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Hunt: Showdown’s Steam early access coming soon

The mosquitos buzz around your face as your body is partially submerged in the murky swamps of deep Louisiana. The rain has been falling steadily this evening, but you’re still

ECHO: You are your own worst enemy (Hands-on first impressions)

ECHO is a sci-fi adventure game that begins with a narrative of discovery and hope. The main protagonist, En, is on a journey to restore a life that was taken

Final Fantasy XV coming to Windows in 2018

Final Fantasy games on PC are nothing new these days. So, it should come as no surprise Square Enix will bring Final Fantasy XV to Windows through Steam in 2018.

Atlus Rises – Newest update for No Man’s Sky

In what can be labeled as one of the biggest disappointments of 2016, Hello Games has been hard at work since the launch of No Man’s Sky. Labeled as its journey, it released its newest update

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice now available on PC and PS4

Ninja Theory, the developer of Heavenly Sword, Enslaved, and DmC: Devil May Cry, is back once again with the action/adventure title Hellblade: Senuas Sacrifice. This grim fantasy title is filled

VR game Archangel nails gameplay, graphics, and story (review)

Virtual reality is one of the biggest innovations in the world of gaming today. A lot of titles give you that fun arcade-style gameplay that is great for pick up

Night Trap 25th Anniversary Edition denied a Switch release by Nintendo

Given the early demise of the Sega CD back in the 1990s, it is understanding if some older gamers never tried Night Trap. It came during the era of full-motion

E3 2017 – Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom gameplay impressions

One of my favorite releases on the PlayStation 3 had to be 2013’s Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. Developed by Level-5 and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, the game’s

Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back could find success in the revival era

What could possibly go wrong? Bubsy, the failed video game mascot from the 1990s, is returning to the scene in Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back. Black Forest Games is developing

The King of Fighters XIV set for a PC release

Since its release back in August, The King of Fighters XIV has been an exclusive title on the PlayStation 4. Well, that’s about to change as SNK recently announced on Twitter

SEGA announces Vanquish PC port to release May 25

Hot on the heels of a highly successful Bayonetta PC port, SEGA and Platinum Games have yet again fulfilled the wishes of their fans with a highly requested PC port of Vanquish.

These new Street Fighter V costumes are downright fierce

Earlier this month, Capcom announced it would be adding three new Street Fighter V DLC high school costumes for Ryu, Chun-Li and Juri. Along with the outfits came a remastered

Are you ready for Little Nightmares?

The horror video game genre has been around for quite some time now and has made monumental strides throughout the decades. I’ve played a lot of these horror games on different platforms,

Mr. Shifty is a Switch game that’s Hotline Miami with teleporting

Meet Mr. Shifty, an elite thief and heist planner with a slight edge above the rest: his power of teleportation. He can warp in just about any direction to get

Australia effectively bans Outlast 2

Ban drama is a recurring theme in news around the world. In this instance, Australia decided to join the action and hit the ban button on the upcoming survival-horror game

Slime-san slides into a high score (Steam review)

Gross. Slime-san is a game about a piece of slime. Scheduled for release on April 7th through Steam, Fabraz and Headup Games are teaming up together to bring this gooey

Hunter’s Legacy (PS4, PC review)

Metroidvania is a genre that most independent game developers take hold of, and who can blame them? Most of the time, they don’t require many resources and if pulled off

First look at Genital Jousting (PC)

Did you just do a double-take when reading the headline? Well, you’re not alone. Developed by Free Lives, Genital Jousting is that crude, locker room humor that you grew up with when you

911 Operator is both informative and repetitive (Steam review)

Everyone can agree 911 operators do a great job under the circumstances. Each day people dial 911, and most of them are in dire need of help. Uninformed or otherwise

Tales of Berseria is a dark and refreshing take on the series (review)

Let’s face it, the basic theme of just every single JRPG is to save the world from some sort of evil threat. It’s just the lead up of how you