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L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files out today on PlayStation VR

And there it is! After some well-founded speculation following a PS4 rating from PEGI, it's official: L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files is not only coming to PlayStation VR, it's out now. The silly-physics detective game made an appearance dur...

 
 
 
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Adventure games 80 Days and Heaven's Vault coming to Switch

Switch ports have been all the rage ever since the system was released, and rightfully so. Who doesn't want to play their favorite game while on a long road trip or their daily commute? Well, now the fine folks at Inkle Studios are porting ...

 
 
 
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Review: The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan

"Like, zoinks gang! We're stranded on a spooky ghost ship!" is what I imagined the cast of Dark Pictures: The Man of Medan to say when I booted it up. They did not! Instead this very horrific tale from the horror masters...

 
 
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Review: Telling Lies

Sam Barlow is really on a roll. Although his work on a few Silent Hill entries (Origins, Shattered Memories) put him on the map, it was 2015's Her Story that made him a household name. Barlow did a hell of a lot more than just "bring back" ...

 
 
 
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Here's our first look at Life is Strange 2 Episode 4

Life is Strange 2 is doing decently so far. The first episode kicked off nicely according to our resident Life is Strange expert Brett. Episode 2 slowed down that growth a bit and Episode 3 continued that plunge. How will Episode 4 turn out...

 
 
 
 
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L.A. Noire is bringing its VR antics to PS4

L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files has taken on a life of its own as a hotbed for hysterical gifs and videos in which players use their VR controllers to make detective Cole Phelps act like a madman in front of witnesses and suspects, and I can'...

 
 
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Wooden Nickel isn't your everyday Old West adventure game

Brain&Brain is following up its storybook adventure Burly Men at Sea with another minimalist game, Wooden Nickel, and I'm here for this aesthetic. It's so different from my usual inbox pitches. The main hook, at least in my eyes, is th...

 
 
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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter reappears on Nintendo Switch

For a game about a disappearance, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter sure keeps popping up. Later this week, it'll get its fourth launch in five years. Polish studio The Astronauts has ported The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to Nintendo S...

 
 
 
 
 
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The Ghostbusters remaster breaks containment in October

Come October, you'll be bustin' like it's 2009. The remaster of the vaunted Ghostbusters: The Video Game is nearly ready to haunt this mortal plane. Fittingly, Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered will launch during the spooky...

 
 
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Contest: Bring Dafoe home with a PC copy of Beyond: Two Souls

I'm pretty sure this is the only current contest on the internet featuring Willem Dafoe, so come win a PC copy of Beyond: Two Souls. For anyone who's been around here long enough, you'll remember the days when you couldn't go two front page...

 
 
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Review: The Council: Episode 5: Checkmate

For those who have not been following along on the community side of things, Destructoid user Soulbow has been consistently pestering me, for over a year now, to keep writing these reviews for The Council. I mean, this episode came out...

 
 
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Indie games in cars getting emotional

Do you ever want to play games where you're just....driving? Soaking in the environment, having conversations, and listening to whatever pops on the radio? Well, I've got three games lined up based on that premise on this week's episode of ...

 
 
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Review: Sea of Solitude

The sea is loneliness. That's not a spoiler for Sea of Solitude, the latest effort from Berlin-based indie studio Jo-Mei, and a game that, since its announcement some years ago, has been fairly explicit about its allegorical nature, and its...

 
 
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Contest: Both mice and men can enjoy a free copy of Moss

Enter our contest and pick up a copy of breakout VR title Moss for Steam or Oculus Quest! Being a silly human, I can't say I've ever experienced what it's like to be a cute little four-legged creature. Imagine scurrying around the forest so...

 
 
 
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Review: The Sinking City

The Sinking City is without a doubt a love letter to H. P. Lovecraft's work. Even going as far as being set within the same universe, specifically The Shadow over Innsmouth, and directly references those events and plenty more from Lov...

 
 
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Contest: Hack and slash through a voxel world in Riverbond

Hack 'n slash through the colorful voxel world of Riverbond on PS4, Xbox One, or PC! Riverbond was shown at Microsoft's E3 conference this year -- and it's available now! To celebrate, developer Cococucumber Games has given us a bunch of co...

 
 




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lokhe

Came upon a room in my new run of DOOM (2016) that I remembered struggling immensely in on my first run Braced myself for the worst and cleared it out with relative ease on the first who knew, playing on Nightmare does make you

 
TroyFullbuster

Star Fox video is officially done! So that means the blog will be out this week (with the video!) Also hey I was in the C-blogs for the week for the first time! <3 Thanks DTOID!

 
lokhe

KOTOR reboot rumors resurface, confirmed by two independent My hot take: This is going to be another underdeveloped concept that EA rush out as a movie tie-in for that Old Republic movie that is supposedly in the

 
Lord Spencer

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently Those between bracket I am going to review when completed: - - -Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Switch) -Fast RMX (Switch) -Nioh: DLC(PS4)

 
CaimDark Reloaded

I played football today (the real one) for the first time in probably It was fun! I think I still somewhat got it as a Got a bit carried away though, now the bruises are

 
Soulbow

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jaygerbomb

Got a Marvel Arcade1up just before Xmas and finally got around to modding Got a Optiplex 780 in there running Retroarch, swapped the sticks for Sanwas w/ octagonal gates and Happ Lots of ROMs, lots of systems, lots of fun!

 
PhilKenSebben

Anyone want any of the unclaimed ones? Leave a First comment, first served (when I get to it in the next few I highly recommend Two Great Graveyard Keeper is alright too, for a more macabre Stardew Valley

 
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Drunk monster Hunter is best Hunter 😜

 
mullon

I like the enemy and level designs in R-Type, but I dont like how the weak points on bosses are not on their Im also pretty sure some of those levels are literally impossible to complete with limited

 
 

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