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Serious Sam 4 Release Date Announced
Serious Sam 4 is about to hit this August, as announced by Devolver Digital. Serious Sam 4 is the fourth game in the series and will act as a prequel. The game is coming initially to Steam and Google Stadia. But do not fear, once the Stadia exclusivity is up, Sam 4 will be coming to Xbox and PS4 too.
It’s been a good few years since we’ve seen much of Serious Sam 4, which was first announced way back in 2013. So this trailer is a nice little treat:
InXile’s Next RPG will use Unreal Engine 5
If you’re a fan of the upcoming Wasteland 3, you may be interested to know that developers InXile’s new game will be using the flabbergasting Unreal Engine 5!
Unfortunately, you can’t get so excited if you’re a PlayStation owner as InXile was recently acquired by Microsoft, and their first game as part of Microsoft Game Studios is this new RPG. Unfortunately, there is no title or anything to see but, still, Unreal Engine 5 is always good to hear right?
Iron Man VR bundle available with Move Controllers. New demo arrives today.
PlayStation have today revealed an Iron Man VR bundle, which will come with a VR headset and two PlayStation Move Controllers, as well as a copy of the game.
The bundle, available on the games release (3rd July) will also include a physical copy of Iron Man VR and will be priced at £84.99.
In other Iron Man VR news, a demo is now available on PSN. Have a look at the trailer below;
Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Launch Trailer
Warner Bros and NetherRealm Studios have released the launch trailer for Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath. If you’ve been under a rock the past few days this is the new expansion for Mortal Kombat 11 featuring new characters Fujin, Sheeva and the magnificent Robocop. Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath launches digitally at first on 26 May. Your move, creep.
Sexy dungeon crawling comedy RPG Moero Crystal H is making its way to Nintendo Switch
If you like dungeon crawling games and the comedy and ‘sexy’ games from the east you may be happy to hear that Moero Crystal H is coming to Switch in North America and Europe later this year.
If you weren’t familiar with the game, Moero Crystal H tells the tale of the “lucky Pervert” who must team up with a bunch of monster girls to reclaim the stolen Bra of Darkness. I kid you not.
A.I. Thriller Observation lands on Steam today.
BAFTA-winning Observation from No Code and Devolver Digital is available on Steam from today.
Check out the launch trailer below and read our review of the PS4 version here.
Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town gets a new trailer ahead of July release
Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town is coming to Nintendo Switch on July 3rd.
Originally released for the Game Boy Advance in 2003, this new edition is a from-the-ground-up remake of the rather lovely farming RPG. You’ll be growing crops, taking care of animals and building relationships with the local villagers.
It all looks and sounds rather sweet eh? Check out the trailer below and look out for more on Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town soon.
Borderlands 3 DLC ‘Bounty of Blood: A Fistful of Redemption’ lands June 25th
Gearbox Software announced today the dates for the next wave of free and paid DLC will release for Borderlands 3.
“Takedown at the Guardian Breach” will launch as a free content update on June 4th.
Tannis wants to send you on a reconnaissance trip to the planet of Minos Prime so you can track down the source of a mysterious Guardian signal. Upon arrival, you’ll be besieged by a sect of rogue Guardians who have split off from their brethren and have irrevocably transformed Minos Prime. Along with hordes of new enemies, you’ll have to overcome a miniboss and a final boss encounter, similar to the structure of the first Takedown. Should you survive, you’ll be rewarded for your heroic efforts with a host of new item drops, including themed weapons, gear, and collectible cosmetics.
Then on June 25th, “Bounty of Blood: A Fistful of Redemption” will launch across all platforms. It’ll be paid DLC but comes included with the season pass.
“You’ll travel to the harsh desert planet of Gehenna to claim a bounty on The Devil Riders, a vicious gang of bandits mounted atop fearsome beasts. The Devil Riders have been terrorizing the small town of Vestige, and you’ll have to team up with the locals if you want any hope of administering some frontier justice. Along the way, you’ll run into fresh faces like Rose, a warrior who’s adept with pistol and katana alike, and Juno, a rough-and-tumble brawler with a checkered past. Your actions will have a direct impact on Vestige and its denizens, as you help build the town back up through story missions and Crew Challenges alike. As you do your part to restore order to Gehenna, the narrator will chime in to provide commentary on the action, or just give a bit of insight into some characters’ innermost thoughts.”
TEAM17 partner with Sole Survivor to Publish “Honey, I Joined a Cult”
Currently in development for PC, Honey, I Joined a Cult puts players in charge of creating, operating, and growing a cult in the 1970’s. You get to customise your cult from choosing the organisation’s symbols, relics, and merchandise, to recruiting new acolytes and deciding where the toilets should be at the compound. Today Team17 announced a partnership with Sole Survivor Games to publish the game. You can join the games Discord here.
“No coercion or powers of suggestion were needed when the decision was made to sign Honey, I Joined a Cult. It has an incredibly intriguing theme, unique concept, and strong sense of humour that meant we were on board immediately.”Max Everingham, Head of Publishing, Team17
Source: Press Release
Bartlow’s Dread Machine hitting Early Access in July, Xbox One Launch This Fall
Tribetoy, the developers of Bow to Blood, have announced their next title – Bartlow’s Dread Machine. An “old timey arcade shooter”, you play as a Secret Service agent made of tin who is tasked with saving President Teddy Roosevelt from “Anarcho-Satanists intent on ruining the American way of life”. Sold.
“Bartlow’s Dread Machine is a loving tribute to early 20th-century arcade games, when you slid a nickel into a slot and these charming, rinky-dink figurines came to life. Though antiquated today, these old-timey machines have a rustic charm that’s seemingly been out of fashion for some time. Bartlow’s Dread Machine brings back the look and feel of these obsolescent cabinets, but mixes it with modern sensibilities like twin-stick shooter controls and a bevvy of weapon upgrades. We think you’ll dig it!”Matthew Hoseterey Co-Founder and Director of Design of Tribetoy
Bartlow’s Dread Machine, will debut on Steam Early Access this July, with a full comercial launch on Xbox One and Windows, in Fall 2020.
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