I can’t say how much I recommend Two Point Hospital. As a heavy player of Theme Hospital a few (lot) of years ago, this game is definitely an excellent successor. The game is available for a long time on PC and was supposed to come soon on console but … there will be a bit of delayed. The first half of 2020 for Playstation 4, Xbox One and Switch.
“Our community have asked for Two Point Hospital on consoles for a while now and we want to make sure we deliver a game that can be enjoyed to the fullest on all platforms”, said Mark Webley, Game Director at Two Point Studios. “This means we will need a little bit more time to optimize the game to ensure the best possible experience across all platforms.”
That is a bit sad but hopefully for the best!
The WRC 8 pre-order page is giving a 404 at the moment but the content has been revealed by Bigben and the development studio Kylotonn.
Three editions will be available and pre-order of any edition will give you the Lancia 037 and the Porsche 911 GT3 RS RGT. For the Nintendo Switch edition, you may get a WRC 8-themed sleeve for their console (offer valid at selected retailers). Those are already some nice WRC 8 pre-order bonus.
The Digital Deluxe Edition will include the base game, early access to the game 48 hours before the official release, crew members to add to your staff in Career mode and the Legendary Cars pack. This pack includes three legendary WRC cars from the 70s, 80s, and 90s: the Alpine A110, Ford Escort RS and Lancia Delta HF Integrale.
The Physical Deluxe Edition will include the base game, a three-month subscription to the WRC+ All Live TV service (this provides over 25 hours of live coverage of each rally, expert analysis, and behind-the-scenes reporting), experienced crew members to add to your staff in Career mode and the Legendary Cars pack. Players who buy this edition will also receive an exclusive WRC-themed, collector edition, metal box.
As a reminder the game will be released the 5th of September 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and in October on Nintendo Switch
I have just seen the trailer from Devil’s Hunt and … oh my god! Why haven’t I heard about it before? This looks like if Devil May Cry and Infamous had a baby.
So here are more details about the game: first, it will be available on PC (Steam) on September 17th, and PS4, Switch and Xbox One in Q1 2020. It from Layopi Games and published by 1C Entertainment
In Devil’s Hunt, you will play Desmond, your not-so-friendly neighborhood anti-hero. Turns out, he’s forged a deal with the devil and is firmly planted in the middle of a cosmic struggle between angels and demons. With the fate of humankind hanging in the balance, Desmond must come to grips with his demonic new powers as he literally punches his way through hell, taking down all manner of fearsomely angelic and demonic creatures.
The game will set place in Hell, Jerusalem, and… Miami? The city where Desmond comes from.
It honestly looks fantastic, I can’t wait to see and hear more about it!
Two in one! Zombieland: Double Tap recently got a trailer and today a coop game has also been announced.
Zombieland: Double Tap is the sequel of Zombieland, a movie obviously with zombies but actually a funny comedy. The original movie was actually released 10 years, and the same cast will be in the sequel, but older, which is nice. Check the trailer just to get an opinion, but definitely sounds like a lot of fun. It will be in theatres on October 19th.
The second news is that a game will be available on October 15th. It will be a coop shooter on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. The game is actually called Zombieland: Double Tap – Road Trip and set after the first movie (and so probably before the second one). And it will be up to 4 players, No images or video yet, this will probably be a small and quick game just to link the two movies and grab a bit of cash. But you never know, it could be a nice little game to play.
I would however highly recommend seeing the movie!
Nintendo just announced the new Nintendo Switch Lite!
As you can see from the name it is a “lite” version of Switch, which means that it will be more compact and cheaper (200 dollars in the USA).
The main differences with the original Switch are first it can’t be connected to a TV (so it is an only portable console) and that the controllers are integrated. It is still possible to connect some Joy-con if needed (I can’t see why you would do that, but why not).
The console will get 32gb of space and battery can last for 6h, depending on the game, but it should be a bit more than the original Switch.
The Nintendo Switch Lite will be available September 20th of this year Three colors will be available at start: Yellow, Grey, and Turquoise. And some special edition (Pokemon) will arrive on November 8th.