Crawl delayed from planned July 17th release, puns about time crawling until the game actually releases declared “inevitable”

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By William Chandler

Looks like you’ll have to wait a while longer to piss off and subsequently lose all of your friends. Crawl, the cleverly named cooperatively competitive dungeon crawler with an extreme focus on fucking over everyone who ever cared about you, has been delayed from its planned release next week due to “tax issues”, according to a post on the game’s official site. No new release date has been set. Hopefully the massively entertaining GIF (see above) that the developers made will serve as some sort of consolation prize.

For those that don’t know, Crawl is a unique multiplayer dungeon crawler supporting up to four players. The trick is that one player attempts to successfully navigate the hazards and defeat the enemies of the dungeon floor by floor as a human while the other three inhabit those very same obstacles in an attempt to kill the human player. Whichever player lands the killing blow on the human then takes his place and the cycle begins again. Frankly, if that doesn’t sound like some dope as fuck cathartic fun then I don’t know what to tell you. Perhaps you should consider reevaluating exactly who you are.

Watch this Transistor trailer entirely for the soundtrack

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By William Chandler

This launch trailer for Transistor is pretty sick. It really showcases the art style nicely. But, most importantly, you get to hear the narrator from Bastion and a jammin’ tune from the soundtrack by Darren Korb, so you should watch it for those things.

Transistor is the sophomore effort from Greg Kasavin helmed Supergiant Games, best known for their hit debut Bastion. But, honestly, if you don’t know what Transistor is by now, you should consider reevaluating your priorities.

The game launches on May 20th.