Platformer fans and Kickstarter backers who have been patiently waiting on the European and Australian release of Yacht Club Games' Shovel Knight can rest a bit easier. An exact date hasn't been nailed down yet, but a Kickstarter update announced plans to release the game on Wii U and 3DS in both regions in November. Hit the jump for more.
We've been pumped about NES-style platformer Shovel Knight since it was first announced, but it did hit some roadblocks along the way that kept pushing its release back. Thankfully that's all behind us, as developer Yacht Club Games announced a June 26 launch date for a couple versions. Hit the jump for more!
In March Yacht Club Games' announced that its Kickstarter-funded platformer Shovel Knight would miss its March 31 release date by a few weeks. Now, according to Yacht Club's Twitter, the final build is done and gearing up to be submitted. More after the jump.
Developer Yacht Club Games used the Shovel Knight Kickstarter page to announce the results of a tough decision. Originally slated to debut on March 31, the crowd-funded platformer is being delayed a few weeks. Hit the jump for more.
Shovel Knight is now in alpha, and will arrive on Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and PC on March 31, putting its launch just a few days after that of Dark Souls II. Hit the jump for the latest trailer.
Shovel Knight has developer Yacht Club Games working around the clock. As Yacht Club's Sean Velasco confirmed with Destructoid, the Kickstarter-funded game is set to launch in early 2014. Read on for more.
Despite the fact that it's loaded with current and upcoming releases, Nintendo's indie game eShop sizzle reel is kind of a blast from the past. See quick previews of Shovel Knight, Pier Solar HD, and more after the jump.
Yacht Club Games' Kickstarted Shovel Knight platformer already looks like the best thing ever, and the latest trailer absolutely reinforces that. You can see healthy doses of its many influences after the jump.
Yacht Club Games had an exceedingly successful Kickstarter experience with Shovel Knight. The NES-style platformer that pulls inspiration from Mega Man, Castlevania, and even Dark Souls, managed to raise over $300,000 by the end of its crowd-funding, and now we can take a look at the full boss roster. Check 'em out past the break.
The Kickstarter campaign for Yacht Club Games' NES-style platformer Shovel Knight is officially a success. The crowd-funding effort came to an end well beyond its initial $75,000 goal, raking in a grand total of $311,502. Read on for more!
With Yacht Club Games' 8-bit love letter Shovel Knight hitting its Kickstarter goal about a week ago, the smooth sailing through stretch goals continues. The campaign is in its final week, but the most recently cleared goal ensures the platformer will make its way to Mac and Linux. More after the jump.
NES-style platformer Shovel Knight continues to roll out great news, with 8 days left to go for its successful Kickstarter campaign. It's well past the $75,000 goal now, and the latest announcement sees original Mega Man composer Manami Matsumae composing for the game! Read on for more.
In what's surely thanks in part to a solid showing at PAX East, indie NES-style platformer Shovel Knight has been fully funded over at Kickstarter with 12 days to go. Developed by Yacht Club Games, Shovel Knight is currently in development for PC, Wii U, and 3DS. Read on for more.
The folks at developer Yacht Club Games are cooking up what looks to be one of the most delightful modern NES-style games to date. Shovel Knight is a platformer that mixes the style of Mega Man, Castlevania, Ducktales and more to form its own potent brew, and the Kickstarter created to fund it is getting closer and closer to its donation goal. Video and more past the jump!