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Kerbal Space Program 2 jets into the beyond in 2020

During today's Gamescom Opening Night Live stream, Private Division unveiled a trailer for a sequel to the popular, slightly goofy, space simulation title Kerbal Space Program, which wowed audiences in 2015. Beginning with a dramatic, almo...

 
 
 
 
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Hotline Miami Collection blows up on Nintendo Switch today

Nintendo and Devolver Digital bust out a surprise announcement during the former's live stream presentation this morning, revealing that the Hotline Miami Collection will be hitting Nintendo Switch not next year, not even next month, but to...

 
 
 
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Watch the Nintendo Indie World showcase right here

9AM Eastern?! Yep, Nintendo is letting their Indie World showcase stream rip early due to the fact that Gamescom is kicking off today in Cologne, Germany. This year is poised to be the E3 of Europe as the powers that be punch things up...

 
 
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Review: Dicey Dungeons

Terry Cavanagh has created three major releases now. The first was VVVVVV and it was incredible. Then, he followed it up with Super Hexagon and guess what -- it blew everyone away. With a team helping him this time around, is it all bu...

 
 
 
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Nintendo is hosting the next Indie World shindig on August 19

An absurd amount of video game news is already lined up for August 19, aka the Monday before gamescom, but here's one more streaming event for your consideration. Nintendo is hosting another Indie World showcase, this time with "20 minutes ...

 
 
 
 
 
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The Eternal Cylinder is peak Ace Team

The Eternal Cylinder might be the most Ace Team game that Ace Team ever Ace Team'd. The folks behind Zeno Clash and Rock of Ages are trying their hand at open-world survival adventuring, and the results are as bizarre and visually arresting...

 
 
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Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair goes to bat in October

From today, the midpoint of August, it's exactly 2.5 months until the end of October. By then, we'll have our hands on a new 2.5D mascot platformer that has a popular name attached to it. Playtonic Games has revealed that Yooka-Laylee and ...

 
 
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At last! A Hat in Time hits Nintendo Switch on October 18

A Hat in Time for Nintendo Switch has shifted from an eternal "coming soon" window to a real release date: October 18, 2019. It's been a long journey to get to this point, but it should be worth the wait. The Switch version of A Hat in Time...

 
 
 
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Cyberpunk survival game Atrio: The Dark Wild is one to watch

I've had my fill of survival games these past several years, but then again, maybe I haven't. That's my reaction after watching the first trailer for Atrio: The Dark Wild, a cyberpunk survival game about building an automated base, capturin...

 
 
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Spelunky 2 unlikely to release in 2019

Spelunky is an all-time great, and I'm confident that Spelunky 2 will also be fantastic. But we won't know for sure until next year, most likely – the PS4 and PC sequel is no longer slated for a 2019 release. "Development is still go...

 
 
 
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Indie brawler Rivals of Aether is coming to Switch

At Super Smash Con last weekend, indie brawler Rivals of Aether was confirmed to be getting ported to Nintendo Switch. Announced by the game's creator, Dan Fornace, it's unclear how far into development this version is or when it will be h...

 
 
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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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Age of Wonders: Planetfall"Aiming for the moon, landing among the stars"

 

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Dicey Dungeons"Can Terry Cavanagh do no wrong?"

 

Ion Fury"Bombshell's redemption"

 

The Blackout Club"An endearing mess"

 

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Forager"Time keeps on slippin'"

 
 
 

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I was really close to putting Suikoden down after finding the first couple of hours very boring in terms of combat Im really happy I kept going as its picked up loads! Any games people have nearly put down only to find they end up loving them?

 
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Made it and folks LOVED Have never experienced more applause during scenes than in this

 
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dephoenix

Id like a future Builders game to have a time travel mechanic so you can go back to the towns halcyon days and see what they looked like before all the decay and Back when things were all shiny and

 
Electric Reaper

Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries will be leaving Netflix USA next The episodes are about 50-60 minutes long apiece, with 34 episodes

 
Parismio

Finally watched that death stranding Boy that translator sure is a trooper trying to convey Kojimas Though, Im still like:

 
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Relax, vibe out, and listen to some chill #musictoid | MAX - Acid Dreams

 
Haklen57

Seeing a Fire Emblem game receive this much positive attention has me feeling joy I cant quite fell in love with the franchise since Awakening and Fates, Im glad people are understanding why!

 
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