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Review: DiRT Rally 2.0

If you're wondering what type of racer DiRT Rally 2.0 is, then let me explain my first five minutes with the title. I booted the game up and was greeted with an exceptionally plain splash screen and menu. A narrator started to talk, but I a...

 
 
 
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Metro Exodus' mutants are some marvelous monstrosities

Earlier this week, we met the people in Metro Exodus who will make Artyom's life a little easier. Now it's time for the nightmares that'll make survival a lot tougher. Below is a gallery of Metro Exodus' mutants and short descriptors a...

 
 
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Meet the characters of Metro Exodus

No matter the season, Metro Exodus' post-apocalyptic Russia is an oppressive nightmare. Summer might be a tad hotter and winter might necessitate bundling up, but this one-year trans-Siberian trek is harsh by every definition of the word. T...

 
 
 
 
 
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It's hammer time for Fury in explosive Darksiders III trailer

THQ Nordic and Gunfire Games have dropped another cataclysmic trailer for underworld adventure sequel Darksiders III. In the new video, we get to see cyber-goth hero Fury adopt her "Force Hollow" form, giving her devastating new weapons and...

 
 
 
 
 
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La-Mulana 2 is coming very soon

It has been a couple of months since we last heard anything about La-Mulana 2. The kickstarted sequel to the original cult hit was given the vague release date of "this summer." Now, out of the blue, developer Nigoro has posted a Steam comm...

 
 
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Vampiric RPG Code Vein will not see the sun in 2018

Bandai Namco has announced that its nocturnal RPG Code Vein will not make its initial 2018 release date. The tough-looking anime adventure has been delayed until next year.In a statement released by the publisher, Bandai Namco stated that t...

 
 
 
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Darkest Dungeon headed to Switch on January 18

If you want to experience dread, misery, and eventual elation on your Nintendo Switch, Red Hook is setting Darkest Dungeon loose on the system next Thursday. The dungeon-crawling game will come in at $25, with the DLC The Crimson Court pric...

 
 
 
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Watch me play vampiric action-RPG Code Vein badly

While I was at Namco Bandai's Level Up event in Paris, I had the opportunity to check out the exceedingly metal trailer for their upcoming release Code Vein, as well as get a few minutes with the hardcore action-RPG itself. Absolutely dripp...

 
 
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The next Darkest Dungeon DLC involves a Lovecraftian comet

We've got otherworldly entities, y'all. The next batch of DLC for the unrelenting dungeon-crawling RPG Darkest Dungeon will see a "hateful shard of alien origin" crash-landing into the Miller's farm. When it releases in the spring, The Colo...

 
 
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What is the hardest game you have ever played?

Sitting on my desk right now are unopened copies of Bloodborne and Dark Souls 2. Having just got a PlayStation 4, I’m playing a bit of catch up with some of the games I’ve missed over its life. I’ve never played a Dark Sou...

 
 
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Blaster Master Zero's new update sounds right up my alley

Inti Creates may not be super well known, but their fantastic job with Mega Man 9 cemented my respect for them. They clearly understood what it meant to reboot a classic series and I had no doubt that Blaster Master Zero was going to be goo...

 
 
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Review: Super Rude Bear Resurrection

Playing through Super Rude Bear Resurrection is an emotional rollercoaster. I've felt elated, frustrated, stressed, and eager while completing the game. It's been taxing and challenging as hell, but I just can't get enough. Let's get someth...

 
 
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Volgarr the Viking is headed to PS4 and Vita with Cross-Buy

Volgarr the Viking is a prime example of how old-school design never stopped being fun. There are a bunch of cheaply-placed pitfalls and the difficulty curve is a lot more front-loaded than I'd like, but besting the game's obstacles is an i...

 
 
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Games are kicking my ass right now, and it's great

"There's nothing to play right now" is an all-too-common sentiment when the novelty of holiday releases begins to wane. Personally, 2016 has already brought a wealth of Good Stuff that I'll be playing well in to the end of this year, and th...

 
 




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The top Steam releases of June are actually pretty decent for Bloodstained and other great indie games appeared

 
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Just a quick painting exercise on a throw away mini in preparation for

 
mullon

I listened to the Xenoblade Chronicles X soundtrack That game was so grand, it should have been appreciated more than it It better get a Switch

 
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Ive seen a lot of love for BA here, but this girl has stolen my heart twice

 
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Gonna start posting some songs this ones nice

 
Fuzunga

FINALLY, AUGUST 16TH!

 
Inquisitive Ravenclaw

Remember My Nintendo? ME NEITHER! That said, if you go there theyre giving away some Splatoon 2 clothes for 100 Platinum Coins (the free Bump!

 
Seymour

Hey, dicks! Scheckin and having just posted my first original vocal and lyrical track ever! Inspired by Faith No More, Alice In Chains, and a variety of experimental Though, dont be too harsh on the I came up with them in, 3

 
 

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