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The Messenger is getting three new levels for free in 2019

Some of you might remember that The Messenger from Sabotage Studios was one of my favorite games this year. Well, good news out of the Kinda Funny Games Showcase is more content is coming its way in 2019. Picnic Panic is a free expansi...

 
 
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Check out this new trailer for Psychonauts 2

The next trailer to drop at the Game Awards was our best look at Psychonauts 2 yet. The trailer opens with a voiceover talking about how Rasputin managed to worm his way into the Psychonauts before welcoming him to their base of operations,...

 
 
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The Pathless is the next project from the creators of Abzu

The Pathless is the latest project from Abzu developer Giant Squid Studios. One look at that artwork should make that fairly obvious, but The Pathless looks a lot more action-packed than its predecessor.  While Abzu was a fairly passiv...

 
 
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PUBG's new snow map hits PC test servers tonight

PlayerUnkown's Battlegrounds next map goes live on the PC test server tonight. The new 6x6 map is called Vikendi, and as we've known for a while, it's a snow covered region. As far as new features go a new snowmobile vehicle will ...

 
 
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Crash Team Racing remaster comes to modern consoles in June

It looks like the leak from earlier this week was legitimate as we just got out first look at the remastered version of Crash Team Racing. Crash himself came out to reveal the HD upgrade to Geoff.  It's releasing June 21, 2019, under t...

 
 
 
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Among Trees promises a colorful survival sandbox

The Game Awards pre-show closed out with a teaser for Among Trees, developed over five years by a team of only three at FJRD Interactive. We didn't get a big look at just what would be out to get us, but that forest sure looked pretty ...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Resonance of Fate 4K/HD Edition

For the most part, Japanese role-playing games are like video game comfort food. For those of us that enjoy them, they're a known quantity and rarely stray away from the flagpole franchises that we're all familiar with like Dragon...

 
 
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Zelda: Breath of the Wild mod adds playable Bowsette

The fan-favorite meme that is Bowsette doesn't seem to be going away any time soon. Modders recently added her as the final boss of New Super Mario Bros Wii, and now she's made it into another classic Nintendo franchise.  Modder Lynard...

 
 
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Review: My Memory of Us

My Memory of Us tells a tragic story set in one of the darkest moments of human history all wrapped in the attractive package of a charming black and white 2.5D puzzle platformer.  Juggler Games set out to tell the story of those who f...

 
 
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Early Access Review: SCUM

Survival games aren't usually my thing. They require a vast amount of dedication and engagement, with menial tasks that I'm not typically looking for when escaping to a digital world. SCUM, however, caught my eye with just how over the top ...

 
 
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Review: The Messenger

Sabotage Studio's The Messenger is a visually striking game that at a quick glance you might shrug off as yet another quick grab at our nostalgia. While my nostalgia heartstrings were tugged at significantly during my playthrough, it's...

 
 
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Owlboy creator makes mock-up for Chrono Trigger sequel

Owlboy developer, Simon S. Andersen, posted a mock-up for a Chrono Trigger sequel on Twitter today. While this is something Simon did for fun and it's almost guaranteed to say we'll never get Chrono Break, the whole video is pretty freaking...

 
 
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Exploring BioShock eleven years later

"No Gods or Kings. Only man." The banner that hung in the atrium of the bathysphere terminus where BioShock's protagonist began his adventure was the first thing to grab my attention and pull me into that world. I first played BioShock...

 
 
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Preview: The Messenger

The Messenger is the game I walked away from PAX East this year swooning over. The NES-style platformer takes clear inspiration from Ninja Gaiden. Thierry Boulanger, the lead programmer and designer, has been upfront about that from th...

 
 
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Review: Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion

Adventure Time is a pretty great cartoon. So, it's a damn shame that none of its many game adaptations have come close to doing its beautiful world and cleverly written characters justice. Pirates of the Enchiridion comes close but falls sh...

 
 
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Review: Semblance

The traditional 2D platformer genre accounts for some of my favorite games ever. That being said, it's always awesome to see a game try and change the genre in new and exciting ways. Semblance does just that, in a way I'm surprised I h...

 
 
 
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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe gets Zelda: Breath of the Wild update

Nintendo keeps up with neat little additions to the Switch version of Mario Kart 8. Just last week, following the update of Labo Toy-Con Motorbike support for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Nintendo's head of software development Shinya Tak...

 
 
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An unexpected crossover turns Ryu into a Power Ranger

The Power Rangers/Street Fighter crossover going on in the Power Rangers: Legacy Wars mobile game was pretty weird to begin with, but it may have just kicked things up a notch.  It was announced today at San Diego Comic-Con that a new ...

 
 
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We're getting a Trogdor!! board game and it looks glorious

In a strange turn of events, Cheapass Games is teaming up with the creators of the old web cartoon Homestar Runner to create a board game centered around the beefy-armed dragon Trogdor the Burninator. Titled Trogdor!!, the board game is a ...

 
 
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Early Access Review: Sky Noon

Steam Early Access is riddled with multiplayer shooters. The bulk of them do little to stand out in the sea of competitive games on the gigantic marketplace. Sky Noon's claim to fame is its strange lack of bullets. Sky Noon is a knock-...

 
 
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Nintendo Labo is now compatible with Mario Kart 8

Remeber Labo? Nintendo's weird venture into papercraft that let you build a piano and then sat in the corner of your living room for a month?  Well, it has a neat new use. You can now use the Toy-Con Motorbike with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe....

 
 


About Rich Meisterone of us since 7:32 PM on 03.14.2017

NY gamer who duped Destructoid into hiring him. JRPG nerd and Paul Rudd enthusiast.

Full disclosure, I backed some Kickstarter things. Monster Crown and Knuckle Sandwich have my money so take my opinions with a grain of salt.
 
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