Have you heard of Moonlighter? If you love the idea of being an RPG shop keeper stocking your shelves, crafting more wares, but still going out on adventures to make it all possible, then you're exactly like me -- and you should be paying attention!
The game is officially coming out May 29 on Steam, GoG, Windows 10, and Xbox One, and PS4. Back in October of 2017 they announced a Switch version, but it appears that won't be coming out until sometime later.
I feel like I've been in a "check out this cool game coming out" mode lately. Keeping with that trend, here's another game that looks pretty cool: Jurassic World evolution. It's basically a dinosaur park management simulator. As the player, you'll get to control and design the park, handling everything from dinosaur breeding to park logistics.
Looks pretty good. I'm usually not falling head over heals for the sim/management games on PC. Looks neat and worth keeping on the radar.
Release date is June 12, and I think there's a new Jurassic World movie coming out around then too.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is one of those games I saw back at an E3 or during some game conference and thought it looked decent, but then forgot about it completely.
They were kickstarted successfully back in 2014 for four times their ask, and were planning to deliver the game much sooner but saw some setbacks. Now the game is coming out February 13, 2018 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
Short post tonight, friends. I have a cold/flu I’m battling that zaps me every time I try to play something. I did manage to play the three quests in Monster Hunter World Beta on the PS4.
Graev is really the big MH fanatic of the family, so I have to defer to him on all of the real technical details on things. I’m a novice having only played two previous versions, one of which I only dabbled and the other I played for maybe 30 hours. Something about MH on a 3DS screen is what kept me from playing more. I needed that bigger screen and controller to immerse myself more.
Monster Hunter World is awesome. It’s still very much Monster Hunter, but the presentation on PS4 is excellent. I think the controls are what make it for me more than anything else. The graphics are also really pretty, but something about having so much more control over my character while fighting a giant boss on a big screen felt right. I’ll have more to say when I think think straight and try more weapons.
If you have a PS4, even an original launch one like me, give it a shot! The beta is open until the morning of the 12th.