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[Review] Deliver Us The Moon

Deliver Us The Moon is a sci-fi thriller developed by independent studio KeoKeN Interactive. Partially funded through Kickstarter, the game was originally set to launch in 2016, but Deliver Us The Moon has finally been released on Steam today.

Some of the backers have been able to play parts of the game from 2018 but for the rest of us, the wait to finally see the final version of Deliver Us The Moon has been a bit longer. As in life, there is no point in running, and KeoKeN Interactive has done well taking its time with the development because the game they give us today is a true gem. We’ve been able to test it, and we’ll talk about it right away.

Not all heroes wear cloaks.

Deliver Us The Moon, that’s exactly what you’ll have to do. It all begins in the not-so-distant future of 2030. The Earth is undergoing an unprecedented energy crisis, and climate change is leaving humanity with a dark future if it still has one. In this context, the WSA (World Space Agency), which has been created to overcome the crisis, decided to colonize the moon to extract a resource, helium 3, to save humanity. Thanks to a microwave energy transmission system, or MPT, this energy is sent to the Earth. But in 2054, a general cut-off occurs, leaving humanity without resources. While all communication is broken with the lunar team, a group of alumni of the WSA managed the feat of setting up a mission, and they manage to build a rocket with very limited resources to go there and discover what that could have happened. You are in charge of this mission, of course.

Deliver Us The Moon – Pearson Space Station

It is in this context that Deliver Us The Moon begins. The most interesting thing about the setting is that although this is a science-fiction game, this scenario is more than believable. Indeed, climate change is now at work, and helium 3 is also something very real. We can actually find large quantities of it on the Moon, so much that today some experts are very serious about the exploitation of this resource. This context greatly contributes to the immersion of the player.

Immersion is the great strength of Deliver Us The Moon. Sent alone to investigate, the feeling of loneliness that emerges is quite powerful. The game manages to entice you, not only with its environment, which recreates an abandoned and dark space base, but also with his music that accurately accentuates the action.

Deliver Us The Moon – Wilson is alone

Keep your cool!

In terms of gameplay, Deliver Us The Moon offers a simple but effective formula. Being a game of exploration above all, you will have to progress through diverse lunar structures in order to reconstruct the sequence of events. But as you move into abandoned places, you will have to solve some puzzles. For example, you may need to find a source of energy to turn on the power and enter a certain area. You will also have some tools at your disposal, like the flashlight, which is very useful in an abandoned station, or a laser, which allows you to overcome a …

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Ocelot Jugular Now Available in GTA Online


Hit the streets of San Andreas in style – Rockstar Games announced today that the Ocelot Jugular is now available in GTA Online.

Those looking to pick up this sweet pair of wheels can head over to Legendary Motorsport.

King of the Hill is also making its way to GTA Online. In this mode, 16 aspiring monarchs across two to four teams as they all wrestle for royal ascension. Seven different maps are available, and players can net themselves Double GTA$ and RP from now through October 16 in this mode.

Players will also be able to get Double GTA$ & RP on all Client Jobs until October 16. If that’s not enough, Special Cargo Sell Missions will pay out a generous 2X GTA$ this week.

For those diving into Red Dead Redemption 2, those that link their Social Club account with both GTAV and RDR2 can log into GTA Online before December 12 can get an exclusive tint of the Slaughter Mask in Red Dead Online. Note that this mask will automatically be sent to your Wardrobe.

All players that give the Diamond Casino & Resort’s Lucky Wheel a spin can get the chance to win the grand prize of the Principe Deveste Eight. Of course, GTA$, RP, and clothing can also be yours. Make sure to pay a visit to the Casino Store as well, which features exclusive goodies on sale this week that includes limited-edition clothing and artworks.

Players can also net themselves the following discounts this week:

  • Benefactor Terrorbyte – 40% off
  • Special Cargo Warehouses – 40% off
  • Progen Emerus (Super) – 25% off
  • Ocelot Pariah (Sports) – 35% off
  • Enus Paragon R (Sports) – 35% off
  • Grotti Turismo R (Super) – 35% off
  • Karin Sultan RS (Super) – 35% off
  • Dewbauchee Specter (Sports) – 35% off
  • Vapid GB200 (Sports) – 35% off
  • Annis Elegy Retro Custom (Sports) – 35% off
  • Vehicle Armor – 40% off
  • Bulletproof Tires – 40% off
  • All Ammo – 40% off
  • Body Armor – 40% off

Finally, Twitch Prime members that have linked their Twitch and Rockstar Games Social Club accounts before October 6 can claim their free Master Penthouse. These players can also purchase the Lago Zancudo Bunker and Fort Zancudo Hangar 3499 for a rebate on each property after purchase. In addition, they can take an extra 10% off all of the previously listed vehicle and amenity discounts, along with 75% off the Cheval Taipan and Overflod Autarch hypercar.

Source: Press Release
Ocelot Jugular Now Available in GTA Online

Hit the streets of San Andreas in style – Rockstar Games announced today that the Ocelot Jugular is now available in GTA Online

Judge Magister Gabranth Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Originally making an appearance in Final Fantasy XII, Judge Magister Gabranth is now available as DLC for Square Enix and Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Moons of Madness Launching October 22

Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC

New Sennheiser Headset Offers 100 Hours Of Wireless Gaming
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Judge Magister Gabranth Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT


Originally making an appearance in Final Fantasy XII, Judge Magister Gabranth is now available as DLC for Square Enix and Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.

Born Noah fon Ronsenburg, Judge Magister Gabranth demonstrates a ruthless and cruel demeanor in the original title. His allegiance lies wholly with the Empire.

Gabranth’s fighting style pays host to six different exclusive EX skills and two common EX skills. These abilities include Shield Oath, Prison of Vengeance, and others, and can be used to bolster his allies.

See him in action below:

DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT – Gabranth Reveal Trailer

The “Gabranth Starter Pack” for the title will include this character, along with three alternate appearances and three weapons. Additional special chat messages have also been included.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.

Source: Press Release
Judge Magister Gabranth Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Originally making an appearance in Final Fantasy XII, Judge Magister Gabranth is now available as DLC for Square Enix and Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Moons of Madness Launching October 22

Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC

New Sennheiser Headset Offers 100 Hours Of Wireless Gaming

Sennheiser today announced the release of the highly anticipated GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset, a low-latency, cable-free, wireless headset and microphone that works with most major console brands

Galarian Ponyta Highlighted in New Pokemon Shield Trailer

Get a closer look at the Galarian form of Ponyta with the latest trailer for Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokemon Shield

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Moons of Madness Launching October 22


Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC.

In this title, players take control of Chief Engineer Shane Newehart, who is stationed on a research facility on Mars. However, things quickly start going wrong, and players must find a way to get out in one piece. Note that it is set in the same thematic universe as The Secret World, but can be enjoyed as a standalone title.

To go alongside this news, a new launch trailer has been released. You can view it below:

Moons of Madness – Launch Date Announcement Trailer

According to Rock Pocket Games CEO Ivan Moen:

“We wanted to make a game that combines Lovecraftian elements and Mars exploration, and central to a good Lovecraft experience is the battle that goes on in your own mind. You will face external threats, sure, but having to face your inner demons at the same time is what makes this truly terrifying.”

Note that the title will launch on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 21, 2020.

Source: Press Release
Moons of Madness Launching October 22

Ahead of Halloween, Funcom and Rock Pocket Games announced today that Moons of Madness will launch on October 22 for the PC

New Sennheiser Headset Offers 100 Hours Of Wireless Gaming

Sennheiser today announced the release of the highly anticipated GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset, a low-latency, cable-free, wireless headset and microphone that works with most major console brands

Galarian Ponyta Highlighted in New Pokemon Shield Trailer

Get a closer look at the Galarian form of Ponyta with the latest trailer for Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokemon Shield

Legendary Bounty Sergio Vicenza Coming to Red Dead Online

Military defector and skilled sharpshooter Sergio Vicenza has made his way to Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online – learn more about this Legendary Bounty coming to the game this week

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Play Battlefield 5 and Mortal Kombat 11 for free this weekend

Every once in a while, promotions that let you play different games through the weekend appear on several gaming platforms, but this weekend you will be able to play two games that, even belonging to very different genres, can be considered as top games in their respective categories: Mortal Kombat 11 and Battlefield 5.

Mortal Kombat 11 is the latest title of the fighting franchise, and from October 11 to 14, you can take part in a free trial on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will allow you to play in all of the different multiplayer modes that the game offers. You will also have limited access to the cinematic Story mode. The complete roster of characters will be at your disposal on those modes, but if you choose to play in Towers of Time mode, you will also be able to try three of the characters included in the Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack: Shang Tsung, Nightwolf, and the Terminator T-800.

But if fighting games are not for you and you prefer good old first-person shooting action, you can also play Battlefield 5 for free on PC this weekend. Electronic Arts has organized not one but three different free weekends in October. The first one starts today, and it will last until October 13. During this trial, you will have access to Battlefield 5’s entire single-player campaign. If you prefer multiplayer, you will be able to play on the Rush mode through several maps that include Rotterdam. Mercury, Narvik, and the recently released Operation Underground map. You can download Battlefield 5 client from Origin.

Whatever game you choose to play this weekend, remember to use our comparator to find the best prices if you decide to buy any of them anytime.

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Digimon ReArise Digimon Favorite Food Guide

Digimon ReArise Digimon Favorite Food Guide
Favorite Food plays a huge role in increasing your Digimon’s Bonds. This Digimon ReArise Digimon Favorite Food Guide tells you how to find the favorite food of your favorite Digimon, and what food is best to give if you’re hoping to increase your Digimon Bond as fast as possible.

If you want to check your Digimons favorite food, simply check the Digimons stats and then choose the profile option – you can reach this area by pressing and holding over the profile of a Digimon in the DigiTown. This displays their favorite food from left to right.

Digimon ReArise Digimon Favorite Food Guide


When you select a Digimon in the DigiTown, the profile is displayed alongside images of the different foodstuffs you have. In this particular menu, favorite food is displayed in potency from left to right.

For example, if I fed my GeoGreymon a slice of the bacon (the first item on the list) it would increase its Bond by the lowest amount, when compared to the other two. Alternatively, if I use the nice, juicy, steak at the end of the favorite food chain, this will offer the biggest boost to Bond out of all his favorite foods that I own.

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How To Awaken Digimon In Digimon ReArise

How To Awaken Digimon In Digimon ReArise
Awakening increases your Digimon’s max level and Bond. This guide explains How To Awaken Digimon In Digimon ReArise, letting you increase the power of your favorite Digimon and later, making it possible to Digivolve into bigger and more powerful Digimon.

Awakening is like increasing your level cap. Each Digimon can only reach a certain level and a certain bond, once maximum is reached, they must be awakened before they can progress and advance any further. It can be an expensive task in the latter stages of development, but it’s still a simple one.

How To Awaken Digimon In Digimon ReArise

If you want to Awaken a Digimon, go to the Train menu and select the “Workout/Awakening” option. Then, from the selection box at the bottom of the screen, select the Digimon you want to awaken. Once you have chosen your Digimon, look at the different Workout items available.

In order to Awaken a Digimon, it must have used one of each Workout Chip. Looking at the image at the top of this post, you can see icons on each Workout Chip spot. That means the Digimon has fully trained and can now be awakened, if it’s at the correct level.

That’s How To Awaken Digimon In Digimon ReArise.

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How To Raise In-Training Bond In Digimon ReArise

How To Raise In-Training Bond In Digimon ReArise
Want to evolve and increase bond with your baby Digimon? This guide explains How To Raise In-Training Bond In Digimon ReArise as increasing the bond with In-Training and Rookie Digimon is slightly different, as they cannot accompany you on missions.

Eggs are one of the best ways to get powerful Digimon in Digimon ReArise. You can select which path they take, when they evolve, it’s better than the random nature of the drop system. One requirement before you can Digivolve a Digimon is to max its Bond level.

How To Raise In-Training Bond In Digimon ReArise

There are two main ways to increase Bond. Firstly, you can take Digimon on missions with you, secondly, you can feed them. The former is not possible with In-Training Digimon as they are not allowed to fight. However, the latter is a little confusing.

For any other Digimon, when you select them in the DigiFarm, it automatically tells you that you can feed them. With the In-Training Digimon, that interface is initially hidden. Select your Digimon and then press the small present icon in the lower right corner, as shown in the image above.

From there you can feed your In-Training Digimon and increase their Bond. After that, you just have to wait for the time to pass before they can evolve.

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The final faction in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is The Unseen

The Seattle of Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is not a place where it’s easy to survive, especially if you are a vampire. The amount of vampire clans and factions that are present in the city, each of them with its own secret agenda and motivations, is so notable that every single one of your movements as a newly-born vampire will be decisive for your future in the world of darkness. That’s the reason why knowing as much as possible about every organization present in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is so important.

Paradox Interactive has finally revealed the last one of the factions that will appear in the game, The Unseen.

Bloodlines 2 – The Unseen

The Unseen is the only faction in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 that you won’t be only to join. It’s composed exclusively by vampires of the Clan Nosferatu, whose members share an uncommon trait, they are disfigured and can’t pass for humans. This characteristic forces them to hide and operate from the shadows, but that’s something they excel at, and they have become the masters of information dealing. The Unseen literally know everything, and in a world that is based on secrecy knowledge is power, so they turn out to be one of the most important factions in Seattle. If you befriend them, you will be in a very good position to access all that knowledge and use it to your advantage.

Dealing with The Unseen will get you to move through the most unsightly places of the city, but it’s always worth the price.

The Unseen stronghold

With the reveal of The Unseen, the map with the factions and clans of Seattle is finally complete. Your relations with them and the role they will have in your story will only depend on your decisions and actions, but you must remember that it’s quite unlikely that you will be able to please everyone in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, so be ready to defend yourself.

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Frostpunk Review

After a little more than a year, Frostpunk finally arrives on consoles. Is this survival city management game worth checking out, or should you let it slip on by? Check out our review and find out.

Frostpunk Review

The world of Frostpunk has been afflicted by what is known as The Frost. As the name implies, everything froze, and civilization was slowly destroyed by it. The only choice left is to go north to create a new city, the last town on earth. While going north may seem counter-intuitive, there is a generator there that provides warmth in a large radius. When you finally arrive, it is time to get to work and to rebuild civilization.

Frostpunk is a city management survival game. It is a high-stress type of game, where minor choices can actually sink you quickly. Starting with only a handful of people, you mine coal, build tents, and fire up the generator. As your city grows, so does its needs: food, warmth, shelter, recreation, medicine, law and order, and hope. Your first main objective is only to survive for 20 days. I failed this around four times before finally getting there. Then past the 20 days, there is another major challenge that also sank me a couple of times.

The choices you make determine how long you can go. When I say choices, I mean building decisions, worker choices, and the occasional citizen request. My first failure came quickly after neglecting my sick people for only a day. Disease spread and I couldn’t catch up, leaving my workers unable to work and my generator without fuel. Learning from that, I made sure to stay on top of medical tents the next time. Food was my next problem as more survivors joined, and hunger was setting in. I felt like I was supposed to fail a few times, and I quickly learned that the most straightforward and quickest solution is often the best choice.

Frostpunk Honest Game review

As the commander of the outpost, you also occasionally have to make new laws. Some of these options are hard to choose; you can have children work, but they can get injured and people don’t like seeing kids doing manual labor. You have this constant battle between hope and discontent that always keeps you on your toes. Having kids working lowers overall hope? Just sign the law that lets you build a bar so people can drink their problems away. Your options can often feel harsh, but this is about humanity’s survival, and there is no room for weak links.

While you maintain the outpost and choose what to build there, you can also send out scouts into the white wastes. They will journey to different areas and search for resources and survivors. There are more choices to be made here as well. Do you want to send them back right away, or risk them going further to find more supplies? Do you send the civilians back alone, or escort them back so they get there safely? With everything going on, it is often easy to overlook little things that can finish a settlement. Yes, you want more survivors, but you don’t want 20 new sick people to show up if you don’t have …

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