Lumberjack’s Dynasty Cheats Feature Infinite Money, Unlimited Items, Max Social Points

Lumberjack's Dynasty Cheats

Toplitz Productions’ Lumberjack’s Dynasty is one of those indie-style games that managed to capture an audience because it decided to step outside the box and fuse together two unlikely genres together, much like Farmer’s Dynasty, where you have lumberjacking and slice-of-life simulation where you get married, have kids, and run a lumberjack business together. If you have a copy of the game and want to cheat your way to success, you can do so right now. Continue reading “Lumberjack’s Dynasty Cheats Feature Infinite Money, Unlimited Items, Max Social Points”

Gunner Heat Hopes To Revive Realistic Tank Sims For PC Gamers

Gunner Heat

GHPC Developers are currently working on a 3D tank simulator for PC called Gunner Heat. The game is a throwback to old-school tank sims that used to be prevalent back when war sims were all the rage, and it’s currently being funded by the community. Continue reading “Gunner Heat Hopes To Revive Realistic Tank Sims For PC Gamers”

Swordsman VR Attempts To Bring Realistic Sword Fighting To PC, PSVR This Summer

Swordsman VR

Canadian outfit Sinn Studio is currently working on a realistic sword-fighting game for virtual reality headsets known as Swordsman VR. They originally announced the game back at the start of May with a Reddit post in the Oculus sub-reddit, but recently they dropped the first official alpha gameplay trailer, featuring some of the in-game play you can expect to experience from the sword-fighting sim. Continue reading “Swordsman VR Attempts To Bring Realistic Sword Fighting To PC, PSVR This Summer”

Chernobylite Updated With Pripyat Location, DirectX 12 Support

Chernobylite

The Farm 51’s S.T.A.L.K.E.R-esque first-person shooter has steadily been making its way through Early Access ever since it entered into Steam’s developmental cycle back in October of 2019. The latest update for the game includes a familiar location to many fans of Russia’s danger zone… Pripyat. Continue reading “Chernobylite Updated With Pripyat Location, DirectX 12 Support”

Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls And Detroit: Become Human Heading To PC Via Steam On June 18th

David Cage and Quantic Dream are planning on bringing the once PlayStation exclusive titles Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human to PC via Steam on June 18th, 2020. This news comes after the trio of games were timed exclusives on the Epic Games Store for an entire year. Continue reading “Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls And Detroit: Become Human Heading To PC Via Steam On June 18th”

Monster Hunter: World Iceborne Mod Removes Junk Code And Vastly Improves Performance

Monster Hunter Iceborne

Modders have been given a herculean task this gen: to fix broken games released by AAA publishers. We expect indie games to release somewhat half-finished or with some rough spots around the edges, but typically paying premium price for an AAA title comes with expectations, such as optimization and stable performance. Well, PC gamers haven’t been treated to such a luxury when it comes to Capcom’s Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, and so it’s been left to modders to find a fix for the PC version of the game… and they have. Continue reading “Monster Hunter: World Iceborne Mod Removes Junk Code And Vastly Improves Performance”

Sony To Host The Last Of Us: Part 2 State Of Play On May 27th, 2020

Despite all of the noise and controversy surrounding Naughty Dog, Neil Druckmann — the company’s vice president and director over The Last of Us: Part 2 — will appear in a new State of Play episode to give folks a special gameplay preview of The Last of Us: Part 2 on May 27th. The PS4 exclusive will launch on June 19th, 2020. Continue reading “Sony To Host The Last Of Us: Part 2 State Of Play On May 27th, 2020”

I, Dracula: Genesis, Twin-Stick Rogue-Like Enters Early Access On Steam

I Dracula Genesis

Moregames spent the last half decade working on the game I, Dracula: Genesis, an isometric, 2.5D twin-stick rogue-like shooter. Now I know a lot of people are tired of the hideous 4-bit pixel rogue-likes that every California hipster or Seattle Communist has been pumping out over the last several years, but I implore you to at least give I, Dracula: Genesis a look-see because the sprite work and the dedication to the hand-crafted world is quite impressive. Continue reading “I, Dracula: Genesis, Twin-Stick Rogue-Like Enters Early Access On Steam”

Retrograde Arena, Physics-Based Twin-Stick Shooter Enters Early Access May 28th

Retrograde Arena

We have a ton of multiplayer games out there, but few of them really explore any kind of new territory or gameplay mechanics. Most are the same thing over and over again: Battle Royale, MOBA, or FPS. Occasionally we’ll get an RTS of sorts and maybe an arcade racer here or there. Taiwanese developer Freemergency Studio and publisher Another Indie hope to mix things up a bit with the game Retrograde Arena. Continue reading “Retrograde Arena, Physics-Based Twin-Stick Shooter Enters Early Access May 28th”

Tencent Now Owns 20% Stake In Marvelous

After the company hired Kojima Productions founding member Kenichiro Imaizumi and Halo 4 lead designer Scott Warner, Tencent is moving things along with its U.S. branch — based in Palo Alto, California — to court gamers in the West by churning out blockbuster games. As of now, No More Heroes 3 publisher has started a business alliance with Tencent. Continue reading “Tencent Now Owns 20% Stake In Marvelous”

Judge Rules Switch Joy-Con Drift Case Must Be Arbitrated

District Court Judge Gary Feinerman, on Thursday, May 21 rendered a ruling in the litigation brought against Nintendo over their consoles Joy-Con drift defect. Though the courts recognize the issue does exist, the Judge has ruled the issue must be arbitrated, not litigated. Continue reading “Judge Rules Switch Joy-Con Drift Case Must Be Arbitrated”

Most Screenwriters Hate Star Wars: The Last Jedi

At this point, there is no denying The Last Jedi is the cinematic equivalent of herpes. An unpleasant blight we’ve convinced ourselves is gone forever until it flairs up yet again. Fortunately, this time around the news is of a more pleasant variety. Coming from an interview conducted by Jeremy from Geeks and Gamers with Hollywood screenwriter Kamran Pasha. During the full interview several topics are discussed, but importantly he reveals most Hollywood screenwriters actually hate Ryan Johnson’s subversion of Disney’s profit expectations. Continue reading “Most Screenwriters Hate Star Wars: The Last Jedi”

Spine, Cross-Platform Cyberpunk PvP Game Announced

SPine

Russian developer Nekki announced that they have a brand new cross-platform PvP game in the works featuring gun-fu and a visually engaging cyberpunk atmosphere called Spine. Not much about the game has been revealed, but they did drop a new cinematic teaser trailer that absolutely feels like it has the potential to provide us with a true cyberpunk experience that isn’t steeped in Liberal degeneracy, unlike a certain other game. Continue reading “Spine, Cross-Platform Cyberpunk PvP Game Announced”

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