A resetera user by the name of MetroidPrimeRib has come up with a brilliant, ranked list. A list that ranks all of the big monsters in Monster Hunter: World by how good their names would be as a death metal band.
There's an ever-increasing amount of local competitive multiplayer games so here's a simple one that you may want to add to your collection. When you're ready, grab your favourite bullet and get ready to shoot your friends in the head.
James writes - "The point and click adventure has come a long way since the likes of The Secret of Monkey Island, with a stark improvement on the visual front being the biggest change seen recently in The Inner World and Broken Age. Developers MidBoss have decided to do things in their own style though, and their addition to this ever growing genre takes the story into a futuristic cyberpunk world, whilst the aesthetics are a blast from the past in the form of pixel art. The title in question, 2064: Read Only Memories, is incredibly retro, but will that be more harmful to its chances of being a success, or should it be embraced to experience a worthwhile tale underneath it all?"
Shoppe keep was originally released on PC back in 2015 obtaining over 100,000 players, the main aim of the game is to run your own fantasy retail business set in a medieval time, from health potions to swords you can sell it all in this money managing retail RPG.
Jacob St-Amour from Link-Cable Writes: "Ubisoft, one of the most prolific third-party video game companies from around the globe have created a repertoire of fantastic titles and even more amazing franchises over the years. From the Far Cry series, titles that are inspired by the Tom Clancy name, to Assassins Creed, these games have built the framework for the French developer as one of the industrys best, but having said all of that, it does seem a certainly lovable mascot has been left in the dark and nowhere to be seen. Today, we take a look as to where is Rayman and why it is so important for the oddball character to be part of Ubisofts success."
Jacob St-Amour from Link-Cable Writes: "Over the last few months on a few separate occasions, we spoke about potential Indie games we wish would get sequels in the future. While we love to spread the Indie love, there are other titles that deserve recognition and are even more deserving of a sequel and that is exactly what we will be discussing today as we list off the games we feel as though should be warranted a sequel in the not so distant future."
In an age when games have no choice but to explain all of their arcane controls, upgrade systems, progression loops and ancient lore, Fe is a pleasant respite. There are no tutorials, walls of text, branching paths or chatty NPCs. In Fe, its just you and a vast, dangerous forest, filled with mysteries that youll uncover on your journey.
http://www.patreon.com/jimquisition http://sharkrobot.com/collections/Jimquisition-merch Weirdly, DW9 has actual defenders, and they squirmed like hell to discredit my criticisms, mostly saying it was my fault for not playing on Hard Mode. So... here we go.