Keeping a VR community happy with aliens, guns, and … balloons?

  Gunheart’s aliens are no match for the pistols, crossbows, and rocket launchers. However, the game’s strongest weapon could just function as the balloon gun. The first-person virtual reality shooter is just a month or two old — programmer Drifter Entertainment introduced it as an Early Access match on Steam ...

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The Tower at Tortenna’s mystery hides in a puzzle of a still-life city

    The Tower in Tortenna’s narrative unfolds as you research a silent, mysterious town that is apparently abandoned by its inhabitants. Tower Team International developed it through the yearly three-day DreamHack game jam, and it had been chosen as the winner from 171 games. It is currently available for ...

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Why subscription gaming service Utomik is adding launch day releases

    The PC game streaming agency Utomik is making a push to include new titles in their launch day. Its first launch day sport has been Neckbolt’s Yono along with the Celestial Elephants, that came out to the Nintendo Switch, Steam, and Utomik in exactly the identical time earlier ...

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PC Gaming Weekly: Independents day

We love PC gaming for luxury adventures like Diablo III (read how Blizzard made about tens of thousands of corpses) and Middle-earth: Shadow of War (what I’m cheekily referring to as “the orc-collecting sim”). However, this weekend, even indie games required the spotlight. We delivered Stephanie Chan into the 10th ...

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South Park: The Fractured but Whole review — better combat saves the day

South Park: The Stick of Truth has been among the best licensed games I’ve ever playedwith. The turn-based role-playing experience aptly captures the humor and look of the animation. I can say the exact same for its own sequel, The Fractured however Whole, that arrives on October 17 for PlayStation ...

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Keeping a VR community happy with aliens, guns, and … balloons?

Gunheart’s aliens are no match for the pistols, crossbows, and rocket launchers. However, the game’s strongest weapon could just function as the balloon gun. The first-person virtual reality shooter is just a month or two old — programmer Drifter Entertainment introduced it as an Early Access match on Steam in ...

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Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a magic realist adventure about storytelling

In accordance with stories of the Old West, a whole plethora of unfortunate souls are known to make deals with the Devil. And that is just what the nameless protagonist does in Where the Water Tastes Like Wine. It has been almost two decades because Dim Bulb Games and Serenity ...

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Dreamworks Universe of Legends: Where Shrek meets Kung-Fu Panda and dragons

Firefly Games is unveiling DreamWorks Universe of Legends, which attracts several amusement franchises into one cellular game. You Can Now play with DreamWorks characters in Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, and much more. Los Angeles-based Firefly Games and entertainment firm Riva Group have created an activity role-playing game with over ...

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Relic Hunters Legend seeks Kickstarter treasure for its shooter RPG

  Elic Hunters Legend mashes up online four-player shooters with role-playing matches, and it has got a cheeky vibrant style that resembles it’d be cozy on Cartoon Network. Developer Rogue Snail started its Kickstarter effortnow, and it intends to launch on PC, Mac, and Linux at 2018, together with potential ...

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People Can Fly v3.0

“Shooters are within our DNA,” says Sebastian Wojciechowski, CEO of independent-then-Epic-Games-owned-then-independent Polish studio, People Can Fly. “If we began People Can Fly again we would not be in a position to pitch another match; not that it is a terrible thing, it is a significant pedigree of our studio,” he ...

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