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Steamworld Heist 2 – Story Deep Dive Trailer

The first Steamworld Heist was excellent. The upcoming second one looks even better! Check out the story deep dive trailer below and along with our thoughts on it. Steamworld Heist 2 will release on August 8th, 2024 for all the Playstation and Xbox systems, plus Nintendo Switch an PC. The first game was focused on outer space and this one is focused on the sea. This time you have a submarine and at first its more like a boat but…

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Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord Coming to Consoles in May

Digital Eclipse is one of the best developers currently. What makes them one of the best is how they have been bringing back older games in the form of awesome collections like The Cowabunga Collection and Atari 50. And now they are bringing back Wizardry with all new graphics and upgrades! Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord will be coming to Playstation, Xbox, and Switch on May 23rd. The game will also be on PC that day too. It…

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Is Lara Croft Really The Most Iconic Game Character?

Lara Croft has been named the most iconic video game character of all time by the BAFTA Games Awards and my first thought was “what?” I mean, it makes sense. As someone who remembers the magazine covers, the cardboard cut-outs and the rave reviews from balding middle-aged non-gamer dads, I get it. She was the first character I remember truly transcending the medium. Mario and Sonic (mostly Sonic) might be more obvious. But they didn’t have a quarter of the…

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Bring Back Gravity Rush

As Sony’s concerns over profit margins were discussed and rediscussed the web over, there was one mantra that it was hard to escape from. That mantra was BRING BACK GRAVITY RUSH. I’m with you, Kat fans. That series was the perfect combination of cute and clever. It was like nothing else, and that’s a real shame. There should be more games like it. But there aren’t. Why? Because they’re not as wildly successful as, say, Spider-Man. You can take a…

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Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster – Available Now

Star Wars: Dark Forces has a remaster is available now. We have a launch trailer for the game below along with our thoughts on the remaster. Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster is available now on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, Playstation, and PC. The features enhanced graphics, a new playable level, and behind the scenes content in the Vault. The new graphics look really nice. Its a pretty big upgrade! Not only that but offering behind the scenes content and an extra…

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PlayStation VR2: A Year of Growth and More to Come

PlayStation VR2 launched a year ago, bringing a wave of immersive experiences to gamers. With over 40 games at launch, including innovative titles like Horizon Call of the Mountain and Pavlov, and PS VR2-compatible favorites like Gran Turismo 7 and Resident Evil Village, it quickly established itself as a powerful platform for virtual reality adventures. The past year hasn’t been stagnant either. New releases like Synapse, Red Matter, and Resident Evil 4 VR Mode offered intense first-person thrills, while puzzlers…

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The State of Play Was An Exciting Look At 2025

I went into last night’s State of Play excited to see what I might be playing on my PlayStation in 2024. And on that front I was disappointed. But man, 2025 can’t come fast enough. Don’t get me wrong, 2024 is going to be an awesome year. We’re in the actual month that the actual Final Fantasy VII Rebirth releases, and that’s the most exciting gaming thing in years. It looks like Metal Gear Solid 3: Delta will be out…

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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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More Thoughts From Me: The Time of Remakes

I’ve been playing Resident Evil 2 remake on gamepass and its for the first time. I’m enjoying it but it did lead me to a thought. I thought to myself, “Self, there are a lot of remakes happening right now.” Sure there always are but right now seems like a big time for them. Let’s talk about why and how thats a good and a bad thing. That zombie was trying to eat my face off, he deserved that shotgun…

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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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