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”

Frostpunk: On The Edge Expansion Releases August 20th, 2020

Frost Punk On The Edge

11 Bit Studios’ Frostpunk is receiving its latest expansion pack called On The Edge starting August 20th. The third and final expansion was originally announced at the end of July, with 11 Bit informing gamers that they were planning on releasing the game in August. With the latest gameplay reveal they confirmed that the release date for Frostpunk: On The Edge will be August 20th, 2020. Continue reading “Frostpunk: On The Edge Expansion Releases August 20th, 2020”

Tiny Racer, Wholesome Racing Game Heads To Nintendo Switch July 31st

Tiny Racer

Wholesome gaming is a rarity these days. I know that seems like a bold thing to say, but it’s true. Finding a game you can play with the whole family is actually rare. However, you can find some indie gems every once in a while that stays true to gaming and focuses solely on the gameplay and the features. IceTorch Interactive’s Tiny Racer seems to be one of those games. Continue reading “Tiny Racer, Wholesome Racing Game Heads To Nintendo Switch July 31st”

Mafia: Definitive Edition Gameplay Video Previews Upgrades, Enhancements

Mafia Definitive Edition

I don’t have much hope for the remake of the 2002 classic, Mafia, but there’s no denying that the new version of the 18-year-old game actually does visually look impressive. A near 15-minute demonstration was rolled out to give gamers a glimpse into what they could expect from the new version of the game. Continue reading “Mafia: Definitive Edition Gameplay Video Previews Upgrades, Enhancements”

BioWare Is Making Progress On The Next Dragon Age Game, As Per Mark Darrah

With the coronavirus going around, some developers aren’t able to execute tasks like before. With that said, BioWare is a team that’s now working from home while developing the next Dragon Age game. Despite all of this, the executive producer at BioWare notes that the next Dragon Age game is still shaping up during these tough times. Continue reading “BioWare Is Making Progress On The Next Dragon Age Game, As Per Mark Darrah”

Blasphemous: The Stir Of Dawn Free DLC Launches August 4th With New Game+

Blasphmeous The Stir of Dawn

One of the rare games to release in 2019 that wasn’t pozzed to the gills or pushing the alphabet soup agenda was The Game Kitchen’s Blasphemous. The game not only managed to deliver exactly what the Kickstarter backers had expected, but they also managed to give gamers a visually memorable experience, too. Well, in addition to what they’ve already rolled out for the game, The Game Kitchen announced that an entirely free DLC expansion pack is due to go live, for free, starting August 4th for the Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and on Steam for PC. Continue reading “Blasphemous: The Stir Of Dawn Free DLC Launches August 4th With New Game+”

Attentat 1942 Banned In 4 Countries From Google Play For Referencing Nazis

Attentat 1942

Google has banned the historical visual novel, Attentat 1942, from the Google Play Store in four countries: Germany, Russia, Austria, and France. The reason for the ban? Because it references Nazis. Continue reading “Attentat 1942 Banned In 4 Countries From Google Play For Referencing Nazis”

Dustoff Z Has You Rescuing Survivors In Custom Helicopters During A Zombie Apocalypse

Dustoff Z

There’s a new game in the works being developed by Invictus Games and published by Zordix called Dustoff Z. Now before you sigh and sign off from paying any mind to this game, take note that it’s not yet another typical zombie survival game… even though it is a zombie survival game. Continue reading “Dustoff Z Has You Rescuing Survivors In Custom Helicopters During A Zombie Apocalypse”

Gunfire Reborn, Update For Borderlands-Style Roguelite Will Add More Guns, Scrolls, Stages

Gunfire Reborn

The end-of-the-month update for Douyi Interactive Entertainment’s Borderlands-inspired FPS roguelite, Gunfire Reborn, will add a significant amount of new content to the game, including all new weapons, all new magical scrolls, and some brand new stages to explore. Continue reading “Gunfire Reborn, Update For Borderlands-Style Roguelite Will Add More Guns, Scrolls, Stages”

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”

CrossCode Now Available For Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch

CrossCode

Deck13 and Radical Fish Game’s CrossCode has finally launched for home consoles after spending years in development and plenty of time scraping through the Early Access process. You can now pick up a digital copy for Nintendo Switch, PS4, or Xbox One. Continue reading “CrossCode Now Available For Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch”

Halo 3 Releases On PC July 14th

Halo 3

343 Industries and Microsoft – two companies that are on the Traitors of America master list – will finally release Halo 3 as part of the Master Chief Collection on PC starting July 14th this month. Continue reading “Halo 3 Releases On PC July 14th”