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Even with videogame graphics the way they are nowadays, fire is still up there with water in terms of difficult things to render properly in games. Just as well then that this latest release uses pixel art instead to render their fire. And with a name like Arsonist Heaven, out today on Xbox, Nintendo Switch
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Seemingly aimed at gamers around my age, Spidersaurs gets going by bursting out the traps in a flurry of Saturday morning kid’s TV nostalgia right from the opening cutscene. The music, animation and narration is spot on, reminding of simpler times where being up early on a weekend morning was a joy (instead of a
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Ever since Xbox moved their brilliant Game Pass scheme onto the cloud, mobile gaming has exploded. Granted, many would have been more than content with utilising their mobile devices for quick, sharp gaming sessions for a few years, but with Game Pass titles available to play, full console experiences are finally possible on the small
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There’s something perverse about having two main characters – the titular wizard and the slug – and choosing the slug as the one you control. The wizard can fly, has almost god-like powers, and – to all intents and purposes – is the character that the plot orbits around. But no. Let’s play as the
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Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: a world of death-defying, die cast-inspired racing on life-sized toy tracks. A freeway-scale jumble of giant orange raceways, jumps, and loops across which you spill the contents of a dozen of the world’s greatest car museums. Actually you’ve definitely heard it before, because Playground Games did the
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Summary Play the entirety of Vanguard’s Multiplayer and Zombies offerings during the Free Access period, now through July 26. Deploy to the latest Multiplayer map, USS Texas 1945, along with other recent additions like Sphere and Mayhem. Experience classic round-based Zombies in Shi No Numa. Build the Wonder Weapon, find the relic, and uncover the
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