It is no longer news that the Summer Game Fest announcement season goes far beyond Geoff Keighley’s presentation, which divided opinions. However, this year’s edition brought a broadcast entirely focused on games produced in Latin America — with an expressive and unprecedented participation of Brazilian studios!

We are talking about Latin American Games Showcasewhich took place this past Saturday, the 8th. The exhibition brought to light more than seventy Latin titles, more than twenty of them are national. It was a glimpse of how competent and diverse our developers are, even in such precarious conditions, and that they have a lot to benefit from the sanction of the Games Legal Framework.

O Voxel felt the duty to reflect the best Brazilian games from the Summer Game Fest and you can check out the curation, with great care, in the following lines.

Naughty Geese

Statera Studio, responsible for the fighting game Pocket Braverytook the opportunity to announce Naughty Geesea 2D platform game with nostalgic aesthetics, very inspired by names like Donkey Kong Country, Flicky e Yoshi’s Island.

The protagonist, a biker goose named Milo, has to rescue his mischievous cubs, who have unique abilities, and investigate what is happening in the increasingly less green land of Gooseland. The launch takes place in 2025 for PC and consoles.


The very talented Tiani Pixel and Fernanda Dias, from Studio Pixel Punk (Unsighted), are engaged in the production of ABYSS X ZERO. With stylized polygonal visuals, the game is described as a metroidvania 3D in which players control two heroines destined to face each other.

The promise is that the title will have dungeons meticulously constructed and an immense variety of weapons to be used. The game remains without a release date, but visitors to the Festival Jogatório 2024which takes place from July 6th to 7th, at Sesc May 24th, you will have the opportunity to experience it first hand. Entry is free.


Deathboundfrom Trialforge Studio, is a soulslike with a different premise: the player collects identities, memories and skills from fallen warriors and freely switches between them in combat, as if they were a team of characters.

Among the playable classes are not only the more traditional ones such as warriors and wizards, but also a capoeirista. The player can build his style with a talent tree and create synergistic compositions to extract the team’s potential. The launch takes place in 2024 for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series.


Inspired by classics like Chrono Trigger and the series Mario & Luigi, Keylocker is a turn-based RPG that shines in its combat system, focused on rhythm game mechanics. This also has everything to do with its story, set in a cyberpunk world where music is considered a crime.

Players can choose a rebel class, each with their own talent tree and narrative, and interact in different ways with the environments to discover secrets and rewards. The title arrives this third quarter for PC and consoles.

Extinction Rifts

Enthusiasts of boomer shooters are also represented with Extinction Rifts. The first-person shooter is inspired by classics in the genre and attracts attention with its fast pace, taking advantage of a combo count that is displayed on the protagonist’s left hand.

In this way, the player can accumulate power in his gauntlet the more he kills enemies, releasing devastating power by discharging all his energy. The game is produced by QUByte Interactive and is coming soon to PC.

Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age

Produced by Maximum Entertainment, Diesel Legacy: The Brazen Age is a 2D fighting game with stylized visuals and duo battles. The clashes take place on three tracks, through which players can move freely — reminiscent of the Fatal Fury classics, from SNK.

According to the developer, this is an original take on the traditional fighting game formula, with new layers of strategy and cooperation. It also promises support for a patented rollback netcode and cross-play. The game arrives in 2024 for PC, PS5, Xbox Series and Nintendo Switch.

Pipistrello and the Cursed Yoyo

A Pocket Trap, by Dodgeball Academiais working on a 2D adventure game, inspired by the Game Boy Advance aesthetic, called Pipistrello and the Cursed Yoyo.

The player needs to explore urban scenarios, solve puzzles and defeat crime lords with their Yo-Yo moves. The launch is scheduled for 2024 on PC, via Steam and Epic Games Store.

Atomic Picnic

BitCake Studio announced Atomic Picnic, a third-person cooperative action game with roguelite mechanics. The idea is to bring friends together to eliminate monsters, collect loot and apply improvements to your weapons and skills.

Currently, interested players can participate in a free trial on the Steam platform. A release date for the full version is still a mystery.

Mark of the Deep

Mark of the Deep is the new release from Mad Mimic, responsible for Dandy Ace e No Heroes Here. Scheduled for 2024, the game is a pirate-themed adventure with a focus on narrative.

The premise, according to the developers, is to mix elements of metroidvania with soulslike. You can try a demo version on Steam, but for a limited time.

The Cabbage Effect

With cartoon-pop visuals that instigate curiosity, The Cabbage Effect is a new isometric-view, arcade-rhythm shooter from studio Ninja Garage.

Enjoy an absurd variety of weapons and use unlockable characters, all while exploring an experimental narrative in a post-apocalyptic world, with procedurally generated scenarios. The game does not yet have a release date.

It’s worth remembering that these are just some of the Brazilian games that were highlighted at the Summer Game Fest. What did you think of the list? Don’t forget to comment and see the full story.


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