It won't prevent the practice of review bombing, but those are some nice-looking charts, right?
As it threatened, Campo Santo submitted a DMCA takedown claim against Pewdiepie to punish him for his unacceptable use of a racial slur during a stream of another company’s game.
A Campo Santos developer believes it is time devs stop enabling the content creator to profit while being toxic.
Blizzard, Campo Santo, and Playdead get two awards each for their games.
Campo Santo's atmospheric, narrative-driven game crossed the vaunted milestone late last year.
Shacknews might not have voted these games as Games of the Year, but that hasn’t stopped Josh from loving them.
Need to take a hike? Firewatch's new free-roam mode can help with that.
Firewatch will become a multimedia brand through projects that 'bridge both the video game and feature film worlds.'
The Ford Freedom Sales Event has started, and apparently, Ford has the freedom to ripoff work of indie game developers.
Campo Santo's first title, Firewatch, is ready to be set ablaze, but is their story about love, loss, and loneliness in the Wyoming Wilderness worth checking out? Our review.
Firewatch is set to arrive next week, so rather than release one trailer, developer Campo Santo has issued four mini-trailers, each showing a unique aspect of the game.
The debut game from the developers at Campo Santo have announced a release date for their story-based exploration game, Firewatch, announcing that it'll touch down in February on both PC and PS4.
A first look at Firewatch gameplay was shown at the Sony E3 2015 press conference.
The Shacknews staff has been revealing its most anticipated games for 2015, but hasn't shown much love for the indie sector of gaming. Let's change that with a look at indie games to look forward to in the coming year.
Step into the mystery, and danger of the Wyoming wilderness in Campo Santo’s first video game release.