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Hello Engineer (Stadia)

Mr. Peterson is back! running off the success of the hit Hello Neighbor that released in 2018. Hello Engineer launched on Google Stadia on June 22nd as a timed exclusive for users. Keep in mind this is an early access releases so issues and bugs are expected. In Hello Neighbor we had to escape a creepy house full of puzzles, what's in store for us this time around? 

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Cris Tales Stadia Review

Coming from indie developer Dreams Uncorporated is the charming JRPG, Cris Tales. With a striking art style and exciting storyline, Cris Tales looks to breathe new life into the well-established JRPG genre. Not an easy feat to do, in a niche that so many people are passionate about, and one that has been the muse of many a dev before. Can this indie title carve a spot for itself in the esteemed world of timeless JRPGs, or will it be buried in the mountain of games that just didn't quite hit the mark? Let's dive in and take a look!

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Outright Games Brings 5 Titles to Google Stadia

Outright Games, long known for publishing outstanding games aimed at a younger audience, has released a number of their titles on Google Stadia, 4 previously available on other platforms and one that was brand new to everyone! While there is a strong emphasis on the Paw Patrol franchise with this game dump, they've also brought over some of their other, highly acclaimed titles.

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Mighty Pups Save Adventure Pay (Xbox & Stadia)

Paw Patrol is on a roll! Now that I have played both games I can't get the theme song out of my head. Adventure Bay once again needs our help, I will say this time around the game has improved in all aspects from the 2018 game. Although much shorter the game is still very enjoyable. The pups have 7 unique missions to complete with 7 separate mini games on the home screen. The mini games and other items are unlocked as you progress through the game. In the words of Zuma let's get ready to dive in.

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Button City Launch Trailer

Button City, a cute adventure game, is now available on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox system, Playstation systems, and PC. Check out the launch trailer and then come back here for some thoughts on the game. Button City is available now on all platforms! What is Button City? On Youtube its described this way: “Join Fennel the fox and his friends as they try to save their local arcade in Button City, a low poly narrative adventure. Explore a diorama world,…

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Razer Barracuda X Headset Review

Considering its manufacturer is best known for flashy, gamer-oriented accessories, Razer's Barracuda X headset is the last thing you might expect, stylistically. Do not be fooled by its modest appearance, however, as this is one headset that boasts serious multi-platform compatibility. The Barracuda X accepts both wired and wireless connections (through its own USB-C dongle) that is compatible with PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Android mobile devices. Very reminiscent of Razer's Opus line, the Barracuda offers a seamless comfort with little to no ...

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Overcooked! All You Can Eat – Birthday Party Free Update Available Now

Overcooked! All You Can Eat is getting a free Birthday Party update today! In fact, it should be available now. We have a trailer for the update and details below. Overcooked! All You Can is receiving a free update today. This special Birthday Party update celebrates the game’s fifth anniversary! According to a press release sent to us, the update will include: “Five new birthday themed levels, the new Tabby Cat chef, a recipe to make a cup of tea,…

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Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Kingdom Hearts is a mess of mixed genres, overlapping storylines and convoluted writing, and yet we still love it. Its cheesy optimism and tight gameplay – not to mention the much-loved cameos – makes it a must-play for anybody with a heart (sorry, Nobodies). Melody of Memory takes all of that and basically just dumps it in the bin, replacing the best of the franchise with a self-indulgent Theatrhythm clone. And that’s not to say it’s bad. There are things…

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More Thoughts From Me #279: Return of the Psychonauts

Psychonauts 2 is coming out this month. Let me repeat that in all caps: PSYCHONAUTS 2 IS COMING OUT THIS MONTH. Yes that was necessary. The Psychonauts are coming back and you should be excited. Let’s talk about Psychonauts 2. I never thought there would be a Psychonauts 2. I remember playing Psychonauts on the orignal Xbox and loving it. It was a super fun and really weird platformer. It was like Tim Burton decided to make a video game.…

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Halo Infinite Story Leaked – Here’s How to Avoid

Be warned: if you want to go in fresh with Halo Infinite this November, you’ll want to be very, very careful. Parts of the story have leaked and, as usual, trolls are trying to ruin it for the rest of us. Test flighting for the game’s multiplayer mode has been going on for the last few days. But developers accidentally included story points within the file. Of course, it didn’t take long for them to get out. Now people are…

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