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Crypto Will Be Added to "Apex Legends" In Season Three

Crypto Will Be Added to “Apex Legends” In Season Three

Respawn Entertainment have released a new video and details for Apex Legends when Season Three rolls around, including a full reveal of Crypto. The hacker character has been teased for a couple of months every since Season Two started up over the summer. Now we know he will be added to the game come October. […]

“Luigi’s Mansion 3” Will Include Paid Multiplayer DLC

Those of you hoping that Luigi’s Mansion 3 will have all the content in one game, think again, as the game will be getting paid DLC. Game Informer is reporting that Nintendo will be releasing a multiplayer DLC for both the ScareScraper and ScreamPark modes in the game. You’ll still get those modes with some games, […]

Epic Games Reportedly Forked Over Nearly $10m For "Control"

Epic Games Reportedly Forked Over Nearly $10m For “Control”

If you want to know just how seriously Epic Games is taking the fight for PC distribution dominance, you need look no further than how much they paid for Control. The company got the official exclusivity for a year from 505 Games for the title, as Steam won’t be getting it until August 2020. But […]

"Gaslands: Refueled" to be Released Soon!

Hobby: Journey of a “Gaslands” Newcomer

“Gaslands: Refueled”, a new edition of the “Gaslands” game by Osprey Games, has come out and with it, a new batch of miniature wargame players have arisen from the woodwork. I am looking to join their ranks within the hobby, and wish to play the game to that end. Gaslands takes place on an alternate-futuristic […]

Epic Games Turns “Fortnite” Island Into Gotham For Batman Event

Epic Games has rolled out a new special event for Fortnite this week as Tilted Towers has been turned into Gotham City to celebrate Batman’s 80s anniversary. Along with new costumes and some Batman-themed weapons, the developers have changed part of the map into his hometown for you to do battle in. You can read […]

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Entire “Throne of Eldraine” Set Spoiled! – “Magic: The Gathering”

…And there was much rejoicing. Throne of Eldraine, Magic: The Gathering‘s 82nd expansion set, has been fully revealed at long last, and with it, its tokens and a release notes document. In the document (featured in full here), as always, are notes on rulings that have come up in Magic R&D’s development sessions for the […]

[REVIEW] "Gang Beasts" is Zany Party Madness

[REVIEW] “Gang Beasts” is Zany Party Madness

Gang Beasts is a multiplayer party game where players control gelatinous characters and take part in slaptstick fight sequences. It’s a party game meant to be taken lightly, which is great, except that the player base is so small it makes the online matchmaking pointless. The concept and execution are relatively solid, however, unless you […]

"Killing Floor: Double Feature"

“Killing Floor: Double Feature” Doesn’t Evolve Much, but That’s Okay

Tripwire Interactive and publisher Deep Silver released the Killing Floor: Double Feature eariler this year to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the franchise. The Double Feature includes both Killing Floor 2 and Killling Floor: Incursion which is a VR spin-off of the franchise. Both games stick to the basic formula of having players brutally murder a bunch of […]

"We. The Revolution" is a Great Concept with Poor Execution

“We. The Revolution” is a Great Concept with Decent Execution

Klabater and Polyslash’s We. The Revolution is a unique in both gameplay concept and art-style, as it puts players in control of a Tribunal Judge during the French Revolution. Players will need to pass sentences, play the politics, and do everything in their power not to be the next one brought to the guillotine. The game […]

"My Time at Portia" Review

“My Time at Portia” is a Charming Crafting Game

Team 17’s My Time at Portia is a cute, relaxing crafting game where players restore the neglected family workshop and fulfill commissions, grow crops, raise animals, and befriend the inhabitants of the post-apocalyptic town called Portia. Players need to gather, mine, and craft their way to being the top workshop in town, and they may just […]

"PUBG Mobile Lite" Adds A New Content Update

“PUBG Mobile Lite” Adds A New 14.1 Content Update

Tencent Games and PUBG Corp. have added a new update to PUBG Mobile Lite this week, as 0.14.1 will add in some new features and season content. We have the full details of what’s been included for you below, but basically you’re getting new vehicles, a title system, an awesome arcade mode, new speedier vehicles, […]

"The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II"

“The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II” is a Straightforward Port

Going into The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II, I’d never played the original game. So my background information on the title was limited to the official game description and what I could piece together from the opening sequence of the game’s story. Which is probably not the best way to pick up a […]

[REVIEW] “Divinity: Original Sin II” Definitive Edition is Almost Perfect

Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin II – Definitive Edition for the Nintendo Switch is quite possibly a perfect game. Which shouldn’t be a surprise, because Divinity: Original Sin II was pretty damn perfect when it released back in 2017 for PC. It’s a modern RPG designed to look and feel reminiscent of classic RPGs like Baldur’s Gate or Planescape: […]


Get Ready to Party with Satan in "Afterparty" Next Month

Get Ready to Party with Satan in “Afterparty” Next Month

Night School Studio’s latest game, Afterparty, will release on October 29, 2019. Just in time for Halloween. Which is the perfect release window for a game about partying it up in the afterlife with the king of hell. The game will retail at $19.99 USD, though Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get access to the game […]

"RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore" is an Exercise in Patience

“RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore” is an Exercise in Patience

RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore is the kind of anime game that has a very specific fanbase in mind. And I am not that fanbase. So this was a bit of a mis-match between game and reviewer, but I’ll try to do my best regardless. The game is a hack-and-slash rogue-like adventure […]

[REVIEW] Spike Chunsoft's "Crystar" is More Fun than it Sounds

[REVIEW] Spike Chunsoft’s “Crystar” is More Fun than it Sounds

Crystar is a game about a young girl who travels to purgatory and purifies the torments of restless souls by crying about it. The game even has a “cry to gain more power” mechanic. The game is described by Spike Chunsoft and developer FuRyu as “driven by catharsis,” which is why Rei gains strength from […]

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Review: SEGA Genesis Mini & Tower Accessories

One of the coolest items we’ve probably received all year came to us this month from SEGA as they sent us a SEGA Genesis Mini to review. Back in the day, when it came to most video games you were one of two kids: a Nintendo kid or a SEGA kid. I was a Nintendo […]

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“Indivisible” Anime Opening By Studio Trigger Launches On YouTube

505 Games has released Indivisible‘s entire opening theme on YouTube ahead of the game’s October 8th launch. The opening was animated by Studio Trigger and Titmouse Inc. with the music provided by Indivisible‘s composer, Hiroki Kikuta. Studio Trigger’s Yoh Yoshinari, who created and directed the anime Little Witch Academia, directed Indivisible’s opening sequence. Yoshinari also assisted […]

Review: “Dungeons & Dragons” Descent Into Avernus Dice

This week, Dungeons & Dragons released their latest adventure, Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus. We’ll be talking about the adventure later, but first, we got dice! Every so often, Wizards of the Coast will put together a special version of the needed dice to play a regular D&D game together. The last set we reviewed […]