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There's a nasty stereotype that male gamers are unable to talk to women, with the outdated image of the unwashed and underdeveloped nerd shuffling his feet while trying to form a "hello" in the general direction of the opposite sex.
Likely the most talked about aspect of Kingdom Come has been its combat. This is where your enjoyment of the game will live or die, and people seem to either hate it or accept it.
Aside from "Open World Survival Horror", few genres have been done to death more than the rogue-like, with randomly created worlds replacing crafted levels and promising greater length to a game with player death a constant threat.
With just a few weeks left to release, information on the spin-off is starting to come out more frequently, along with more trailers showing off aspects of the gameplay.
'Hello Neighbor' takes your childhood fears of your neighbor and attempts to re-create them. Is this a doorstep worth darkening, or a welcome package best left undelivered?
So the big question is what does this mean for loot boxes in the future? If Belgium does manage to get the EU to ban loot boxes in games it's unlikely the practice would continue, as it'd be a hard sell to convince North Americans gamers to continue using them when they know EU gamers don't have to.
The Evil Within 2 has a lot to offer, but in a year with so many great games, and several other acclaimed horror titles like Outlast 2 and Resident Evil 7 already on shelves, this might be one title to put off for a while.
Like it's crumbling and distorted world The Evil Within 2 is somewhat of a hot mess. It is by no means a bad game and it has remained fairly enjoyable so far, but it also never feels as polished as its predecessor or any of its contemporaries
Alessandro Guzzo has attempted to create the latest game to do the horror legend of Lovecraft justice with 'The Land of Pain'.
SNES classic is a pretty good choice for anyone looking to relive the glory days of Nintendo.