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Daath Origins Games PC Reviews 

A Preview of Daath Origins

Daath Origins, developed by BLACK LODGE GAMES, is a space-faring roleplaying game built in RPG Maker. The game is in Early Access, but promises many features and innovations which are atypical of RPG Maker products. Daath Origins does not employ the typical JRPG sprites or a traditional world map. Instead, it ops for canvases of open space with interactable nodes such as planets. Daath Origins makes similar aesthetic improvements to the combat screen, deviating from character portraits to give the player a full view of all ships involved in the battle. Additionally, the combat in Daath Origins is…

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G2A Games News PC 

G2A Bundle 7 is now Live

G2A has launched a new bundle of games, the list features below: Plantera – Are you dreaming of a garden but live in a concrete jungle? Then let your gardening dreams come true as you harvest plants and collect fruits and vegetables in your very own virtual garden. This casual farming simulator comes ripe with little blue helpers, irksome critters, and coins galore. Alien Shooter TD – This Tower Defense game based on the legendary Alien Shooter series is perfect for the hero who doesn’t mind getting their hands dirty. Resist countless…

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Lawbreakers Games News PC Trailer 

Lawbreakers Free to Play Weekend On Steam

Bored with your current list? Waiting for all the big releases to hit? Well, the developers of Lawbreakers are letting you all have a free weekend on Steam. If you aren’t sure what Lawbreakers is you can view the trailer below: From experience, the game is a bit like Overwatch but you spend the most time in the air which really throws the formula round a little bit. It definitely makes it different from other arena shooters. Now is definitely the time to find out if it’s your thing or…

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Farming Simulator Games News Nintendo 

Farming Simulator Comes To The Nintendo Switch

This November, after just over a year on the market, Giants Software’s most recent iteration of the Farming franchise, Farming Simulator 2017, will be releasing on the Nintendo Switch. According to Martin Rabl, the switch offers the Farming Simulator 2017 experience to players in shorter bursts than playing it on the Xbox One, PC, or PlayStation 4, as well as enabling on-the-go play. Interested parties can check out the trailer down below, follow the developers on Facebook and Twitter, and pre-order the game here. The latest farming title will be available on the Nintendo…

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Citadel: Forged With Fire Games News PC PlayStation Xbox 

Forge A Citadel With Blue Isle Studios

This summer, Blue Isle Studios, developers of Slender: The Arrival and Valley will be turning their talent toward a traditional fantasy setting. Their new intellectual property, Citadel: Forged With Fire is set to reinvent the open-world RPG. The gameplay trailer features broomsticks, dragons, magical combat, and sweeping visual shots of scenic terrain. Alex Tintor, one of Blue Isle Studio’s directors, acknowledged the ambitious and unfamiliar nature of the game, stating “Citadel is a completely new genre for us, our biggest goal with this title is to work closely with our community to build…

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Momonga Pinball Adventures Games PC Reviews 

Momonga Pinball Adventures Review

Paladin Studios’ Momonga Pinball Adventures takes the concept of the old 80’s pinball machines and brings it to the mobile, console, and PC world, albeit with a cuter skin. All of the features that made pinball such a fan-favourite are there. Wild bumpers, side objectives, and a cumulative score are all present, though the presentation does away with acknowledging that it is, in fact, a game. Instead, the game is told through the eyes of a Japanese flying squirrel, or Momonga named Momo, whose home is attacked by owls. The…

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The Final Station Games PC Reviews 

The Final Word On The Final Station

The Final Station is an indie shooter/survival game by Do My Best Games, and it set out to change the paradigm of zombie survival games, which have as of late, been plagued by asset flips, and lacklustre game titles such as The Dead Town Of Walking Zombies. Rather than a third-person sandbox, The Final Station presents a two-dimensional, linear story of an unnamed protagonist, attempting to discover and subsequently survive a zombie apocalypse. Built in Unity 3, The Final Station‘s aesthetic is simple and clear. The protagonist contrasts well with…

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NightmareZ Review Games PC Reviews 

The Nightmare Of NightmareZ: Review

NightmareZ is an indie platformer developed by Anamik Majumdar.  In the vein of early Sonic The Hedgehog titles, the player character moves from platform to platform by spinning through the air and bouncing off terrain.  The game’s levels are divided into stages, during which players must collect objects by zipping around the level, dodging enemies or killing them with projectiles fired with the spacebar.  The game’s controls are simple and feel a bit unresponsive at first, but are not insurmountable. Unfortunately, this is where the fun ends.  NitemareZ is done…

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Heavy Metal Machines Games News PC 

Heavy Metal Machines European Championship Sign Up Revealed

Developers Hoplon is delighted to announce the registration for the Heavy Metal Machines European Championship is now open for a limited time via ESL Play. You can register HERE. The title is also free to play on Steam and you can view it and download it from HERE. The prize pool is a massive 10,000 Euros so you do not want to miss out on this opportunity. The tournament dates and rounds are displayed below: “1st July – Registrations opening 16th July – Qualifiers First round – the Swiss Model will be used,…

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Steam Games Opinion PC 

Steam Summer Sale Is Almost Here But The Excitement Isn’t There

It’s that time again where our wallets scream “please god no stop!” as we spend spend spend on the Steam sales. In just 2 hours a rush of bargains will flood our pages and I’m sure we’ll all fall for them but it’s not what it use to be is it? I’ve been a member of Steam since 2004 when I got Half Life 2 for Christmas on a Radeon 9000 Pro graphics card that could barely run it, but hey it was Half Life 2. Steam was but a…

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