You’ll need to wait to continue the stylish adventures of our boy Cuphead, as the developers have delayed its expansion by another year. Adding a new island and playable character, The Delicious Last Course was previously due this year but nah, Studio MDHR say the whole pandemic has thrown them off course, and they’d rather
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Launching next week on Switch is an isometric Souls-like action-RPG that’s sure to put a gruesome spin on your festive celebrations this year. Morbid: The Seven Acolytes lands on the Switch eShop on 3rd December, promising “epic, brutal boss encounters,” diverse environments, and plenty more besides. Said to feature a “deep, immersive lore” and NPCs
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Celebrate digital games with the Cyber Deals sale on Nintendo eShop and save up to 75% on selected titles from Thursday 26th November at 15:00 CET until Thursday 3rd December at 23:59 local time. The sale includes first-time discounts on The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, and Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch. With a large range of games on offer, the Cyber Deals sale has something for
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A remaster of Xbox One’s Observer may seem an odd choice for the launch of the Series X|S. It’s a game that’s been out for barely three years, and it’s far from the blockbuster system-seller that Demon’s Souls was and is. But, having spent so much time in Observer: System Redux’s world, the remastering makes
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Having previously published VooFoo Studios’ Pure Hold’em, Ripstone have now made their own poker game in the form of Poker Club. It comes promising all the glitter and sparkles of 4K, HDR and ray tracing technology, but is it more a case of style over substance? Poker Club – if it wasn’t immediately obvious –
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Sword of the Necromancer, which started out as a Kickstarter project, will now launch a month later than planned. According to game developers JanduSoft S.L and Grimorio of Games, the monster summoning action-RPG will arrive on 28th January 2021 for the Nintendo Switch and multiple other platforms. This extra time will apparently allow the developers
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The recently released Nintendo Switch title Sakuna: Of Rice And Ruin is apparently such a convincing farming simulator, the Australian Government’s very own Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment couldn’t resist taking a look itself. Australian-based YouTuber Jay RPG recently shared a funny story via Twitter about how this particular department seemingly got “a
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