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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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Crawl Into The Dungeons Fall 2020

Torchlight III Will Light Up Nintendo Switch

The most recent installment of the Torchlight series, Torchlight 3, has been on Steam Early Access since June of 2020. Now, with the seasons changing around us and the game undergoing continued pre-release fixes and changes, developer Echtra Games has announced the title will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, in addition to the other platforms previously revealed. 

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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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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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Season two shambles out later this year.

Check Out A Developer Update On Zombie Army 4: Dead War's Next Two Seasons

We've had a mere seven months to come to grips with the unending Nazi hordes of Zombie Army 4: Dead War.  After working through the core gameplay content and a whole season's worth of extras, I can only imagine that ZA4's playerbase is thoroughly exhausted.  They'll need to find some way to push on, though, as developer Rebellion is proving to be as unrelenting as their undead antagonists.

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Vertically challenging...

Dying Light's Hellraid DLC Impressions and Stream Recap

I'll be honest, when Hellraid was announced it was easily one of my most anticipated co-op games. Heretic and Hexen were some of my all time favorite shooters and this looked like a solid spiritual successor. Hellraid has taken a turn though, instead of a full fledged release (at least for now) - it's merely a concept in a piece of content for Dying Light. So does it scratch that itch?

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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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In the goose world, it's honk or be honked.

Honk Your Way To Victory In Untitled Goose Game's New Co-Op Mode

Everyone's favorite game about an especially mischievous goose is about to get a local, two player co-op mode, meaning double the trouble and double the honks.  As announced earlier this week, Untitled Goose Game will be expanding its player count via a free update on September 23rd.  You can obviously still pick up the game before that update hits, but just know that you'll be a very lonely goose until then.

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