Posts Tagged ‘dads’

Dream Daddy is currently a delayed daddy

Dream Daddy

I only found out about the dad dating sim, Dream Daddy [official site] a few weeks ago when a friend brought it to my attention as we paddled in the freezing sea and toasted a wedding. Look, that is just how we roll – do not question my lifestyle choices. ANYWAY. The point of Dream Daddy is that you are a dad romancing other hot dads. So far so “why haven’t we written about its existence on RPS yet?”

Well, the news of the game’s necessary release delay means that at least I now have an excuse to write about it so let’s make lemonade out of the late-running citrus delivery and have it on the site now. Also it’s a great fit for my Beyonce image template so scroll to the end for that. Read the rest of this entry »

The Evil Within 2 announced, “less linear” than the first

Bethesda continue to prove that they’re the kings of lyrically-relevant, stylistically-incongruous music choices. Wolfenstein 2 used Wayne Newton’s Danke Schön, while The Evil Within 2 [official site] uses a Duran Duran cover in the reveal of its grisly horror sequel. Watch the trailer below.

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Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus announced, coming October

Good morning! While we were all sleeping (and Adam was fighting terrible conference wifi), Bethesda’s press conference happen. With came announcements of new games, including Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus [official site]. There’s an 8 minute trailer below, which includes live action sequences, cutscene vignettes and lots and lots of killing Nazis and robots and robot Nazis. Read the rest of this entry »

Free Loaders: The Quick and the Dad

Dads are a notoriously angry species, we all know this, we’ve seen the documentaries. But what is it like to be a dad? What goes on in those strange, otherworldly minds? Washing up worries? Beer? I can’t answer that question, for I am but a humble games journalist, and thus banned from procreating. But maybe I have something here that can help us decode these dadly mysteries. That’s right, the dadification of videogames continues in this week’s roundup of free games.
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