Month: January 2021

© MDickie While Wrestling Empire is no critical darling, sole developer Mat Dickie is used to that reception, having been making his own professional wrestling games since 2000. Despite unusual visuals and unpredictable gameplay, these titles have achieved a cult following – it’s not a huge leap from the suspension of disbelief required to enjoy
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Drawing on the success of Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 1, Producer Yoshinori Kitase and Co-Director Naoki Hamaguchi want to surpass players’ expectations with Part 2, and surprise those who’ve played the original and already know what comes next. A translation of the duo’s talk at the CEDEC Conference was provided by Twitter user aitaikimochi. Hamaguchi added that
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It used to be fairly easy to split PC games into three categories. There were the good games that everyone had played, the bad games that were rightfully forgotten, and a small pool in the middle of good games that never got their due. This middle category were the games destined to be cult classics.
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox Series S and PC. “The Medium uses a unique reality-shifting ability to bring a new dimension to some tried-and-tested genre puzzle-solving mechanics. It presents an intriguing mystery to unravel and adds a tangible sense of urgency to your investigations by placing a truly
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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Last week, we asked you to partner up and share thrilling moments where characters worked together in your favorite games using #PSshare #PSBlog. From battle ready buds to dynamic bot and bird companions, here are this week’s highlights:  Cloud and Tifa stand ready to face anything in this Final Fantasy VII Remake share by YouJustGotArfed. 
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Progress is made through solving consistently enjoyable puzzles that almost always hit that sweet spot of not being so simple that they’re boring but being challenging enough to satisfy upon solving, without becoming so complicated that it induces groans. Special items and novel mechanics are introduced throughout which prevent the puzzles from ever becoming too
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Olija is an exceptionally striking 2D retro themed platformer with great combat and a unique visual style, but it’s let down by an all too short adventure and little reason to return to its creepy, yet fantastical world. Olija, reviewed by Mitchell Saltzman on PC. Also available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4,
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At last! A ranking of all 21 Hitman levels from the World of Assassination trilogy. Did you ask for it? No. Did the editors ask for it? Also, no. But what’s more Hitman than waiting for a loud distraction – the recent redesign of RPS – and using the confusion to slip you something unexpected.
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