Author: David Madrigal-Hernandez

Lover off all RPGs, and Hooked on Destiny 2 no matter how many times he gets burned.

Crysis will be getting a long-awaited remaster and will be available on all current platforms. This comes after a mysterious tweet on the game’s official Twitter after years of silence, with the tweet previous of that being made in 2016.  The game has become a classic to many PC gamers, with the prolific “But Can It Run Crysis?” meme coming into its own after the game’s release for its demanding graphical effects. Crysis Remastered features the original game’s single-player campaign. The publisher added that the game has been updated with high-quality textures, HD texture pack, improved art assets, temporal anti-aliasing,…

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The anime The Seven Deadly Sins, has seen some praise globally for its fun cast of characters and action-focused battle scenes. As you could imagine, the series is no stranger to the video game market, but the medium has been rather dull with the console release of The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia not really making a dent. Well, leave it to mobile developer Netmarble to take a popular anime world and turn it into an action gacha with their newest release, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross. The game aims to wow players with a dedication to properly portraying…

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Xbox Live Gold members will see a new rotation of games for the month of March, with a nice blend of 2D and 3D action. Batman: The Enemy Within On March 1st through the 31st, Gold Members will be able to pick up Batman: The Enemy Within. This Telltale Game puts you back in the shoes of the Dark Knight as well as his alter-ego in a rivetting story. Tread through uneasy alliances,  pull off a serious of deceptions as you confront the Riddler once again. Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Along with Batman for the Xbox One side, fans of…

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Even if you are not an anime fan, you more than likely have heard about My Hero Academia. This anime has become such a media phenomenon and an impressive series in the span of a couple of years. The latest entry for the series is a new movie, My Hero Academia – Heroes Rising. Recently, we were invited to participate in an interview session with the cast of My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising before the release of the film.  Among the questions asked, one thing I was interested in was why they thought this series has become as popular as it…

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Xbox Game Pass subscribers are receiving a plentiful supply of games for the last week of February. So, let’s dive into what the new offerings are. February 20: Ninja Gaiden II First, on the 20th of this month, we will be getting Ninja Gaiden II, the sequel to the classic Xbox exclusive. Play as Ryu Hayabusa on a mission that will decide the fate of humanity. Do this with a large selection of new weapons, locations, and revamped gameplay from the original. February 25: Kingdom Hearts III Then, on the 25th, we will see the appearance of Kingdom Hearts III.…

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I rarely find myself gravitating towards the puzzle genre. While I’m fine with them breaking up the action, I generally stay away from games primarily focused on hurting my head. Well, that was the case, until I picked up Luna: The Shadow Dust. This 2D point-and-click puzzle adventure is a tale full of mystery and wonder, presented in beautifully hand-drawn graphics and animations that I adored. https://youtu.be/OLNPiKuruxw Luna: The Shadow Dust presents a very curious world. You begin in a Dark environment, that looks almost like a desert. While you explore, you meet a ghost who guides you to a Tower…

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Valve has recently announced changes in the way they handle Soundtracks on Steam. To introduce users to these updates services, Steam launched a sale earlier today for popular video game soundtracks. There is a myriad of tracks to choose from, going from 2016’s DOOM’s metal synths to the gentle tunes behind Ori and the Blind Forest. As a user, you won’t have to do much. If you already own the soundtrack of a game, it will automatically convert to the new format. If you don’t own a game and only want the soundtrack, you can now buy them separately as…

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In a previous article, I talked about Anthem and the rumor about the game getting an overhaul. Well, in a blog post written by BioWare, the developer confirms they are indeed looking to overhaul the game and its systems. In early 2019, when Anthem released, there was a slew of issues. Among these, we saw problems with optimization across all platforms, a weak loot system, and repetitive end-game activities. These issues are still present now, though admittedly to a lesser degree compared to launch day. In an attempt to point to these issues, BioWare states that they “recognize that there’s…

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The team behind Humble Choice (formerly Humble Bundle) has revealed the latest games available on their subscription page. The games available are as follows: Frost Punk (+ The Rifts DLC) A survival strategy game where you are the leader of a colony living in a frozen world and have just discovered steam power. Make decisions that will determine the fate of your settlement. Pathfinder Kingmaker: Explorer Edition First isometric party-based RPG in the Pathfinder fantasy series. Inspired by RPG classics like Baldur’s Gate and Fallout 1 and 2, this game has you explore and eventually conquer the Stolen Lands in…

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If you are a Game Pass subscriber, you will be looking at an interesting batch of titles that will be added this month. Here are the available titles to play, labeled depending on the platform they will be available on: Final Fantasy XV (Console and PC) Play as Noctis and his band of friends as you explore the world of Eos on a quest to save the entire world. A departure from its roots as an SRPG, Final Fantasy XV uses real-time combat approach and does it surprisingly well. Wolfenstein: Young Blood (Console and PC) A spin-off sequel to Wolfenstein…

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Have you ever wanted to play games on your phone? No, I’m not referring to Clash Royale, Game Dev Tycoon 2, or even Call of Duty: Mobile. I’m talking full-on PC quality games, like Code Vein, A Plague Tale: Innocence, and Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. If so, there is an offering available to everyone through GeForce NOW. What Is This “GeForce NOW”? Geforce NOW is a game streaming service similar to the likes of Google Stadia. In short, it transmits gameplay from the cloud (in this case, NVIDIA’s servers) to the device of your choice. Currently, they have applications available to access this service…

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Fans of Wizards of the Coast’s trading card game Magic: The Gathering will now have another game to get excited about. Netmarble, known most for its mobile title Lineage II: Revolution, has partnered with the creators of the card game to develop its latest title, Magic: ManaStrike. What is Magic: ManaStrike? Magic: ManaStrike is a mobile real-time, PvP focused, collectible card game, with a twist. Based on the lore of the world of MTG, players have access to the wide variety of spells, creatures, and even Planeswalkers that are available in the TCG. Matches are no more than three minutes…

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Fans of the Walking Dead games are going to see an excellent return of the series. Skybound Games has announced that the acclaimed series by former studio Telltale Games will be coming to Switch starting today, with the arrival on Steam being sometime this week. Skybound has stated that this will be a release of all four chapters to the system. This means that Season Two and A New Frontier will be joining all currently available seasons on Nintendo’s E-Shop. Also, all four seasons will be available for purchase at $14.99 US each. Secondly, they also announced that a Steam re-release…

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Humble, the company behind the Humble Monthly Bundle, announced the release of a new special bundle. For $25, the storefront is offering 29 different games to help fight the fires currently active in Australia as well as assist with wildlife groups. Furthermore, Humble states that “100% of the proceeds from your bundle purchase go to help the wildlife and animals affected by the Australian bushfires.” Games on the List The following games will be in the bundle: Hollow Knight Void Bastards Armello Euro Truck Simulator Duck Game Hand of Fate 2 Paradigm Crawl The Adventure Pals Regular Human Basketball Satellite…

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Mircosoft announced that their Game Pass on PC would be getting slightly more substantial. First, though, they revealed that new members could subscribe to the service for only one dollar on PC. The games joining the lineup of over 100 PC games on the Game Pass service are A Plague Tale: Innocence, Children of Morta, and GRIS. About the Games A Plague Tale: Innocence This is a tale about a young girl and her younger brother who go through one of history’s darkest periods. This game is a must-play for fans of the action-adventure genre. If you would like more…

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Today’s world has seen a rise in mental health issues. The rates of suicide and depression have increased, even with access to great technology. For some, video games are a coping mechanism, and a medium to tell their story, and explore their pain. Several games tread these waters carefully. Titles like Life is Strange and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice comes to mind. A handful of groups from around the world have helped spread awareness of these issues to bigger audiences. Safe In Our World is one such organization. Based in England, Safe In Our World works with gamers and developers to…

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Onion Soup Interactive, indie development studio for Nippon Marathon, announced on their Steam Page that they would donate profits of their game to Australian WIRES (Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Service). This comes as a result of the recent events in Australia. With the number of fires going on, people worldwide are pitching in to lend them a hand. And here. Onion Soup is making their own pitch. From their post on their website: Onion Soup Interactive today announced it will donate all profits for one week from sales of Nippon Marathon on Steam to charity. Profit from the sales…

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In a rather strange string of events, Valve has released a trailer for Half-Life: Alyx. What’s even odder in that it will be a strictly VR experience, completely immersing you in the role of Alyx Vance (yes, from Half-Life 2). Rundown The trailer for the game gives us a look into the world and gameplay we’ll be seeing in this entry. The description for the trailer reads: Set between the events of Half Life and Half Life 2, Half Life: Alyx is a new full length game built from the ground up by Valve for Virtual Reality While this doesn’t…

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According to Kotaku, news has surfaced that Anthem, EA’s looter shooter, might be getting a rework. This news comes from sources in both developer Bioware and publisher EA after months of silence on the state of the game. There is no real shape or form to these ideas, so both companies may still be figuring all that out. With that said, it comes as a significant surprise. With their recent updates to their endgame receiving a somewhat mixed reception, a lot of people in the community thought that Bioware had given up on the project. Some Details: There isn’t much…

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Earlier today, Microsoft had a massive showcase of what is to come for their console and their services come this holiday. Inside Xbox, which usually lists upcoming Game Pass games and one or two titles that are coming to the platform. Today, in particular, was special because of the amount of content on display.  Overall, there were; 20 Total Game Announcements 30 Games on game pass Announcement regarding xCloud On To The Games! Above all, the games were the main highlight of the show. Some highlights include Halo Reach, 3 Yakuza games, Crossfire X, and Age of Empires 4. These…

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