Hey! Listen! Charlie Murder Soundtrack for the Punkocalypse

One of the most impressive and unifying features of Ska Studios’ games is the wicked soundtrack that James and Michelle Silva always put together on top of doing all of the game design and development. Charlie Murder has you playing as a punk band so it’s soundtrack particularly stands out and melts faces. Fans will… Continue reading

Charlie Murder Thickens as Ska Studios Reports In

Just in case you were worried about Charlie Murder, Ska Studios has just checked in with an overview video and let’s just say the game is a bit more ambitious than the sneak peek we got back at PAX ’11. Chuck (can I call you Chuck?) and his crew have evolved into a “BrawlPG” complete… Continue reading

Charlie Murder Trailer Promises Murderous Fun

While wondering the massive floor maze at Pax Prime ’11, one of my favorite surprises was stumbling across a little booth tucked away in the corner, showcasing a game that I didn’t even know was in the works. Ska Studios, famous for their ultra-violent beat ’em up series The Dishwasher, change things up and goes… Continue reading

24HCGC Video Highlights Part 1: The Story and The Sponsors

Each day this week, I will be revisiting A Call to Gamers 1st 24 Hour Charity Gaming Challenge (24HCGC) for Child’s Play through our video highlights currently available on our Twitch.tv channel. We started a 24 hour video game marathon for Child’s Play on the night of October 14th, and livestreamed as much of the action… Continue reading

The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile Reflex Review with Video Preview

With 4 hours remaining in the A Call To Gamers 24 Hour Charity Gaming Challenge, my final challenge was to play through Ska Studios‘ latest title, The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, from start to finish. I knew that it was possible to make it through one of the story modes in under 4 hours, but I had… Continue reading

Ska Studios Answers A Call to Gamers, Playing ZP2KX Live at 9pm EST

There was a time when Xbox Live Arcade lacked an identity. Sure, there were a few good games out there, but there failed to be any great reason to take time away from larger games to play mediocre downloadable titles. Then, things changed and Microsoft starting taking the service seriously by finding incredible upcoming talent…. Continue reading