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  1. I couldn't find a thread specifically for indie games, so I thought it would be fun to start a recommendations/review thread specifically for smaller or independent games that aren't discussed as much. There are lots of interesting indie games that have caught my eye recently: Lonely Mountains and Ion Fury have both been out for a while, but I've been waiting for the Switch versions. Anything else of note that people have played or are interested in?
  2. As someone who genuinely enjoys watching/listening to the deconstruction/critical analysis of video games, I figured it was time we had a thread where we could post any channels that we subscribe to so that other posters will know about them. I'll post those that I'm familiar with along with a video as a sample of their style/content: Noclip (documentary) Matthewmatosis (commentary/analysis) MrBtongue (commentary/analysis) GVMERS (documentary) MisterCaption/Caption (analysis/critique)
  3. I'm trying to figure out what the best games to play during a virtual game night are. While I've got every console under the sun, most of my friends only have one, and it's not the same one. There isn't a single platform we all have access to. Some have iPhones, others androids, Macs, PCs, etc. The one game that seems to work well is Jackbox. We've played it in person enough that we're all familiar, only one person has to buy it for everyone to play, and the platform agnostic client/server thing is absolutely ideal, but it's also a game we've played a decent amount of,
  4. I haven't seen a thread dedicated to the retro-FPS resurgence so I figured it would be good to highlight some of the amazing games in this genre from recent years. I haven't played most of these, and the majority are PC-only at the moment. Many will hopefully get good console ports down the line. Project Warlock (2018) Available on Steam, Xbox, Playstation, and Switch Ion Fury (2019) Available on Steam, Xbox, Playstation, and Switch (note - the developers were chastised for including two homophobic references in the game. One wa
  5. http://www.thedragonstrap.com/StreetsOfRage4/images/StreetsOfRage4-0001.png http://www.thedragonstrap.com/StreetsOfRage4/images/StreetsOfRage4-0005.png http://www.thedragonstrap.com/StreetsOfRage4/images/StreetsOfRage4-0003.png A cult classic Streets of Rage, known as Bare Knuckle (ベア・ナックル Bea Nakkuru) in Japan, is a trilogy of beat 'em up games developed and published by SEGA in the 1990s. Famously known for its non stop action and electronic dance influenced music - scored by Yuzo Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima - the series has gained the status of cult cl
  6. Abandoned for PS5 is not a secret Hideo Kojima game VENTUREBEAT.COM Hideo Kojima is making a new game, but it is not the upcoming PlayStation 5-exclusive horror game Abandoned.
  7. It's a funny coincidence, because this game has been popping up in my news feeds a lot lately due to it getting a remaster on Switch and PS4. I've actually been playing the enhanced version on Xbox One X for a little while now, and the game is... just not that good. Which is interesting because whenever I hear someone talk about it, they really hype it up. It's gotten some pretty high praise, which is what convinced me to give it a try in the first place. As someone who didn't have a prior experience with it, I really don't understand the love. The game didn't age well, plain and simple. And t
  8. Wow! I searched and didn't see anything on this here { Coming to Game Pass wise } }so I thought I'd start a topic. I was blown away to find out that my beloved baseball game MLB The Show was going multi platform in 2021. Great game and now Xbox only fans will get a great game that PlayStation fans have enjoyed for a very long time. Come to find out though, It's coming to Game Pass Day one April 20th! This is amazing and just blows me away how they continue to pack this service with current games at a very reasonable price. I'm a GP Ultimate subscriber and it has saved me hundreds of
  9. I don't own a PS3/Vita/PSP. The shutdown in no way affects me. In fact, I've only subbed to PS+ with a gifted subscription. However, I do expect Nintendo to close their 3DS and Wii U stores before long. I'll be scrambling to download everything, buying more storage to hold whatever games (and patches) that won't fit in the system memory. It sucks, but it's a relatively small charge to keep the games that I bought. This got me thinking... what about all those PS+ games people 'own' for PS3/Vita? Those downloads would be rendered totally obsolete without a server check. Yo
  10. I’ll start: 1) Symphony of the Night - my second favorite game of all time, it’s almost perfect. 2) Bloodstained - best kickstarted game so far and despite a rough launch on switch it was closer to SOTN 2 than I thought I would actually get. 3) Aria of Sorrow/Dawn of Sorrow - honestly too similar to pick one over the other and both are near SOTN quality and the orb collecting was so good. 4) Cave Story - Such a simple game but great story, fun as hell, and just a straight classic. 5) Steamworld Dig 2 - Beautiful game that constantly s
  11. E3 2021 announced as ‘reimagined, all-virtual’ event coming in June WWW.POLYGON.COM Nintendo, Xbox, Capcom, Ubisoft, and more to appear at E3 2021 In Nintendo Microsoft Capcom Ubisoft Take-Two Interactive Warner Bros. Games Koch Media These are those who made "early commitments." More should come, but it's notable that Sony is out at this point.
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