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Forager is worth playing again with the Combat update

Forager is arguably too easy for its own good, but HopFrog is raising the stakes with the newly-released Combat update on Steam. Along with endgame tasks like an endless enemy-filled realm called The Void and two new gear tiers (Void and Co...

 
 
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Control's photo mode is going to be the absolute best

A lot of bonkers shit happens in Control, and everyone's free to document it all. Record some gameplay as Former tries to murder you. Snap off a screenshot as Jesse finds the Hotline for the first time. Tomorrow, that documentation gets a h...

 
 
 
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Review: John Wick Hex

Licensed tie-in games used to be a dime a dozen before the age of mobile gaming. It seemed like every time a gigantic blockbuster film was coming out, there was a publisher releasing a hastily thrown together title to coincide with the film...

 
 
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Review: Concrete Genie

Although big studios tend to boast about their so-called "AAA" projects the most, a number of them have a stable of impressive, smaller-scale developers under their wing that bring the indie heat. Microsoft signed Moon Studios for Ori and t...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: Curse of the Vampire

When it comes to adaptations, comic sources are an open book. While it's much tougher to stringently adapt, say, a theatrical series with one entry, comics are a decade-spanning font that offer up endless amounts of narratives and team-ups ...

 
 
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Kamala Khan is exactly what Marvel's Avengers was missing

Marvel's Avengers has had a less-than-ideal rollout, but things are picking up at New York Comic-Con. The latest reveal? Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, is not only in the game, she's a main character. Early reactions around the Destructoid o...

 
 
 
 
 
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Review: The Surge 2

Liquid sugar: that's pretty much Surge in a nutshell (or a can!). Somehow, someway, 21% of your daily carbohydrate value is fulfilled with just one (okay, rather big 16 ounce) serving size, and with 69 milligrams of caffeine, you'll be...

 
 
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Review: Contra: Rogue Corps

There are Contra games I still play annually to this day — and I'm not just referring to the original. I really have to give a ton of credit to Shattered Soldier and Neo Contra, the two (these days, low key) PS2 entries, for layi...

 
 
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Dying Light 2 already plans on four years of DLC

Dying Light 2, a video game that doesn't yet have a firm launch date, is already promising years and years worth of add-ons. Assuming it launches sometime in spring 2020, Techland's open-world zombie survival sequel will be supported throug...

 
 
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Review: Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series - Episode 2

A VR lightsaber game with Touch remotes seems like a no-brainer: like the sort of thing Oculus should have locked up years ago and paraded on stage during a major conference. But alas, the Star Wars license is as fickle as the battle betwee...

 
 
 
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Review in Progress: Code Vein

If it wasn't obvious enough yet, it's worth saying right now: Code Vein is like Dark Souls. It's cliché to try to compare From Software's landmark series to anything these days, but the shoe fits in this case. It fits so we...

 
 
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Review: Exit the Gungeon

It's hard to believe, but the relatively recent Enter the Gungeon is now officially a franchise. I mean it pretty much cemented itself as one once the arcade cabinet was unveiled at E3 this year, but now it's officially official with a clev...

 
 
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Here's my number one Surge 2 tip: turn in your audio logs!

Experience isn't hard to come by in The Surge 2: if you know where to look. Although you can grind out XP (which helps you upgrade your rig/stats and gear) endlessly if you really want, it's smarter to earn it by way of sidequests. One of t...

 
 
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Bandai Namco will give you a copy of Code Vein for your blood

Bandai Namco is teaming up with the American Red Cross to promote Code Vein with a blood drive. Anyone attending TwitchCon this weekend in San Diego will have the chance to give a pint of blood and get a free copy of the upcoming Souls-lik...

 
 




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taterchimp

Got all my characters back in DQ11, and the game really doesnt hold much back, now does it? Still much to go, it

 
Inquisitive Ravenclaw

Okami is going to be back, apparently! Nothing specific, but I guess theyre going to be working on it

 
Boxman214

#FreedomFriday

 
dephoenix

So, uh, Okami 2 may have just been sort of And Im about to Please be

 
TheLimoMaker

I wonder where my Dino Crisis Remake is

 
Voltaic Owl

When asked what will you play for Halloween?, everyone says something like Hauntdeath 4: The Bloodening or Meanwhile, Im gonna be over here grabbing Master Emerald shards at Pumpkin

 
mullon

Man it hurts to see your comment

 
Dr Mel

Star Citizen looks like the answer to the question what if we actually had a generational leap and didnt just get slightly prettier PS3 games this generation?

 
Spooky RiffRaff

Im a huge fan of nearly everything Nintendo, but I find a reading of an HR manual by Toby Flenderson more engaging and interesting than Any other Nintendo fans feel the same, or is it just me?

 
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