalists and artists putting out some pretty unique and creative stuff. Derek Yu, creator of Spelunky is part of the collective and the long awaited Spelunky Minis figurines are now available! You can pay $5 for a random one or $40 for the entire set. Having the golden idol will not cause a gigantic rock to plow through your place and doesn't the Tunnel Man bare a resemblance to our Guide Co-ordinator?
If one were to wonder what SouthEnd's follow-up to 2010's cute-as-a-button ilomilo would be, their first guess might not have been a colorful side-scrolling beat-em-up in the same vein as Golden Axe or Castle Crashers. That's just what the developer is serving up, however, as it's just announced it will release Sacred Citadel on XBLA, PSN and PC in 2013.
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Team17 has released their fifth and final developer diary for Worms: Revolution. In this edition, Lead QA Daniel Martin explains the …