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1 February 2024 @ 5:35 am
Suicide Squad is only one of the best new games dropping in February… Today is a very good day to need something new to play.
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26 January 2024 @ 6:16 am
What a great time to be a fighting game fan... But wait, here are 5 things you should know before your “fist meets fate” in Tekken 8.
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5 January 2024 @ 5:58 am
2023 was filled with amazing games that didn't get the attention they deserve. Here are the top 5 underrated games it’d be a shame to miss.
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30 December 2023 @ 8:37 pm
A new year means new games! January 2024 delivers these 5 new releases. Save some cash on all your pre-orders for the new year with CDKeys.
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25 December 2023 @ 12:24 am
Could 2024 be the best year ever for new games? Check out this list of hype-inducing games promised for the new year and decide for yourself...
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20 December 2023 @ 3:30 am
With instant digital delivery, the best Christmas gifts are just a click away. Here are the best (and easiest) holiday gifts of 2023 🎁
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18 December 2023 @ 6:52 am
What’s an extra month or two after years of waiting… right? Here are 10 delayed games we (still) can’t wait to play in 2024.
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8 December 2023 @ 5:59 am
The Game Awards winners have been chosen! And honestly… the choice for Game of the Year 2023 is no surprise…
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1 December 2023 @ 3:18 am
December wraps up 2023 with a few titles we've been waiting all year for. Here are 5 games NOT to sleep on this month.
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20 November 2023 @ 1:37 pm
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21 February 2024 @ 8:11 am
Persona 3 is widely considered the best of the series, despite the fact that the fifth episode is the one that most people are familiar with. But, thanks to the fact that Persona 5 made so visible the project that started out as a Shin Megami Tensei offshoot, the flood gate of remasters has opened. After Persona 4 Golden, now we have the chance to play a remaster that promises to be even better than the original.
It is undeniable that Persona 5 was a breakthrough moment for the whole series, making an already successful franchise widely known to the western public. This of course led to Atlus trying to bank the newly found popularity and churning out not just sequels, but also attempts to cash dusted off versions of the previous episodes.
From all those attempts Persona 3 Reload stands the tallest since it is a complete remake, that transplants the story and characters of the third episode into the modern looks and mechanics of the fifth. The result is inspiring an...
20 February 2024 @ 4:39 pm
We’re two days away from printing and we don’t yet have our main story. This is a problem considering our fledgling news organization is trying to put out a story with a specific featured topic to satisfy a Mafia request. So, I skip a few investigative possibilities about sports and culture and keep a reporter ready to go.
That crucial piece of news is found and then processed in the nick of time, and we go to press on Sunday with it on the front page. We sell more than 10,000 copies and we get an outpost in another neighborhood, even though some of our stories aren’t entirely timely and at least one of them is badly written.
I want to invest some of the money we made into creating a better office environment, which should boost the quality of our articles. And this week we’re not printing any special interest stories and the editors will focus on putting out the best newspaper possible.
News Tower is developed by Sparrow Night and published by Twin Sails Interact...
19 February 2024 @ 6:58 pm
Fans still remember fondly the adventures of Edward Kenway wandering around the Caribbean aboard the Jackdaw. Considered by many one of the best Assassin’s Creed games, one of the most memorable parts that conquered the heart of the audience were the naval battles. Ubisoft, realizing that they stumbled on the golden egg tried to reproduce the success and it only took them seven years to ship the game.
Meanwhile, Skull and Bones became a bad meme and the best example of developers hell, along with another game signed by the same publisher. But unlike Beyond Good and Evil 2, the pirate-themed game finally managed to get released and left me wondering why there was so much time needed to put together a game that although is not bad, is not in any way or form outstanding.
Once again, Skull and Bones is a try to milk the Live Service formula delivering limited content at first with the promise to expand upon it following a rigorous update schedule. In the meantime, ther...
16 February 2024 @ 9:50 am
My loyal apprentice has built his not-so-humble abode, extending my realm’s borders quite a bit. There are some nice resources I will exploit in the area, boosting my gold income significantly. I have also just noticed a new mana source and I’m thinking about which of my armies should challenge its defenders.
In the meantime, I use one of my cults, alongside some things I picked up from a battle site, to start the creation process for a new demon. My wizard is just starting his Demonologist career and it’s a good idea to try as many combinations as possible and see what creatures emerge.
I have two cities that I need to infiltrate with cults as quickly as possible. And there are two wizards moving their armies around, threatening my turf. The current plan is to get my apprentice to deal with one of them and hope that the other avoids conflict for a while until more demons are ready.
SpellForce: Conquest of Eo - Demon Scourge is developed by Owned by Gravity and pu...
16 February 2024 @ 9:43 am
The bears are starting to be a problem. I fought four of them, supported by a few auxiliary units, during a big siege and they mauled a few of my archers. Maybe because I got overtly cautious and refused to use any magic to help my forces. But this could be a long war and it’s a good idea to avoid spending resources early.
Now the bears are fighting alongside wolf riders and a Rusalka, and my army might take some significant casualties. They pushed their cavalry too far in front, which made it easy to deal with. A few fire bolts softened up the brown terrors. But my nagas and swordsmen will surely take hits in the coming turns, and I know that another army might challenge me in a few turns.
Master of Magic: Scourge of the Seas is developed by MuHa Games and Eerie Forest Studio, with publishing from Slitherine Ltd. This is the second downloadable content pack for the strategy title, designed to introduce a range of new options and mechanics for fans.
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16 February 2024 @ 9:33 am
The Blood Angels are a tough tactical nut to crack. They have pushed their capable heroes to the front, disrupting the T’au lines and negating much of their long-range firepower. Some of my battlesuits have already jumped away to get into the right weapon range, delivering some accurate salvos.
But my limited supply of drones and my Fire Warrior breachers are in trouble and it might be impossible to save them. I could push the Ethereal forward in a risky move and use the Hammerhead to hit from a distance. But it might be time to think about which units will be sacrificed for the greater good, as the rest of the T’au force falls back to an easier-to-defend position.
Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector - T'au is developed by Black Lab Games and published by Slitherine Ltd, the same companies as with the core game. As with previous downloadable content packs for the tactics title, gamers get access to a new faction, including heroes and units.
The T’au are one of the more...
15 February 2024 @ 1:38 pm
A fast dodge allows my character to avoid an incoming attack and puts her in a prime spot for a counterattack. A series of quick swipes eliminates the creature but, unfortunately, I don’t get the perfect food drop I was hoping for. Still, I get into a Cortex, unlock a new attack pattern, and prepare myself for what appears to be a boss battle straight ahead.
This enraged creature isn’t easy to deal with. It can fly, it is protected by a shield, and it is constantly attacking with energy orbs and by dropping pillars from the ceiling. The idea, as always, is to learn the patterns, force it to expose a weak spot, and go to town on that while avoiding taking too much damage. It takes around eight tries, but I manage to kill the beast and push my way to my target, a sleeping shaman.
That’s when another character intervenes and delivers some exposition that I only half understand. I’m hoping that I will get a solid character upgrade, one that’s not linked to food. Instea...
14 February 2024 @ 11:49 am
Rocksteady managed to create the most popular superhero videogames of all time. The Batman Arkham series are famous for their extremely fluid combat, very well thought out story arc and an unparalleled attention for detail. That is why it is so hard to explain why Warner Brothers renounced all this and chose to continue in the direction of Gotham Knights and now Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
While in the case of Batman’s apprentices we can argue that the developers from WB Games Montreal are not the ones who built Arkham and they wanted to do something different, in the case of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League I cannot explain why Rocksteady chose to use as inspiration the recipe from Marvel Avengers. If anything, the whole fiasco surrounding the game published by Square Enix should be a cautionary tale about the dangers of abusing the live service model.
Yet here we are, with a game placed in the Batman Arkham universe starring a bunch of B-lister...
13 February 2024 @ 12:03 pm
The German attacks have so far been manageable, with relatively light losses on the Allied side, so I’ve decided to send most of our healed patients back to HQ and release the crippled ones back to civilian life. But now a bigger strike is coming and almost everyone will have to go back to the front, even if that means they’ll sooner or later be back in triage.
The doctors who are constantly assessing casualties are getting tired, which is a problem considering they have significant patient queues to deal with. I decided to prioritize the lighter wounds, which take less time to deal with and deny treatment to two severely injured soldiers. In a perfect world, everyone would get the best possible care, but World War I is cruel, and hard decisions are often required. The cemetery team is also getting tired.
I then re-allocate my capable nurses to help more and send the scout team to deal with another incident around the hospital, hoping that they might bring back som...
12 February 2024 @ 12:01 pm
When the arcade cabinets still roamed the Earth, most youngsters were queuing up to spend quite a lot of tokens to beat the pixels out of each other in virtual arenas. The popularity of fighting games faded considerably since then, but three franchises managed to survive and became household names. After successful recent entries in the Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter series, this time around it is up to Tekken to unleash its roster of over-the-top characters.
And Tekken 8 does not disappoint, the developers did not hold back at all. We have rich and detailed visuals thanks to Unreal 5 Engine, a truly comprehensive story and a tuned-up fighting system that punishes heavily button smashing. But is it enough to make up for the seven long years fans had to wait to once again experience the thrill of the Iron Fist Tournament?
The new story feels the most comprehensive and detailed in the history of the franchise, but it acts very friendly towards the new players as we...