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Dead Island Retro Revenge is an on-rails beat ‘em up currently available on PlayStation 4, and there’s only one way of getting it: buying the Dead Island Definitive Collection. It’s more of a bonus free game for your purchase, and who doesn’t like free? Are you ready to learn more about this action release? Then come check out our Dead Island Retro Revenge Review!
Deep Silver got in touch with us to share a new trailer for Deadlight: Director’s Cut! Come check out this new video for the definitive version of Deadlight that is making its way to the PlayStation 4 next month! The game will be available for $19.99, and is releasing on June 21st.
Are you ready to learn more about the characters for Homefront: The Revolution? Then come check out a story trailer for the game! Players get to control Ethan Brady, a raw recruit plunged into a desperate struggle for freedom as the Resistance try to save Benjamin Walker – the one man who can inspire the people to rise up. What will the Resistance do to achieve its goals? Is “by any means necessary” the right way to do things?
Welcome to the Wasteland. Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut is a no holds barred RPG that focuses on players’ choices, making it feel really unique when compared to everything else currently on the market. What about the original Wasteland? How come I haven’t heard of that? That’s because the original came out in 1988 on PC. The team went on to create a game I’m sure you have heard: Fallout was the spiritual successor of Wasteland. The team behind Fallout 1 and 2 are now back… are you ready?
Risen 3: Titan Lords – Enhanced Edition is a new take of Risen 3: Titan Lords, a game previously released on PlayStation 3. This time around, a lot has changed for how the game looks, and it also includes what used to be DLC for Risen 3: Titan Lords now available right from the start. Is this new version worth your time and money? Only one way to find out!
Mighty No. 9, the crowdfunded game from indie studio Comcept (with the help from Inti Creates) finally has a solid release date… September 15, 2015! But that’s not all, Comcept has partnered with Deep Silver. What does this mean for those who backed the Kickstarter and for players who want to buy this game?