IN THE SPOTLIGHT

The first thing I did when I heard about Dragon Quest Builders 2, is shout "DIBS!" at the top of my digital lungs in our DumeeGamer.com Whatsapp group. Back off, people this game is mine! So, after a brief explanation of how this game should be best reviewed by me, everyone was peacefully coerced into believing that Dragon Quest Builders 2 should indeed be mine to review (and I really can't stress the word 'peacefully' enough...)

So, we've returned to the world of Dragon Quest Builders once again. and not a minute too soon. The evil children of Hargon have put an abrupt end to all the cooking and creating that made all the villagers so happy. In Dragon Quest Builders 2, you take the role of an apprentice builder, on whose young but sturdy shoulders rests the hope of the world...

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WEEKLY TOP 3 RELEASES

  • Etherborn

    Etherborn is an environmental puzzle platformer built on exploring and understanding gravity-shifting structures. You are a voiceless being that has just been born into a world where a bodiless voice awaits your arrival. As your first thoughts emerge, you realise your journey has just begun. You must reach this ethereal voice to fully understand your own existence...

    Action / Adventure
    Altered Matter
    PC / PS4 / Xbox One / Switch
    July 18, 2019

  • Redeemer: Enhanced Edition

    An intense modern take on the brawler genre where you will punch, hack, and blast your way through enemies using fists, hammers, fire arms, and the environment itself. Vasily, once an elite operative working for the biggest Cybernetic Weapon Manufacturer in the world, narrowly escaped to a secluded monastery when the corporation wanted to make him one of its cyborg soldiers.

    Action / Brawler
    Sobaka Studio & Good Shepherd Entertainment
    PC / PS4 / Xbox One / Switch
    July 19, 2019

  • Lost Orbit

    Stranded after his ship is destroyed in deep space, Harrison, a lowly maintenance worker and our hero, must struggle to find his way home. Lost Orbit centers around the exploration of space. Players take control of a Harrison the lone astronaut who sets off on a dangerous journey to rejoin his civilization, armed with only an improvised set of equipment and a relentless spirit!

    Action / Adventure
    PixelNauts
    PC / PS4 / Xbox One / Switch
    July 16, 2019






EVEN MORE EPIC STUFF

  • Dead Space Is it Friday already? How can that be, I distinctly remember it being Monday not a day ago... Damn, ladies and gentlemen; this traveling through time has got my brain all tangled up. Not that this is actually a deviation from the norm, but still... missing an entire week is never fun. Oh well, now I'll have to call some people and see what I have been up to these past few days...

  • Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Readers of this review beware; the statute of secrecy is in danger. So for all of you who are so-called muggles or no-mages, please move along and read one of the other reviews. This one is for wizards and squibs only!

  • Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis (Switch release) Gamers of a certain age probably remember a game series called Secret Files. The series consisted of four games that were definitely among the better ones in the point 'n click genre. The first three installments in the series were centered around Nina Kalenkov, a brave and feisty red haired girl on a mission to save the world...

  • Mortal Kombat Sadhonker? YO SADHONKER, where the hell are you bro? Well, that's just typical. First, he goes absolutely bonkers with a machete, almost causing the downfall of our universe. Naturally, I had to step in and use my brilliant mind to save the day. But now, with all said and done and our Big Red HQ is one big mess that really needs to be cleaned up, he's gone with the wind...

  • Slender: The Arrival (Switch release) This is actually a funny story. We, Ferry and Diana, have been curious about this game for a long time now. We both love a good horror story, so that's something this game might offer us. On the other hand, if it comes to playing a horror title, our preferences lie with games in which we have an arsenal of weapons at our disposal...

  • Rise of the Triad Ah good, you're back! That comes as a huge relief, ladies and gentlemen. You see, we (Dennis and yours truly) inadvertently came about this close to destroying the universe (yes, again!) in our battle against the security AI gone haywire...

  • Boxing Champs I was just minding my own business on a random afternoon when suddenly I get a text from Lady DumeeGamer herself, saying: "Tom, you own a Nintendo Switch, right? And you like fighting games right?" So I replied with a double yes and before I even knew it I was playing Boxing Champs!

  • Selma and the Wisp Selma and the Wisp is a logic puzzle game with a pretty creepy vibe, originally released on August 4, 2016 for Steam by indie developer Toucan Studio. As from May 31 of this year, gamers will also be able to enjoy this puzzle platform game on their Nintendo Switch, giving this game a portable experience. Although the game has already been out there for a few years, I haven't had the chance to play it yet. I love horror and puzzle games and thought this game had a vibe similar to Limbo (Which I loved playing). So naturally, I am very excited to finally play this title!

  • Marblelous Animals The title of this app game really says it all; it's a marvellous game with positively bulbous animals that roll around like marbles. What can I say more? Well, I have about 300 words left in this review to talk about it. The general story behind the game is that you need to help the animals to get home, which means finish every level to make sure you marvellous marble animal friend gets home safe and sound.