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Review: Shinsekai: Into the Depths

When Apple Arcade was first announced, I never expected to one day use the subscription service to play a deep-sea metroidvania game from Capcom. What a wild thought. Even now, it feels like a dream. Looking through the launch lineup, Apple...

 
 
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Review: Overcooked 2 - Carnival of Chaos

I'm not ready for Overcooked 2 to come to an end. That's how I felt going into Carnival of Chaos – the third and final DLC in the game's season pass – and that's how I felt after finishing it this weekend. Overcooked has be...

 
 
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Review: What the Golf?

What the Golf? is as good as I hoped it'd be, which is to say, "very." I'm honestly relieved! The game takes an otherworldly view of golf, twisting and turning a simple premise in increasingly outlandish ways not unlike something out of War...

 
 
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Ori and the Blind Forest has a substantial Switch demo

The masterful metroidvania game Ori and the Blind Forest will be on Nintendo Switch before we know it. In the last week before launch, Moon Studios has put out a substantial Switch demo. It's a chance to see how well the port runs – i...

 
 
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Which Sega Genesis Mini game are you playing first?

After asking which Super Nintendo game you intended to play first with Nintendo Switch Online, it's only fair that we extend the same question to all of the Sega fans in the audience. The Sega Genesis Mini launched today with 42 different g...

 
 
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Terminator: Resistance looks about as dubious as you'd expect

With Terminator: Dark Fate headed to theaters this November, we're seeing fresh signs of life from the seemingly never-ending sci-fi series. Beyond Terminator tie-ins with Gears 5 and Mortal Kombat 11, there's also a new licensed video game...

 
 
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Dead Cells is still selling 'incredibly well' in 2019

For a game so willing to crush you at a moment's notice, Dead Cells is a surprisingly feel-good story. Whether you first got into Motion Twin's roguelite action-platformer in 2017 with the Steam Early Access version, or you started playing ...

 
 
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The Planet Zoo beta includes multiple modes and biomes

I'm counting the days until I can bundle up with a cup of coffee, kick on my little space heater, and spend a whole cozy weekend with the Planet Zoo beta. It won't be much longer now. Frontier is only offering beta access to Deluxe Edition ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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It's time to spruce up your Steam library

Valve has made it that much easier for me to see exactly how many games I've left untouched and unloved in my aging Steam library. With today's beta, Steam users can now opt-in to play around with the platform's new and arguably improved li...

 
 
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Overwatch has a Lego Bastion skin up for grabs right now

Welp, I guess it's time for me to get my copy of Overwatch up to date and head back in, if only for an evening. Blizzard has reimagined Bastion as a colorful Lego creation, and folks, I can't miss out. The new legendary-tier "Brick" skin is...

 
 
 
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Review: Blasphemous

Blasphemous might be 2019's gnarliest video game. Its odds are certainly up there. Drawing direct inspiration from the usual suspects like Dark Souls and Castlevania – the series, I mean, not just Symphony of the Night – Bl...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The floor is literal lava in Klei's new game, Hot Lava

At long last, The Floor is Lava: The Video Game is almost here. Don't Starve developer Klei Entertainment is putting the final touches on Hot Lava, a first-person parkour game that we first started following back in 2016. It looked neat the...

 
 
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The PlayStation Store has a bunch of Japanese games on sale

Coinciding with an already eventful Tokyo Game Show this week, the PlayStation Store is hosting a sale on – you guessed it! – games that hail from Japan (as well as others with much more tenuous connections). The Big in Japan sa...

 
 
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Oh hey, Grey Hulk is in Marvel's Avengers

There will come a time when we're totally inundated with character skins in Marvel's Avengers, but right now – more than half a year away from the game's launch – I'm willing to see what's what. Crystal Dynamics and Marvel showe...

 
 
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Too little too late? Anthem joins EA Access today

While much of the video-game-playing world has moved on, Anthem is still up and running. Last month brought the Cataclysm event, and now, as of today, BioWare's high-flying sci-fi shooter has joined EA Access and Origin Access. I can see pe...

 
 


About Jordan Devoreone of us since 3:23 AM on 12.21.2008

Jordan is a founding member of Destructoid and poster of seemingly random pictures. They are anything but random.

Disclosure: I backed Double Fine Adventure and Awesomenauts: Starstorm on Kickstarter.
 
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