Wired Productions Secure Publishing Rights For Bro-Tastic Co-Op Dungeon Brawler, Super Dungeon Bros

Wired Productions, an established independent digital games publisher, announced it has partnered with React! Games, an award-winning video game developer based in Salt Lake City, Utah, to publish Super Dungeon Bros worldwide on multiple platforms in Fall 2015. Super Dungeon Bros is a rock-themed co-op dungeon brawler in which a band of four mighty bros must raid the endless dungeons of Rökheim, a giant scar of godforsaken earth, where wars are waged in epic dungeons built by the gods themselves.

obener3428d ago

Wonder how much effort it took to secure the rights being so close to Super Smash Bros!

deanypants3427d ago

Glad this isn't multiplayer only, and that they're seemingly scaling single player to work with the game systems. Sounds pretty cool!

obener3427d ago

I like the idea of coop. I seem to enjoy coop more than single player when I play games.


Wired Productions is kicking-off its Wired Direct 2024 digital showcase on April 23rd, 2024

"Indie publishing powerhouse Wired Productions is throwing open the door to its secret games room with the revival of Wired Direct.

This digital showcase will shine a spotlight on the publisher's exciting 2024 lineup, including sensational new games, release dates, first looks and a couple of surprises on the night!" - Wired Productions.


Wired Productions has just pre-started its 15th anniversary festivities

"Publisher Wired Productions turns 15 on the 15th May and are kick-starting its indie game celebrations in style with a week's worth of glorious primed content." - Wired Productions.


Google Stadia Shuts Down But Developers Weren't Given Warning

Google announced Stadia is shutting down despite receiving a new UI update and having games on its release calendar. While that won’t surprise gaming enthusiasts, it did shock developers that had games slated to launch on the platform.

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SullysCigar654d ago

This was doomed from day one. Not least because it's Google. Their track record is terrible with new ventures.

Disgusting way to treat hard-working people too.

blackbeld653d ago (Edited 653d ago )

Yeah, really unbelievable. At least let them know 3 months warning before announcing the shutdown.

S2Killinit654d ago

Dont need another streaming walled garden. No thanks.

Retroman653d ago

Ouya and Dreamcast said : welcome to console Shadow Realm where Consoles comes to die.

purple101653d ago

Dreamcast was too good, for its own good. The memory card, at the time was being sold for £19.99 in the UK..when Sony's ps2 memory card was also the same price but Dreamcast had a small second screen, & could be used independently as a tamagochi which were big at the time.

Also had soul calibur . Which is my all-time favourite game. And not many people say that about beam-em' ups

Yui_Suzumiya653d ago

Like purple said, Dreamcast was just ahead of it's time. If it came out now then I think things would've turned out completely different.

mkis007654d ago

Aren't stadia games just pc games via cloud? Is it really that big of a deal to the devs? I admit my ignorance about stadia.

Vits653d ago

That would be Amazon Luna.

Stadia runs on a custom version of Linux, so the games are more or less developed for it exclusively. The closest application that those builds have now is to be ported to traditional Linux distros, however, there is a minimal monetary incentive for that as Proton is already taking the market on that side reducing the need for native versions.

mkis007653d ago

That seems stupid to do for no reason. What were the benefits of this custom linux ?

Vits653d ago

Well, basically it would give them a console-esque tool set. Games could be better optimized to be streamed and even use exclusive features that a console or PC would not have access to. The classic example is on-demand processing power scalability.

However, to my knowledge, no game actually took advantage of that tool set. Especially because Google closed their first party studio very early into Stadia's life.

M3talDiamond653d ago

I just noticed that the Stadia youtube channel have removed all of their videos

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HeliosHex653d ago

Stadia should focus on retro games.

Profchaos653d ago

Why? realistically retro games can run on minimal hardware. My phone can play PS3 games at full frame rates these days and can store enough iso files to keep me happy.

Profchaos651d ago

Phone can play ps2 sorry