Tag Archives: Sumo Digital

Hood: Outlaws & Legends gets a gameplay overview trailer

Focus Home Interactive has released a gameplay overview trailer for its upcoming multiplayer PvPvE heist game from Sumo Digital, Hood: Outlaws & Legends. Matchmaking in opposing teams of four, players will choose a character based on their preferred playstyle, or what best fits their team’s strategy. Continue reading Hood: Outlaws & Legends gets a gameplay overview trailer

Retro-inspired racing game, Hotshot Racing, is coming to the PC in Spring 2020

Curve Digital has unveiled the colourful retro-inspired racing game, Hotshot Racing, from Lucky Mountain Games and Sumo Digital. Hotshot Racing channels classic arcade racers sporting colorful polygonal visuals, boost-fuelled drift gameplay and a silky smooth 60 frames per second in the game’s single-player modes regardless of platform. Continue reading Retro-inspired racing game, Hotshot Racing, is coming to the PC in Spring 2020

Sumo Digital’s 2D Beat ’em up, Pass The Punch, is coming to the PC in late 2019

Sumo Digital announced today that Pass The Punch, its own-IP 2D beat ‘em up, is coming to the PC in late 2019. Pass the Punch is set in a world influenced by 80s and 90s Saturday morning cartoons, and below you can find its first screenshots. Continue reading Sumo Digital’s 2D Beat ’em up, Pass The Punch, is coming to the PC in late 2019

Team Sonic Racing – Review

One of my favourite things in the gaming industry is the rivalries between mascots. Sam Fisher has Solid Snake, Duke Nukem has Serious Sam, Nathan Drake has Lara Croft, and, of course, Sonic has Mario. While their respective fan bases might get a little… passionate when you challenge their loyalty, the competition that these mascots have created always pushed studios to make some great games. Continue reading Team Sonic Racing – Review

Crackdown 3 – Campaign Review

The past months paint a bleak picture of the high-budget gaming scene following a frighteningly long list of disappointments. Players finally got their hands on the games that have been stimulating their salivary glands for months – or even years – since their announcement, yet the final products only seemed to widen the chasm between publishers and us as consumers deeper and deeper. Continue reading Crackdown 3 – Campaign Review