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Review: Hades

The buzz surrounding Hades is spot-on, and it only took one failed escape from hell for me to fall in love with its isometric hack-and-slash combat. It's blisteringly fast but readable even when your screen is full of fiends. It's easy to p...

 
 
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Spelunky 2 guide: Tips I wish I would've known sooner

30 hours into Spelunky 2, I've beaten the game exactly once – and come close countless other times. While much of that time was admittedly spent exploring potential branching routes and figuring out what's up with certain elusive NPCs...

 
 
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Hades' 1.0 patch unlocks the true ending

After a very lengthy Early Access period that spanned the Epic Games Store and Steam, Hades is finally out and it's making quite the splash. And with a full release comes a full 1.0 patch, which finally enables folks to witness the tru...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Early Access Review: Rogue Legacy 2

We've been spoiled by all of the great roguelike games over the past few years, but for some people's money, there's no topping Rogue Legacy, a platformer spanning generations of would-be heroes. Seven years later, Cellar Door Games is back...

 
 
 
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Review: Risk of Rain 2

When I first jumped into the Early Access phase of Risk of Rain 2, I enjoyed my time but naturally wanted more. I haven't revisited it since, and have been pleasantly surprised by the amount of content the game has in its 1.0 release. A rog...

 
 
 
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Review: Void Terrarium

A girl with fungus growing out of her face? Let's hope she doesn't come across Ellie or Joel.

 
 
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Risk of Rain 2 wraps up PC Early Access on August 11

Plenty of us have bought into Risk of Rain 2 during its terrific Early Access run, but if you've been waiting for a certain magic number, it won't be much longer. The PC version is up first with a 1.0 release on August 11, 2020. As menti...

 
 
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Rogue Legacy 2 is slipping a few weeks to August 18

Cellar Door Games is taking a few extra weeks to launch Rogue Legacy 2 on Steam and the Epic Games Store due to "a few development setbacks." The revised Early Access release date? August 18, 2020. They need time to "get the game into a sta...

 
 
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Rogue Lords will be doing the monster mash in 2021

During yesterday's Nacon Connect presentation, we got a closer look at Rogue Lords, the creepy-kooky-spooky-ooky roguelike first revealed during last month's PC Gaming Show.Co-developed by Cyanide and Leikir Studios, Rogue Lords has players...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: West of Dead

West of Dead finds you playing as an unnamed specter, returned from the dead, and placed in Purgatory, Wyoming. No memory as to how you got there, and nothing to do but hunt down a preacher who might have the answers you seek. To find the p...

 
 
 
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Giveaway: Colt Canyon (NA only: Steam, Xbox, NSW)

Well howdy partners! Ole Mike here, and I am back with another giveaway for a game that I think is pretty darn neato. Colt Canyon is the title in question, and I think it's quite the banger. It's a top down, wild west, roguelite-ish blast. ...

 
 
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One Step From Eden is available right now on PS4

In a surprise drop, Humble Games' award-winning One Step From Eden is now available to purchase on PS4. Having previously found fame on PC and Nintendo Switch earlier this year, the deck-building roguelike is now available to download on th...

 
 




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TheIntern

Played a handful of demos last Swarm the City is a personal Rabbit Hole is Silent Hill if the evil presence of the town was Death Trash was Tormented Souls looked great but a weird You should play Dread

 
Kerrik52

Ive messed around with Typhon powers a bit and tried Kinetic Blast feels like Thankfully, Mooncrash is hard enough to match Having runs in a roguelite with permanence is a genius Really makes decisions

 
Hypno

Taking a shitpost break to say Narita Boy is pretty great and its criminal how few people know about it

 
ShadeOfLight

I fucked Heres some more Metroid Dread art to make it up to All-time favorite Samus art in the

 
GoofierBrute

Tried to get the Skyward Sword joy-cons and Metroid Dread, but they sold out before I could get them (Godamnit Oh well, at least I got the Dread the

 
NeoTurbo

Welp, Im hooked on CrossCode Its plot immediately sucked me in, and the setting vaguely reminds me of that one arc in Combat is also way more engaging (and challenging) then I was Still doing quests in Rookie Harbor

 
Trevlyn

Metroid Dredge got me in the mood to do another run through of I love the atmosphere, forgot how linear it can be

 
dephoenix

Dont expect much else from me but Metroid Dread This is my life

 
RiffRaff

Anyone play Persona Strikers on Im curious about your handheld mode Sometimes the small screen was a bit too cluttered in AoC but Would you say the same about Strikers?

 
Mamekuma

Sandra Oh is quickly becoming one of my favorite A-list voice actors of the past few Between She-Ra (Castaspella) and Invincible (Debbie), I hope she gets more roles, maybe in She brings a certain tone that I find really appealing

 
 

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