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by Julia Schoebel [ Tuesday, 27th of October 2020 - 05:00 PM ]
Spirit Of The North is heading to the next generation with the announcement of the Spirit Of The North: Enhanced Edition The PS5 will have its full version of Spirit Of The North after the console launch, and we are not talking about it in the way of an update from the PS4 as many of the other games will be getting. This will not just be an update that will make the game run on the new system but an edition that will upgrade all of the visuals and the ability to see the game run in glorious 60 fps. Not something that we have ever seen for this one and it makes me excited to see the Spirit Of The North: Enhanced Edition drop on November 26th digitally and then a physical edition of the game on December 4th. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Monday, 27th of July 2020 - 07:00 PM ]
The reveal for Hello Neighbor 2 has happened and we have a look at a bit on how this will evolve the Hello Neighbor IP along the way The headline here, more or less, say it all as Hello Neighbor 2 has been revealed to be a thing and coming to us in 2021. Some may be a fan of this and others not so much, but it is a new title for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC that we will get to experience out there. All while seeing how it will use everything from Hello Neighbor and expand upon it here for this sequel. Something that does not always go so well, but from the looks of things here, it could be taking us to some new level of horror. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Monday, 13th of July 2020 - 05:00 PM ]
Needing to give yourself a break from Netflix and Games for a minute? Try reading The Witcher comics. Toss a Comic to your Witcher! Looking for a Witcher fix while waiting for the second season to drop? Fans may need to hit the snooze button on this comic series, written by Paul Tobin and art by Joe Querio, Piotr Kowalski, and Max Bertolini. This five-run comic series was originally released in 2014, “Starting with House of Glass.” Honestly, we should be expecting more from this Eisner winning author who clearly phoned this one in. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Wednesday, 1st of July 2020 - 07:00 PM ]
New gameplay is here for Creaks for those looking to have a new puzzle game with a nice hand-painted feel with all of the Creaks we could imagine There is a trend going on right now with the announcement of independent titles now, and we have a new look at another from Amanita Design by the way of Creaks. This is one that has seemed to fly under the radar for many out there but it has been highlighted as of late to get more eyes on the game. Maybe it is because it is an indie title or maybe it is because this is the first time we have some new gameplay to look at for it. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Tuesday, 31st of March 2020 - 05:00 PM ]
Needing to give yourself a break from Netflix and Games for a minute? Try reading the Injustice: Gods Among Us comics The Injustice series was written by Tom Taylor and Brian Buccellato, and illustrated by a number of artists, including Jheremy Raapack, Mike S. Miller, Bruno Redondo, and Tom Derenick just to name a few. Though, most comics based on video games tend to be shameless sell-outs for cash, Injustice: Gods Among Us is well written and illustrated. It has defiantly been binge-worthy, there are plenty of issues to read as well. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Monday, 10th of February 2020 - 06:00 PM ]
The early access for Darksburg is about to kick off and we have a new look at Darksburg to get you ready to face the hordes in this co-op game It is shaping up to be a zombie survival month in February, as we have another title in the mix with Darksburg hitting Early Access over on the PC via Steam. In fact, it is hitting the Early Access on the 12th here for those interested to give this co-op survival-action title a go. Well, at least, part of it as it looks like there will be the usual partial version of the game we are going to have as it is an Early Access. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Friday, 10th of January 2020 - 06:00 PM ]
Two more characters have a spotlight for Trials Of Mana as we wait for the final release of Trials Of Mana this coming April Say hello to two more characters for Trials Of Mana just before the April 24th release date of the game. Okay, maybe not right before, but there are two more characters we will get to know in the game and Square Enix has offered up this fun little trailer to look at for the game before we play on the PS4 and Switch. Even if this does not look like it will be a game for all, it is worth taking note and getting the information out there so that we might be able to get other titles in the mix of it all. You might even get your interest piqued for Trials Of Mana based on all of this too. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Tuesday, 19th of November 2019 - 10:00 PM ]
We sit down and review Superliminal. A game to focuses on forced perspective for puzzles. Here is our review of Superliminal It has been some time since we had a good puzzle game out there to play now it is time for Superliminal to take a shot at giving us all something we have been longing for. For those that may not have been following along, this would be the latest game from Pillow Castle Games that aims to use forced perspective to drive the puzzles and paths in the game. Something that sounds like it would be rough to simulate in video game form, but Superliminal is up to the task. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Thursday, 7th of November 2019 - 08:00 PM ]
The release date for Superliminal is set down and this puzzler will soon be teaching us why it is called Superliminal The market for good puzzle games has felt a little dry as of late, which is why I am glad to see that Superliminal is on its way and launching at us on November 12th for the PC. I know this is going to leave some of you gamers out given how you like to play, but if you want to see more from Pillow Castle Games then you will have to get behind this one. I mean, if enough gamers out there on the PC get behind Superliminal there is the chance it can make it to other platforms. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Thursday, 31st of October 2019 - 07:00 PM ]
Gameplay for the upcoming title Transient is here to give us more of the feel of Lovecraft meeting Cyberpunk that Transient touted long ago It feels about right that we would wait until Halloween to finally get some gameplay for Transient as that is what we have had to do now. It is also what we have here as Iceberg Interactive has released the first real look at the gameplay for the game for us all to take in and experience. For those not familiar with Transient, it has been touted to be a Cyberpunk meets Lovecraft style game that is all the rage as of late that is slated to release on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2020. Your guess is as good as mine as to when it will officially launch, but it would be a great call to launch it around Halloween of next year if it was up to me. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Friday, 9th of August 2019 - 05:00 PM ]
The launch trailer for No Man’s Sky’s Beyond update is here to give us a better look at everything coming to No Man’s Sky next week The teasing is mostly over for No Man’s Sky’s next big update. We have a new bit of gameplay to look at for it all as we are now only days away from getting to add everything in that Hello Games has worked on. Just a bit more of a showing to how we gamers should always let the developer take their time to do what is right for the game while in that phase. If all of the loudmouths would have just been quiet, No Man’s Sky would have launched at the same place we are just now getting to. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Friday, 2nd of August 2019 - 05:00 PM ]
The next update for No Man’s Sky has a release date set down and it looks like a whole lot more will be added to No Man’s Sky in a few weeks Good news for those still sticking with No Man’s Sky. The next update, Beyond, now has a date laid down for us on when to expect it. If you have been looking forward to what this update will be bringing to the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions of the game, Hello Games has just announced that you will get this update on August 14th now. Not too long of a wait for No Man’s Sky to take the few extra steps to become the game we have been waiting for it to be. If only the community never forced their hands to put out the worst version of the game in the first place… This new update for No Man’s Sky will be bringing with it new social multiplayer options and features for us to experience. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Monday, 8th of July 2019 - 05:00 PM ]
The Batman: Arkham Collection is re-releasing in a physical form to bring the Batman series to even more gamers across the world Just in time to celebrate 80 years of Batman out there, we are getting Batman: Arkham Collection released yet again. This time in a physical form with a steelbook and with all of the upgrades and fixes that Rocksteady Games put out there when it launched digitally on the PS4 and Xbox One not that long ago. That is right, this is not the first time we all have heard of the Batman: Arkham Collection and now we will have a new option on how to buy it. At least if you are living in the EU region in September or know someone well enough to pick one up and ship it to you. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Friday, 31st of May 2019 - 07:00 PM ]
A new thriller title, Transient, is teased out there where Transient will mix together themes from the Cyberpunk and Lovecraft genres Add one more tease for us all as Transient is the latest game to do just that with very little to work with. Given that Iceberg Interactive has placed it out there and will be launching in 2020 for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One, I guess it makes some kind of sense to just tease us. Although, when you drop things like Transient will be a mixture of the Cyberpunk and Lovecraft genres from Stormling Studios, it feels like we deserve more for it all. That could just be me and wanting more than the short little video we have announcing all of this. Read More...
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by Julia Schoebel [ Wednesday, 1st of May 2019 - 07:00 PM ]
A free update for Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid is here to add a story mode to it written by the minds behind the original Power Rangers show If you were looking for and hoping for more to do in Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid, you should now look to the latest update to drop on the PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. As it turns out, nWay Games has placed out a new update that will bring along a new story mode to the game and a few other little bonuses too. Just as updates should always do, but it is a bit weird to see that we are getting the story mode now instead of right at the launch not so long ago. Read More...
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