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  1. Surprised that there isn't already an official thread for this. I loved Bastion but it was relatively shallow in terms of gameplay. Transistor looked way too complicated but then I got it free on PS+ and thought it was amazing, so this is getting bought day one. It's been compared to NBA Jam, but according to a PS blog post, it's a party based RPG. It's also their first game to include a multiplayer mode. And the plot is supposed to be the most ambitious they've done to date, so I'm sold. And it's also non-linear, if you like that kind of thing. Win or lose,
  2. Just announced on the DC Fandome event: Edit: Youtube versions:
  3. Epic store exclusive until it leaves early acces. I've been watching Vinnie from Giant Bomb play and it looks fun https://www.satisfactorygame.com/ Surprised we don't already have a thread.
  4. Missed Ubi's conference yesterday, but caught up with this today. It looks like it has a lot of potential, but then again, Ubisoft. I don't think I've played a decent snowboarding game since Amped on the OG Xbox. (I don't even know if there have been any apart from Amped 2). Side note: Is it just me or is that logo utterly awful? Beta codes here: http://www.steepgame.com/redbull
  5. http://www.eurogamer...-5-in-the-works
  6. Just seen this while browsing, must say quite tempted. http://www.tinymetal.com/ http://store.steampowered.com/app/751500/TINY_METAL/ One thing to be aware of, apparentlythe directoir Hiroaki Yura is accused of embezzling £750,000 from the Kickstarter campaign for the Project Phoenix to pay for the development of this game. Seem to be reviewing well on the Switch as well.
  7. A Definitive Edition for Switch! Releasing Winter 2019 Details Orchestral soundtrack English and Japanese voices 16-bit version included (which looks like the 3DS version) Additional story content
  8. So hey. Here's a sweet early access game I've been playing. It's set in a (fairly) low fantasy medieval randomised world and has you leading a band of sellswords as they travel from settlement to settlement taking contracts and dying horribly. It's like an Abercrombian Xcom with elements of Mount & Blade thrown in for good measure. Really charming graphical style too. The full release is happening early 2017 and will feature Stellaris-style 'late game crises' with the world being thrown into turmoil from orc/undead invasions & wars between noble houses and such. But what's
  9. Official Site | Steam | Wiki | Comic | SubReddit | Reviews | Twitch Update 02/12/2018: The first RLLMUK Artifact Tournament is live! You can join here: https://www.playartifact.com/tournament/?invitekey=14820689762655326063 More info in this post
  10. Most important bit currently: Switch version out on August 7, 2018! Should leave you with enough time to complete Hollow Knight. Free DLC added! First paid DLC batch added! Ooo, another free update! The second paid DLC includes Castlevaniaesque floaty sword!
  11. Maybe set around the Mayan Temples/pyramids of Mexico?
  12. Wait, they're actually announcing them online in advance again? And not just on Twitter? https://medium.com/prime-gaming/for-the-love-of-games-free-games-and-content-from-prime-gaming-in-february-60cec7d997b6 When they're released, you can find more details at https://gaming.amazon.com/ Install instructions (please note step 5):
  13. Anyone else looking forward to getting their mitts on this? PC Gamer have given it 94%, which is a decent score to say the least: https://www.pcgamer.com/crusader-kings-3-review/
  14. This was announced at Gamescom earlier and is due to release next year. I thought the first game was very atmospheric and had a lot of potential but felt disappointingly short. Hopefully the developers have got a bit more money and manpower behind them this time to make something more elaborate. The trailer, with its various locations and new gameplay elements, suggests something a bit more substantial, at least. One to watch.
  15. Earlier this year Lucas Pope, the author of the fantastic dystopian document thriller 'Papers, Please', announced he was working on a new exploration/adventure kind of game set on an 1800s ship with a peculiar 1 bit Apple II rendering graphic style, but in realtime 3D. While the game is unlike Papers, Please in gameplay, setting and looks, it's clear that this is another highly creative and unusual game so I've been following its development with interest (there's an ongoing thread here, with Pope posting updates and responding to feedback: http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=40832.
  16. Has anyone played this yet? Episodic adventure game with a fantastic graphical style and a very, very odd story. I bought it for the PC yesterday but I'm not sure if I finished the first episode or if it crashed. http://kentuckyroutezero.com/ There's a Giant Bomb Quicklook but I don't recommend watching it until after you've played. Trailer
  17. Actual impressions of the game start here: Let's kick this topic off! 10 years in the making: Looks a lot like a cross between Onimusha, Dark Souls and Ninja Gaiden. Team Ninja are developing, so hopefully it will have some of that old NG1/2 magic and not NG3.
  18. T Pot

    4k Gaming

    I never really thought 4K would be that huge jump like we saw going to 1080p back in the day, but it looks awesome! I picked up a SONY XD80 Series 4K telly recently and video content looks great. Upgrading from a 1080p Panny plasma, I kept getting told that the 1080p picture won't be as sharp and colours wont be as bright / blacks as black. Now it might be my eyes, but I say bollocks to that! Colours are plenty vivid, picture is sharp, and for TV speakers, these are pretty good. When watching 4K footage, it blows me away. It's so crazy sharp and clear it's really noticeable to me.
  19. I dont know if anyone else spotted this but on ign they have a story that in the xbox version of Conkers Bad Fur Day conker pulls out a GBAsp if left idle for a short period of time, now this is pretty cool but what I found interesting is the game conker is playing on the GBA looks very much like Killer Instinct (notice the green health bars on the top of the screen above the two characters). Perhaps this is a hint that a GBA version of Killer Instinct is in the works, anyway here is the picture, what are your thoughts? What is conker playing?
  20. La-Mulana was a Japanese freeware PC game originally released in 2005. As a text-heavy platform adventure, it failed to make any waves outside of Japan's nascent indie scene until translation group Aeon Genesis provided an English patch, making it accessible to a much wider audience. AG are the same group who gave us the first English translation for Cave Story, a game with which La-Mulana shares more than a little in common. After going down well as a charming (if fiendishly difficult) romp through ancient temples and dangerous dungeons as an Indiana Jones lookalike called Lemeza Kosugi, La-
  21. The second release in The Dark Pictures Anthology came out yesterday, following Man of Medan last year. I've put maybe 3 hours into this so far, and really enjoying it. I found Man of Medan very disappointing, especially after loving Until Dawn - which thankfully Little Hope feels closer to. The voice acting has impressed for the most part (you'll always get some lines that don't sound like real reactions to the choice you've made), and the story is going in some interesting directions. Playing on PC this time around (PS4 for UD/Mom) and its a great looking game that's
  22. Really enjoying this singleplayer/2-player co-op roguelite FPS at the moment. It's in Early Access on Steam (no console plans as yet). https://store.steampowered.com/app/692890/Roboquest/ The movement and shooting feels a lot like Quake or Unreal. Enemies hit pretty hard from the very first level, so you have to do a fair bit of projectile dodging to survive. The XP orbs they drop disappear after a very short time and they heal back some of your lost health if you pick them up quickly enough, so you're always being actively encouraged to press forward into combat rather
  23. According to a demonstration at the Intel Developer Forum, Alan wake will need at least a dual-core PC to run due to it implementing 5 seperate threads for each element of its runtime. It is, of course, a 360 game as well - but the real implication here is that we finally have a practical example of 360 development leading to focused multi-core PC development. Oblivion did this too, but ended up only really running on one core on the PC. I really don't know what to think, though. As a primarily PC-based gamer, I usually find it more comfortable to play console adaptations on my PC (w
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