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Gunslingers & Zombies Review

What happens when you mix up the wild west and zombies? Red Dead Undead Nightmare! Well, no, umm what happens when you mix up the wild west, zombies and XCOM? Gunslingers & Zombies. A game formally available on Steam has now made its way to the Nintendo Switch, but is it worth your time? Or should it have been left in the graveyard? Gunslingers & Zombies is an action-adventure strategy game hilariously mixing two beloved pop-culture themes: the Wild ...

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PGA Tour 2K23 Course Designer Upgrades Unveiled

Today 2K released their third installment of the clubhouse, providing us more news as we get closer and closer to launch. This time it’s all about embracing the community and course designing. Course Designer received the following upgrades in 2K23: Interface has been overhauled to provide smoother access to all design tools. New cursor selection offers easier access to objects on the course. New spline tool streamlines the process of creating walls and ...

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Skull and Bones delayed again by Ubisoft

For the fifth time in it’s development cycle, Skull and Bones has yet again been delayed by Ubisoft. The game is now posed to launch on March 9th, 2023 on Xbox Series, Playstation 5 and PC. An Open Beta will be held ahead of the game’s worldwide launch to ensure players get a firsthand look at the dangerous world of Skull and Bones. Players will have the opportunity to discover the game’s unique take on the piracy fantasy, its gritty…

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Microsoft Releases The Elite 2 Core Controller

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white and the Complete Component Pack are available today in select Xbox markets worldwide for $129.99 USD MSRP and $59.99 USD MSRP, respectively. The Core differs from the original Elite with a stripped-down version with a lower price tag but still delivers the quality build, battery life, and customization as the original just without the extra paddles, D-pads and thumb sticks. If you decided you do want ...

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Tinykin Review

So, Nintendo may have finally announced and given me a timeframe for Pikmin 4 after many, MANY long years. But in the meantime, something to help quench that thirst came along my way called Tinykin. Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a fan of the quirky games and some of my favorites of all time include Pikmin and Chibi-Robo (from the GameCube Era). Tinykin is heavily inspired by both of these games, and I couldn’t be happier with…

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More details on the roster for PGA Tour 2K23

Since the game was announced 2K has been a little tight lipped about the roster for it. Much like WWE 2K games folks have been wondering who would be featured, as wrestlers are signed and released pretty frequently you are always going to have some folks who just left, etc. But in the world of Golf, there has been a lot of drama around the LIV Golf Tour taking players from the PGA for big bucks. So it was natural…

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New Gameplay Commentary Trailer for Upcoming Open-World Adventure Tchia

Tchia was first unveiled back in 2021 and was originally planned for 2022 but as things go nowadays it’s pushed to spring of next year. In Tchia you play as Tchia on her own journey to rescue her father from the cruel tyrant, Meavora. The game gives off strong Wind Waker vibes visually, and has alot of mechanics that should seem familiar to fans of The Legend of Zelda series. You can climb and glide like Breath of the Wild,…

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Two Point Campus feat

Two Point Campus hits one million players in just two weeks!

Two Point Studios announces today that their latest release of Two Point Campus has already hit a big landmark, over one million players since the game launched two weeks ago! This was achieved faster than it’s previous beloved game Two Point Hospital was able to do so. For those unfamiliar with the game, Two Point Campus is a university management sim game, full of charm, humor and strategy. The game takes inspiration from the simulation game boom of ...

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The Last of Us Part One Review

It’s been 9 years since I first experienced The Last of Us, which I originally played on PS3. The game for me unraveled a story like no other I had ever experienced in my 30+ years of gaming. It brought me moments of excitement, hope, fear and even sadness. I will say right now, and I’m not too proud to, this was the first video game that as a father…. made me cry. Ever since completing it back in 2013…

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Aquadine Review

So, first off let me say, coming into this review I knew absolutely nothing about Aquadine. I never heard from it, wasn’t on my radar or anything. Let’s check out the official description: After his mother was hospitalized for an unknown disease, Robin Liyun works as a part-time gondolier to make ends meet, but under an alias named Ciel. As he finishes giving tours one night, a mysterious voice lures him to discover a beautiful mermaid. She dives ...

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