IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Heart's Medicine - Doctor's Oath has been out for mobile devices for almost two years now. Since then, a huge number of players have already enjoyed this fourth installment in the Heart's Medicine series on their iOS or Android phone anywhere they want. But some people prefer to play their favorite games on PC, so one of the most asked questions at the Blue Giraffe studio was: "When PC?" Well ladies and gentlemen, we have your answer right here: "Now PC!"

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WEEKLY TOP 3 RELEASES

  • Escape Game: Fort Boyard

    Beat all the trials to escape the Fort with the treasure! You will need all your endurance and dexterity to escape an old fort lost in the sea by passing all its obstacles and beating the trial. Team up with your friends or family, gather all the clues and keys to solve the final enigma. Be careful! If you don't make it out on time, you will be imprisoned! Can you get your hands on the treasure and ascape?

    Action / Puzzle
    Appeal Studios & Microïds
    Switch
    July 7, 2020

  • CrossCode

    This retro-inspired 2D Action RPG might just outright surprise you. CrossCode combines 16-bit SNES-style graphics with butter-smooth physics, a fast-paced combat system, and engaging puzzle mechanics, served with a gripping sci-fi story. Step into the sturdy boots of Lea; a young girl who is an avatar in the game CrossWorlds. But we'll soon discover that Lea is no ordinary avatar...

    Action RPG
    Deck 13 Spotlight
    PS4 / Switch / Xbox One
    July 9, 2020

  • Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2

    Get rady for classic 2D action and a dark, 8-bit aesthetic, mixed with modern playability and a multiple-scenario structure. Take control of Zangetsu, a swordsman who bears a deep grudge against demonkind. Zangetsu must battle his way to the demonic stronghold and can ally himself with a brand new cast of characters he meets along the way and add them to the playable roster.

    Action / Platform
    Inti Creates
    PC / PS4 / Switch / Xbox One
    July 10, 2020






EVEN MORE EPIC STUFF

  • Batman: Arkham Asylum Welcome, dear readers, to our Big Red HQ. Now, you might notice that it is quite dark around here. I assure you, there is a perfectly logical explanation for that... if I could just think of one. Truth is, I don't know what happened. One minute, I was happily working away at my latest super-secret project which is aimed at making our lives here at the Big Red HQ quite a lot easier and indefinitely more fun, and the next... nothing but darkness and silence.

  • Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Sometimes a game is so surprisingly good, that you cannot help but wonder why you didn't play them earlier! During the Corona period, I took the opportunity to make the most out of the sales going on in several online game stores and spend some extra money on games. So, PlayStation had a very nice sale during Corona times and I finally bought a game that I've had my eye on for quite a while.

  • Dungeons III - Complete Collection In real life, we are required to behave a certain way. To hold our tongue and be polite. We keep in certain outrageous emotions and keep ourselves in check. Why? Why should we not hit that annoying kid in the supermarket? Why not kick that awful co-worker in the butt. But no, we're required to watch what we say so as to not offend or hurt someone else's incredibly sensitive feelings. But there's good news everyone! After having to keep our temper in check in the real world, we can now be bad... with the Dungeons III Complete Collection. And believe me; it is wonderful to be bad.

  • Pokémon Sword & Shield: The Isle of Armor DLC The first of the two eagerly awaited DLC expansions for Pokémon Sword & Shield has finally arrived, so let's continue our journey in the Galar region as we travel to the Isle of Armor!

  • Goldeneye 007 Hmmm, something seems to be changing... It feels kinda off. I can't put my finger on it but, to stay in-theme with the last Big Red Timemachine voyage you guys took: "There is a disturbance in the force". This will need investigating. Not right now, however, because there are far more important matters to deal with at this time.

  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Now, Star Wars has been popular ever since it first came out all the way back in theaters back in 1977. During the decades that followed, a number of Star Wars games were made for various systems, ranging from flight simulators to fully fledged first person shooters. It would, however, take until 2009 for a true Star Wars action-adventure game to be released...

  • Cannibal Cuisine This is a Cook 'm up game, which means that you have to make sure all kinds of nice and tasty dishes leave your kitchen, straight into the belly of the always hungry evil deity, Hoochooboo. No animals were harmed in this game because you don't use animal meat... No sir, it's all human flesh on this menu, which makes perfect sense, because the game isn't called Cannibal Cuisine for nothing.

  • Mario Party ** Dennis singing loudly: Well you can tell by the way I use my walk I'm a woman's man, no time to talk. Music loud and women warm, I've been kicked around since I was born... And now it's all right, it's okay. And you may look the other way We can try to understand the Time Machine's effect on man! **

  • Predator: Hunting Grounds Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger) said it back in 1987, and I will say it now: "If it bleeds, we can kill it." Predator Hunting grounds. Wow, if there ever was a game I have been waiting for, it has to be this one. And is it all I expected it to be?? Well, in some areas yes. In others... no, but not in a negative way. Allow me to explain.