Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town Review

Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town Developer: MarvelousPublisher: XSEED GamesPlatforms: PC, Nintendo Switch (Reviewed)Release Date: July 14, 2020Price: $49.99 USD – Available Here $79.95 AUD – Available Here Overview It never hurts to return to your roots and when it comes to the Story of Seasons franchise, that saying hits home rather well. Ever since the 2015 shift that saw th...

WWE 2K Battlegrounds to Launch on September 18

2K announced the next WWE 2K title will be the arcade-style brawler WWE 2K Battlegrounds. The game is scheduled to launch on September 18 for Stadia, Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows via Steam. The game is available for pre-order now for AUD$69.95/NZD$79.95 for the Standard Edition and AUD$79.95/NZD$89.95 for the Deluxe Edition. The game is being developed by Saber Interactive, who pre...

Mafia: Definitive Edition Delayed to September 25

COVID-19 is delaying yet another video game. Mafia: Definitive Edition‘s release date is the latest to be affected, being pushed back from August 28 to September 25. Hangar 13 and 2K did not share any specifics on how the virus and public health restrictions are delaying development, but other studios have complained about the challenges of doing things like motion capture work with social d...

Please Be Happy, Slobbish Dragon Princess, and More Visual Novels Licensed by Sekai Project

Alongside announcing a number of release windows for previously revealed projects, Sekai Project has also announced a number of new visual novels that they are planning on bringing out in the future. These games have no release windows at this time but this first one is set to be released on both the PC as well as the Nintendo Switch when it is released and it happens to be called Please Be Happy ...

Nekopara Volume 4, Island Diary, and More Given Release Windows by Sekai Project

After keeping fans waiting a bit longer than usual, it looks like Sekai Project now has a narrower release window for Nekopara Volume 4 as well as a number of other PC visual novels that have been scheduled to be released this year. The company has announce that the English version of the game is “nearly complete” and it will be releasing sometime in November 2020 under the name Nekopa...

Outriders’ Campaign Structure and Pyromancer Class Detailed

Sometimes when developers try for something a bit different fans of the company may not know what to expect from the campaign and People Can Fly are trying to clear things up a bit for those looking forward to Outriders as the company has detailed not only how the game’s campaign will work, but also the various side-quests, companions, and travel systems that players will be able to use in t...

The Academy: The First Riddle Review

The Academy: The First Riddle Developer: Pine StudioPublisher: SnapbreakPlatform: Android, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Windows (Reviewed)Release Date: 19 June 2020Price:  $19.99 USD/ $29.95 AUD – Available Here Video Review Overview You are Sam, a new student at the prestigious Academy in Arbour. It may be your first year at the school, but there are adventures to be had and friends to make in between the ...

Destroy All Humans! New Trailer and Interactive Trailer Released

With Destroy All Humans! set to be released at the end of the month THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games have been ramping up their promotion for the title and this time around they are coming forward with two separate trailers, one that happens to focus on introducing the small town of Santa Modesta, California and the chaos the player can cause there as well as an interactive trailer with plenty of...

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope Shows Off Seven Minutes of Gameplay

A couple of weeks ago Bandai Namco announced that Supermassive Games‘ next entry in the The Dark Pictures Anthology, Little Hope, would not be making its initial release window and would instead be releasing sometime this fall and now to tide fans of the horror games over, the company has also released nearly eight minutes of gameplay footage. The video featuring the gameplay can be found be...

Disintegration Review

Disintegration Developer: V1 InteractivePublisher: Private DivisionPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed)Release Date: 16 Jun 2020Price: $49,99USD – Available Here Overview A random fact about me: sometimes I dabble in cooking. It is an exquisite art of combining two or more ingredients into something new and as a reward – you get to eat it later! And you can’t ea...

Tales of Arise Delayed to After 2020

Information about Tales of Arise has been fairly scarce since it was first revealed last year for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and it seems that recent events are at least partly the reason for that. Bandai Namco has announced that Tales of Arise will no longer be releasing sometime in 2020 and will now be releasing at some point after that as the company has not created a new release windo...

Halo Infinite Teases the Return of “The Banished”

Fans have been waiting eagerly to see what Halo Infinite has to offer since it was first revealed two years ago with little information about what type of threat the Master Chief and the UNSC will be facing off against this time around. There are always the standard Covenant forces and Sentinels to worry about as well as the possibility of the Flood but this latest teaser from Microsoft is pointin...

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