All right people, it’s that time of year again. You guessed it, spring is right around the corner! Sun will be shinin’, bee’s will be buzzin, flowers will be flowerin’, and people will start gatherin’ outdoors! Now, if you’re like me and you hate getting stung, dislike large crowds, and your alabaster skin bursts into flames as soon as you step into direct sunlight now is the perfect time for gaming! Xbox has acknowledged the plight of those of us with luminescent pigment and is throwing up a killer sale. This week, Firewatch, Dragonball Xenoverse 2, Hyper Light Drifter, Overcooked, Flame in the Flood, Oxenfree, #KILLALLZOMBIES, INSIDE, TurnOn and many more titles are discounted up to 80% off! Now, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that the titles listed above and more have all been covered by us (reviews linked!). So mosey on over to the reviews and get some insight on games you’re interested in! Here’s the link to the sale ladies and gents. Get on it!
By Mike Johnson
Lords of the Fallen is out today on iOS and Android! Following the success of the console and PC versions, this new version is fit for mobile. It features a one-on-one combat system, more akin to Infinity Blade fame. It looks fantastic from the trailer below. I recently reached out for a press copy, so if all goes well expect to see a review in the coming weeks!
Set in the same universe as the critically acclaimed original, Lords of the Fallen has big battles, bigger monsters and intuitive gameplay tailored exclusively to a touchscreen device. Lords of the Fallen combines swipe-based 1-on-1 combat with familiar RPG mechanics. Each character has his or her own combat style, and can be customized and trained to improve different skills. Players can find materials picked up throughout their play time, which can be used for crafting weapons, armor and amulets.
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Lords of the Fallen is available now on the App Store and Google Play for $9.99 USD
By Edwin Velez
Since I have beaten Resident Evil 7 last week, I've had questions about the ending percolating incessantly in my mind. Two specific parts to be precise. If somehow you have managed to get this far without seeing the spoiler warnings and you DO NOT want to hear about the ending of RE7 run away now, as fast as you can. This is your last chance because now things are about to get spoiler-heavy. Don't say I didn't try to warn you.
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LISTEN UP, NERDS! Relive the olden days of sitting in your mom’s basement pre-internet, playing videogames off of floppy-disks you received in the mail on your brand new Macintosh computer. Pixel Heroes: Byte and Magic is a roguelike RPG coming to Xbox One on February the 3rd. It features plenty of classes, procedurally generated weapons, and crazy NPCs. We will have a review coming soon, but in the meantime you can check out the hilarious “Making of” trailer below.
Pixel Heroes is available now for pre-order on the Xbox Live store here
By Richard Jewell
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