Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Race-Swaps Deadshot And Turns Him Black

Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League

Rocksteady Studios decided to race-swap Deadshot in the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League game, which was recently announced for a 2022 release on PC, PS5, and the Xbox Series X. Continue reading “Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Race-Swaps Deadshot And Turns Him Black”

Black Myth: Wukong, Vindictus-Style Next-Gen Hack-And-Slash Announced

Black Myth Wukong

Chinese outfit Game Science Studios announced that they’re working on a next-gen hack-and-slash action game for PC and possibly home consoles called Black Myth: Wukong. It’s probably the only AAA-looking game to be announced in recent times, which is sad given that Westerns have been so inundated with diversity hires that none of them can make a game that looks better than a late-gen PS3 if their lives depended on it. Continue reading “Black Myth: Wukong, Vindictus-Style Next-Gen Hack-And-Slash Announced”

Genshin Impact PC Release Date Set For September 28th

Genshin Impact

The miHoYo Team announced that the open-air adventure game mirrored after Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, called Genshin Impact, will be arriving on PC, Android and iOS starting September 28th, 2020 at the end of next month. Continue reading “Genshin Impact PC Release Date Set For September 28th”

Prince Of Persia: The Dagger Of Time Is A Multiplayer VR Escape Room Game

Prince of Persia Dagger of Time

Ubisoft is bringing back the Prince of Persia franchise, but not in the way you think. The newest entry in the long-running series is no longer going to be an action-adventure, third-person platformer with dynamic combat and an exotic story. No. Instead, Ubisoft is reviving the franchise with as a multiplayer VR escape room experience for VR arcades. Continue reading “Prince Of Persia: The Dagger Of Time Is A Multiplayer VR Escape Room Game”

Total Overdose Retro Review: Irreverent Machismo That Puts Fun At The Forefront

Title: Total Overdose: A Gunslinger’s Tale In Mexico
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Platform(s): OG Xbox, PS2, PC
Developer: Deadline Games
Publisher: SCi Games
Release Date: September 16th, 2005

Deadline Games and SCi Games’ 2005 third-person shooter, Total Overdose: A Gunslinger’s Tale In Mexico is one of those hidden gems from sixth gen that came out during a time where anything third-person or open-world related was likely overshadowed by all the other GTA-style clones that flooded consoles during that time. However, despite its simplistic nature, dated graphics, and unrefined execution of some fun-filled concepts, Total Overdose was definitely a game of its era and well worth a playthrough if you’re looking for a machismo-filled shooter that puts fun at the forefront of the experience. Continue reading “Total Overdose Retro Review: Irreverent Machismo That Puts Fun At The Forefront”

Fight’N Rage Review: What Streets Of Rage 4 Should Have Been

Title: Fight’N Rage
Genre: Beat’em-up
Players: 1 – 3
Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC (Reviewed)
Developer: SebaGamesDev, BlitWorks
Release Date: September 19th, 2017

I like some of what LizardCube, Guard Crush and DotEmu did with Streets of Rage 4. The art is mostly well done, and the basic fighting system can be generally enjoyable, with some decent’ish stages. But my biggest gripe with the game is that outside of the Streets of Rage 3 characters, none of the other default characters have the basic means to get out of the way, properly parry, or dodge attacks – with the exception of Cherry being able to run and Adam being able to do a light hop left or right. This creates quite the conundrum on the harder difficulty settings where you just can’t get out of the way in time or you have no way of defending yourself against incoming attacks. Continue reading “Fight’N Rage Review: What Streets Of Rage 4 Should Have Been”

League Of Legends Promo Art Censored In China

League of Legends Censorship

Censorship continues to escalate, this time the Tencent owned property from Riot Games – who is on the Traitors of America master listLeague of Legends, is back in the spotlight for yet more censorship. Reportedly, more of the promotional splash art for the game has been censored. Continue reading “League Of Legends Promo Art Censored In China”

Tit Tap Tingle, R18+ Visual Novel Clicker Launches On Steam July 24th

Tit Tap Tingle

I don’t know how Tit Tap Studios managed to get Tit Tap Tingle past the Taste Police at Valve, but apparently their Adults Only title has been approved for release and will land on the Steam store starting July 24th at the end of the month. Continue reading “Tit Tap Tingle, R18+ Visual Novel Clicker Launches On Steam July 24th”

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Casts Magnus Bruun And Cecilie Stenspil To Portray Eivor

Given that Ubisoft has finally revealed both male and female versions of Eivor in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on July 12th, 2020, you can compare the two characters to their real-life counterparts and see if they have differences or similarities. Continue reading “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Casts Magnus Bruun And Cecilie Stenspil To Portray Eivor”

Far Cry 6 Has Multiple Editions With Outrageous Pricing

Is anyone excited for the new Far Cry 6 with its authoritarian main antagonist? Don’t get me wrong he looks interesting, but Ubisoft’s attempts to recapture the magic of Vaas with each new reveal focusing on the antagonist is getting old. Thus far we know very little about the game, have only seen “gameplay” screenshots that are either PC rendered or from the next generation of consoles, and know virtually little about the game. Continue reading “Far Cry 6 Has Multiple Editions With Outrageous Pricing”

BloodRayne PC Remasters Coming Via Ziggurat Interactive

Bloodrayne

Three additional intellectual properties have been recently acquired by Ziggurat Interactive, including the sexually-seductive action series BloodRayne, the 3D platformer Flip’s Twisted World, and the third-person action game Raze’s Hell. Continue reading “BloodRayne PC Remasters Coming Via Ziggurat Interactive”

Deathground, Jurassic Park-Inspired Horror Game Lands On Kickstarter

Deathground

Original games are hard to come by these days, mostly because a lot of larger studios are more concerned with propaganda than making actual games. Jaw Drop Games is working on a game that might seem derivative, but actually seems somewhat cool insofar that Deathground is a game where you’re in the role of hunters at a facility where dinosaurs are present. Unfortunately for you, the dinosaur has escaped. Continue reading “Deathground, Jurassic Park-Inspired Horror Game Lands On Kickstarter”

Front Mission Evolved Retro Review: Hot Chicks And Big Wanzers

Title: Front Mission Evolved
Players: 1 – 4 (online)
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Platformers: Xbox 360, PS3, PC
Developer: Double Helix Games
Publisher: Square Enix
Release Date: Sept 16th, 2010

Since AAA publishers refuse to make games for real gamers and have resolved to filling their games with “modern” approach, many of us have had to resort to playing only games in our back catalog. One game that was well worth the journey into the seventh gen history books is Square Enix and Konami’s Front Mission Evolved, a third-person mech shooter for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, featuring hot chicks and plenty of big robots to boot. Continue reading “Front Mission Evolved Retro Review: Hot Chicks And Big Wanzers”