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  1. The Council - episodic narrative RPG

    This looks intriguing, and only a week to the release of Episode 1.
  2. Ancestors Legacy

    New F2P multiplayer RTS/RTT game with a Viking theme. Looks very similar to Total War: Arena. Official Gameplay Trailer: Official site: https://destructivecreations.pl/ancestors-legacy/ Steam page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/720380/Ancestors_Legacy_Multiplayer_Open_Beta/ I think it looks cool.
  3. Just announced at Capcom Cup, a collection which includes Street Fighter 1, four iterations of Street Fighter II, the three Alpha games and all three Street Fighter IIIs. Online play for SFII', Super Turbo, Alpha 3 and 3rd Strike as well. Oooof. PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC. http://www.capcom-unity.com/strumslinger/blog/2017/12/10/celebrate-30-years-of-street-fighter-with-the-street-fighter-30th-anniversary-collection
  4. So I've had to update this topic a bit, as I've ended up getting my wires crossed and there are indeed two Road Rash style games peeking over the horizon. The first is the rather excellent looking Road Redemption, which has been a Steam Early Access hit, looks fabulous and is now available on PC & Mac via Steam and is planned for consoles later in 2018, the second is Road Rage, a console game launching for consoles on October 24th and is up for pre-order with Amazon having it available on PS4 and Xbox One for just £16.99. Both games seem to be touting much the same features, open world, lots of missions, campaign mode and of course, biker combat. Road Redemption is the clear winner of the two though, fluid looking play, more interesting maps, better art and more bikes on the road. Road Rage is set in a Detroit style abandoned city, where gangs have taken over and in order to survive, you aim to join and lead one. Your actions in the game will change how the narrative plays out, but it looks more like a trip down the streets of Saints Row than a big, ambitious open world. Road Redemption is also an open world game which is backed by a story based campaign. This time the game tasks you to rescue a fellow biker who was captured, after his failed assassination attempt of the despot who runs the now post apocalyptic world. The setting will take you across desserts, cities and frozen wastes. From the videos I've seen, it looks like a hoot. Off road driving seems common with bikes regularly seen jumping from the tops of skyscrapers and across open desserts. It actually reminded me a touch of Motorstorm: Apocalypse in how wonderfully off road it all seems. The combat has been sufficiently ramped up since the 16 bit glory days, with guns, swords, chains, pipes, viking axes and the classic kick move all ensuring that the bike combat remains a big part of the games focus. There's a cracking review of it from Lord Ridiculous, which should give you a good feel for what the game is offering: This looks like a no-brainer for fans of Road Rash, and PC and Mac users can grab a copy today. Console gamers will have to hold out to see if Road Rage defies expectations and is worth a punt whilst waiting for Road Redemption in 2018. For what it's worth, unless truly appalling reviews begin to drip out, the super low price point represents a low enough risk that I don't mind giving it a go.
  5. Biomutant, THQ Nordic

    This looks interesting.
  6. https://mixer.com/xbox The Mixer stream might be a bit more flaky but if your Gamertag is associated with your Mixer account (just sign in with your MS account), you'll get a MixPot (free games) And some info has already leaked: - New “Eye of Obsidian” adventure - “T8-NK” Corebot frame. - HDR support - Xbox One X enhanced visuals - $20 Excited for that - I still haven't gotten around to playing Recore.
  7. The Long Dark

    I think this game is good enough to warrant it's own thread, I was surprised there wasn't one already. It just recently launched at mid price, 23 quid, on all the major platforms. It's been in early access as an open world survival game for ages. It now has a good story mode with 5 chapters, but only 2 have been released so far with the other 3 coming as free downloads. I put about 40 hours into the sandbox mode a few years back, but it's been overhauled since then and is now pretty beautiful and highly polished. If you like survival games, especially solo, this is the best one I've played. Highly atmospheric and scary at times. Just checked - rated very positive on steam with 25k reviews and 4.5/5 on xbox.
  8. Surf World Series

    Remember when surfing games were all the rage and Kelly Slater was king? No? But do you remember the surfing game he put his name to*? Yeah the one with the similar box branding to Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. Anyway, if you loved that, then you'll be getting wet(suit) for Surf World Series coming Augist 30th to PS4, Xbox One and Steam Check out the teaser trailer. *It was legitimately decent in all fairness.
  9. Fable Fortune

    Hey you! Yes you! Do you like Hearthstone but don't own a PC or capable phone? Maybe you love Magic, but didn't like the setting. Gwent a bit too Witcher for your liking? Then you need... FABLE FORTUNE The CCG based on the Fable world. It is out now on Game Preview for £7.99
  10. We are getting Slime Rancher - XB1 Trials Fusion - XB1 Bayonetta - X360 Red Faction Armageddon - X360 ORIGINAL POST So here are the rumoured games for August's GWG and it is a good list if true. Assassin's Creed Chronicles India - X1 Firewatch - X1 Forza Horizon 2 - 360 Condemned - 360 http://www.somosxbox.com/rumores-de-los-games-with-gold-de-agosto-2017/749723
  11. This looks great. A bit Blade Runner, a bit Soma. http://store.steampowered.com/app/514900/observer/ Comes out in three months. First game that's interested me in a while. Might be enough to tide me over until Cyberpunk 2077.
  12. Black The Fall

    Out not, reviews look mostly positive, if not outstanding. Anyone played it yet?
  13. Why has this been overlooked? I've been desperate for a Mashed/Micro Machines replacement for years, and with the new MM being so shit it inspired me to dig through the PSN archives. Wow! This is amazing. Really cool physics, super easy controls, great effects, weapons are fun and fair. There are three modes, race, king of the hill and then a micro machines style where you have to avoid dropping off the screen. That last mode is by far the best. And there are loads of clever little balancing features.. - you start each turn in reverse order - boosts are dropped behind the leader meaning you can grab them to catch up. It really is cracking, up to 8 cars on the track, 4 player local. Get it! £7.99 on PSN.
  14. Epic Halo series retrospective

    Vice article on Halo. Some interesting details. https://waypoint.vice.com/en_us/article/the-complete-untold-history-of-halo-an-oral-history
  15. https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/nba-playgrounds/cid=EP2609-CUSA06923_00-NBAPLAYGROUNDS17 Out today and looks to be NBA Jam in every way other then name which is no bad thing in my opinion. Can totally see them putting classic players in as DLC somewhere down the line £15.99
  16. Little Nightmares

    I couldn't find a thread for this so apologies if a duplicate. After playing this at EGX last year I picked this up today for it's paltry budget price. If you liked Inside then just go buy Little Nightmares now. I'm I think about half way through and it is utterly brilliant. It's looking like being one of my favourites games so far this year and that's saying something given the year we've had already. Basically take Inside, a dash of Trapdoor, Little Big Planet and a dash of your childhood fears and you're there. I urge people to not watch spoilers and take the plunge. I just hope the rest holds up to what I've played so far. As info this runs at 60fps on PS4 Pro and at a higher res, looks fine on my standard model though.
  17. The Golf Club 2

    So this is out in two months, the sequel to the greatest golf game ever made. I put many, many hours into the first and it became probably only the second game I legitimately got very good at. The new swing mechanic is all going to be tough, its based entirely on the tempo, so no more pauses after your backswing. Enhanced social elements to make multi-player easier, along with enhanced graphics, course creator, and its also been announced that all original TGC courses can be carried over to the new one. Day one for me.
  18. What Remains of Edith Finch

    Thought this deserved its own topic as it's getting rather good reviews and is out tomorrow. It's a several hours long walking simulator, which seems like the perfect antidote to the lengthy epics we've been getting over the past few months. The hook of the game seems to be a more morbid Gone Home. You play as a girl returning to her family home and exploring the rooms of her now long-dead relatives. So far, so derivative. But what sets it apart is that you play as a participant in each family member's death via flashbacks. While most reviews have wisely steered clear of spoiling too much, these are meant to be extremely diverse (in terms of both presentation and tone), imaginative and often very sad. It's from The Unfinished Swan devs and although there aren't tons of reviews out yet, the ones that are look really promising. It's out tomorrow for £15.99, but if you preorder it on PSN today and are a Plus member, it's £12.79.
  19. Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom

    Couldn't see a thread for this, so I thought I'd start one, cos it looks pretty nice. Shiness is an Action-RPG developed by indie development studio Enigami, which will let you travel in a captivating universe doomed to destruction ever since the fragmentation of the planet Mahera... Travel through an enthralling and interactive world as Chado and his 4 companions, and develop your characters Hyper-dynamic combat mixing magic with combos, parries, and blocks like a traditional arena fighter Develop 2 types of skills (physical attacks and magic) and unlock new talents and spells Explore and interact with a vast world made of multiple environments thanks to you and your companions’ special powers and skills Numerous quests and side-quests will give you the opportunity to develop your characters and their reputation Play as Chado and his companions, and travel across the Celestial Islands onboard a flying boat. After a rough landing on hostile territory, you find yourself in the midst of a power struggle between several kingdoms. Chado might be able to resolve this situation thanks to Shiness, a magical spirit that only he can see. Explore a large and captivating world with which you'll be able to interact thanks to the power of your 5 playable characters: crush a big rock using pure strength to enter a secret cave, or use telekinetic powers to activate some mechanisms and discover a back entry… During your journey, you'll meet dozens of dangerous enemies with whom you'll have to face off during hyper-dynamic fights mixing magic, and traditional fighting game mechanics (hit, block, combos…). Gain experience during those fights, while progressing in the storyline or by accomplishing numerous side quests. Evolve your characters, learn new skills and spells, and become the hero who will unify the civilizations of Mahera. ACG gave it a buy:
  20. http://www.cradlegames.com/index.php/hellpoint Spotted this in a facebook ad the other day. Hellpoint is currently going through Kickstarter, which I'd tend not to post about, but there's actually a demo available which I'm currently downloading. Also plenty of footage on youtube. The game is set on a space station that's orbiting a black hole. Apparently the position of the station, relative to the singularity, will have a real-time impact on the sanity of the stations inhabitants. From what I've watched, it looks like a pretty decent souls-like, if a little ropey in some areas (mainly some combat animations in my opinion), but it's not due until next year so there's plenty of time for improvement. Lots of concepts, more footage and links to the demo on their Kickstarter page here -
  21. The Sexy Brutale

    The Sexy Brutale is out today! Xbox Store: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/store/p/the-sexy-brutale/c1pjx1j6rt8t PS Store: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/the-sexy-brutale/cid=EP2972-CUSA06819_00-THESEXYBRUTALE01?smcid=sen:entwined:EP9000-CUSA00672_00-ETWPS40000000000:playstation-store Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/552590/ ACG - "Easily A Buy" "There is so much here that is enjoyable to do, so much to explore. And while it doesn't have anything more than a second or third playthrough replayability, that's more than enough for the price that they're asking, at how many hours of enjoyment you're going to get through this. It's really a different style of puzzle game and it really surprised me ....It really was, just simply, a blast. I never expected to like it as much as I did..." Jimquisition - 10/10 Blast it all if it isn’t another impeccable entry in a year swarming with quality already. I fear this one will get lost in the shuffle of big budget games, but make no mistake – The Sexy Brutale deserves as much attention as any Horizon, Zelda, Nioh or Persona. Hardcore Gamer - 4.5/5 In the end, The Sexy Brutale is a marvelous and unique delight of a murder mystery, one you’ll have walked away from feeling shocked over what exactly you just saw play out in the story, satisfied over the challenging puzzles you’ll have solved to help out each masked guest, and dazzled over the vibrant and mesmerizing aesthetics. PSU - 8.5/10 Awash in a frankly ridiculous amount of charm and bolstered by a genuinely innovative time travel mechanic, The Sexy Brutale is one of the most deliciously refreshing puzzlers to come along in a good long while IGN - 8.2/10 Every murder The Sexy Brutale includes is uniquely fascinating to investigate, with the central loop of searching for clues and executing a plan to alter time continually engaging. I found Boone’s quest so fascinating, the Brutale’s secrets so alluring, and its world so charming that I rewound the clock just to spend a few more days in Lafcadio’s beautiful nightmare. Destructoid - 8/10 Though The Sexy Brutale fumbles a few times -- especially near the end when it rushes toward a narrative payoff -- it never hurts the experience. Uncovering the mansion's secrets and the twisted plot that dooms its guests is exciting. Compared to almost any other puzzle game, The Sexy Brutale's dark tone and inspired art stand out from the crowd. Solving murder might not be the most cheerful work, but it's one hell of a good time. Wccftech - 8/10 While I may have some minor gripes with The Sexy Brutale, I think it’s a wonderful puzzle game, one that’ll really reward your time. The mansion is smartly designed, harking to the intelligently planned Spencer Mansion of Resident Evil, and the way you learn about characters is inspired by one of the most unique aspects of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. The Sexy Brutale has bombastic music, a great cast, and some very satisfying puzzles. While not outstanding, it’s well worth your time. Metro - 8/10 An inspired mix of graphic adventure and Majora’s Mask style time travel, that offers some of the year’s most inspired puzzle-solving VideoGamer - 8/10 The secret stories Father Lafcadio uncovers are lovely, but you won't always enjoy the process of uncovering them. Still, a series of elegant murders, with elegant stories, in an elegant mansion is enough to show anyone a good time. Time and time again...
  22. Aaero - Rhythm-based rail shooter

    This first got my attention at EGX 2015, and I've been looking forward to it ever since. Been playing it for a while now after backing the Kickstarter and it hasn't disappointed me. It's taken a while mainly because it's been made by a three man team, but it has an excellent licensed soundtrack and lovely production values. Funded by the Greenshoots programme set up by Microsoft and Creative England. Obviously hugely influenced by Rez but different enough to have its own identity. For one thing it's less relaxing, with shorter, more intense levels (15 of them). The major new gameplay mechanic is the ribbon of light you have to trace with the left analogue stick, which follows a part of the track - usually the bass line, sometimes the vocal. This drops out, Guitar Hero/Amplitude style, if you aren't in the right place, and in this way the gameplay feels very connected to the music. So yeah, it's dead good and you should all probably buy it.
  23. I played a bit of this on PC and really enjoyed it. F2P Diablo(ish) game. Fun for what it is and one I'd be tempted to go back to when it arrives on consoles. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2017/04/05/marvel-heroes-omega-coming-to-ps4-this-spring/
  24. Momodora: Reverie Under The Moonlight

    This got mentioned a few times in the PlayStation Network and Steam threads, but, by golly, it deserves its own thread. Just two hours in, and this Metroidvania has already sunk its fingernails well deep into my back. It's gorgeous, controls very well, and the second area is pretty much 2D Yharnam. (Actually, I'm kind of convinced it's deliberately meant to be nod towards Bloodborne.) Its RPG elements are very basic (you can equip passive and active buffs, and that's pretty much it, it seems) which is a relief, allowing you to focus on the platforming and the simple, yet satisfying Souls-like combat. It's an effing shame that I'm still not entirely through with Zelda and have another major release begging for my attention (and that's even beside the fact that it's a sin that this isn't getting a handheld release; this has Vita and even Switch written all over it) but, man, I can't wait to dive into this proper. Anyone else playing this?

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