Biomutant Will Not Launch With Microtransactions, Says Experiment 101

THQ Nordic and Experiment 101 will release Biomutant sometime this year. Although a delay seems like it’s not out of the equation, the devs are re-assuring fans that Biomutant will not sport microtransactions (MTX). Continue reading “Biomutant Will Not Launch With Microtransactions, Says Experiment 101”

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle For Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated Cheats Bring Unlimited Health, Inf Shiny Objects

If you happen to be a fan of SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated after Nickelodeon made the Traitors of America list, then there’s news for you in that cheats are now available for said game. Continue reading “SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle For Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated Cheats Bring Unlimited Health, Inf Shiny Objects”

Biomutant Gameplay Showcase Set For June 24th, 2020

THQ Nordic and Experiment 101 have been quiet when it comes to Biomutant news. However, that has changed today. Whether or not this game has your interest piqued, know that the publisher and developer will share more info on the game in question during IGN’s Summer of Gaming event on June 24th, 2020. Continue reading “Biomutant Gameplay Showcase Set For June 24th, 2020”

Desperados 3 Cheats Offer God Mode, Invisibility, And Unlimited Ammo

Although Desperados 3 will release to the general public on June 16th, 2020, free cheat downloads are up right now. In other words, if you want to prep early to cheat ahead of THQ Nordic and Mimimi Games release of the third game in the ongoing series, then we got you covered. Continue reading “Desperados 3 Cheats Offer God Mode, Invisibility, And Unlimited Ammo”

SpellForce 3 Announces New Expansion

Spellforce 3

As it is written in the ancient lore, the only thing harder than keeping a god dead in a fantasy world is getting Bethesda to make a good decision. Gods have a special habit of resurrecting, and around this quaint truth centers the latest expansion to SpellForce 3. As the leader of a nomadic Troll Tribe, you are approached by an elf that offers your people salvation. Continue reading “SpellForce 3 Announces New Expansion”

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Remake Leaked

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning has a special significance for me. Long ago, way before I began writing for One Angry Gamer, I wrote for another website. At the time, the game was freshly announced, with Electronic Arts attempting to create as much hype as possible. Continue reading “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Remake Leaked”

Wreckfest Review: A Real Racing Game For Real Racing Fans

Wreckfest Review

Title: Wreckfest
Genre: Racing
Players: 1 – 24 (online)
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC (Reviewed)
Developer: Bugbear Entertainment
Publisher: THQ Nordic
Price: $39.99
Release Date: June 14th, 2018

Without wasting a lot of words, I can openly say that Bugbear Entertainmaint’s Wreckfest is well worth the purchase. You should buy it if you enjoy high-octane, physics-based racing simulators. The game does have some rough spots around the edges, such as the cursor tab sometimes not showing up when navigating the menus, or some of the menus failing to load properly, or some infrequent frame stuttering in a certain parts of the oval asphalt track where the infield comes into view. Continue reading “Wreckfest Review: A Real Racing Game For Real Racing Fans”

Koch Media and THQ Nordic Exchange IPS

Unceremonious, but with style THQ Nordic announced via a press statement and Twitter, they and Koch Media have shuffled ownership of various IPs. What this means is the two companies that are owned by the same holding company but retain independence have exchanged the publishing and development rights to several of their franchises. Continue reading “Koch Media and THQ Nordic Exchange IPS”

Destroy All Humans Remake Release Date Set For July 28th

Destroy All Humans

It’s funny that THQ Nordic managed to get their hands on THQ’s originally published games such as Destroy All Humans. The company has proceeded to re-release various original IP from the old THQ’s stash for current generation consoles, which includes a remade version of the third-person, alien invasion shooter. Continue reading “Destroy All Humans Remake Release Date Set For July 28th”

Desperados 3 Releases June 16th For PS4, Xbox One, PC

Desperados 3

The Western RTS series has returned courtesy of Mimimi Games and THQ Nordic. Originally Desperados III was set to release in 2019, but it was delayed and now it’s scheduled to release on June 16th, 2020 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The release date was set with a new trailer that covered Cooper and his gang-related antics through the Wild West. Continue reading “Desperados 3 Releases June 16th For PS4, Xbox One, PC”

Saints Row Sequel Development Confirmed

Saints Row 5

By 2010 THQ’s fate began to appear grim. Following a period of expansion and acquisitions, the company hit hard times that ultimately lead to its bankruptcy and liquidation in 2013. During the interim the third Saints Row game was developed and released, clearly having suffered from the publisher’s financial state. Continue reading “Saints Row Sequel Development Confirmed”

Comanche Early Access Release Ditches Military-Sim Gameplay For Arcade Antics

Comanche

THQ Nordic and Nukklear have decided to revive the the Comanche series, which used to be a popular niche helicopter franchise from Novalogic. I remember having a poster up in my room for that game because the helicopters looked so darn good in that game. Well, the reboot of Comanche is a far-cry from the old games, abandoning the realistic military sim nature of the 3D 1990s outings and going for a more fast-paced simcade approach with a Call of Duty-style approach to the multiplayer PvP. Continue reading “Comanche Early Access Release Ditches Military-Sim Gameplay For Arcade Antics”

Metro: Exodus Has Performed Well On Steam, According To Lars Wingefors

Metro: Exodus was once an Epic Games Store timed exclusive, and during that time, many fans that happened to game on Gaben’s Steam were pissed since they were promised the FPS game on said client first. As of February 15th, 2020, the game is back on Steam, and THQ Nordic’s CEO claims during an earnings call that the title is doing well after its reappearance. Continue reading “Metro: Exodus Has Performed Well On Steam, According To Lars Wingefors”