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6 hours ago

Heaven’s Vault prepares for a Spring dig in this new trailer

Science-fantasy adventure Heaven's Vault remains one of the most intriguing upcoming games of 2019. It's a game about archaeology - the proper sort, where you rummage around through the artifacts and ruins of civilisations past, and attempt to piece together what it is you're looking at. It's the latest from 80 Days studio Inkle, but this time they're expanding past prose and into the third…

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7 hours ago

Don’t Starve Together won’t be starved for updates this year

Among a very strong stable of games, Don't Starve Together is easily Klei Entertainment's most popular. Turns out that adding friends was the secret spice the cartoon survival sandbox needed. Today, Klei announced their roadmap for supporting the game this year, and they've got a lot planned out. While they're going to be toning down the frequency of wild and wacky special events, they're going…

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9 hours ago

Last Oasis spices up the survival MMO genre with wooden mechs

The magnificent wooden walking machines of Last Oasis are physically impossible, but isn't fudging with the laws of physics part of why we play videogames? Announced for an early access launch this spring and developed by newcomers Donkey Crew, Last Oasis is yet another vying for the survival sandbox MMO throne. As with the recent Conan Exiles and Atlas, it's busting humanity back to basics,…

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11 hours ago

Unruly Heroes launches in a cloud of monkey magic today

Despite just launching today, it's hard not to feel comfortably familiar with Unruly Heroes. In part because it's yet another videogame retelling of Journey To The West, but mostly because of its striking resemblance to the brilliant Rayman Legends. The similarity is less surprising, knowing developers Magic Design Studios are a bunch of former Ubisoft Montpelier folks. It's a bouncy platform adventure set in the world of…

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12 hours ago

Farming Simulator digs into esports with new league

Giants Software have announced that Farming Simulator 19 is moving into esports with the launch of its own league this year. Yes, I was also confused. It seems that following the success of the first series of Farming Simulator Championships last year, Giants Software have created the franchise's first, fully-fledged esports league.

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Wargroove advances to war on February 1st

Wargroove, the adorable looking Advance Wars-alike from Chucklefish is set to besiege my heart on February 1st. The fantasy turn-based strategy game was high on my 2018 most-wanted list until it slipped to this year, and I'm excited to see if it passes muster. It may be swapping out cartoony modern armies for fantasy kingdoms, but almost everything else is familiar, right down to the…

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13 hours ago

BioWare’s Anthem demo has started preloading

Pre-loading has begun for the Anthem demo weekend, so you can download in advance if you fancy trying BioWare's new cooperative sci-fi shoot-o-RPG. Given that it's a 43.54 gigabyte download, you probably shouldn't wait until the demo weekend starts next week to get that going. Because I'm a total goofus who'll try any game which lets me fly around in a power armour I can…

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SteamWorld Quest announced: a card-based RPG that looks very in-Spire-d

Oh look, a new SteamWorld game. What a juicy, nourishing videogame fact to share with all my friends, the readers. SteamWorld Quest: The Hand Of Gilgamech is a card-based follow-up to SteamWorld Heist and the SteamWorld Digs, all very wholesome games that can actually be completed by human beings. This new one is a turn-based fantasy card game that looks a bit like undying god…

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14 hours ago

15 hours ago

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds adding night to Vikendi

A nighttime version of the snowy map Vikendi is coming Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, and today is live on the test server so we can have a peek. The moonlight variant, which is picked at random, is darker but far from pitch black, illuminated by a full moon and the rippling green aurora borealis. What a beautiful night to murder 99 people. The update will also bring…

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17 hours ago

Black Ops 4 Blackout will let you respawn – if your squad isn’t crap

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 will let you respawn in Blackout--providing at least one member of your squad is halfway decent, or lucky--in a new limited time mode that's joining the battle royale later today. 'Down But Not Out' is set to go live at 6pm GMT and will be squads-only. The new mode will allow players to respawn with each Collapse, as long…

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Bethesda deny Fallout 76 free-to-play rumour

Bethesda have denied a rumour that Fallout 76 is preparing to go free-to-play. Launched in November 2018, their multiplayer survival sandbox scored a 'noncommittal, wavy gesture of the hands and forearms accompanied by an exclamatory exhalation' out of 10, a score further lessened by bugs and leaking personal information and bugs and skimping on the £175 edition. While the rumour was based on hearsay and…

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1 day ago

Sonar Beat bops along to the aquatic beat today

Here a short and sweet little something to tide you over til' Wednesday - Sonar Beat is a creative-looking little rhythm game by Life Zero. Released today, it costs less than a cup of mediocre coffee. There's some story here about defeating enemies attacking a super-secret submarine, but the truth is that it's all rather relaxing, audio and visual-wise. Notes appear on your sonar screen,…

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The Humble Caffeine Bundle is full of games worth staying up late for

Today's Humble Caffeine Bundle is chock full of very good games for very little money, but a little hard to categorise. United under the banner of Caffeine - a "social broadcasting platform for gaming", not the life-giving stimulant - there's eight games here, each one representing a wildly different genre. We've got the Metroidy Headlander, platform roguelike Gonner, party game tank shooter Treadnauts, a historical…

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FutureGrind’s tumbling cyberbikes are out now

Future sports are just terribly unsafe - today's case in point is FutureGrind, just released today. Dangling your fancy future motorcycle from inconsistently placed rails is bad enough, but if you let the wrong bit hit the wrong colour-coded surface, you just explode. Milkbag Games's latest is a health and safety nightmare, but a compelling concept for a game. Looking a bit like a blend…

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Loiter endlessly in an airport in Brownie Cove Cancelled

Today on the segment we call Things That Are Kinda Unpleasant Because That's The Point Okay we have Brownie Cove Cancelled, a wee first-person wanderer about waiting in an airport for a flight that keeps getting further delayed. At first it's nice to have time to potter around, to grab a snack and check out the airport's graveyard or petting zoo with ambulant hoverfish, but…

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Cultist Simulator summons New Game+ mode today

If you've survived dark forces and fancy a greater challenge than wrangling a cult to uncover and master the terrible secrets at the heart of the world (easy peasy tbh), Cultist Simulator has your back. The eldritch... survival RPG (?) today adds a New Game+ mode in a free update, letting us continue our tale in a difficult and terrible new way. It's a right…

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The Hong Kong Massacre gracefully dives into stores

If Max Payne and Hotline Miami got into a horrible teleporter accident, the result would probably look a lot like The Hong Kong Massacre. Released today, five years after RPS first covered it, it looks like a blend of Miami's frantic twitch shooting with Payne's slow-motion evasion plus a dash of John Woo's penchant for over-the-top impact effects. Developers Vreski are clearly proud of their…

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