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Horizon's Mirage - Gameplay Trailer
Horizon's Mirage - Gameplay TrailerSee what this fast paced city parkour game is all about.
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Harold Halibut Review — To Sea and Stars
Harold Halibut Review — To Sea and StarsHarold Halibut is a literally handcrafted adventure that delves into the themes of companionship and existence within the confines of a colossal spacecraft submerged beneath an extraterrestrial sea. Two and a half centuries have passed since the colony ship Fedora I departed from Earth on the brink of destruction, seeking refuge on a hospitable planet […] The post Harold Halibut Review — To Sea and Stars appeared first on Try Hard Guides .
Game Reviews – Try Hard GuidesApr 15
Yet Another Fantasy Title Review — Beer Belly Wizards
Yet Another Fantasy Title Review — Beer Belly WizardsYet Another Fantasy Title opens up with the story of a dragon, the death of a king that plunged the kingdom into chaos, the Chosen One who is said to bring the kingdom back from the brink of ruin, and a rogue criminal running from the prince’s royal guard. Said rogue and chosen one end […] The post Yet Another Fantasy Title Review — Beer Belly Wizards appeared first on Try Hard Guides .
Game Reviews – Try Hard GuidesApr 15
Forgive Me Father 2 - Content Update
Forgive Me Father 2 - Content UpdateCthulhu's beard of tentacles is frowning as it descends with a content update
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Sulfur is the unexpected Pathways Into Darkness and Tarkov combo nobody saw coming
Sulfur is the unexpected Pathways Into Darkness and Tarkov combo nobody saw coming Comparing games with one another is tricky business, but upon logging into Sulfur 's new demo I was immediately flabbergasted with how oddly similar it felt to Bungie's ancient Pathways Into Darkness and - yes - Escape From Tarkov . Indeed, I am talking about the funny-looking roguelite FPS where you shoot goblins. First things first, I highly recommend you give Sulfur a fair shot via the game's delightfully comprehensive demo, available on Steam . This wacky-looking shooter somehow manages to encapsulate Tarkov 's weapon modification and inventory systems in its initial cave-bound sequence, albeit in an obviously simplified and streamlined state. The vibe, though, is the main draw here, because the game feels ominous (yet inviting) in a very strange way that's bound to be familiar if you ever spent any time playing Bungie's oldest games . Image via Perfect Random Sulfur Demo is available now The demo of Sulfur should give you more than enough gameplay to see whether the game tickles your fancy. It took me just over three hours to wrap up my first successful run through the caves, and I definitely see myself coming back to it, even though the cave section does end up repeating a fair bit in the demo. Sulfur 's guns feel chunky and satisfying, and its oddly macabre take on cutesy mobile game graphics is a sight to behold. The movement and jumping are admittedly somewhat rough and slippery for the time being, but this too can be tuned if you're lucky enough to find the right type of shoes. Broadly, the gameplay is surprisingly satisfying and if the full game's Steam screenshots are anything to go by, the demo's caves are only just scratching the surface of what else is coming as part of the whole package. We do not have an actual release date for Sulfur just yet, mind: the developer Perfect Random aims to have the game out sometime in 2024, but that's all we know for the time being. The post Sulfur is the unexpected Pathways Into Darkness and Tarkov combo nobody saw coming appeared first on Destructoid .
Indie Archives – DestructoidApr 14
BloodDome99 - ‘80s arcade twin-stick
BloodDome99 - ‘80s arcade twin-stickUpdate including 4 new weapons, 6 new perks, 8 new difficulty modifiers & more!
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KILLMAGE Is Out Now!
KILLMAGE Is Out Now!Our next game, KILLMAGE, a fast-paced arena shooter is out now!
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GolfGambit: Mini-Golf with a Twist!
GolfGambit: Mini-Golf with a Twist!Strategize & set traps to gain the upper hand or throw off your opponents.
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Plague: London 1665 - DEMO out
Plague: London 1665 - DEMO outUnearth secrets in 1665 London's eerie streets. Discover the city's darkest hour.
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Withering Rooms Review — Lost in the Dream
Withering Rooms Review — Lost in the DreamWithering Rooms has quickly become my favorite game of the year so far. As the newest patient of the Mostyn House asylum, you awaken in the Dream, a literal living night that patients of the Victorian era manor share each night. The nature of this alternate reality is unclear, with some leaving and returning each […] The post Withering Rooms Review — Lost in the Dream appeared first on Try Hard Guides .
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