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  • TSIOQUE (PC) Review | GamePitt

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    Nicola writes: OhNoo Studio, creator of Tormentum, a dark Point and Click adventure game which is inspired by the late H.R. Giger’s sadistic artwork, is back with another beautifully presented game known as ‘TSIOQUE‘. TSIOQUE is avaliable now on Steam with influences coming from old-school games such as Day of the Tentacle for its colourful design, and Pajama Sam for it’s ... more.
  • Epic’s ‘No Questions Asked’ Refunds Policy Asks a Lot of Questions

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    From GameWatcher: "Epic Games Store hasn't been up and running for too long now, but it seems that the lovey-dovey honeymoon phase with the new service may well be over for Epic's much-touted Steam competitor. Epic Games Store Refund Policy is, as it turns out, rather troubling in its current form, which stands in stark contrast with the promised 'no questions asked' refund policy we heard T... more.
  • Monster Hunter: World Getting Massive “Iceborne” Expansion, The Witcher 3 Crossover, and More

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    During the celebration for The Games Award, Monster Hunter: World Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto teased news coming in a few days. Today he delivered. GameGuidedog Partners Monster Hunter: World Getting Massive "Iceborne" Expansion, The Witcher 3 Crossover, and More... more.
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive getting review-bombed on Steam

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    The decision to make Counter-Strike: Global Offensive free to play doesn't seem to be sitting well with the game's existing playerbase, who have been review-bombing the game's Steam page with more than 22,000 negative reviews since. GameGuidedog Partners Counter-Strike: Global Offensive getting review-bombed on Steam... more.
  • John Romero’s new game is a free megawad for the original Doom, full details revealed

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    A lot of gamers got excited yesterday when John Romero announced that his new project would be unveiled today. However, it appears that this new “John Romero” game is just a megawad for the original Doom and nothing more. GameGuidedog Partners John Romero's new game is a free megawad for the original Doom, full details revealed... more.
  • Sony Exec: PS4 Pro a Good Example of Necessary Evolution; Our Players Demand Single Player Games

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    Sony executive Warwick Light called PS4 Pro a good example of necessary evolution. He then remarked how PlayStation fans demand single player games like God of War, Spider-Man and the other exclusives released this year. GameGuidedog Partners Sony Exec: PS4 Pro a Good Example of Necessary Evolution; Our Players Demand Single Player Games... more.
  • Kynseed Upcoming Update Delivers a Fresh Breeze

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    Kynseed is a sandbox RPG simulation with stunningly beautiful graphics. It is not dissimilar in appearance to Rakuen and Stardew Valley. The game allows you to make choices and therefore carve your own unique story. The next update will bring some long awaited changes. GameGuidedog Partners Kynseed Upcoming Update Delivers a Fresh Breeze... more.
  • A Look at Fallout 76’s Legal Situation

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    Tech Raptor: We talked to the Video Game Lawyer and discussed the legal situation surrounding Fallout 76, namely the class action lawsuit led by Migliaccio & Rathod LLC. GameGuidedog Partners A Look at Fallout 76's Legal Situation... more.
  • Battlefield V is currently almost half off

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    EA just released their latest entry in the Battlefield franchise, Battlefield V, last month. Set during World War II and packed with 64-player multiplayer, this may be the most intense Battlefield game yet. Right now, it’s almost half off. Unfortunately, Battlefield V is also a game that critics and players alike have complained suffers from bugs, which probably explains the deeply discount... more.
  • ‘Resident Evil 2 Remake’s a Ton of Fun, But Feels Too Familiar To Truly Frighten | Wikia

    Posted by on December 10, 2018 under News
    Vanfernal 1h ago Who would've thought that something is less scary 20 years after pioneering a genre. /s When the first few Resident Evil games came out horror games were still new. Add to that the fact that if you played them when they came out, you were much younger and impressionable. I loved the RE1 remake when it came out on the GameCube. I found it much less scary than the original game. Wa... more.


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