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Part seas of swarming rats in A Plague Tale: Innocence

The first three chapters of A Plague Tale: Innocence paint a harrowing picture. Its vision of a 14th-century France is full of violence and death.  The Hundred Years' War and the Inquisition's looming shadow stand poised to unspool a w...

 
 
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Judgment is poised to be another hit for the Yakuza devs

As most of you readers know, I'm a big fan of the Yakuza series. Ever since my first taste with Yakuza 3, I've been hooked and have eagerly anticipated whatever game Ryu Ga Gotoku Studios teased. Even if a few of the games have disappointed...

 
 
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The Division 2 has a hefty and challenging endgame

The Division that launched in March 2016 is a far cry from the Division that exists today. Developer Massive Entertainment created a technically-adept squad-based cover shooter that never addressed the most major component of a li...

 
 
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Resort Boss: Golf plays a pretty decent game of golf

Last summer, I sat down with a very early build of a management sim called Boss Golf. Through the developer's own words, it was an attempt to recreate the charm of such titles as Sim Golf and Rollercoaster Tycoon. I found the alpha to be ch...

 
 
 
 
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Katana Zero wears its Hotline Miami influences on its kimono

Fast, loud, vibrant, and violent. Devolver Digital's newest signee Katana Zero wastes no time making an impression, filled to the brim with the sort of constant carnage you'd expect from a game about a contract-killing samurai. It's im...

 
 
 
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ARK: Survival Evolved makes its Switch debut next month

The popular dino survival game ARK: Survival Evolved will be hitting Nintendo Switch on November 30, 2018, for $49.99. It will be bringing the original ARK map and even have an offline mode for players on the go. The online mode is said to ...

 
 
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Everything from NYCC, cosplay, and Bowsette

After a few days of recovery, it's time to wrap up our coverage of New York Comic-Con. Between all of the running around most of us did from the Javitz Center to Madison Square Garden for the big panels, the Flixist crew is pretty damned ti...

 
 
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Steel Division II is the next step in strategy game evolution

This week I was able to get a behind the scenes look at the work Eugen Systems has been putting into their upcoming World War II strategy game Steel Division II. From the onset of the demo, when game director Alexis Le Dressay said that the...

 
 
 
 
 
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Killer7 remains incredibly sick and scintillating on PC

I imagine most visitors to PAX West this year don’t even know about NIS America’s suite at the Sheraton in Seattle. In a small room on the second floor of the hotel, a half-dozen NISA employees in “Dood” jerseys dire...

 
 
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Bloodroots asks: What if Jackie Chan was a murderous viking?

PAX's Indie Megabooth is always worth checking out, and it's frequently one of the most crowded sections of the show floor. You never know exactly what to expect when you visit, but there's almost always something exciting and eye-catching ...

 
 
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What the Golf? makes a boring sport better

What the Golf? is by far the shortest appointment I had at PAX West. In the overcrowded Indie Megabooth, where a day earlier I meet former Destructoid editor Hamza for the first time, its quirky demo encourages people to watch the utte...

 
 
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Gris' beauty isn't just skin deep

Gris is an absolutely stunning game. The first title from Spanish studio Nomada made a splash in mid-August when it announced a publishing deal with Devolver Digital. Anyone can immediately tell it's a real looker. That beauty isn't j...

 
 
 
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Ooblets is cuter than should be allowed by law

Double Fine is always trying something new. The developer regularly invites employees to pitch their game ideas during its annual Amnesia Fortnight events, internal game jams where no idea is too bizarre. Several well-regarded games have re...

 
 




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Current status: Hoping Sekiro on Steam launches at midnight so I can get a sneaky hour in before bed and wake up semi tired for work tomorrow only to just want to come home and play

 
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Got some nice new tools Fancy, durable metal But of course I spent the night doing something else other than dressing up my girl in her new Warrior

 
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Sekiro sure seems like the Dark Souls of Nioh clones!

 
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D-Toid Shout Out! Just wanted to publicly thank fellow Destructoid member Sharukurusu for his generosity in the game I may do something similar down the line as this is a nice way to clear the backlog and share in the Props, kind sir!

 
 

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