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The Excavation of Hob’s Barrow has unfurled its folk horror on PC

A local village for local people Anybody fancying a little bit of a slow burn scare this weekend would do to take a look at Cloak & Dagger Games’ latest release, The Excavation of Hob’s Barrow, now available on PC via Steam and GOG.com. Seeped in folk horror vibes and sporting an aesthetic reminiscent of the golden age of the Commodore Amiga, The Excavation of Hob’s Barrow is the tale of author and antiquarian Thomasina Bateman, who is traveling the length and breadth of the countryside to explore the many barrows of…

Scorn’s release date moved up – Destructoid

Finally, some good news It feels like these days, we hear of a game’s launch getting delayed at least once a week, but the developers behind the upcoming biopunk survival horror game Scorn have flipped the script. Instead of pushing back their release date, Ebb Software has announced that Scorn will be coming out on October 14 now, a week ahead of its previously planned October 21 date. They haven’t given a reason why the game got moved up, but I certainly don’t hear anyone complaining about it. The game is inspired by…

Google Stadia is shutting down in January

After three years, Google Stadia is coming to an end. The Silicon Valley giant announced that the cloud-streaming platform will be going offline on January 18, 2023. In a blog post published on Thursday, Phil Harrison, Stadia’s vice president and general manager, said the company made the difficult decision to shut down Stadia because the cloud-streaming service hasn’t “gained the traction with users” that it expected since its launch in 2019. This is despite the developed technology that allowed players to play…

High tier PlayStation Stars members get priority customer service

The PlayStation Stars program launched in Japan today, and fans in Sony’s home country are not too happy about some members getting better treatment than others. According to a report from Video Games Chronicle, they’re specifically upset over Tier 4 members getting priority customer service. When Sony announced PlayStation Stars in July, it called it a free rewards and loyalty program in which all PS5 and PS4 players can earn rewards for completing various in-game challenges. However, it didn’t mention that there…

Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 4 guide: All week 2 quests and how to complete them

It’s time once again for a new batch of Fortnite quests, this time for Chapter 3, Season 4, week 2. This week’s quests are pretty standard, so be ready to visit specific locations, collect items, and utilize certain weapons to deal damage. If you’re stuck or if you simply want to blaze through this week’s quests as quickly as possible, you’ll likely find our guide useful. These are all the new quests and how to complete them in Fortnite. See more Season 4, week 2 quests Damage players within 5 seconds of mantling…

‘Wordle’ today, September 29: Answer, hints, help for Wordle #467

Trying to solve Wordle #467 for September 29, 2022, and need some help? Today’s Wordle is the perfect one to complete over your morning coffee. Here are a few hints that’ll help you guess the answer today. Before you take a look at the hints below, check out our easy guide on playing Wordle for some tips and tricks for playing daily, including strategies and good starting words. And bookmark our Wordle hub so you can come back for more hints and answers. More on Wordle How Wordle works Wordle is a vocabulary game…

Sackboy: A Big Adventure is coming to PC in October

Developer Sumo Digital and publisher Sony announced that they will bring Sackboy: A Big Adventure to PC on October 27. The PC version will support 4K resolution at up to 120 frames per second (fps) and have a variable refresh rate. It will also have ultrawide monitor and NVIDIA DLSS support. Sony has been increasing its support on PC by adding games such as Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War, Days Gone, and Marvel’s Spider-Man. Sackboy: A Big Adventure will not be the only game from PlayStation to hit the platform.…

The best Xbox Series X exclusives

Microsoft’s latest console, the Xbox Series X, is a powerhouse, oftentimes matching or outperforming the PlayStation 5 in multiplatform releases. But how are the exclusives? The Xbox Series X had a thin lineup at launch, but with our guide to the best Xbox Series X exclusives, you’ll know which games to download. Technically, the Xbox Series X doesn’t have any exclusives right now, and with Microsoft’s Smart Delivery feature, it won’t for at least a couple of years. So, we had to make some concessions. We’re defining…

The best PS5 exclusives | Digital Trends

The PlayStation 5 has been out for a while, bringing us next-generation visuals, faster load times, and a slew of new features that have blown our socks off. Of course, all of these features are welcome, but the real stars of the show are the PS5’s games. What good is a new console if there are no games to play on it? Luckily, Sony’s next-generation system has you covered with lots of exclusives, ranging from wacky family-friendly adventures to experiences of superhuman proportions and even challenging action RPGs.…

The best games for Steam Deck

The Steam Deck is the newest handheld to hit the market and aims to compete head to head with the likes of the Nintendo Switch. Unlike the Switch, the Steam Deck isn’t meant to double as a home console but is more like the Switch Lite in that it is only usable in its handheld form. Also unlike the Switch, this little machine is a beast in terms of power. With access to your Steam library, there needs to be a lot of processing and graphical power to make these games run as well as PC gamers expect. While not every…