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Thimbleweed Park’s Switch Release Date Announced

on Thu, Sep 14, 2017 | By Simon Smith

Thimbleweed Park is a throwback to the heyday of point-and-click adventures that has already been very successful on multiple platforms. We recently learned that the game is heading to the Playstation 4 as well as Nintendo Switch. While a release date was announced for the Playstation 4 release, Switch fans were left waiting. Until...

You Might Have a Chance for a SNES Classic

on Thu, Sep 14, 2017 | By SeanPyle

While I often have many tabs open when surfing the web, my experience pre-ordering the SNES Classic was record-setting. I sat in intense anticipation as 12:00 p.m. came nearer, and I refreshed five different shopping sites at a rate that compromised the health of my computer. NeoGAF was guiding me through the steps I...

Accel World VS Sword Art Online PC Release Date Announced

on Sun, Sep 10, 2017 | By Tow

Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe has revealed that Accel World VS Sword Art Online Deluxe Edition is coming to PC and will be available on September 12. Two worlds collide in Accel World VS Sword Art Online – the Accelerated World and Svart Alfheim are mixing. Players may jump into the deteriorated world of Alfheim...

The Lost Child Announcement Trailer

on Sun, Sep 10, 2017 | By Tow

Developed by Kadokawa Games and published by NIS America, The Lost Child will be heading to North America and Europe in 2018 for Playstation 4 and the Playstation Vita (digital only). The story follows Hayato Ibuki, an occult journalist, as he investigates a series of mysterious suicides in Tokyo. During his investigation,...

Why I Deleted Pokémon Go

on Fri, Sep 8, 2017 | By Emmaline Shettel

Pokémon Go initially garnered huge interest and generated thousands of memes. However, I have deleted it. Growing up on Pokémon and playing Pokémon Leaf Green as my first game inspired me to download it. But, like any other mobile game, there were downsides that stifled my long-term interest. I got tired of seeing...

In Defense: Fallout 4

on Fri, Sep 8, 2017 | By Simon Smith

No game series is as interesting as Fallout. While many games have a dystopian or post-nuclear environment most of them don’t build a world so well developed. Say what you will about the Fallout franchise, but each game crafts an interesting landscape with quirky characters, missions, locations, and stories. Despite...

The Exorcist, Early-Access Review

on Fri, Sep 8, 2017 | By DougiePowell

I love indie horror games for their unique concepts. I also love that Steam has made it possible for new game developers to share them. Steam’s indie horror scene is how I discovered The Exorcist, an early-access horror game by Z Games that was released last month. In The Exorcist, you are a young, recently graduated...

L.A. Noire Headed to Current Systems

on Thu, Sep 7, 2017 | By Simon Smith

L.A. Noire brought 1940s detective adventures to the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and PC back in 2011 to moderate success. Now, six years later, publisher Rockstar Games is bringing the game to current systems. This will include the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, with enhanced visuals and 4K support on the Playstation 4 Pro and...