Archive for June 2021

Ty The Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD Coming to PlayStation 4 This Month

24 June, 2021 by

One of our favourite Tasmanian tigers is finally getting his release on the PS4 at the end of June. TY The Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue HD was initially released on the Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One earlier in the year after a successful Kickstarter campaign, and developers Krome Studios have been beavering away to get the PlayStation version up and running.

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Radio Viscera Brings The Pain In July

24 June, 2021 by

Imagine a top down, bullet hell game… without bullets. That’s what developers Fire Face have created with Radio Viscera, a manic game with an isometric view where you have to escape a cult installation, with only an air gun to your name.

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Marvel’s Avengers Cosmic Cube Villain Event Begins Today

23 June, 2021 by

Square Enix have announced that the next free event for Marvel’s Avengers, which was teased during the Hawkeye: Future Imperfect storyline will release today when the latest patch has been pushed through. This will be available across all PlayStation, Xbox and PC platforms where you can buy the game. Update 23/06/2021- With the update now going live, Square Enix advises PlayStation 5 players not to share any screenshots or broadcasts as their IP address can be exposed.

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Worms Rumble Launches On Xbox & Switch Today, Physical Copies Incoming

23 June, 2021 by

After being announced in last week’s Nintendo E3 direct, Team 17 have unleashed Worms Rumble across Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and the Epic Games Store today along with a free map, cross-play matchmaking as well as some paid DLC and a physical edition coming in July. It’s quite the crateful of information.

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Tekken X Street Fighter Officially Cancelled Then Reinstated

22 June, 2021 by

While Bandai Namco are riding the popularity waves caused by Kazuya Mishima becoming the next fighter to appear in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, gamers have been wondering what happened to the Tekken X Street Fighter crossover, which was supposed to be a follow up of the PlayStation 3/ Xbox 360 brawler Street Fighter X Tekken which released way back in 2012, after all the project was never officially cancelled.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Is Back On The PlayStation Store

22 June, 2021 by

After what could only be described as a botched launch, CD Projekt Red’s dystopian RPG Cyberpunk 2077 has been relaunched on the PlayStation Store. The game, which currently costs £39.99, originally launched back in December after suffering numerous delays.

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E3 2021: Limited Run Games Announces 25 Games Set For Physical Release

15 June, 2021 by

Limited Run Games, the publishers who are responsible for bringing digital only games and giving them a physical release have announced their next twenty-five games that will be released over the course of the next year. Most are for either the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5, however some will be coming to older platforms such as the Mega Drive and SNES. Let’s have a look at what they’ve announced.

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E3 2021: Warner Bros. Games Announces More Information On Back 4 Blood

13 June, 2021 by

At E3, developers Turtle Rock Studios and Warner Bros. Games have decided to focus their efforts on the up and coming zombie co-op Back 4 Blood. As well as making an appearence in the Xbox Bethesda showcase, the team have released an extended look, delving into the game and how the multiplayer modes are shaping up.

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E3 2021: Xbox & Bethesda

13 June, 2021 by

Xbox and Bethesda are teaming up to bring a double whammy of an E3 conference this year. It makes sense as Microsoft completed their purchase of the Elder Scrolls company earlier in the year and to celebrate the teams are going all out in probably the biggest show of the whole of E3 2021. Here’s a summary of what happened throughout the 2021 showcase

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E3 2021: Gearbox E3 Showcase

12 June, 2021 by

We’re back with the second E3 2021 presentation of the day. This time we’ll be taking a look at Gearbox Software’s slate of games. Unlike Ubisoft’s presentation where you can pretty much guess their running order, this promises to be filled with more surprises and curveballs. Let’s take a look.

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