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Are videogames for children?


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Win98SE

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Just came across a Driver fangame called The Driver Syndicate.

(Video isn't by the creator)

Threads here if your interested
Wow, very good recreation of Driver's physics. The flat lighting and washed-out colors are also good copies of the original.

Always found it funny that Driver had a bar for indicating felony level. They should bring that back.
 

Catgirl IRL

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Warhammer 40k Martyr had its big 2.0 patch, so Ive been diving into that again - the changes have improved the game immeasurably.

Id forgotten how fucking angry DLC campaigns made the Psyker class' voice acting though! All three classes are quite hammy in their own way, but the Psyker feels a little subdued when fighting Chaos and traitor Imperials - however, the free DLC added more Chaos Marine legions and the Dark Eldar...and he goes mental when fighting them, ranting about sending them to hell, practically spitting his lines and so on.

Its like fucking hell dude, put some Valium in your innoculator.
 

Catgirl IRL

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I don't know if I'm enjoying Death Stranding, but I can't stop playing it.

It's a game that should be incredibly tedious, but is also apparently something I've been looking for in games forever. Inventory management, traversal, route planning, and experience gain based on the quality of your deliveries.
 
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Blasphemous (the Catholic Spanish platformer) was recently patched. The two bugs are gone and platforming is now hilariously easy. If any of you in the thread had pussied out on it, it's time to go back.
 
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Ebonic Tutor

"Beware the shitposting of demons."
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Any La Mulana 1/2 fans up in this bitch? If so how 🧩 are your notes? Here are some screenshots and what handful of my pages look like for the second one thus far, there are about 20 different areas that are associated with different races and cultures. Think Metriod with a point and click Sierra games puzzle mentality to a degree. The original is a big love letter to the MSX console and the game Maze of Gallious for it.

Here is a little bit about the second one.

This is the entrance to the main ruins, It's almost a hub world but you gotta open up the paths.
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That red slab you see near the middle there is a grail point. It's pretty much a combination of save point and fast travel point. Most areas only have one but there are a couple of exceptions. To heal though you gotta fill up that blue meter under your health or go to town and chill in the hot spring for a few then head back out.
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There are some pretty big bosses too, the game requires you to have a decent bit of mastery to it's slightly Castlevania-esque jumping. That's Vritra the guardian of Valhalla there.
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There are a lot of items and weapons to collect too as you can see here, admittedly some are just kind of one off things but most are gonna require a bit of use along the line. Here is what the item screen looks like when it's almost completely filled out.
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Oh yeah, you have a computer too and lots of software that does lots of things. Mind the ram usage though.
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Smaug's Smokey Hole

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Any La Mulana 1/2 fans up in this bitch? If so how 🧩 are your notes? Here are some screenshots and what handful of my pages look like for the second one thus far, there are about 20 different areas that are associated with different races and cultures. Think Metriod with a point and click Sierra games puzzle mentality to a degree. The original is a big love letter to the MSX console and the game Maze of Gallious for it.

Here is a little bit about the second one.

This is the entrance to the main ruins, It's almost a hub world but you gotta open up the paths.
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That red slab you see near the middle there is a grail point. It's pretty much a combination of save point and fast travel point. Most areas only have one but there are a couple of exceptions. To heal though you gotta fill up that blue meter under your health or go to town and chill in the hot spring for a few then head back out.
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There are some pretty big bosses too, the game requires you to have a decent bit of mastery to it's slightly Castlevania-esque jumping. That's Vritra the guardian of Valhalla there.
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There are a lot of items and weapons to collect too as you can see here, admittedly some are just kind of one off things but most are gonna require a bit of use along the line. Here is what the item screen looks like when it's almost completely filled out.
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Oh yeah, you have a computer too and lots of software that does lots of things. Mind the ram usage though.
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La-Mulana 2 was such a good game(first one was also good), it had some fantastic tension when pushing into a new and unfamiliar area, not even knowing if you should be there yet. The clever moments in it went beyond what could be expected from a game that looks and plays like that, making for some 'oh shit' moments and revelations.

One of the first things I did when getting to Yggdrasil was kill the dragon and then went into the fire and ice level(I think), later I learned that killing the dragon should be done at a later time, at a higher level, with better gear. No wonder it took so long and I died so fast if hit.

Normally I resent games that are made to make you fish out a pad and take notes, I could feel that smugness pouring from The Witness. Fuck you Jonathan Blow, you're not fooling me and I'm not going to do that.

La-Mulana was different, writing down who sold what was done so I didn't have to remember it myself. Then it started growing from there in a natural way. My notes of La-Mulana 2 looks very similar to yours, except the rooms on the map were 2x3 in size, like the in-game map, so I had six squares to put things into, plus I could draw lines out from the bottom right square to indicate that there was something there. The what and where was so important in those games. Then the runes came, and names of people, and and and... The note taking built gradually naturally, when you already sketched out a map it made sense to populate it with more and more things.

Having bigger rooms also enabled me to mark out how you could move between the rooms, sometimes it's a oneway, sometimes it's a drop down with no ladder, or collapsing floor, sometimes it's a oneway while going up on a ladder and so on, with a mark next to it do indicate that you take damage if falling through there. This made navigation much easier and plotting a course made everything smoother.

It's also a funny game with a cool story.
 

Ebonic Tutor

"Beware the shitposting of demons."
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La Mulana 2 stuff
I'm gonna try your map method some in the next area, the extra space in the room blocks seems like it would really be helpful in some places.



So, The Behemoth is making a new game called Alien Hominid Invasion. They say it’s a “re-imagination” of Alien Hominid, but whether it’s a sequel, a remake, a spin-off, etc. I’m not sure. Regardless, I hope we can see Alien Hominid finally come to PC in some form.
I have the original for Gamecube and that trailer is giving me tower-defense vibes real strong. I think I can trust The Behemoth to make that sorta interesting at least though.
 

Smaug's Smokey Hole

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I'm gonna try your map method some in the next area, the extra space in the room blocks seems like it would really be helpful in some places.
It's a decent system, it also allows you to drag a horizontal line through a room so you know that if you come in on the upper half you can't get to the lower one, or a vertical line for the same purpose. Efficient navigation is so important.

Fuck the vertical elevator platform section in the Hindu level.
 

Ebonic Tutor

"Beware the shitposting of demons."
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It's a decent system, it also allows you to drag a horizontal line through a room so you know that if you come in on the upper half you can't get to the lower one, or a vertical line for the same purpose. Efficient navigation is so important.

Fuck the vertical elevator platform section in the Hindu level.
Used your method for Immortal Battlefield, it seems to be working pretty well though I did have to get creative with my annotations about different spots since I use the backsides of the pages for symbols and other things that I find along the line.

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Smaug's Smokey Hole

no corona
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Used your method for Immortal Battlefield, it seems to be working pretty well though I did have to get creative with my annotations about different spots since I use the backsides of the pages for symbols and other things that I find along the line.

Very nice and very comprehensive. I really like your idea of a checkbox next to things like chests/items.
 

Bread Fetishist

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Well, it's official. Thanks to Kickstarter, The Wonderful 101 is coming to the Switch, and may also come to Steam and PS4 if it reaches the stretch goals. Donate now and you'll be given the opportunity to get blocked by Hideki Kamiya himself on Twitter. That's how you know you've made it.
 
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So a screenshot of the new mha game roaster was leaked. Thoughts? Personally lot of these feel like they're just here to be fill the roaster since they don't do much in manga.
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Coolio55

DON'T CALL LUIGI AT 3AM!! *OMG HE RICKROLLED ME*
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Any La Mulana 1/2 fans up in this bitch? If so how 🧩 are your notes? Here are some screenshots and what handful of my pages look like for the second one thus far, there are about 20 different areas that are associated with different races and cultures. Think Metriod with a point and click Sierra games puzzle mentality to a degree. The original is a big love letter to the MSX console and the game Maze of Gallious for it.

Here is a little bit about the second one.

This is the entrance to the main ruins, It's almost a hub world but you gotta open up the paths.
View attachment 1124952

That red slab you see near the middle there is a grail point. It's pretty much a combination of save point and fast travel point. Most areas only have one but there are a couple of exceptions. To heal though you gotta fill up that blue meter under your health or go to town and chill in the hot spring for a few then head back out.
View attachment 1124945

There are some pretty big bosses too, the game requires you to have a decent bit of mastery to it's slightly Castlevania-esque jumping. That's Vritra the guardian of Valhalla there.
View attachment 1124946
There are a lot of items and weapons to collect too as you can see here, admittedly some are just kind of one off things but most are gonna require a bit of use along the line. Here is what the item screen looks like when it's almost completely filled out.
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Oh yeah, you have a computer too and lots of software that does lots of things. Mind the ram usage though.
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La Mulana is pretty cool.
I really like how the first game gave you the real vibe that you were treading somewhere you really shouldn't with huge concequences.
Played a bit of the sequel on release and had fun (Mostly because it starts off far less brutal than the original with no real missing "essential" items) but I stopped because my keyboard arms got strained and I couldn't be bothered to learn the XBOX controls.

Still kinda sad they took out the Dating Sim and Gradius clones because of the Wii space limit when they were developing the remake of the original, some of the GCC music got a bit butchered too.
 

Smaug's Smokey Hole

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Played a bit of the sequel on release and had fun (Mostly because it starts off far less brutal than the original with no real missing "essential" items)
The beginning of the game won't mean as much to those that haven't played the first one, it doesn't actually matter much but it was fun to see all the construction going on, trying to turn the ruins into a tourist trap. A really funny homage to the previous game.

Nicalis was involved with the remake and they are massive mongoloids.
"Plans for releases in North America and Europe were canceled by Nicalis, its original western publisher. "
 

Sir Wesley Tailpipe

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Well, it's official. Thanks to Kickstarter, The Wonderful 101 is coming to the Switch, and may also come to Steam and PS4 if it reaches the stretch goals. Donate now and you'll be given the opportunity to get blocked by Hideki Kamiya himself on Twitter. That's how you know you've made it.
It’s another bullshit Kickstarter like Bloodstained. They already have a publisher and funding.
 

CrystalRoserade

Local Weeb Translator
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Got my hands on the PS3 version of Persona 5 the other day at Vintage Stock. I'm really liking it so far. In terms of progress, I just recruited Ann, if that's the right term to use.

Also got Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer because I'm a sucker for cute.
 

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Releases in 2020


Just looking at the sheer number of big, highly-anticipated games coming in 2020, there’s very little chance the year will disappoint.

2020 has kicked off, and as we do every year, we’re bringing you a round-up of all the video game release dates in one place. So many games originally shooting for 2019 got pushed back to the new year, to say nothing of the many other heavy-hitters aiming for launch in 2020.
The year will hopefully be one to remember, though we do hope the real world doesn’t screw things up too much.
January

2020 kicked things off with a healthy release schedule in January. Capcom was once again the first to strike with the Iceborne’s PC launch. If Monster Hunter was not your thing, you may have been tempted by Warcraft 3: Reforged, Journey to the Savage Planet, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, or the Re Mind DLC for Kingdom Hearts 3.
  • Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training (Switch) – January 3 (EU)
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion (PC) – January 9
  • Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack (PC, PS4, Switch) – January 14
  • Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls (PC) – January 15
  • A Long Way Down – Steam Early Access (PC) – January 16
  • Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE Encore (Switch) – January 17
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – January 17
  • Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – January 21
  • Temtem – Steam Early Access (PC) – January 21
  • Kingdom Hearts 3: Re Mind DLC (PS4, Xbox One) – January 23/25
  • Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth (PC) – January 23
  • Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception (PC) – January 23
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition (PS4, Switch, Android, iOS) – January 23
  • Journey to the Savage Planet (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – January 28
  • Warcraft 3: Reforged (PC) – January 28
  • Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – January 28
  • Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire (PS4, Xbox One) – January 28
  • Cook, Serve, Delicious 3 – Early Access (PC) – January 29
  • Through the Darkest of Times (PC) – January 30
  • Patapon 2 Remastered (PS4) – January 30
  • Days of War – official launch (PC) – January 30
  • Bookbound Brigade (PC, PS4, Switch) – January 30
  • Not Tonight: Take Back Control Edition (Switch) – January 31
February

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February starts off slow with Yakuza 5 Remastered, and Zombie Army 4. Things ramp up towards the end with Romance of The Three Kingdoms 14, the console release of Two Point Hospital, and One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows.
  • Zombie Army 4: Dead War (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – February 4
  • Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 3 (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Stadia) – February 4
  • The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – February 4
  • The Blind Prophet (PC) – February 5
  • Kunai (PC, Switch) – February 6
  • Scourgebringer – Early Access (PC) – February 6
  • Yakuza 5 Remastered (PS4) – February 11
  • Darksburg – Steam Early Access (PC) – February 12
  • Necronator: Dead Wrong – Steam Early Access (PC) – February 13
  • Darksiders Genesis (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – February 14
  • Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – February 14
  • Street Fighter 5: Champion Edition (PC, PS4) – February 14
  • Dreams (PS4) – February 14
  • Hunt: Showdown (PS4) – February 18
  • Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle (PS4, Xbox One) – February 18
  • Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition (Switch) – February 20
  • Dungeon Defenders: Awakened – Steam Early Access (PC) – February 21
  • Two Point Hospital (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – February 25
  • Conan Chop Chop (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – February 25
  • Infliction: Extended Cut (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – February 25
  • Overpass (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – February 27
  • Metro Redux (Switch) – February 28
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms 14 (PC, PS4) – February 28
  • One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – February 28
March

In what’s quickly becoming known as early October, March this year is well and truly stacked. Ori and the Will of the Wisps opens things up in the first few days, before Nioh 2, Doom Eternal, Bleeding Edge, Half-Life: Alyx Persona 5 Royal and more take over.
  • Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX (Switch) – March 6
  • The Outer Worlds (Switch) – March 6
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps (PC, Xbox One) – March 11
  • Nioh 2 (PS4) – March 13
  • My Hero One’s Justice 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 13
  • La Mulana 1 & 2: Hidden Treasures Edition (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 17
  • PC Engine Core Grafx mini/ TurboGrafx-16 mini (PC) – March 19
  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch) – March 20
  • Fairy Tail (PC, PS4, Switch) – March 20
  • Doom Eternal (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – March 20
  • Doom 64 (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 20
  • Moons of Madness (PS4, Xbox One) – March 24
  • Bleeding Edge (PC, Xbox One) – March 24
  • Saints Row 4: Re-Elected (Switch) – March 27
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – March 27
  • Persona 5 Royal (PS4) – March 31
  • Half-Life: Alyx (PC VR) – March
  • Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord – Steam Early Access (PC) – March
April

The onslaught continues in April, which is now vying to feature an even bigger volume of highly-anticipated games. So far, we have confirmed dates for Resident Evil 3, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Gears Tactics, Trials of Mana and more.
  • Resident Evil 3 (PC, Xbox One, PS4) – April 3
  • Disaster Report 4 (PC, PS4, Switch) – April 7
  • Final Fantasy 7 Remake (PS4) – April 10
  • Hellpoint (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – April 16
  • Trials of Mana (PC, PS4, Switch) – April 24
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – Road to Boruto (Switch) – April 24
  • Predator: Hunting Grounds (PC, PS4) – April 24
  • Moving Out (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – April 28
  • Gears Tactics (PC) – April 28
  • Minecraft: Dungeons (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – April
May

Usually, game releases tend to quiet down in May. Not this year, though, because The Last of Us Part 2 and Wasteland 3 are going to be fighting over our time (and attention) in May. Fast & Furious: Crossroads, Maneater, and Amazon’s MMO, New World, complement the remainder of the month’s offering.
  • Marvel’s Iron Man VR (PS VR) – May 15
  • Wasteland 3 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – May 19
  • Maneater (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – May 22
  • The Last of Us Part 2 (PS4) – May 29
  • Fast & Furious: Crossroads (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – May 29
  • New World (PC) – May
Early 2020

No one knows for certain where the period of “early 2020” really ends, but we reckon the first quarter is a fair guess. Below, we’ve listed all games shooting for release in Q1 along with the more ambiguous “early 2020” target.
  • Bubble Bobble Friends 4 (Switch) – early 2020 [North America]
  • The Vale (PC) – early 2020
  • Warlander (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – early 2020
  • Spellbreak (PC, PS4) – early 2020
  • KungFu Kickball (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – early 2020
  • Touch Type Tale (PC) – early 2020
  • Cloudpunk (PC) – early 2020
  • Phogs (PC, Xbox One, Switch) – early 2020
  • Cake Bash (PC) – early 2020
  • Ostranauts (PC) – early 2020
  • Signs of the Sojourner (PC) – early 2020
  • Reky (PC) – early 2020
  • Boundary (PC, PS4) – Q1
  • Table Manners (PC) – Q1
  • Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders (PC) – Q1
  • The Complex (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – Q1
  • Bite The Bullet (PC, Xbox One, Switch) – Q1
  • Colt Canyon (PC) – Q1
  • Ary and the Secret of Seasons (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – Q1
  • Relic Hunters Legend – Steam Early Access (PC) – Q1
  • Broomstick League – Steam Early Access (PC) – Q1
  • Comanche – Steam Early Access (PC) – Q1
  • Nine Witches: Family Disruption (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – Q2
Q3, spring and summer 2020

While the games below do not yet have solid release dates, their creators are hoping to put them out around either spring or summer. This section covers the June – September period, including Q3.
  • Spacebase Startopia (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – Q3
  • Project Sakura Wars (PS4) – spring
  • Endzone: A World Apart – Steam Early Access (PC) – spring
  • Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars (PC) – spring
  • Empire of Sin (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – spring
  • Phantasy Star Online 2 (PC, Xbox One) – spring [North America]
  • Warborn (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – spring
  • Inertial Drift (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – spring
  • Omno (PC, PS4, Switch) – spring
  • Insurgency: Sandstorm (PS4, Xbox One) – spring
  • Grounded (PC, Xbox One) – spring
  • Pokemon Sword and Shield: The Isle of Armor expansion (Switch) – June
  • Iron Harvest (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – September 1
  • Marvel’s Avengers (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Stadia) – September 4
  • Cyberpunk 2077 (PC, Xbox One, PS4) – September 17
  • Outriders (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – summer
  • Torchlight 3 (PC) – summer
  • Planet Coaster (PS4, Xbox One) – summer
  • Remothered: Broken Porcelain (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – summer
  • Ghost of Tsushima (PS4) – summer
  • Tell Me Why (PC, Xbox One) – summer
Q4, fall and holiday 2020

Holiday 2020 is a special time not just because of the festivities, but also because it’s a start of a new console generation. Launch games and the consoles themselves should eat up this period, to say nothing of re-releases and the like.
  • Port Royale 4 (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – Q4
  • Monstrum 2 (PC) – Q4
  • Dark Alliance (PC, consoles) – fall
  • Pokemon Sword and Shield: The Crown Tundra expansion (Switch) – fall
  • Axiom Verge 2 (Switch) – fall
  • Halo Infinite (PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X) – holiday
  • PS5 console launch – holiday
  • Xbox Series X console launch – holiday
  • The Forgotten City (PC, Xbox One) – winter
  • Dark Envoy (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – late 2020
  • Godfall (PC, PS5) – late 2020
  • Everspace 2 – Steam Early Access (PC) – late 2020
Other games expected in 2020

You’ve now reached the – as it currently stands – longest section of this entire list. Games that do not fit into any of the above categories will end up here, until they hopefully graduate with a proper release date, or get pushed back to the following year.
  • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • World of Warcraft: Shadowlands (PC) – 2020
  • A Total War Saga: Troy (PC) – 2020
  • Watch Dogs: Legion (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Stadia) – 2020
  • Gods & Monsters (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Stadia) – 2020
  • Rainbow Six Quarantine (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Streets of Rage 4 (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • The Waylanders (PC) – 2020
  • Babylon’s Fall (PS4) – 2020
  • Dying Light 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Bake ‘n Switch – Steam Early Access (PC) – 2020
  • Yakuza 0 (Xbox One) – 2020
  • Yakuza Kiwami (Xbox One) – 2020
  • Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Xbox One) – 2020
  • Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix (Xbox One) – 2020
  • Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (Xbox One) – 2020
  • Kerbal Space Program 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • 13 Remake (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic (PC, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Evil Genius 2: World Domination (PC) – 2020
  • Spiritfarer (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Encodya (PC) – 2020
  • Chicken Police (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Bravely Default 2 (Switch) – 2020
  • Ultra Age (PS4) – 2020
  • Partisans (PC) – 2020
  • Uragun – Steam Early Access (PC) – 2020
  • West of Dead (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Alder’s Blood (PC) – 2020
  • Sports Story (Switch) – 2020
  • Those Who Remain (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • The End of the Sun (PC) – 2020
  • Airborne Kingdom (PC) – 2020
  • Prodeus (PC) – 2020
  • Craftlands Workshoppe (PC) – 2020
  • Doom Eternal (Switch) – 2020
  • Metamorphosis (PC) – 2020
  • Yes, Your Grace (PC) – 2020
  • Humanity (PS4, PS VR) – 2020
  • The Settlers (PC) – 2020
More 2020 games

  • Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos (PC) – 2020
  • Going Under (PC) – 2020
  • Gearshifters (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Art of Rally (PC) – 2020
  • Legends of Runeterra (PC, mobile) – 2020
  • League of Legends: Wild Rift (Mobile) – 2020
  • Rogue Company (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Knights of Honor 2: Sovereign (PC) – 2020
  • My Beautiful Paper Smile (PC) – 2020
  • Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer’s Legacy (PC) – 2020
  • Per Aspera (PC) – 2020
  • Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • The Good Life (PC) – 2020
  • Gamedec (PC) – 2020
  • After the Fall (PS VR, PC VR) – 2020
  • Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise (Switch) – 2020
  • Humankind (PC) – 2020
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Yakuza 7) (PS4) – 2020
  • Cris Tales (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Roller Champions (PC) – 2020
  • Way to the Woods (PC, Xbox One) – 2020
  • RPG Time: The Legend of Wright (PC, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Othercide (PC) – 2020
  • Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (Switch) – 2020
  • Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega Mix (Switch) – 2020
  • Ghostrunner (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Disintegration (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • No More Heroes 3 (Switch) – 2020
  • Star Renegades (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Twin Mirror (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Chivalry 2 (PC) – 2020
  • Mars Horizon (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Tales of Arise (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator (PC, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Crossfire X (Xbox One) – 2020
  • N1RV ANN-A (PC, PS4, Switch) – 2020
  • Creaks (PC) – 2020
  • Tails of Iron – 2020
  • Recompile (PC) – 2020
  • Little Nightmares 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • The Eternal Cylinder (PC, consoles) – 2020
Yet more 2020 games

  • SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Transient (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Sable (PC, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions (PC, PS4, Switch) – 2020
  • Digimon Survive (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Stronghold: Warlords (PC) – 2020
  • Read Only Memories: Neurodiver (PC) – 2020
  • The Riftbreaker (PC) – 2020
  • Surgeon Simulator 2 (PC) – 2020
  • Minute of Islands (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Psychonauts 2 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Destroy All Humans (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Tribes of Midgard (PC) – 2020
  • Carrion (PC, Consoles) – 2020
  • Distant Kingdoms (PC) – 2020
  • Crusader Kings 3 (PC) – 2020
  • Windjammers 2 (PC, Switch, Stadia) – 2020
  • Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout (PC, PS4) – 2020
  • Embr – Steam Early Access (PC) – 2020
  • Shelter 3 (PC) – 2020
  • Kingpin: Reloaded (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • Skatebird (PC, Switch) – 2020
  • Ready or Not (PC) – 2020
  • Lunacy: Saint Rhodes (PC) – 2020
  • Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 2020
  • No Straight Roads (PC, PS4) – 2020
  • Snowrunner (PC, PS4, Xbox One) – 2020
  • Mineko’s Night Market (PC, Switch) – 2020
  • Haven (PC, PS4, Switch) – 2020
  • HyperBrawl Tournament – Steam Early Access (PC) – 2020
  • Naraka: Bladepoint (PC) – 2020
  • Summer in Mara (PC, PS4, Switch) – 2020
  • Blood Bowl 3 – 2020
  • Crimson Desert (PC) – 2020
source: https://www.vg247.com/2020/01/14/video-game-release-dates-2020/
 
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