Invisible, Inc. recently made the jump to consoles. But is it worth playing without a mouse and keyboard?
The spy who loved me.
With the task of overthrowing corporations getting harder, the Invisible, Inc. agency is launching its 'Contingency Plan' expansion that features new upgrades and new Agents. But they won't be the only ones getting upgraded.
Steven Wong, Shacknews managing editor, makes his picks for the 5 best games from the first-half of 2015.
Stealth action is normally dominated by games like big names like Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell, but indie games can offer the same kind of thrilling intensity as the heavy hitters. Here are six games that deserve being detected.
Invisible Inc puts you in charge of a futuristic espionage agency that's on the brink of being destroyed. Do we have the skills to slip in, grab everything we can get our hands on, and escape without a trace? Our review.
Klei has brought Invisible, Inc. out from the shadows today. To learn more about the studio's latest stealth game, Shacknews spoke to programmer/technical designer James Lantz.
Klei's tactical espionage game is slipping into the shadows until the final version hits PC on May 12. It's also set to sneak up on PlayStation 4 owners, too.
Invisible Inc. will be available on Steam as an Early Access game later this month, for about $5 cheaper than the eventual full version.