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Baffling Xbox First Party Shift is a Ridiculous Gambit

Xbox look set to release all of their games onto PlayStation and Nintendo consoles, and in the very near future. And despite a large amount of theorising, that’s about all we know. But that is bad enough. This is very much a breaking news story, and I held off writing anything in the hopes that Microsoft were sensible enough to put out an official statement overnight. But it hasn’t happened. A variety of leakers and insiders have confirmed separately that…

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2D Dark Fantasy Metroidvania Platformer- RIN: The Last Child

It’s the beginning of the year 2024, and we are already starting with some amazing Metroidvanias. It’s been a while since I’ve played a game that took inspiration from games like Ori and The Blind Forest and I am not complaining.  Developed and published by Space Fox Games, the developers have created a mythological fantasy exploration platformer, RIN: The Last Child. This game takes on an adventure to restore order in a mystical world and save the fate of her…

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Eastward Octopia DLC Available Now

Eastward’s new DLC, Octopia, is now available. Check out the launch trailer below along with our thoughts on the new DLC. The Eastward DLC, Octopia, is available now! In Eastward, the two main characters must fight and solve puzzles in order to survive the game’s story. The new DLC is totally different though. In Octopia, the two characters will move to a new town where they’ll farm, fish, tend animals, and restore the stores and homes of the town. The…

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The Case for a God of War Remake

I recently finished God of War (2018) and very much enjoyed it. I know this isn’t going to be news to most people, but it’s really rather good. And while I could easily write a couple of thousand words on what worked (and a quite a bit less on what didn’t), there’s one thing that I felt stood out more than anything: the original God of War needs a Final Fantasy 7-style remake. Sony is in their “pointlessly releasing old…

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The Spy Who Shot Me Impressions

“The Spy Who Shot Me” is a first-person shooter (FPS) game that combines classic spy action with a touch of humor. Developed by independent game developer and publisher Retro Army Limited, the game pays homage to the spy genre while adding its unique flair. In this game, I had to step into the shoes of a suave secret agent tasked with thwarting a global villain’s nefarious plans. The gameplay features a mix of espionage, gunfights, and gadgetry, offering a nostalgic…

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Sand Land Release Date Trailer

Sand Land is one of my most anticipated games of this year! And now we have a release date for it. Check out the trailer and my thoughts on it. Sand Land will be out on April 26, 2024. There will be a standard edition, a deluxe edition, and a collector’s edition available. The game is coming out on PS4, PS5, Xbox Series, and PC. I really love the game’s Dragon Quest like graphics. Its definitely an action game but…

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Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown Review

It has been a LONG time since we’ve seen a proper Prince of Persia game. Back in 2020 Ubisoft had announced a remake for The Sands of Time, that quite frankly looked REALLY bad. After seeing that, I thought the franchise was doomed and it was time to move on. Thankfully, that project is delayed indefinitely…. which is typically lingo for “We aren’t going to do that anymore”. So, when The Lost Crown was announced at Summer Game Fest 2023,…

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Is It Worth Buying a PC In 2024?

With 2024 rapidly approaching, we ask what seems like an easily answerable question. Is it worth getting a new PC in 2024? Well, yes, it is. Because that’s not the difficult part. The difficult part now is the choice of how you’re going to enter into the world of PC gaming. Will you go for a desktop or a laptop? Will you stream via GeForce Now? Hell, you could even buy any of a selection of handhelds that offer up…

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A Bullet-Hell Style BunnyVania that is so cute it hurts… Literally Review

If you know me then you know that I dislike the Bullet-hell genre. Yet, the last game I played that had Bullet-hell elements was The Knight Witch, and I fell in love with that game (which by the way, if you have not played yet, I highly recommend you do so). Fast-forward to today, I needed a game to scratch that itch of a Metroidvania and bullet-hell in one, and TEVI didn’t disappoint me. Developed by CreSpirit, who also created…

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2023: What a Year It’s Been

It’s that time of the year where I start thinking about Christmas guides. And man, 2023 has been something special. We look back at 1998 and 2004 and we remember them as years where gaming evolved. Title after title that defined a generation – and an entire industry. And, you know, I think 2023 may just end up being one of them. Granted, it’s hard to tell. One of the important things about those two years is longevity. Metal Gear…

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