Orcs Must Die 2 and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP are coming to PC, Gearbox has some sweet cloth destruction physics, Star Wars Kinect is embarrassing to everyone, and we've got FREE VIDEO GAMES to give out!
Happy Monday, everyone! The weekend is officially over and Max has a run-down of the internet's best April Fools jokes, starting with Destructoid's new dating service www.okdtoid.com! In real news, Orcs Must Die 2 and Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP are coming to PC, Gearbox has some sweet cloth destruction physics, Star Wars Kinect is embarrassing to everyone, and we've got FREE VIDEO GAMES to give out!
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Orcs Must Die! 2 will add new enemies and traps and features a new campaign which a second player can take the role of the new Sorceress character for some cooperative action. They're also refining the upgrade system to reward players for replaying previously completed stages with a series of persistent trap upgrades. (Conrad Zimmerman)
Critically acclaimed indie mobile game Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP looks set to be headed to Steam, according to the PC service's registry tool. Famous for a beautiful soundtrack and ability to infuriate Twitter users with its insta-spam connectivity, Capybara's quaint little adventure really deserves to widen its audience. (Jim Sterling)