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Take to the road in your food truck and serve up some delicious dishes

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! Arrives Today

Vertigo Gaming's Cook, Serve, Delicious series welcomes a new entry today: Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! Similar to the past two games, you'll be in charge of cooking hitting a series of buttons to prepare, cook, and serve food to patrons, but this time you'll be doing it all in a food truck as you go from location-to-location driving through a war-torn America in the distant year of 2042... Yeah, maybe a bit too real these days?

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Come grab a heaping helping of Hyrulean combat.

New Gameplay Footage Available For Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity's release date isn't far off at this point, so naturally, folks are starting to get mighty curious about how it'll play, as well as how it'll differ from its predecessor.  Even though this style of hack-and-slash game tends to be more iterative than innovative, it's certainly understandable that fans of the genre want reasons to get excited about the upcoming title.

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Now you can call each other snobs/plebeians in real time!

Crossplay And A New Expansion Coming To Minecraft Dungeons

Minecraft Dungeons has had a pretty active update schedule since its summer release, which honestly makes a good deal of sense.  Loot-em-ups tends to live and die based on how well their developer can sustain a constant influx of new content, so Mojang's flurry of free and paid post-release expansions should help them establish a nice, solid player base.

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Try saying that five times fast.

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game - Complete Edition Out This Holiday Season

Given the isolated state the world has found itself in, there's been a lot of time to ponder things in 2020.  Should you go back to college and get that degree you've always wanted?  How many loaves of bread can one household eat in two weeks?  And, most importantly, could you beat up all of your partner's exes?

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And it's headed to PC at the end of the month.

Spelunky 2 Is Out Now On PlayStation 4

Spelunky 2, the long-awaited sequel to Derek Yu's roguelite platformer, Spelunky, has finally arrived.  While the PlayStation 4 version is available now, PC gamers must wait until September 29th to dig in.  It's been quite some time since fans have had a reason to die repeatedly in the series' underground caves, jungles, and temples, so I suspect many hundred of man hours have already been spent on discovering Spelunky 2's strategies and secrets.

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Customizing All Of The Creases And Crevices Of Your Own Stories

Popup Dungeon Available on Steam Now

There seems to be an ever-increasing number of games that offer RPG elements in their mix and there is a huge number of games in 2020 that boast an extreme depth to their  customizability. In this vein, Popup Dungeon has taken a direct approach upon launch, giving players "[o]ut of the Box: 1500+ abilities, 420+ items, 200+ fully-voiced enemies, 36 playable characters. ” If this sheer volume of options isn’t enough for you in a $24.99 RPG, maybe the adorable folded-paper design will win you over. Still need more? Check out the other features and launch trailer below.

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A good chance to exact your revenge on all those Lynels.

Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity Is Headed Our Way This Fall

It's been a surprisingly long time since the original Hyrule Warriors first came out on the Wii U.  The Dynasty Warriors-style hack and slasher may not have been groundbreaking, but the amount of fan service found within was more than enough to sustain its fans.  For those of you missing the opportunity it presented to kick absolute jaw-dropping amounts of Moblin butt, fret not, for a new savior has arrived.

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The perfect opportunity to test out those new NVIDIA cards.

Sling Low-Rez Spells In GRAVEN Next Year

Here's a hypothetical situation: you're a disgraced priest living in a psuedo-medieval world where horrid creatures are free to wander around and terrorize innocents.  What would you do?  Would you mope around, maybe write some strongly worded missives, or would you pick up your dang staff and set out to right those obvious wrongs?

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Celebrating Catherine Debut On Nintendo Consoles

Check Out This Catherine: Full Body Puzzle Trailer

Catherine may be one of the most unsettling games of the last console generation, but thanks to the excellent puzzle-based gameplay and the heavy-handed look at relationships, the game is getting new life with the Catherine: Full Body edition on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The trailer below (gameplay taken from the Switch) shows off the atmospheric and creepy puzzles (styled as the main character's dreams) players will navigate through, in the hope of helping Vincent, and possibly his relationship, survive.

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