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Day: June 9, 2022
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TOKOYO: The Tower of Perpetuity Climbs to Great Heights on Steam, Nintendo Switch

TOKOYO: The Tower of Perpetuity, the 2D roguelike action-platformer set in a regenerating tower developed by //commentout and published by PLAYISM, ascends from Steam Early Access into version 1.0 on PC and climbs onto Nintendo Switch today. Five prisoners seek freedom from the ever-changing maze of the infernal Tower of Perpetuity. Start the ascension as one of these heroes, each […]

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Owlcat Games announces Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader

Award-winning studio Owlcat Games is thrilled to announce Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader – the first classic roleplaying game with turn-based combat in the legendary grim darkness of the far future of Warhammer 40,000, produced in close collaboration with Games Workshop to be released on PC and consoles. The World Premiere, including the first glimpse of […]

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Blood Bowl 3: The Third Beta Begins!

Here we go! The third phase of the Blood Bowl 3 beta kicked off during the Warhammer Skulls festival. The beta, which will last until 12 June, sees the arrival of two new formations, the Chaos Renegades and the Old World Alliance, and introduces a new feature: the pitches and their specific gameplay rules. Gautier Bresard, project manager for Blood Bowl 3, presents those […]

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DreadXP to Publish Psychological Survival Horror Game “ Mirror Forge ”

DreadXP — an independent horror publisher and production company — announced today that it has acquired the publishing rights for Mirror Forge, a first-person psychological survival horror game inspired by genre favorites such as Silent Hill and Stranger Things. In development by Bobby “MystivDev” Mojsovski, Mirror Forge tasks players with roaming between realities constructed by fear, madness, and machinery. Mirror Forge is set to […]

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Indie Corner Episode 12: A Break Inbetween

I’m back with a new episode of Indie Corner! It’s been a while since the last episode, as May has been a difficult month for me. Fortunately, I seem to be back on the mend after a rough couple of weeks. I’ve been playing, as usual, quite a few games during my work downtime, and […]

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