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Platformers aren’t exactly my cup of tea, but I know a good one when I see one. Astro’s Playroom really cranks up what I expect to find in a platformer and art installments like Ori and the Blind Forest really make you pause and go “is that how competitive the market is these days?” When the Little Nightmares II trailer dropped, I was quickly reminded of Limbo and Inside, a couple of personal favorites. So when the demo became available, I downloaded it and played it right away. A Whole Lot Of Nope Sure enough, I haven’t felt this tense since Resident Evil VII and while it really reminds me of Inside to a fault, there’s something about this game that draws you in and asks you to trust it, before it puts you in a highly stressful situation leaving you only with your wits and cunning to get through…

Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia have announced that a couple of Gundam games will make their way to the Nintendo Switch! First up, SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays is getting a Platinum Edition for both the Nintendo Switch and PS4, which will include the Season Pass, Expansion pack, and various downloadable content that was made available since it released back in 2019. An upcoming title, SD Gundam G Generation Genesis, will release on March 25, and will include all the additional downloads that have been released on other platform versions. In addition, this work contains 18 titles spanning the Universal Century from the original Gundam to Gundam UC. https://youtu.be/K3MNhFyVq3Q If you’re looking for some portable Gundam action for your Switch, these 2 titles will give you exactly what you need, and you can find out more about these titles on the official website.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, is one of the best Star Wars game in recent memory, of course other than Star Wars Squadrons. It played well on current gen consoles, but if you’ve got a PlayStation 5 or an Xbox Series S|X, you’ll be glad to know that the game will not only look, but also play better thanks to a new update. The update basically pumps up the resolution and frame rate for the next-gen consoles, ensuring buttery smooth gameplay while making it look better than it already is. You can see the full details of the update below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIl2z5wwjdA High Level Summary of Features: Improved framerate on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5Improved dynamic resolution ranges, for a higher resolution experience on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5Improved post-processing resolution for Xbox Series X and PS5. (Not Xbox Series S) Console Specifics: Xbox Series S Framerate has been increased…

Metacritic has recently released their Best Video Games of 2020 feature, with Persona 5 Royal coming out on top as the highest rated game of 2020, beating out the likes of Hades and Half-Life Alyx. This time around, Metacritic let’s the users speak their mind and as voted by the public, The Last of Us Part II is the Best Video Game of 2020, winning in landslide fashion. The Last of Us Part II garnered 10,194 points, beating out the next game, Ghost of Tsushima, by over 8,000 points. Cyberpunk 2077 placed third with 1,691, while Hades and Doom Eternal round up the top 5. See the full list below: The Last of Us Part II – 10,194Ghost of Tsushima – 2,079Cyberpunk 2077 – 1,691Hades – 1,510Doom Eternal – 1,062Final Fantasy VII Remake – 1,044Demon’s Souls – 818Animal Crossing: New Horizons – 701Ori and the Will of the Wisps -…

Scott Pilgrim is making a huge comeback this year and come January 14, fans of the game will finally get to play the once delisted title again on their current consoles. Limited Run Games has a surprise for everyone waiting for the game, as they’ve recently announced that multiple physical editions of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World will be made available for a 6 week pre-order period starting January 15. There will be 3 editions to choose from, and you can see them all below: Standard Edition Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition physical gameReversible coverThe Clash at Demonhead commemorative concert ticket Classic Edition Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game Complete EditionReversible coverDeluxe clamshell case with reversible coverThe Clash at Demonhead commemorative concert ticketSticker sheetOST featuring music by Anamanaguchi.Overworld map K.O. Edition Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition Classic EditionRoadie collector’s case boxReversible…

Days Gone has left PS Now (although you can still get it from the PS Plus Collection!), and in its place, three games are being offered on the service as a replacement. The Crew 2 leads the charge of PS Now’s offerings for this month, which includes other games like Frostpunk: Console Edition and Surviving Mars. That’s a pretty diverse list of great games to sink your teeth into if you are subscribed to the service and they are now available! The Crew 2 https://youtu.be/8v41ydEe-gY Frostpunk: Console Edition https://youtu.be/6-1KRSoTMr4 Surviving Mars https://youtu.be/WqbGKdGYuQ0 Of course, these are available only if you are on the PS Now subscription service, which costs $9.99 (around PHP500) every month for access to a library of games that you can play on demand.

God of War Ragnarok, the next installment in the highly acclaimed series, is a title we know very little of at the moment. Apart from the initial reveal, there hasn’t been a word from the devs apart from saying that it’ll release in 2021, this year. Well, an ex-Santa Monica emplyoee has said that it will release on the PS4 as well. As Tweeted by Joe Miller, David Jaffe says on his stream that “Oh I’m sure the next God of War will be PS4 PS5. Of course it will.”, leading players to believe that it could very well be a cross-gen title similar to Horizon Forbidden West and Miles Morales. Who is David Jaffe? Well, he was the Director of God of War and Creative Director for God of War II. https://twitter.com/JoeMiller101/status/1346803237698080770 Before anyone gets too excited, Jaffe isn’t speaking in an official capacity, because he hasn’t been with…

Update: As per GAME Watch (translated by Gematsu), Sony Japan has indeed confirmed the production end of “all PlayStation 4 slim (CUH-2000 series) models except one, and all PlayStation 4 Pro (CUH-7000 series) models in Japan” to make way for the PlayStation 5. Original: Even with the PlayStation 5 being some sort of a unicorn to majority of the gaming public, Sony seems to be looking to discontinue certain PlayStation 4 models already. This comes by way of Twitter User Cheesemeister3K, who has spotted and translated a notice from a Japanese retailer stating that the following models will end production and will no longer be restocked: 500GB Glacier White, 1TB Jet Black, 1TB Glacier White, 2TB Jet Black, and PS4 Pro 1TB Glacier. https://twitter.com/Cheesemeister3k/status/1345628650427666432 This is not the first time we are hearing about this, as the PlayStation Direct page for the PlayStation 4 Pro already lists it as “Out…

To ring in the launch of the new year, Sony is keeping the 3 game lineup intact for PS Plus Subscribers as Maneater (PS5), Shadow of the Tomb Raider (PS4), and Greedfall (PS4) are your free games for January. All of the titles listed will be available for download starting January 5 (Tuesday) and will be available until February 1 (Monday). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUMgsUmtqnc https://youtu.be/0hu8OC9pPO4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmqWaDwKS6M As always, these games are free to play and own as long as your PS Plus subscription is active. Your December games will be available for download until January 4 only.

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is a breathtaking and nostalgic RPG. It was good enough that an upgrade was released years after, and filled with enough new features that even players of the vanilla game are encouraged to return to the world Erdrea and rejoin the Luminary and his companions on their grand adventure. The journey of the Luminary to defeat the Dark One and save the world is going to be long and fraught with dangers. And any experienced adventurers would tell you to always plan and prepare before anything else. Newcomers to the Dragon Quest series may be in for some unfamiliar mechanics. So here are some things that you should know to get you started on your quest in Dragon Quest XI S – Definitive Edition. Resurrect your Party Members Obvious at first glance, yes, but unlike some games of its genre where party…

2021, a year that we will unfairly entrust with so much hope. Most of us will probably have a better chance of acquiring next gen consoles by then, so it’s already looking better than 2020! As the new year comes, new games will also come and with it, a hope that they will be good as far as trailers and advertisements go (looks at Cyberpunk 2077). There’s a lot to look forward to, but here are ten games that will hopefully make 2021 a better year for everyone. Bravely Default II Release Date: February 26, 2021Platform: Nintendo SwitchAlmost a full year after the release of its content-rich demo back in April 2020, sort of like an appetizer for Final Fantasy VII: Remake, Bravely Default II makes its debut on the Nintendo Switch to give about 100-or-so hours of distraction while the rest of us plebs wait for our next-gen console,…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73FRi8W1oCM The Dragon Quest series is one that needs no introduction, especially to Japanese gamers. It’s immediately recognizable for its character designs by the legendary mangaka Akira Toriyama of Dragon Ball fame, very heavy fantasy elements like dragons (duh) and castles, the Slime monster which became the series’ mascot, and the legendary handed-down technique known as Puff-Puff (plus points if you know what it is). It’s an iconic RPG that has spawned numerous installments, which brings us to the latest in the series – Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition. So yes, if you’ve been wondering, this is actually a re-release of a Dragon Quest game which came out back in 2017. Its been quite normal to make a few tweaks and slap “insert-awesome-sounding-adjective-here” Edition on any old game and re-release it, so the thousand peso question has got to be whether or not…

Cyberpunk 2077’s third hotfix update 1.06 fixes that dreaded file corruption glitch on the PC where if your files go over 8MB, there is a possibility that your file will be permanently corrupted. Needless to say, the game was launched as a buggy mess, but there’s a particular “bug” that is rather helpful and will greatly benefit you if you plan to collect and buy everything Night City has to offer. The infamous Cyberpunk 2077 “money hack” is quite possibly the most useful glitch by far, and here’s how to do it. https://youtu.be/2CDOHsvnktI What you will need is the Untitled 18, Brancesi 2021 Painting acquired from the side job “Space Oddity”. You can easily find it in San Domingo at Act Two where you can find a bunch of bums tinkering with a laptop they found at a nearby dumpster. You can take it from them by force (you need…

Immortals Fenyx Rising is a surprising good time, and if you’re only getting into the game just now, well you’re in for a treat! It’s a great game to go through during the Holidays, and we’re hoping our beginners tips and Big Lyre guide can help you out on your journey. But enough of that, we’re here battling it out with gods and mythical creatures, so you’ll need some Godlike tips to make you stand toe to toe with Typhon. If you’re looking for advanced tips that will help you breeze through the game, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s jump right in. Focus on one weapon to upgrade and max it out asap Fenyx will be wielding both the Sword and the Axe but for the purposes of this guide, we’re going with the axe, as these tips will revolve around sustaining yourself throughout battles and using as…

The PS Plus Collection is a set of twenty games from the Playstation 4 era curated and touted to be some of the best titles of that generation. While that list is quite debatable, you cannot go wrong with twenty free games for a PS Plus subscription and it is quite possibly some of the best titles seen compared to the free games given in the last three years. PS Plus is a service that’s been around for the last ten years and with the launch of the Playstation 4 back in 2013, the PS4 has been the next longest platform on the service since the exit of the PS3 and PS Vita on January of 2018. If you’ve been a dedicated member of such a service, ten of the games from the PS Plus Collection have already been given one way or another. The ten featured games on this…