Picklock, highly acclaimed by gamers, gripping robbery stealth-adventure is out on Switch. Abandon your honest life and shamelessly steal from your neighbors’ houses. Remember to put aside your moral code in the process. Entered a children’s room and found a collector’s doll? Don’t overthink it, just grab it! Your goal is to continually develop your burglar’s skills and become as sophisticated in your crimes as possible, and, of course…rich! Break-in, steal, and deceive your way to a luxurious existence. At each level, you will face a new challenge. Your targets will range from a roll of toilet paper at your … Continue reading Picklock Game Sneaks to Nintendo Switch
The Black Legend demo, previously only available during the Steam Autumn Festival, gives you an early taste of the first hour of Black Legend and shows off some of the early classes, weapons, quests, and enemies. In Black Legend, the player leads a custom squadron of mercenaries into the accursed city of Grant to aid a struggling resistance against a deadly cult of fanatics. Piece together stories from survivors, discover new equipment and classes for your team, and delve into many locations during your quest to discover how to stop the city’s curse from spreading. Explore deep into the city … Continue reading Play the Black Legend Demo on Steam
Torchlight III offers a bright and colorful, easy-to-play hack and slash dungeon diving RPG. You really don’t need a lot of experience in the genre to begin playing, but even masters of this realm will find a lot to love in this more fluffy, cartoon-like role-playing utopia.
One of Call of Duty’s most iconic multiplayer maps is now available for all players for free! Nuketown ’84 is a fast and frenetic 6v6 map set in a nuclear testing ground modeled on an idyllic American neighborhood. Although the layout may look familiar to fans of the original Black Ops Nuketown, Nuketown ’84 is a sister site in the Nevada desert originally primed for nuclear testing that was ultimately inhabited by a group of social misfits who made it their home. For more information on Nuketown ’84, including tips and tricks, head to the Call of Duty blog. Publishers: … Continue reading Call of Duty Nuketown 84 Returns
Become a novice construction engineer with one big dream: earn enough money to build your dream house with your own hands. Start your company and accept all sorts of orders, from general ruined property renovations to leveling undeveloped land and house foundation excavation. Take on projects from constructing a small hut in the forest to a real hacienda on a sandy beach. Once you have earned enough funds and experience, you will finally have the chance to build your very own home from scratch. Draw up a design and follow the construction plans accordingly. Take care of every detail, from … Continue reading Build an Awesome Abode in Dreamhouse The Game
Red Dead Online – the vibrant, ever-evolving world where you can take on a range of unique roles and pursuits to blaze your own outlaw trail across the American frontier – will be available to purchase as a standalone game from the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, Rockstar Games Launcher, Epic Games Store and Steam on December 1st. For the first time, new players who do not already own Red Dead Redemption 2 can experience everything Red Dead Online has to offer, including access to all future content updates. Check our our review of Red Dead Redemption 2. Forge your own … Continue reading Red Dead Online To Be Offered as a Standalone Game
While Vampire’s Fall seems like a pretty good idea, with players taking on the role of a powerful vampire out for revenge, the game originally came out for mobile platforms – and probably should have stayed there. Some of the mobile gameplay just does not translate well in this port.
If all of those Thanksgiving leftovers get to be too much, check out the new Pizza DLC for Cooking Simulator for a change of pace and palate. This one will have you using real recipes to craft the perfect pizza pies to please both yourself and your adoring customers.
All games currently using the Steam Input API are now fully compatible with the new PS5 controller – with no developer updates required, it just works. Full support for the LED, trackpad, rumble and gyro features are available for players to configure in games such as Death Stranding, No Man’s Sky, Horizon: Zero Dawn and more. It’s available now for players opted into the public beta Steam desktop client, and platform wide support is targeted to ship after further testing. More information, including how developers can implement the feature and how players can try it, is available here. Developers: Valve … Continue reading Steam Adds PlayStation 5 Controller Support
CD PROJEKT RED released today a new video for Cyberpunk 2077, offering gamers the latest look at gameplay and numerous aspects of the experience from the soon-to-be-released title. The video features over 5 minutes of in-game footage thrusting gamers deep into the most dangerous megalopolis of the year 2077 — Night City. Never-before-seen interactions and action scenes are shown, revealing details about the story, as well as characters — including their backgrounds and motivations. In addition to discussing the primary objective of the game’s protagonist, the up and coming cyber-enhanced mercenary going by the name V, part of the trailer … Continue reading Cyberpunk 2077 Gets Lengthy New Gameplay Trailer