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”

Mortal Shell Release Date Set For August 18th On PS4

Mortal Shell Release Date

Playstack London and Cold Symmetry have finally revealed the official release date for the Soulsborne clone, Mortal Shell as August 18th, 2020. The release date was revealed with a sparkling and heavy new trailer featuring lots of hacking, slashing, and cumbersome clobbering. Continue reading “Mortal Shell Release Date Set For August 18th On PS4”

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”

Ghost Of Tsushima ESRB Rating Detailed, Will Show Male Butts

Sony and Sucker Punch Productions will release Ghost of Tsushima on July 17th, 2020. However, it wouldn’t be a current year game without throwing in male nudity backed by unattractive females. In other words, if you happen to suffer from venustraphobia or caligynephobia and enjoy consuming social justice, then Ghost of Tsushima will fulfill that dream. Continue reading “Ghost Of Tsushima ESRB Rating Detailed, Will Show Male Butts”

Godfall Gameplay Trailer Undermined By Awful Rap Music

Godfall

If you hate rap music, don’t like Gearbox Software, and are tired of me-too clones of Soulsborne games, then Godfall‘s latest trailer will do everything but entice you to play the game. Gearbox and Counterplay Games rolled out the latest minute and a half long trailer during the PS5 reveal presentation, but it didn’t go down so well with gamers eager to get hyped about a game, not a collage of mentally taxing bass drops swirled into a latte of mumbling cacophony and dross. Continue reading “Godfall Gameplay Trailer Undermined By Awful Rap Music”

Samurai Simulator Coming Soon To Steam

Samurai Simulator

Game Hunters and PlayWay S.A., announced that they have a new sim coming soon to Steam: Samurai Simulator. The game’s announcement comes on the heels of PlayWay also announcing that Rock Games is working on a game made in a similar wave length called Ninja Simulator. Continue reading “Samurai Simulator Coming Soon To Steam”

Ninja Simulator Is Basically Tenchu Meets Bushido Blade

Ninja Simulator

PlayWay has been publishing some odd games. Usually of the simulation variety; cheap, simple, yet original. However, every so often they seem to add a game to the stable that stands out above everything else they’re producing, and Rock Game’s Ninja Simulator is definitely one of those titles. Continue reading “Ninja Simulator Is Basically Tenchu Meets Bushido Blade”

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”

Nioh 2 Celebrates 1 Million sales With Major Update

Nioh 2 Major Update

Sequels of great games always suffer the burden of having to fill the immense shoes of their predecessors. The more beloved the original, the harder it is for the sequel to live up to the hype and expectations that will proceed it. Nioh 2 made a valiant attempt, improving on the diversity of combat, refining mechanics, even implementing a player based NPC system to keep the experience functional, whether players picked it up at launch or a year after when most of the community had departed. Continue reading “Nioh 2 Celebrates 1 Million sales With Major Update”

Ghostrunner Trailer Reminds You That A Limited Time Demo Is Available

Ghostunner Demo

One More Level, 3D Realms, Slipgate Ironworks, and All In! Games released a new trailer for the first-person, parkour, hack-and-slash action title, Ghostrunner. The new cinematic gives you an idea of what the new cyberpunk game will be like as well as reminding you that there”s a limited time demo available to download over on the Steam store page. Continue reading “Ghostrunner Trailer Reminds You That A Limited Time Demo Is Available”

Gori: Cuddly Carnage Features Hack-And-Slash Gameplay With Hoverboards And Fighting Cats

Gori Cuddly Carnage

Angry Demon Studio is working on a third-person, hack-and-slash, action-adventure game starring an explosively violent cat named Gori. You play as the space-faring cat who is tasked with wiping out blood-thirsty toys after they eradicated humans for not being cute enough. Joined by his depressed AI, CH1-P, and a razor-laced hoverboard that can decapitate and mutilate, Gori must slice, dice, and glide his way through the horde of mutated toys to save the galaxy from the Adorable Army. Continue reading “Gori: Cuddly Carnage Features Hack-And-Slash Gameplay With Hoverboards And Fighting Cats”

Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Release Date Still On For June 26th Despite Current Pandemic

During these times, certain publishers and developers are taking up measures to prevent any mishaps from occurring, which happens to delay previously announced games in the process. However, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) and Sucker Punch Productions are still planning to release Ghost of Tsushima on its intended June 26th, 2020, release date despite COVID-19 concerns. Continue reading “Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Release Date Still On For June 26th Despite Current Pandemic”

Mortal Shell, Soulsborne-Clone Announced For PS4, Xbox One, PC

Mortal Shell

Colo Symmetry and Playstack London announced that they have a new Soulsborne clone in the works called Mortal Shell. It’s due out at some point in late 2020 for PC, Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. Technically, they just note that the game is coming to the PlayStation Store, which could also mean a PlayStation 5 release. Continue reading “Mortal Shell, Soulsborne-Clone Announced For PS4, Xbox One, PC”