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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Gamescom demo highlights Dark Souls similarities and differences

Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Combat
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is one of two upcoming titles by From Software, who is best known for the insanely difficult Dark Souls trilogy. At Gamescom 2018, I played Sekiro and died more than twice, and each time I learned something - the game is incredibly fun. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uP8lFi_BibY At first glance you might think Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is rivaling titles such as Ghost of...

Mothergunship review: We’re going to build a bigger gun

Mothergunship review
Blasting evil robots with huge guns is extremely fun in Mothergunship, but the game holds back when it's time to craft your own weapons. I take a look around the boss room. All I see is a  hole in the floor, so naturally, I jump in. "Weird. Shouldn't there be like, a boss inside the boss room?", I think to...

Headsnatchers, the game where you steal your friends’ heads, is out now

Headsnatchers
Just a heads up - the party game Headsnatchers Is now available on Steam Early Access. This charmingly brutal game has you kick around your opponents' heads like a football, flush them down toilets, and play bowling with them. And it does it all in the cutest, silliest way possible. You might think this all sounds bloody and gory, but please...

Race Arcade is an indie arcade racing game that leans too hard on nostalgia

I'm not very good at top-down racing games. It was always my least favorite subgenre. Despite that, I gave Race Arcade, a new indie racing game by Iceflake Studios, a spin. Everything you need to know about Race Arcade is in the name. It's an arcade racing game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML5VKYDc-44 You can play in local multiplayer or in a solo career mode, where you earn...

Classic MMORPG MapleStory is back and heading to mobile with MapleStory M

MapleStory M
MapleStory, the classic and incredibly popular MMORPG, is coming back and it's here to stay. The mobile version of the game, MapleStory M, will launch today worldwide, and I have a feeling it's going to be huge. Many of us remember the countless hours we spent playing this game. Heck, some of us played it for longer than we spent...

Slay knights and demons in beautiful pixel art with Death’s Gambit

Pixel art is an acquired taste, but once you do develop a taste for it, you're immediately drawn to anything that's full of that pixel-perfect style. Death's Gambit is that kind of game. Death's Gambit has been announced a few years ago. It's a souls-vania action RPG, that comes to us from indie developer White Rabbit, and published by Adult Swim...

Wreckfest review: Hope you have insurance

Wreckfest demolition derby
A party of twisted metal and screeching wheels. Crash physics haven't felt this good for a long time, but they sure looked better. We had a lot of arcade racing games in these past few weeks, but we haven't had a proper demolition derby for a while. Luckily, Wreckfest is here to make amends for the aggressive racing subgenre. Wreckfest is not...

Pilot a giant anime mech and punch other giant robots in Override: Mech City Brawl

Override: Mech City Brawl
Giant robots are among my favorite things. I think it has something to do with the fact that I grew up watching Power Rangers. I even enjoyed both Pacific Rim movies, and have a small display of Gundam figures. So you can understand why I'm pretty psyched for Override: Mech City Brawl, a 3D fighting game set in real-world cities, where...

The Crew 2 beta proves you can drive, fly or sail the way you want to

Ubisoft's wide-spanning driving game, The Crew 2, has sped into open beta this past weekend. It's big, it's fast, it's colorful, and it has almost every vehicle you'd want to race in. But most importantly, it hypes you up for the game's upcoming full release. If you've been following us these past few weeks, you have probably noticed by now...

Moonlighter review: Too busy earnin’

Moonlighter review
With pretty pixel graphics and great sound, Moonlighter is the right kind of rogue-lite game that keeps you going for "one more round." Even before beating my first boss, I have already managed to gather countless treasures from a golem dungeon, warp inside a forest dungeon, expand my store into a freaking Walmart, steal a grimoire from under an evil...

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