More stories on: The Behemoth
The Behemoth bear some information about their next game
The lovely fellows behind BattleBlock Theater and Castle Crashers are now teasing some information relating to the enigmatic Game 4.
BattleBlock Theater PC Review
While they’re still just a trickle amidst the gushing tap of game releases, semi-reactive narrators have managed to top up a couple of titles in memorable fashion.
BattleBlock Theater fattens cats for 15 May Steam release
The PC version of BattleBlock Theater will have fatter cats, proving once again that our platform gets the definitive version of games.
BattleBlock Theater has the PC announcement trailer of the century
The Behemoth understand us and our PC ways. They know we’ll only settle for the best, which is why BattleBlock Theater’s Steam version will have resolution options that go up to 1,000,000p (no it won’t) and support for upwards of twenty Oculus Rifts (again, no.)
But enough explaining and therefore ruining jokes, you should watch the trailer to see all of those things!
Have a knights time: Castle Crashers on Steam next week
Have you been secretly dreaming about playing Castle Crashers on your PC or Mac since it was released on Xbox Live Arcade all those years (well, four) ago?
Battleblock Theatre will come with level editor
If you’ve ever wanted to be an evil jailor cat who constructs weird 2D mazes for his inmates to run around in then, err, The Behemoth has probably just satisfied your very specific desires.
Castle Crashers will crash its way onto Steam
Maybe using the word “crash” around videogames is a bad idea … oh well.
Behemoth’s Battleblock Theatre is “code complete”, still without release date
It’s been close to four years since The Behemoth released the splendid Castle Crashers on Xbox Live (and two since it appeared on PlayStation Network), and now it seems as if work is beginning to come to a close on the team’s next title, Battleblock Theatre.