Oh...Sir!! The insult Simulator is heading to Playstation 4 and Xbox One this spring. Want to be a smart-ass trash talker but too scared to say it to a real-life person’s face for fear of being on the receiving end of an epic beatdown? Well, the developers Vile Monarch have created the perfect game for you so you can protect your pimply-privates from a prolific punching.
- Loner’s Insult Tournament Mode: Battle your way through numerous unique situations and verbally assault your CPU
- Real-Life Friends Mode: Beleaguer your actual friends on a couch, ottoman, or whatever else you like to rest your fanny on
- Imaginary-Friends Mode: Verbally take down strangers from all over the “Online world”
- 10 Hilarious Playable Characters: Each with their own unique voices, quirky traits, and hilarious “insult components”
- 5 Conflict Scenarios: Lay down some verbal jujitsu across 5 different trying situations and environments- Contentious Battle System: Employ combos, criticals, continuations and other new mechanics to outwit your argumentative opponents!
The price and exact release date details have not been officially announced yet, we will keep an eye out for future updates!
By: Richard Jewell
*Cue the music* This is Major Tom to ground control, Alan Wake is stepping out the doo-oor.I know that was corny, but I refuse to apologize for it. Due to music licensing issues, Alan Wake will be removed from all digital storefronts on May 15th, 2017. Xbox Live Arcade game Alan Wake: American Nightmare is not affected by this and will continue to be available for purchase digitally.
Steam games will be having a “Sunset” sale starting on the 13th. You can get Alan Wake for 90% off until it's removal on the 15th. It is unclear if Xbox will be having a special as well, so keep an eye out for that this weekend. This is your very last chance to grab Alan Wake digitally so get it while you can. And for people who already own it on Steam or Xbox Live, you will still be able to download it after it's removal.
Alan Wake is easily one of my favorite games on Xbox360. I remember picking it up on launch day. I started playing it with a friend. I had work the next the next day, so I went to sleep and my friend kept on playing. The next day I get up for work and the crazy bastard was on the final chapter, he pulled an all-nighter. His taste in horror games is pretty close to mine so I was fairly excited to jump back into it. So for the next few weeks I would come home, plop myself down in front of the TV and play Alan Wake, finding all the collectibles, earning all the achievements, beating the highest difficulty. The unique combat; the small-town mystery vibe; the fantastic graphics; an eclectic variety of tracks from musicians like Bowie, Poets of the Fall, and Roy Orbison are some of the main reasons that Alan Wake still sticks out in my mind after all these years.
It sucks that this psychological horror gem from Remedy is being taken down from digital storefronts, but I'm sure that most people who are interested in it already own it. Worst case scenario, you can still hunt down a physical copy on Ebay or Amazon, though prices may get hiked up after this.
“It's not a lake, it's an ocean!”
By Richard Jewell
Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s time to unleash your inner demons. BadLand Games and Byte4Games released their newest title, Demon’s Crystals on May 12th, 2017 on both PS4 and Xbox One and are available to download today. Featuring eight game modes, co-op, and arcade gameplay, this twin-stick shooter is sure to offer up fantastic visuals and fast-paced carnage. You’ll kill stuff, earn weapon upgrades and power-ups, dodge brutal traps, kill more stuff, and test your skills against hordes of enemies. If you’re like me, you’re amped to check out this title, so keep an eye out for our upcoming review, and clear your slate for what’s sure to be a balls-to-the-wall blast!
By: Mike Johnson
Got some pretty cool news for you all today! Slated for release this summer for Xbox One and Playstation 4 is Wuppo: a 2D sidescroller from the minds of Knuist & Perzik. We reviewed this title last year on PC and it is easily one of the most charming and colorful games ever seen here at Player2Reviews. I’m glad console gamers will get a chance to travel across the world as the lazy and smart-alecky little Wum as he learns, grows, and saves the world from an ancient danger. You can check out the announcement trailer below
By richard jewell
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