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Destiny 2's PC beta starts at the end of this month

Those eager to get some early Destiny 2 gameplay going will be delighted to know that the PC beta for Bungie's sci-fi space opera will be held from August 29 through 31. If you pre-order the game through Battle.net, you can get an extra day...

 
 
 
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Moons of Madness brings psychological horror to Mars

Moons of Madness is a first-person horror game set on a Mars research station where sanity-shattering hallucinations await. I don't know about you, but that sounds like a decent way to spend an afternoon. Developer Rock Pocket Games says it...

 
 
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No Man's Sky is back this week with another major update

No Man's Sky is mostly a distant memory for me at this point, but with an ARG brewing and people getting jazzed about uncovering its secrets, the sci-fi exploration game has been back on my mind. We've known about a possible August launch f...

 
 
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Blackhole: Complete Edition comes to PS4 & Xbox One

Blackhole is making its way over to consoles in the form of a Complete Edition, which gathers all of the game’s available DLC, this week. If you consider yourself a fan of indie games, this should definitely be on your radar. I’...

 
 
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Review: Tacoma

There's a certain stillness to space station Tacoma. Though it orbits through space and its compartments rotate in steady automation, the station is terribly quiet. It once buzzed with life. The signs of Tacoma's former inhabitants are ines...

 
 
 
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Half-Life 3 would not be the end according to series writer

Half-Life 3 has become a bit of a running gag in the video game industry. With either perpetual delays or work never being started, the fate of the series is completely unknown at this point. We basically could throw out ludicrous ideas and...

 
 
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Review: Elite Dangerous

The other day my son came downstairs long after bedtime. He didn’t want a drink of water or another story; he heard me jumping into hyperspace and wanted to watch. At three he is already a space nut who can name every planet in our so...

 
 
 
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Early Access Review: Oxygen Not Included

It's a new day and a new colony. My duplicants, dead-eyed and bushy-tailed, eagerly dig out rock with abandon in every direction. Beds are placed, power is created, and research is done. Things are looking up! Wait, why are things looking&h...

 
 
 
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Playdead founder reveals his new studio and its first game

Almost one year to the day after Inside originally launched, Playdead co-founder Dino Patti has revealed his next venture. After a less-than-amicable departure from Playdead, Patti has helped start a new studio which is in the process...

 
 
 
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Star Child is an upcoming sci-fi sidescroller for PS VR

During Sony's E3 presentation, the company announced an upcoming sci-fi sidescroller for the PlayStation VR titled Star Child. The game will be developed by Playful and published by GameTrust, which was previously responsible for Song of th...

 
 
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Steal and plunder in Klei's all new Grift Lands

Klei Entertainment's new sci-fi game Grift Lands has a beautiful aesthetic and features turn-based combat. In this role-playing game you'll make alliances and have the ability to betray your comrades if the need arises. In fact, ...

 
 
 
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Klei's space colony sim is coming soon to Steam Early Access

One of the projects in the works at Klei Entertainment is Hot Lava, a clever video game take on the real-world children's game about not touching the fiery floor. That's a known quantity for me. But the studio's other new game, Oxygen Not I...

 
 
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Sci-fi exploration game Exo One looks like a total trip

Exo One is the type of game that's better seen than explained. It makes total sense, then, that the first line under "About this project" on its Kickstarter page isn't a written summary, but a gif -- a short snippet of momentum-based gamep...

 
 
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Action-RPG The Surge really wants you to lop off limbs

Deck13 has garnered interest from Dark Souls fans, myself included, with The Surge. It's an action-RPG with a near-future-Earth twist that has you dodging, whittling away at your enemies, and striking with a finishing move to slice off spe...

 
 
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Review: Graceful Explosion Machine

Another week, another Switch indie game to be reviewed that falls in a niche genre. This time it's the timed exclusive Graceful Explosion Machine -- a colorful score-driven space shooter that many people have compared to Geometry Wars ...

 
 
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The Surge is doing its sci-fi action-RPG thing in May

"The Surge" isn't just something you'll find in a stuck-in-time pizza joint's soda fountain -- it's also an upcoming sci-fi action-RPG from Deck13. Has the studio learned some hard lessons from its 2014 release Lords of the Fallen? I'd sure...

 
 
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ELEX is odd and janky, but totally open

Breath of the Wild has given me a whole new appreciation for open-world games. I love the amount of freedom you have in tackling the quest (or not bothering with it) and the order in which you can tackle it. While games like Grand Theft Aut...

 
 
 
 




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Flegma

FEW gets the Japanese voice pack as a free download -- Ill pass, I got better use for the remaining storage I have left on

 
Flegma

#OkändOnsdag Knightmare 2: Maze of Galious (Konami, 1987) is a metroidvania that was an inspiration to a popular Japanese indie freeware metroidvania in No, not Cave Story (Studio Pixel, 2004), the other (YT video by MSX2PLUS)

 
GiantTabby

My 3-year old niece beat Monument I only helped her a couple of times, but it was only to teach her the The rest she finished on her own! Im proud of her and want to nurture that problem-solving brain of

 
Shibboleth

So Nightwish is playing Atlanta in March, but I dont really know anyone in Is it worth going to a concert alone?

 
whatsacow

Fuck I feel like setting a church on fire right Fuck play some Evil Within Hopefully it calms me

 
Rad Party Skellington

And Perseus Mandate is I gotta give credit where credit is due, they really tried to make the best out of what they had, they tried to roll with the insanity of Extraction Point and improve on A solid expansion all I liked it

 
Marcel Hoang

Yeah, that makes

 
dubd95b

Well officially bored of destiny 2; luckily forza 7 is here to make it all better

 
The Baked Potato

Oh hey, this only has 15k Shame on you, internet! Shame on you!

 
dephoenixlikessandwiches

Im following Pumpkin Spice Fuzungas lead and posting my own spine This is from a copy of the anime Shangri-La the Compete Series #Typotoid

 
 

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