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My Time at Portia is leaving early access next week

Farming/life simulator My Time at Portia (which is apparently really good) will be leaving early access next week. Launching on January 15, 2019, you'll be able to grab the game from Steam or the Epic Games store for £24.99 / $29.99 /...

 
 
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Someone made an easily digestible Stardew Valley guide

A lot of people are probably playing Stardew Valley for the first time after the recent Switch multiplayer update (which is still slated for other consoles), and man it can be intimidating. Well, not on the surface, as the tutorials teach y...

 
 
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Bigfoot is real in Two Point Hospital's new DLC

The hilariously offbeat Two Point Hospital is getting some DLC today with the likes of Bigfoot. Along with featuring the mythical monster, this new DLC will contain a brand new selection of hospital in the "Point Mountains" region. These ho...

 
 
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Review: Parkitect

Back when I reviewed Planet Coaster, I brought up that Parkitect was just starting to take shape. Well, about two years later, that shape is solidified and the game has left Early Access. I've been following the game pretty closely, re...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Switch copy of 911 Operator

This contest puts you in control: Win a Switch key for 911 Operator. My cousin is a firefighter, my sister works as a paramedic, and my brother-in-law is a corpsman. I'm surrounded by people who deal with the stress of making sure people ar...

 
 
 
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Contest: Win a Steam copy of Cattails

This contest is one to purr over: Win a Steam copy of Cattails. If you visit this here website a lot, you might have noticed that I have something of a similar setup in my contest posts. I like to start with an intro, give some game info, a...

 
 
 
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I Am Bread speedrunner toasts the old world record

I Am Bread isn't exactly a staple of the larger speedrunning community. Maybe it should be, though. I Am Bread is one of the sillier takes on the "Simulator" genres, wherein the player has to finagle a piece of bread onto heat so...

 
 
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Review: Cities: Skylines (Switch)

While not being a particularly powerful console, the Nintendo Switch has managed well with demanding games. You can somehow play both 2016’s Doom and last year's Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus on the device and it isn’t an abso...

 
 
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Review: Gone Home (Switch)

Just five years ago Gone Home first graced us with its haunting, immersive storyline. In a time when first-person narrative exploration was only an inkling of a genre, Gone Home took the concept and blew it out of the water. Five years lat...

 
 
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Boom: Breathedge is out on Steam

[This week Destructoid is sponsored by the immortal chicken in Breathedge. Also, cocks. Here's a note from our sponsor:] We at RedRuins Softworks are very excited that our first game, Breathedge is now available on Steam! In the depths of...

 
 
 
 
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Parkasaurus is my kind of management sim

Given the way Jurassic World Evolution turned out, there's plenty of room for another dinosaur park management sim to stake a claim -- especially when the game in question is rocking a name like Parkasaurus. Developer WashBear is just a few...

 
 
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Seeking serenity in Train Sim World

On the game shelf in my room, there exist some of the greatest video games of this generation. Titles like Nioh, Shadow of the Colossus, Gravity Rush 2, Uncharted 4, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for Switch,...

 
 
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Review: Pocket City

In the early years of the app store, back before freemium titles starting raking in millions through microtransactions, EA released a decent if feature-poor version of Sim City 3000 simply titled Sim City for iPhone. If you go in ...

 
 
 
 
 
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It's time for Viva Pinata 3

Last week, I got to thinking about Viva Piñata after seeing its name pop up on a list of games that use Xbox One's new FastStart feature to let you download and start playing up to twice as fast as before. "I never want to not be pla...

 
 
 




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RolanberryPrins

Starting a Starfinder game with my OG RPG crew + an Infinity sale at Miniature Market = me ordering way too many models for my painting Link in the

 
Pixie The Fairy

FFXIV apparently finally let me move my PS4 settings to my PC, no now I can multitask more It also means prettier screenshots with

 
D-Volt

Havent seen a single review for Chocobos Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! Maybe Square Enix didnt hand out any review codes? Anyways, its a solid mystery dungeon Pretty easy to tell its an upgraded Wii game

 
JcDent

He tried so

 
absolutfreak

In the home stretch for my test models of the new Evil Sunz Overall pretty happy with the Need to work on the bases and reduce a bit of the

 
Sam van der Meer

If I disliked Undertale is Deltarune at all worth playing? Baby bump: Against my better judgement I started To my relief I might already like it more! Way less

 
AtomicBanana

Just saw Captain Cannot fathom the hate, I thought it was Oh well, more to look forward

 
taterchimp

Dungeons I had a trap come to me in a dream, and I had no less than 7 ways to clue the party in to its The first guy in the room immediately set it

 
Rad Party God

My mouse scroll wheel was getting all jumpy and jittery, I was about to open it to see how I could fix it, until I saw someone mentioning a video about a kid Blowing into the mouse scroll wheel! Im beyond flabberghasted that it worked

 
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