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. Last year, it already became one of the PS Plus collection games that you could download and play for free, provided you have a PS Plus subscription, and this year it's time for all the PC gamers out there to get their hands on this game and finally join the ride!



  • Days Gone

    The wait is finally over; This awesome adventure has arrived on PC! Days Gone is an open-world action-adventure game set in a harsh wilderness two years after a devastating global pandemic. Play as Deacon St. John, a drifter and bounty hunter who rides the broken road, fighting to survive while searching for a reason to live.

    Action / Adventure
    Bend Studio & Sony Interactive Entertainment
    May 18, 2021

  • Outbreak: Endless Nightmares

    Outbreak: Endless Nightmares twists the series' survival horror gameplay by adding elements of roguelike gameplay. You'll need to explore, hunt for supplies, uncover clues, and fight your way through each anomaly - each consisting of semi-procedurally generated instances where both the environment, and the undead, are out to kill you!

    Horror / Survival
    Dead Drop Studios
    PC / Xbox One / Xbox Series X|S
    May 19, 2021

  • Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice

    Hey Ladies, Larry speaking! It's time to get wet again! I am not done yet and still dreaming of you in Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice. I left New Lost Wages, stranded in Cancum, and had prepared to marry my only true love, Faith. But, unforeseen events interrupted us and we've become separated again! Please help me find her...

    Action / Adventure
    CrazyBunch & Assemble Entertainment
    PS4 / Switch / Xbox One
    May 18, 2021

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  • Almighty: Kill Your Gods - Early Access Your island is in danger and it is up to you to stop the march of evil that spreads across it. So why not pick a fight with your gods, right? Yes, let's! So muster your courage and stand up for what's right. So, dear readers, let's get out there, become almighty and kill some gods! Trust me, they had it coming...

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  • Zombies!!! It's been a while since I delved into my board game collection, dear readers. The fun thing about this is that you always come across games you half-forgot that you had. Especially if you own a great big lot of board games, old and new alike, you might be surprised by what you have. You might find something shiny, something filled with orcs and goblins or something fun, fast and colorful. And if you dig deeper into darker regions of your game collection, you might even find something... undead.

  • SaGa Frontier Remastered SaGa Frontier is a JRPG, developed by Square and originally released in Japan for the original Playstation back in 1997. Now, if you are a big JRPG fan like me, you have probably heard about the remastered edition of this game that will be released right as I'm writing this review, on April 15, 2021. I was absolutely stoked when I found out about this and I'm thrilled to tell you all about it. So, without further ado, here we go!

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  • Harvest Moon: One World Since a couple of weeks I can call myself the proud owner of a Nintendo Switch. My wife is super happy with it as well, which sometimes is a bit unfortunate for me, because now we both want some playtime on this awesome console. Last week, I had to baby-sit my sister in law's dog and like the ninja-pro that I am, I surreptitiously took the Nintendo Switch with me, so I could spend some quality game time alone and play the latest Harvest Moon game (after I finished walking and playing with the dog, of course).