Cuphead

Down the game soundtrack rabbit hole

One of the advantages of working from home – due to one thing and another – has been listening to more music than I have done probably since I was a student. Without the Melody Maker to guide me, I’ve had to turn to new sources of inspiration,...

Cuphead launches on Switch today – we’ll drink to that

The Switch continues to prove that it’s the little system that could, placing an extremely competent conversion of Cuphead in the hands of run ‘n gun fans. Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry was left entirely smitten. “Cuphead delivers a locked 60 frames per second on both docked and mobile Switch...

Pugilistic platformer Cuphead arrives on Switch next month

Microsoft’s love affair with Nintendo continues to blossom, with news that Cuphead launches on Switch 18th April. The UK price has been revealed as £16.99, and it’s available to pre-order now. “It’s no secret that Cuphead is a direct descendent of retro action games like Contra on the...

Cuphead – Review

The Devil’s casino sounds like a place only the naïve or incredibly foolish would stroll into. Cuphead and his porcelain pal Mug Man don’t come across as either, so we can only assume on the day they played dice with the Devil they were filled to the brim...
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E3: Our six top picks

The doors have closed on another E3. Microsoft proved that they’re committed to turning the Xbox One’s fortunes around; Sony provided a typically strong showing; Nintendo’s belief that it’ll be great games that’ll eventually get the Wii U into more homes was clear to all. Matt, Adam and...

E3: Microsoft – all about the games

Towards the end of their Xbox E3 conference, Microsoft posted a one-word tweet on Twitter. That word? ‘Games’. Games. #XboxE3 http://t.co/j8j7YtYd8j pic.twitter.com/Zs0qoCOlME — Xbox (@Xbox) June 9, 2014 Simple yet effective, it summed up their conference perfectly. No talk about streaming TV shows or watching American sports live...