Friday, 7 Aug 2020

Reviews

Why Spiritfarer Is A Different Kind Of Sim

Some people think of death as an ending, while others view it as a beginning. Spiritfarer explores the latter scenario, putting you on a boat full of deceased spirits to befriend as you ferry them to the next phase of their existence. That might seem a little grim for a simulation game, but Spiritfarer isn’t […]

New Gameplay Today – Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is refreshingly simple. As you play through several rounds of simple, Mario Party-style minigames, don’t lose. Every round, more players are cut from the initial wave of 60 players, ultimately leading to a sole guy being named the winner. In today’s NGT, Dan, Alex, and I talk about what makes Mediatonic’s […]

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 Review – Second Curse, Same As The First

Last year’s Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night was a loving tribute to the PSone classic Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and its beloved successors, which were developed by Koji Igarashi. However, a year before the release of Ritual of the Night, Inti Creates released another game under the Bloodstained banner that looked deeper into Castlevania’s […]

Bad Camera Controls Are Perfectly Framed In This Hilarious CalebCity Video

YouTube star CalebCity has a great eye for video game criticism, and frequently shares it in short videos that poke fun at specific elements of games. His latest video gives us a look at video games with terrible camera controls, specifically within smaller environments. I have a feeling we’ve all experienced moments just like those […]

Tokyo Chronos Sequel ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos to Launch Q4 2020 on Oculus

At the end of 2019 Japanese developer, MyDearest Inc. announced work had begun on Tokyo Chronos sequel ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos. Today, a new trailer has arrived alongside more story details and a release window. ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos takes place 300 years after the events in Tokyo Chronos, set in a world where humanity seeks refuge underground […]

Freeze Time and Manipulate the World in Time Hacker This Summer

Having refocused its efforts towards the home virtual reality (VR) market at the beginning of the year developer Joy Way has announced several videogame projects. One of these was called Change Ranger but this has now been renamed Time Hacker as the team gears up for a launch in the next couple of months. Remember […]

Kero Kero Bonito Releases Bugsnax Song

Remember Bugsnax? It’s an upcoming game for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC (Epic Game Store). I think… you eat foodlike bugs in it or something to gain powers? It’s pretty unclear. I think that’s part of the charm. This game is weird as hell, that’s something we do know. Also possibly very charming. The creators […]

6 Free On-Demand Workshops to Kickstart your AR/VR Development

Interested in developing AR/VR applications but don’t know where to start. Start by choosing one or more of these free workshops which will serve as a perfect introduction into XR development. 🧤 Designing UI for Hand Tracking Applications Learn the best practices of designing VR experiences with hand tracking (highly recommend if you own a […]

The best games of 2020 (so far)

We can’t wait until the final weeks of December to share our favorite games of the year. Especially when the final weeks of December are either two weeks or two years away, depending on how you’re currently experiencing time. This is why we like running our list of the best games of the year as […]

Everything We Know About Far Cry 6

Today, we got our first look at Far Cry 6, the next entry in Ubisoft’s flagship series. This time around, you lead a guerilla revolution, fighting to free the fictional island nation of Yara from its brutal dictator. Ahead of the reveal, Ubisoft shared a presentation and let us chat with narrative director Navid Khavari. […]