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  1. Magazinesdirect is an absolute disaster. I was the first on this forum to call them out over a year ago now. So sad that they haven't gotten their act together after all that time.
  2. Alternatively; this is also coming out in less than two weeks' time
  3. So the most blatant Symphony of the Night rip-off is finally coming to consoles Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth is a 2020 action role-playing video game originally developed by Team Ladybug (the devs behind the not too shabby Touhou Luna Nights btw) and co-published by Playism and Why so serious? (WSS Playground) for Microsoft Windows. It is based on Ryo Mizuno's Record of Lodoss War series, taking place before the events of Diadem of the Covenant. Controlling the High Elf Deedlit, who finds herself in a strange interconnected labyrinth filled with her past foes and companions, the game focuses on exploration and searching for items and power-ups (very much) in vein of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, fighting bosses and minibosses. During gameplay, the player also locates elemental spirits and swap between each one. The idea for Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth came up when Playism was approached by an editor of the eponymous novels and review the source material. Under supervision of Mizuno, Playism decided to go with the project after seeing that both the material and artwork of Team Ladybug went together. The game is not only inspired by Symphony of the Night but also partly by Ikaruga; while both levels and gameplay were designed to reflect its story concept around exploration. Debut trailer: Console release trailer: The title was first launched via Steam Early Access in March 2020 prior to the full version and received several updates through 2020 and 2021. Versions for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X and Series S are slated for a December 2021 launch.
  4. Pragmata will take you on an unforgettable adventure set in a dystopian near-future rendition of the moon. Capcom's Death Stranding ? Debut trailer: Delay trailer: Launch is set for 2023. More info to share in 2022.
  5. Yeah I booted up SS earlier as it's 10 years old this month and I loved it back in 2011, but by god, how tiresome this game now is after having gone through BotW twice. Finished the first temple, but really dunno if I can be bothered completing the rest of them anymore.
  6. Never been a big fan of SMT after I tried the first two on my PSP, and I don't have an Xbox, so I'm stuck playing my pile of shame. Also; did Sifu simply steal Sekiro's posture system?
  7. Christmas just isn't the same without a good (Nintendo) blockbuster.
  8. Issue #366 preview: Cover story: Sifu Hype: Elden Ring, Little Devil Inside, Lost Ark, Dubium, Darkest Dungeon II, Island Of Winds, Silt Play: CoD Vanguard, Forza Horizon 5, Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy, Riders Republic, Shin Megami Tensei V, Age of Empires IV, Happy Game, Conway, House Of Ashes, Exo One, Moonglow Bay, Moncage Time Extend: Dark Souls III
  9. If only they'd borrowed even more data that would've turned Babylon's Fall into a good game. I'll eat my words if it turns out good.
  10. This could be good! Clockwork Aquario is a hitherto unreleased arcade game from Wonder Boy series creator Ryuichi Nishizawa. It never saw a proper release – until now. The original developers have come together once more to finally finish up the project after 30 years! Clockwork Aquario debut trailer: Out next week on the eShop!
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