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Game Bits: The Latest Game Launches

July 8, 2021

Tails of Iron Launches September 2021

United Label and Odd Bug Studio have announced that adventure RPG Tails of Iron will launch on September 17 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC (Steam).
Tails of Iron is a sidescroller RPG Adventure where you control the prince of the Rat Kingdom and battle antagonistic Frogs who threaten to destroy it.]

Blightbound Coming OUt Soon

Blightbound, a co-operative dungeon crawler developed by Ronimo Games, will launch on July 27 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (Steam). One year ago, the game was released on Steam Early Access.
The following is a description of the game:

In Blightbound, three heroes must venture down from their mountain refuge to face the abominations of the Blight, a mysterious fog that engulfs the land.
Exploring handcrafted dungeons, facing a horde of mystical and monstrous enemies, grabbing valuable loot, and recovering fallen heroes is all part of the game. Each player takes on a specific role on the team, such as a warrior, assassin, or mage, to defeat colossal bosses and solve clever puzzles.
Can you collect all the challenges and defeat the Blight once and for all?

Dreamscaper Will Launch In August 2021

Previously announced for August 12, action RPG-roguelike Dreamscaper will now be released on August 5 for Nintendo Switch and PC (Steam), a week earlier than before.
In August 2020, Dreamscaper launched as an early access title following a Kickstarter campaign in 2019, in which more than $50,000 was pledged.
The following is the publisher’s press release:

Experience the strange dream worlds conjured by Cassidy, a young woman struggling with her inner demons. Cassidy is thrown into twisted dungeons every night, inhabited by nightmarish creatures. Cassidy uses a variety of weaponry and psychic powers to attack, dodge, block, and blast through foes in frenetic hack-and-slack combat in order to uncover the source of her lucid dreaming.
You can equip our heroine with more than 200 unique items, from bottle rockets and baseball bats to explosive finger guns with a variety of modifiers and upgrades. Utilize special abilities such as chain lightning and seismic blasts from an electric guitar to turn the tide of battle. Cassidy can expand her arsenal and skills by exploring dream dungeons and bonding with NPCs during her waking hours.
Embark on an ever-changing journey that fuses Cassidy’s memories with her fears and anxieties. Prepare for nightly ordeals by visiting various venues around town and getting to know your neighbors. Spend time with friends to learn about their lives, exchange gifts to develop relationships, and gain access to new powers and passive upgrades.
All content from Dreamscaper’s Early Access is included in the full release, I along with a slew of all-new features. Confront Regret and Resentment, two imposing new bosses that haunt Cassidy’s psyche. Find out what Cassidy’s strange fate has to do with a warped version of her hometown. Choose from a range of eight difficulty options with a dynamic slider to create the perfect challenge level, and complete the story to unlock multiple endings.
“We could not have imagined Cassidy’s journey would resonate with so many players when we released Dreamscaper on Steam Early Access last year,” said Ian Cofino, co-founder of Afterburner Studios. The journey we’ve been on has exceeded our wildest dreams, and we look forward to sharing the Dreamscaper experience with everyone this August on Nintendo Switch and Steam.”

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John McClane Is Going to Die Hard Again in Call of Duty: Warzone

May 11, 2021

A recent teaser has revealed that Die Hard’s John McClane is coming to Call of Duty Warzone.

Bruce Willis’ iconic cop character is the second 80s action hero announced for the game after Activision relieved that Rambo is headed to the Battle Royale. The reveal was made in the form of a mock advertisement, which references Die Hard’s Nakatomi Plaza:

“Air ducts are a complicated network of danger. If yours are in need of repair, call the best in the business at Nakatomi Duct Cleaning. Learn more here:”

Hilariously, the teaser’s faux site features a handy appointment button and a contact email address. Unfortunately, despite the fact that the address belongs to “John”, it looks like he’s out of office. Perhaps it’s because he’s currently on his way to the Warzone fold.

Of course, Activision’s clever pop-culture reference will mean nothing to you if you’ve never watched Die Hard. In that case, here’s a synopsis for the 1988 film Die Hard, courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes:

“New York City policeman John McClane (Bruce Willis) is visiting his estranged wife (Bonnie Bedelia) and two daughters on Christmas Eve. He joins her at a holiday party in the headquarters of the Japanese-owned business [Nakatomi Corporation] she works for. But the festivities are interrupted by a group of terrorists who take over the exclusive high-rise, and everyone in it. Very soon McClane realizes that there’s no one to save the hostages — but him.”

As for the teaser’s obsession with air ducts, well, that’s based on the fact McClane spends most of the film crawling through one. Let’s hope that the action hero can find some vents to crawl into while trying to survive in Warzone!