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Atomic Heart Confirmed for 2022 with Story Trailer

Atomic Heart Confirmed for 2022 with Story Trailer

The upcoming first-person RPG from developer Mundfish, Atomic Heart, has been on fans most-wanted list for some time now. Most recently the question has been asked "Is it still releasing in 2022?" Thankfully for fans, Mundfish confirmed a 2022 release this morning with a story trailer (though we should note…
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Shadowrun Trilogy Coming to Consoles This June

Shadowrun Trilogy Coming to Consoles This June

Paradox Interactive has revealed that the Shadowrun Trilogy is coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on June 21st, 2022. Starting out as a table top experience which expertly combined the genres of cyberpunk, fantasy, and crime, the Shadowrun series of tactical CRPG…
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Review : Shadow Warrior 3 : A Hard Reset

Review : Shadow Warrior 3 : A Hard Reset

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here The Shadow Warrior franchise began its life in the mid-90s as a means to improve on what once legendary Developer 3DRealms had done with its iconic Duke Nukem franchise. It had the same over the top violence and crude sense of humour as…
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Review : Forza Horizon 5 : Racing Utopia

Review : Forza Horizon 5 : Racing Utopia

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Racing games hold a unique position in gaming. They are often held up as technical showcases, allowing developers to flex the respective muscle of a platform to highlight every curve of dream machines we covet. Yet many racing games have also had…
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Review : Tales of Arise : Keep it Simple, Stupid

Review : Tales of Arise : Keep it Simple, Stupid

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here When WB announced that James Gunn would be directing a Suicide Squad movie, I simply nodded my head and moved on with my life. There are various constants when hiring directors like James Gunn to direct a project. You know what to…
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Review : Death’s Door : A Bird’s Eye View Of The Afterlife

Review : Death’s Door : A Bird’s Eye View Of The Afterlife

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Death's Door has certainly grasped the attention of gamers ever since its initial announcement, teasing their curiosity with snippets of gameplay footage that revealed a rather visually unique and uncanny ''Action-RPG''. Indie developers Acid Nerve have teamed up with publishing behemoths, Devolver…
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