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Knockout City I just love going online and playing games together with other gamers from around the globe. And as fun as coop games can be, sometimes I like a good match; teams battling against each other to see who will come out victorious! When I heard about Velan Studios and EA's upcoming title Knockout City I knew immediately, that it would be something for me. I mean, it's dodgeball! What's not to like?
7 Souls While I was doing some investigating into which game would be the subject of my next review, for you poor reading souls, I discovered something very disturbing, at least for me. For unknown reasons we have never ever talked about one of my favorites publishers, Inside Up Games, here in our good old All Aboard review section (Sorry Conor). But we'll change that! Right here, right now!
Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards The first time I saw a trailer for Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards, I was immediately convinced that I needed to play this game. It reminded me of one of my all-time favorite games in the genre, Diablo. Plus, I really love to play isometric action RPGs. The game was released for PC and Nintendo Switch on May 26, so let's waste no more time and dive into the world of Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards.
Back in December of 2020, I unleashed my inner pirate and took to the seven seas in the Alpha version of a then upcoming game called King of Seas. Now, I wasn't the best sailor around (must have been all that rum), but I did actually enjoy my time aboard my pirate vessel, scouring the waterways and decimating my enemies as I went along. So, fast forward a couple of months and it is finally time for the game's full release. So I once again donned my captain's hat, hoisted my pirate flag and set out to see if it really is the pirate life for me!
Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice After a string of games, stretching all the way back to 1987, the Leisure Suit Larry series spawned its latest installment, Wet Dreams Dry Twice in October of 2020. The game was originally available for PC and Mac OS only, but has now also been released for the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. So it's finally possible for console users to witness the misadventures of probably the most maladapted dude in the entire world, Larry Laffer!
Tranquility Floating along on mother nature's currents, going where the wind takes us, surrounded by the sounds of seagulls and sloshing waves. Now, finding oneself on a small sailing boat in beautiful waters sounds awesome, but we should always be aware of Jagged Rocks, Sea Monsters or Sudden Storms while navigating between so many uninhabitable islands, in search for that one suitable island to live the paradise life.
Days Gone (PC release) Days Gone has a special place in my heart since it launched on PS4, back in April 2019. I love the story about Deacon, his best friend Boozer and his beloved wife Sarah. The game had a bit of rough start when it was first released, due to a number of bugs, but luckily, those got sorted soon after release. Nowadays, many players all over the world love and play this game as much as I do. This year, it's time for all the PC gamers out there to get their hands on this game and finally join the ride!
Dark Nights with Poe and Munro Welcome dear readers, to Dark Nights with Poe and Munro, a slightly odd radio show that deals with everything strange and wonderful. And here are your hosts, John Poe and Ellis Munro. Let's see what they have in store for us tonight, shall we? Better yet, let's see if they can make it through this night with their sanity intact... or alive, for that matter!