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Ghost of Tsushima: When You Should Play Iki Island - screenrant.com
screenrant.com
13.06.2024 / 05:05

Ghost of Tsushima: When You Should Play Iki Island

players can now visit Iki Island as part of the game's Iki Island expansion. The expansion adds ten to twelve hours of content, with Jin journeying to Iki to investigate a mysterious tribe of Mongol invaders. However, Jin can visit Iki Island at any point after progressing through enough of the main story. It's left up to players to decide when to make the journey.

What (Non-PS4) game are you playing?? - Retro & Other Gaming Forum - Page 83 - pushsquare.com
pushsquare.com
12.06.2024 / 01:10

What (Non-PS4) game are you playing?? - Retro & Other Gaming Forum - Page 83

Back to Yakuza Kiwami 2. Pretty nice being able to juggle my playthrough between my rig and Steam Deck. That said, I do think the small hubs of these games tend to make them feel very… samey after awhile. I can't imagine doing most of the side-content in these games. I try to do the substories where possible, but even a lot of those feel sorta tedious.

What PS5 Games Are You Currently Playing? - PlayStation 5 (PS5) Forum - Page 174 - pushsquare.com - France
pushsquare.com
12.06.2024 / 01:07

What PS5 Games Are You Currently Playing? - PlayStation 5 (PS5) Forum - Page 174

@Jimmer-jammer I beat the mission where the Foreign Swordsman is the final boss, but I think the NPC assisting me was bugged because he just stood there during the whole thing! But I found it a bit incongruous that Harris referred to my character's previous potential assassination attempt as «harassment» and offered me some information on my Blade Twin in exchange for assisting his escape from the area, why would he want to make a deal with me under those circumstances?!

Flash Carts Are Better Than Emulators for Retro Gaming and Here’s Why - howtogeek.com
howtogeek.com
11.06.2024 / 16:18

Flash Carts Are Better Than Emulators for Retro Gaming and Here’s Why

Now that Apple has lifted its long-time ban on retro game emulators, it's easier than ever to dive into the nostalgic ocean of retro gaming. But those in pursuit of the purest pixelated platforming experience would do well to explore the world of flash cartridges, a place where retro consoles meet modern sensibilities.

7 Reasons I Stopped Pre-Ordering Games (And You Should Too) - howtogeek.com
howtogeek.com
11.06.2024 / 16:17

7 Reasons I Stopped Pre-Ordering Games (And You Should Too)

It's easy to get excited about a new game and jump the gun with a pre-order to secure your copy and take advantage of any pre-release bonuses. But this decision can sometimes come back to haunt you. In the modern era, there aren't a lot of reasons to pre-order games at all (in fact, there are more reasons not to).

This XCOM-inspired strategy game intertwines World War 2 events with personal narratives, and you play the Steam demo now - gamesradar.com
gamesradar.com
09.06.2024 / 14:35

This XCOM-inspired strategy game intertwines World War 2 events with personal narratives, and you play the Steam demo now

If you're looking for a fix of XCOM with a helping of World War 2-inspired realism and true stories, Forgotten But Unbroken is here with a Steam demo in hand.

Spelunky creator’s mega-collection of fictional retro games UFO 50 will finally be out this September - rockpapershotgun.com
rockpapershotgun.com
08.06.2024 / 02:13

Spelunky creator’s mega-collection of fictional retro games UFO 50 will finally be out this September

UFO 50 is a collection of fictional retro games designed as if they were made for a non-existent games console 40 years ago, but in reality have been developed as brand new titles for an upcoming collection from indie devs including Spelunky creator Derek Yu. With the ambitious project nearing a decade in its own development, though, those games have now taken on their own real history in addition to their made-up one. Those histories will meet this September, when UFO 50 finally sees the light of day.

What happens to your games after you die depends on your store of choice - polygon.com
polygon.com
06.06.2024 / 19:17

What happens to your games after you die depends on your store of choice

Not all video games go to gamer heaven when you die. Some will stay right here on Earth, passed along to your next of kin — as long as you put it in your will.

Behemoth’s titanic battles and close combat are a great reason to play VR again - thesixthaxis.com
thesixthaxis.com
04.06.2024 / 16:51

Behemoth’s titanic battles and close combat are a great reason to play VR again

Coming off the backs of their two excellent The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners games, expectations are naturally very high for Skydance’s Behemoth. Though it was quickly overshadowed by Half-Life: Alyx, Saints & Sinners was an outstanding example of what virtual reality could do, with open areas to explore, tons of interactivity, and increasingly desperate combat against growing hordes of zombies. The new and original setting of Behemoth comes with a wholly different tone, but it could be another defining, must-play VR experience across all the major platforms.

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