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Gone Home coming to consoles

Gone Home coming to consoles

Shacknews was proud to name Gone Home as one of our best games of 2013, as it was one of the most memorable narrative-based experiences in recent memory. The Fullbright Company is now looking to share its tale with an even larger audience, as it's joined forces with publisher Midnight City to bring Gone Home to unspecified consoles this fall.

Watch: The console-ized trailer »

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Double Dragon: Neon now pummeling Steam

Double Dragon: Neon now pummeling Steam

After taking out the trash on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network a while back, the Lee brothers have returned to clean house on Steam. Midnight City has yesterday launched Double Dragon: Neon for PC via Steam, for $9.99. Players will fight through everything from neon streets to space stations on a mission to rescue the kidnapped Marian from the vile Skullmageddon.

Read more: Time to pummel some afros »

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Slender: The Arrival adds two new levels on console, will be free update on PC

Slender: The Arrival adds two new levels on console, will be free update on PC

Hey, what's that behind you? Oh, it's new levels for Slender: The Arrival. It's been on PC for quite some time now, but the "only official Slender Man game" will be available on Xbox 360 and PS3 "in the next few months." And the late port will add two levels from developer Blue Isle Studios.

Read more: Free update for PC players »

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Double Dragon: Neon coming to PC

Double Dragon: Neon coming to PC

Though the '80s are so passé now--it's all about the '90s--a year or two back they were the decade to gaze nostalgically at. Hotline Miami and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon were celebrated for their retro chic, but WayForward's poor Double Dragon: Neon failed to make much of an impact. It's getting a second crack, though, as publisher Majesco has announced a PC release coming soon.

Watch: The exaggerated '80s vibe in a trailer »

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The Bridge confounds Xbox 360 on November 13

The Bridge confounds Xbox 360 on November 13

Majesco's indie label, Midnight City, has been working hard to help indie games reach new platforms. Their latest efforts involve the Escher-esque 2D puzzle game, The Bridge, from developer Ty Taylor and artist Mario Castaneda. Released on PC earlier this year, Midnight City is now bringing The Bridge to Xbox Live Arcade.

Read more: Priced lower than the Steam version »

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Blood of the Werewolf howls onto PC October 28

Blood of the Werewolf howls onto PC October 28

There's no shortage of supernatural-themed games for Halloween this year. Developer Scientifically Proven and Midnight City (Majesco Entertainment's indie label) are throwing a new monster mash into the fray with Blood of the Werewolf, a platformer that promises a difficulty level as hairy as its heroine, on October 28.

Read more: A monstrous revenge tale »

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Midnight City is a new indie publishing label, signs ten games

Midnight City is a new indie publishing label, signs ten games

Majesco knows that all the cool kids these days want indie games. That's why it's launching a new publishing label focused entirely on signing indie games. Midnight City aims to distribute games on PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and PC--and it already has ten games in tow. Helming the newly-formed publisher are former IGN EIC Casey Lynch and former Reverb Publishing CEO Doug Kennedy.

Midnight City's ten games will make their debut at PAX Prime this weekend, including Slender: The Arrival, described as "the official continuation of the series." Here's the entire list, from the horse's mouth:

Read more: The ten games »

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