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  1. A sequel to 2010’s cult favorite Deadly Premonition is finally on its way and it will release as a launch exclusive on Nintendo Switch. SWERY is once again writing and directing the sequel (that is actually meant to be a prequel), which will follow FBI agent Aaliyah Davis as she investigates an old serial killer case in Boston. Aaliyah’s new case also has a connection to a 14-year-old case in New Orleans that was investigated by FBI agent Francis York Morgan, the protagonist of the first game. Players will control both characters, it seems, as their stories intersect and reveal cl
  2. In my opinion, Dead Space was the best new IP of the PS3/360 generation, along with the Souls games. I'd go as far as to say they're two of the greatest survival-horror games ever made and they're still extremely playabale today and have aged far more gracefully than the Resident Evil games. But EA being EA means this rather wonderful sci-fi/horror IP is now dead (even though the ideas for DS4 sounded great) and despite a resurgence in survival horror lately, no developer seemed willing to make a spiritual successor. Until now. The Callisto Protocol was revealed at the Game Awards and is
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