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Sona-Nyl of the Violet Shadows Now Available On MangaGamer!

Liarsoft’s Sona-Nyl of the Violet Shadows is now available on the MangaGamer store! Save 15% during launch week or pick it up on Steam later today! The fifth entry in Liarsoft’s Steampunk Series is a mysterious fairytale in which fantasy and reality intertwine.The story unfolds from the perspectives of two… Continue reading


Here’s everything from Day of the Devs’ The Game Awards indie showcase

Day of the Devs does know how to put on a good show, and its latest indie games spotlight – officially a special The Game Awards edition – was another winner, bringing release dates for the long-awaited likes of Open Roads and Flock, plus a bunch of other reveals. We got a psychedelic sequel to 2021’s acclaimed jazz adventure Genesis Noir, the second entry in Digital Eclipse’s stellar Golden Master Series – this time focusing on the legendary Jeff Minter – plus a load of weirdness, from landlord witches to callcentre horror, to enjoy. And if you missed the showcase live (which is still worth watching, seeing as some of the footage included hasn’t yet been published as standalone trailers), you can see everything you missed below.

Yes, the big policeman game is back for another showing and it continues to look wonderfully, beautifully weird. The gist, if you’re unfamiliar with developer Tall Boys’ Militsioner, is that you’re trying to find a way to catch a train and escape the city, all while trying to not rouse the suspicions of the aforementioned massive law enforcement officer looming in the sky. The city has a routine, with people, trains, and even the policeman all operating on their own schedule that you’ll need to work with if you’re going to escape (perhaps triggering a car alarm at night to wake the slumbering policeman so he falls asleep during the day), and you can also befriend the locals using a Tamagotchi-style mood system. Militsioner doesn’t have a release date yet (you can wishlist it on Steam though), but I’m watching this one closely.

Loose Leaf is a tea witch simulator from Kitfox Games, the team behind the acclaimed Boyfriend Dungeon, and sees players managing a tactile tea room in what the studio calls the “most in-depth tea-making sim ever”. You’ll need to control temperature, timing, ingredients, and more to make the perfect brew and soothe your customers, unlocking new ingredients, tools, and recipes as you go. But remember that witch part? You’ll also spend time with your customers, reading their fortunes through tarot cards to help them make sense of their problems and anxieties. There’s no release date for Loose Leaf just yet but you can wishlist it on steam.
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WIT Studio Adapts Part 3 of ‘Honzuki no Gekokujou’ Light Novel

Publishing company TO Books announced on their official X (formely Twitter) an anime adaptation of Miya Kazuki’s Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen (Ascendance of a Bookworm: I’ll do Anything to Become a Librarian!) light novel’s third part on Wednesday. The new anime, subtitled Ryoushu no Youjo, is being produced by WIT Studio. Honzuki no Gekokujou adapts Miya Kazuki’s fantasy slice of life light novel series, which she penned on the S…


Destiny 2 staff reportedly worried about Bungie’s future

Employees at Destiny 2 developer Bungie have said they feel anxious about their current status at the company, following layoffs earlier this year.

As you may recall, layoffs were first reported at the developer in October. At this time, studio CEO Pete Parsons publicly commented on the cuts, calling it “a sad day”. Around 100 employees were said to be affected.

Now, in a new report by IGN, many remaining at the company have said the studio is implementing a variety of other cost-cutting measures across the board, in order to remain an independent subsidiary within Sony (which acquired the developer in 2022). There is concern among staff that Bungie may lose its independence within Sony should Destiny 2 fail to meet financial goals.
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Bonding Over Katanas

ALTSo I’ve been reading the one manga that seems to be memed on a lot, Kagurabachi. While I…


Chainsaw Man’s Quarterlife Crisis

WARNING: CHAINSAW MAN MANGA PART 2 SPOILERS I recently read the book Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood by therapist Satya Doyle Byock, which talks about the concept of the “quarterlife crisis.” According to Doyle, it is when someone in early adulthood feels a sense of dissatisfaction from a certain imbalance—in the pursuit […]


Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons remake looks to be on the way

It looks like a remake of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is on the cards.

The news originates from billbil-kun, who has a proven track record of being accurate with this type of information. According to the leaker, the game will be published by 505, as the original was in 2013.

Since Bilbilkun’s claim, where they suggested we may get an announcement at tomorrow’s Game Awards, fellow video game focused account Idle Sloth noted that a brothersthegame website now has a countdown on its page.
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Twitch shutting down in South Korea

Twitch has announced it will end operations in South Korea at the end of February 2024, and blamed the high cost of operating in the country.Twitch made the announcement yesterday through an article on its blog, attributed to CEO Dan Clancy.Twitch said it will now work to help Twitch streamers based in South Korea to “move their communities to alternative livestreaming services”, calling the decision to suspend business there “very difficult” and “extremely disappointing” for those affected. Read more


Supporters, do you have any questions for us?

We’ll be recording a new episode of the Inside Eurogamer podcast tomorrow for Supporters, and I want to know whether you have any questions for us? I’ll have editor-in-chief Tom Phillips and deputy editor Chris Tapsell with me, so now’s your chance to ask.Note that this is only for Supporters. Inside Eurogamer is a Supporters-only podcast, but it’s quick and easy to become one if you want to join in.Incidentally, I still have some of your questions from last month, from when I spoke to Digital Foundry’s Tom Morgan, but I promised I’d ask for questions again so here I am. Read more


Bethesda tries its hand at paid mods in Skyrim Special Edition once again

Bethesda has released a new and quite chunky update for Skyrim Special Edition, which in itself isn’t all that remarkable. Sure the game is several years old now, but it is still very popular with players, so why not give the game a boost if it needs it.
However, this particular update has gone down rather badly with Skyrimmers, as it has reintroduced a paid mod platform into the game. To get you up to speed as to why this has been controversial, all the way back in 2015, Bethesda partnered with Valve to bring paid mods to Skyrim via Steam. However, it was incredibly unpopular with both players and mod makers, and the publisher removed the option to sell Skyrim mods on Valve’s platform shortly after this idea made its debut. Read more

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