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  1. by Fatshark Official Site Release date: March 8th, 2018 ABOUT So, anyone else have this yet? I never played the first title but so far it's been a lot of fun, perhaps even more so than L4D! The banter between the characters is surprisingly entertaining and it's certainly been more diverse in its map offerings as well. The sound design is just fantastic though and really makes the gameworld come alive. The moment you hear the roaring horns out in the distance, signalling the rush of a Skaven horde hellbent on completely stomping you into the ground, is truly terrifying. It also does a wonderful job of making the melee combat feel heavy and hard hitting with amazing use of sound effects (check out the gameplay trailer to get a feel for the game's atmosphere btw). It's quite challenging as well and that's only after having played it on the easiest difficulty setting! As such it definitely requires teamwork and careful managing of your items and potions; especially if you want to get the best loot by way of modifiers (which you can activate mid-game). It does have some bugs here and there and I did have some problems with lag but otherwise that's nothing a few patches couldn't fix. Anyway it's dirt cheap so if you've been wanting to scratch that L4D/Dark Messiah of Might & Magic itch then look no further! It's stunning to look at in places and despite the first game, apparently, feeling janky to control I can safely say that Vermin2 has no such issues (and that's coming yer residential FPS nutter who only plays real games like Quake and Counter-Strike). Get it now! No information on a console release unfortunately.
  2. Loads of rumours over the past six months have all pointed towards WWII being the next setting for the next Battlefield game. Recently this image has popped up (which is most likely a fake). V for Victory? From RPS: As excited as I am for a new-gen WWII shooter (got that Hell Let Loose backed and everything!) it'll probably be shit if BF4, BF1, Battlefront 1 and Battlefront 2 are any indication. Discuss.
  3. source I don't even... I mean I enjoyed the time I spent with the first game and while I was somewhat sad to see it go it wasn't completely surprising either. To see it come back now is rather bizarre yet kind of exciting as well. I'm not sure how much time I'll have for it, what with Warframe having filled that void now, but I'm interested in seeing if they can keep it afloat this time around. Sign up for the Closed Beta here.
  4. Cover: Sea of Thieves Hype: Underworld Ascendant The Occupation Wandersong Two Point Hospital Rhythm Doctor Roundup: Labo, Kentucky Route Zero, Onrush, Detective Pikachu, WoW: BFA Play: Monster Hunter World - 9 Yakuza 6 - 8 Dragonball FighterZ - 7 Fe - 7 Dissidia NT - 5 Full Metal Furies - 5 The Inpatient - 4 Dandara - 5 Features: Uncharted Waters: Sea of Thieves Minds and Bodies: A look at the portrayal of disability in games Block Party: How the blockchain could change how we play games The Making of: Pyre Studio Profile: Bulkhead Interactive Time Extend: Dishonored The Long Game: Minecraft Also, Dave White! As an aside, I'm happy that Rhythm Doctor is becoming a full game - I S-ranked everything in the web version and enjoyed it enough to throw a donation at the maker I was expecting a Labo cover story and exclusive blowout considering their luxury of monthly issues, but I'm guessing they need time to get facts and publish a good story rather than the mad hype that's going around the internet?
  5. Sign up for the Beta ABOUT It's on CryEngine so the level of detail and amount of players they're boasting about will never ever work but it's nice to see them try I suppose (somethingsomethingstarcitizen). That said I would love to play a BR game where the map is meticulously designed and not just a random mishmash of elements and props, so even if they only live up to half of what they're promising, that aspect of it certainly sounds like music to my ears. Expect more footage/information at GDC in March.
  6. Nobody seems to have noticed this in the Steam thread, and to be fair I thought it'd be fairly crap as I can barely even remember last year's. But this time it's actually quite good! Sign up here to get a couple of Megadrive games to begin with: https://www.makewarnotlove.com/ And then play one of the featured games to add to a running total of hours played: Total War: Warhammer 2 Total War: Warhammer Endless Space 2 Dawn of War III Company of Heroes 2 For 5 days starting from the 14th if a cumulative number of hours played is reached each day (half a million hours each day so far starting from 9am) then free games, DLC and discount vouchers get added to your Steam account after each success, bundles so far listed below. No idea if you actually have to contribute to the total or not, but can't harm signing up even if you own none of the above. The total was managed easily enough yesterday (about 560k hours total recorded) and will be today as well. Signup (SEGA Mega Drive & Genesis Classics Games) Streets of Rage 2 Revenge of Shinobi Day One (500000 hours - completed) Viking: Battle for Asgard Total War Warhammer - Grim and the Grave DLC 75% off Dawn of War II - Retribution Day Two (500000 hours - completed) Binary Domain Company of Heroes 2 - Victory at Stalingrad DLC 75% off Endless Legend Day Three (555000 hours) Alpha Protocol Total War Warhammer - Blood for the Blood God DLC 75% off Endless Space 1 Collection Day Four (700000 hours) Renegade Ops 50% off Bayonetta Day Five (700000 hours) Company of Heroes 75% off Total War: Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai DLC
  7. 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.
  8. Well, it's a setting I enjoy very much, and if they're taking inspiration from the fiction (as the video suggests) rather than just doing a Hollywood and throwing out everything interesting in the attempt to make things more 'realistic',* this could make for a great Total War game. The Total Warhammers have shown off how well Total War's design can mesh with fantastical elements, while the Shoguns show how well the series lends itself to a concentrated geographic area; while Three Kingdoms won't be able to take advantage of the drastic asymmetry of Warhammer, and China is far larger than Japan, the (presumable, judging by the trailer) ability to field heroes combined with a relatively concentrated area to battle over seem a promising match to me. Of course, it's also been a while since the last duff Total War, which suggests we may be due one. So, you know, probably worth paying close attention to early coverage rather than going out and preordering on a whim. *Fuck you very much, Troy
  9. Dark Souls Remastered

    Or in slightly off-shoot related language-speak:
  10. Yorkshire Gubbins

    RPS bought my attention to this silly game. https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2018/01/08/yorkshire-gubbins-comedy-adventure-game/ It's an game set in Yorkshire! There's a demo here called Verb School https://ayerobot.com/ and a prequel episode here at https://gamejolt.com/games/holy-molluscamony/256729/download/build/515073 I've only played the tutorial Verb School so far. Stick with it, at least until you enter the Door of Doom.
  11. Doki Doki Literature Club

    What the fuck did I just play? A masterpiece. Right down to the very last second. Free on steam. Yes. I know what it looks like. It's not. Just play it. Don't go looking for spoilers. It only takes a few hours. Ignore what it looks like. Just play it. http://store.steampowered.com/app/698780/Doki_Doki_Literature_Club/ *Edited to remove even the hint of a spoiler* Just Monika.
  12. Tiny Metal: aka Not Advance Wars

    Just seen this while browsing, must say quite tempted. http://www.tinymetal.com/ http://store.steampowered.com/app/751500/TINY_METAL/ One thing to be aware of, apparentlythe directoir Hiroaki Yura is accused of embezzling £750,000 from the Kickstarter campaign for the Project Phoenix to pay for the development of this game. Seem to be reviewing well on the Switch as well.
  13. They are Billions

    Just watch the trailer http://store.steampowered.com/app/644930/They_Are_Billions/
  14. 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
  15. Been in dev for a good few years now (I was sure there was a thread but search isn’t finding one) but looks like it’s getting closer to release. Devolver are publishing this one man job (@deadtoast_com) which looks like Rolling Thunder on crack. He has said console versions may follow I think it’s a cert given it’s Unity and Devolvers involvement. It looks absolutely tremendous. Interview with dev : https://stephansuniverse.wordpress.com/2017/10/27/my-friend-pedro-blood-bullets-bananas-preview/ Pre-Alpha trailer: Gameumentary: Gameplay: Amazing gifs:
  16. Opus Magnum

    (No topic on this yet? I searched and everything....) "Opus Magnum is the latest open-ended puzzle game from Zachtronics, the creators of SpaceChem, Infinifactory, TIS-100, and SHENZHEN I/O. Master the intricate, physical machinery of the transmutation engine— the alchemical engineer’s most advanced tool— and use it to create vital remedies, precious gemstones, deadly weapons, and more." Currently in Early Access on Steam. Despite being absolutely fucking baffled by SpaceChem, I was intrigued enough to pick this up after reading this article in RPS. You make alchemical transmutation machines by combining various arms, combiners, nodes that transform one element into another and other assorted gizmos until you have an effective creation loop. Only had a couple of hours with it so far but it's really compelling and hypnotically pretty. Just solving a puzzle is satisfying enough but the real joy is in refining your creations until they are beautiful looping mechanisms of ultra-efficiency. Plus, the game makes GIFs of your creations so you can post them and be embarrassed by much cleverer people finding much neater solutions. Like these: They seem to be adding features regularly, and I've not even got to the really complicated tasks yet, so there's a decent amount of game there already. Anyone else playing?
  17. I'll try and keep you all updated here , but please follow/visit for the latest updates: https://twitter.com/@onrushgame http://www.facebook.com/onrushgame http://www.instagram.com/onrushgame So what do you think?
  18. Destiny 2 Player List

    I noticed there seems to be a few Raid teams who are a little short on numbers from time-to-time, so I quickly knocked up a spreadsheet where everyone can add their preferences and availability so it may be a little easier filling out spaces. Destiny 2 Player List
  19. By Black Matter ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS I've been keeping a close eye on this ever since the reveal trailer as solid WWII shooters are, for better or worse, hard to come by these days. I mean aside from Day of Infamy and... err, well World at War (released almost 10 years ago btw) there's nothing really. Odd title and cringey gameplay trailer (see Kickstarter page) not withstanding it does look very promising. Here's hoping they can live up to the talk and maybe even share some of PUBG's success, what with some of the similarities between the two games (player numbers, map size, etc). Support the development of this game by backing it on Kickstarter so we can finally have the WWII shooter we deserve! I'm very much looking forward to checking out the closed alpha myself in any case.
  20. Hover : Revolt. Of Gamers.

    This looks incredible they even have Hideki Naganuma on sonics. On steam now, consoles soon. http://store.steampowered.com/app/280180/Hover__Revolt_Of_Gamers/
  21. 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.
  22. Published yesterday by Devolver and developed by Reikon games Ruiner is fundamentally a twin stick shooter but with some interesting twists. It’s a futuristic Neo-Tokyo anime crossed with Rockstars Manhunt. It’s very violent and appears to be very hard but I’ve already noticed revisiting areas more “in the know” yields very satisfying improvements in your performance (every combat “bowl” is graded once you’ve murdered everyone) Prologue playthrough: It’s around £16 on xbox UK store not sure about other platforms/stores.
  23. Hob - Runic Games Closes

    New game by Runic (makers of Torchlight 1 and 2). Came out yesterday. Eurogamer Recommended. PSN - £15.99 Steam - £14.99 Currently only out on PS4/PC. Needs to come to Switch, obviously. I'd buy it right now but I know I'm not going to have time to play it and there's always a chance it might come to Switch. Anyone got it/getting it? edit: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-11-03-hob-and-torchlight-developer-runic-games-has-been-closed Runic closed yesterday.

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