Ever wanted to freely move around the countryside on a horse and build villages, mine materials and grow a kingdom?! Well, then – this is an indie game you MUST play!
With fluid graphics, a superb OST, and beautiful animations, Kingdom Two Crowns is a game you should not miss out on. What’s the plot? The entire kingdom is filled with creatures of the dark that represent “greed.” The more you expand, the greater is your risk of them stealing your crown and dismantling your kingdom. To win, you must expand from one island to another, and annihilate greed altogether.
It doesn’t stop there, though! Each island has a higher greed level and it gets increasingly difficult every time. Psssst…. The game also has extra game modes! You will literally spend hours and you won’t even realize that the time has passed. Extremely addictive and with a high amount of replayability, this game gives you everything you would expect from a survival game.
Have a look at the gameplay below and decide for yourself!
Let’s rewind and go back to the late 90s and early 2000s when the internet was primarily dominated by cute cat videos and clips. That was a good time! Wholesome, funny, and sometimes super addictive… everything you’d expect from cats.
And now the cats are back! More like ONE cat. “Stray”, the game about a cat who loses its way and ends up in a society devoid of humans is taking the internet by storm. Developed by BlueTwelve Studio and published by Annapurna Interactive, this game is absolutely breathtaking. Imagine this: cute cat in a dystopian, cyberpunk-ish world. Now that is something I would PAY for.
Stray is beautiful. It is a visual treat and your system should have no problem running it too – its very well optimized. Now, this game is not just great for gamers, but has spawned an entirely different breed (or rather, species) of audience. There’s no big reveal here… It’s literally cats.
Don’t believe us? Then check this compilation out! It shows different pet cats reacting to the videogame. It is everything you would hope for and more.
If you want to check out some actual gameplay, watch the video next!
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Since nearly more than half of 2022 is over, we here at Gamers-Outlet.net thought it was a greaaaaaat idea to recap some of the upcoming games of this year and get you pumped up for what’s in store.
1. A Plague Tale: Requiem
A direct sequel to “A Plague Tale: Innocence”, you follow in the footsteps of siblings Amicia and Hugo during the era of the Black Plague. Of course, the friggin’ rats are gonna be there and will be way more challenging this time.
To be released in October, this game truly embodies elements of stealth, surprise and historical horror as we see the protagonists fleeing from soldiers AND rats. Will they find a cure for Hugo? Let’s find out!
2. High on Life
Now imagine this: You’re a regular high school graduate who has pretty much an uneventful life but now has to fight aliens with talking guns because they’re trying to take over our planet for the sole purpose of drugs?! That’s literally what’s happening here.
Developed under the creator of Rick and Morty Justin Roiland, this game is gonna be super funny and aesthetic!
3. The Callisto Protocol
Finally, to end our awesome list, we present to you: The Callisto Protocol.
A survival horror game set in the future, this game seems like it’s got everything you’d want. Based entirely on Jupiter’s moon Callisto, it’s set in the year 2320. Fun fact: This game is inside the PUBG universe (wtf? but it’s true!)…. How stoked are you for this?
New year, new summer sale. Dubbed as Steam Summer Sale 3000, we have an amazing discount storewide on Steam.
There’s a cool cyberpunk-ish twist this time though – Steam wants us to believe that it’s from the year 3000 and has a cool treasure hunt mini-game inside, during the life of this sale. Everyone can participate!
Simply click on the FREE FUN THIS WAY sign and you’re in!
When you do reach the page, you need to solve 10 riddles and find the games corresponding to the hints given in the riddles. Don’t worry though! It’s not that hard. The goal is to reach the highest badge level, i.e. Level 10. Of course, we here at Gamers-outlet.net have it. (You can trust our platform to buy product keys hehe)
After you’re done, you’ll get a snazzy badge and some cool items! (Won’t spoil what those are for you yet!) If you cannot solve the riddles by yourself and need some assistance, watch this video below that explains how to get the answers 🙂
More importantly, have tons of fun solving! Now, to the other main question – What are you buying? The prices look too good to pass on this time! Hope you have a great time during this sale and don’t forget to stay hydrated in this hot weather! 🙂
Well, the first 5 months have kinda gone by QUICK and how… We got some amazing releases this year, like Lost Ark and Dying Light 2… But the year isn’t over and we’re just halfway through! So let’s see what else is in store for us and how excited we SHOULD BE!
Let’s start with the current month! Here, we’ve got Evil Dead: The Game! It will be released across all platforms. And the second most anticipated game we have is Apex Legends Mobile. Of course available only on iOS and Android!
June is full of a nostalgia reload! We got Mario Strikers: Battle League for the Switch and Sonic Origins for all platforms. And a special entry: Cuphead’s DLC!
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 makes it’s way here in July! And Live A Live for Switch.
Mf’ing SAINTS ROW 5! It’s just titled Saints Row, though. Whatever! Releasing August 23.
It’s time for some Warhammer! Yep, this epic game releases in September! How excited are you for Warhammer 40,000: Darktide?
DC fans galore: Beware! It’s another greatly anticipated title – GOTHAM KNIGHTS! Plus it’s action-RPG. How cool! Really stoked for this one.
November and December’22
Not much going on here, except we get Starfield in November and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. II in December! They both seem like lovely titles so that’s a great way to end the year!
What title are you most excited about? 😉 And if you’re still interested in playing the releases before and during May, make sure you check out our main store HERE! <3
If you’ve been keeping up with your PS Plus subscription lately, it’s been crazy good. Sony is dishing out some awesome titles to keep forever (as long as you’re a member of PS Plus) with their subscription and gamers are absolutely lovin’ it.
This time, the free games for May 2022 are gonna MAKE you wanna buy the subscription. Don’t trust us? Well then, here’s the first free game that has been announced to drop next week!
YES! That’s right… FIFA 22! It’s hard to believe Sony would do such a thing but lately, almost all their titles on PS Plus have been a hit. Compared to the last couple of years, at least. It will be up for grabs on PS4 and on PS5. And that’s not all. There’s also another great title dropping this month and it’s… TRIBES OF MIDGARD!!!
A great action-adventure RPG, this game is one you shouldn’t miss out on. It’s based on Nordic mythology so all you geeks are gonna have a lot of fun with this game! Available both for PS4 and PS5. And we’re not done yet: Here’s the final game!
Curse of the Dead Gods is the final entry and is a roguelike dungeon crawler with great aesthetics to be claimed for PS4 users. Highly recommend it, and is so much fun to play with friends! It was only launched last year so it’s pretty darn new.
Well that’s it for this time folks, make sure you grab these on time!
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Well, well, well…. We’re back at these rumors about a new Grand Theft Auto. Although this one leak is actually super promising – maybe even lead to an announcement about GTA 6 next year! But take it with a grain of salt.
This new juicy tidbit of information includes talk of a Chapter System in the game, similar to the one in Read Dead Redemption 2 and a possible sequel to GTA Online.
This comes from a well known insider Tez2 who has been pretty accurate at leaking stuff via forums and Twitter. Here’s what they had to say in the image below!
Another industry insider revealed sometime last month that GTA 6 will be massive, and would take around 500 hours to finish everything in-game. It is similar to Dying Light 2 in that regard, although their promised “500 hours” mean a replay of the game with different choices and to get all achievements. On an average it was completed in under 200 hours with most achievements unlocked. Well, only time will tell us.
Are you excited? What are your thoughts?! Leave them below 😉 Oh, and don’t forget to check out our main site www.gamers-outlet.net for the most exclusive deals! We’re having some more this spring, so stay tuned! 😉
Steam Deck was finally released last week and is available worldwide! And with that, we got some pleasant surprises, such as Valve’s exclusive deck game: Aperture Desk Job! It is based in the Portal universe and will be available to users as a free game on March 01.
Valve insists that it is NOT Portal 3. Instead, it is a game in the same universe. This is what it says on the Steam store page:
“Lower your expectations: This is not a sequel to Portal. Now get ready to raise them slightly, because it is in the expanded universe of those games. Desk Job puts you squarely in the driver’s seat at Aperture Science. Then quickly removes the driving part and adds a desk in front of the seat.”
Although it is available on Steam Deck, it is also available to download on PC. These are the minimum system requirements to run the game!
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Core i5-7500 / Ryzen 5 1600
Memory: 12 GB RAM
Graphics: GTX 1060 / RX 580 – 6GB VRAM
Storage: 4 GB available space
What do you think about the trailer? Do you think you will play the game? It seems very entertaining imho. Let’s see what the players say when it releases tomorrow!
In any case, if you are looking for some sick-ass discounts, check out the main site! Tons of new games to buy! From Dying Light 2, to Rainbow Six Extraction. The prices won’t disappoint you! Pssst…. We also got the cheapest prices for the softwares 😉
Finally, it’s here. You draw your curtains and switch off the lights. It’s perfect. Everything is okay – and you click on Dying Light 2. Released just this week – the sequel to the much awaited Dying Light is here and it truly is breath-taking.
You’re started off with the same track of Harran that played during the first game and given a backstory into how DL2 came into existence. Of course, the GRE is involved again, and a failed experiment caused the rapid spread of the virus throughout the world causing only one city to survive, Villedor. You start as Aiden, a Pilgrim (a wanderer, a survivor and a badass zombie killer). 10 minutes into the game and you meet Spike from the original game and he brings up Crane real quick. The nostalgia hits hard! It is a bit depressing, ngl. The game looks beyond amazing and the music compliments it so well. Overall, this game has very positive reviews and great praise from critics and gamers both. Let’s dive into this review and talk about the pros and cons of this game, and if you should buy it.
Before we talk about the best parts, let’s talk about the cons first. The game was played on medium settings on a rig that had an RTX 2060 GPU, 16 GB DDR4 RAM and an i7-6700K processor. For some reason, the Ray Tracing would cause a drastic drop in FPS so we just decided to play it on medium to avoid any of that.
Performance (Bugs, Glitches, FPS and more)
A game this new is expected to have some performance issues, glitches, bugs and whatnot. Dying Light 2 unfortunately is no stranger to that and has some massive issues with performance mainly, with a few minor bugs and glitches that can be overlooked. The FPS drops drastically and the game is unable to hold a constant rate. Frequent drops like these can be extremely annoying and can affect the overall gameplay. There are also enormous loading times, blacked out screens, laggy combat and audio issues where the characters are talking (as is evident from the subtitles) but there is literally no sound. There are also issues that are somewhat game breaking – you cannot progress through certain parts in the story because of unknown reasons and are just stuck in a loop for hours.
There was a body duplication glitch, and also a glitch where the corpses just disappeared. The funniest glitch we came across was when you vault over an opponent to kick the other – the person we vaulted over started floating in the air. It was hilarious. Techland said that they are working on a new patch that should reportedly fix these problems and hopefully optimize the game further. All of these were encountered on PC, just to be clear. Some of these issues are addressed under the TIPS section of this article and we show you how to get around these (for now) while the patches are being rolled out; you can thank us later. 😉
Combat & Parkour
In the very beginning, you have almost no stamina left and keep falling down. Nights are extremely tough and parkour seems SO SLOW. Of course as you level up it is truly fun and amazing, but in the beginning it is a bit… frustrating. Not just that, but Aiden’s jump feels super weird. As if he’s jumping on marshmallows… it doesn’t seem natural at all and is at times difficult to gauge if he would make certain jumps or not. From a first-person perspective, the grappling part deeper into the game makes you feel like Spider-Man and is pure, limitless fun. The combat is much more difficult, because it feels a bit more realistic with the increased health of the opponents (especially human). It can get a little repetitive, and sometimes boring. Some enhancements and nerfs need to be made in upcoming patches.
The story comes across as lacklustre and a tad bit boring/expected. The GRE’s involved again? Seriously? Everything adds up to an almost anticlimactic build-up that ends up being not so satisfactory. Maybe the DLC will spice things up. The characters are mostly predictable and are not so well written.
That’s all we had for the cons. Here’s some tips in order for you to not rage at the game and finish it with ease!
If you’re having trouble finishing a quest, especially when you’re at the location but nothing happens (as seen in one of the earlier quests titled “Talk to the people of the Bazaar” where you endlessly search for something to happen and nothing happens – just roam around for a bit after you reach the Bazaar or complete a side quest. You should get a call and then boom, you are able to progress.
Multiplayer Co-op problems? Don’t worry. Apparently, you’re not allowed to have more than 300 friends on Steam at the moment for this game, so just remove some friends if you’re above 300 and it should work like a charm. Hopefully this gets addressed soon.
Pressing the “Q” key for survivor sense and it doesn’t work? Just walk around a few metres, press the escape key and try again. It should work. This is one of the most annoying bugs. But since it’s an important one, it will be fixed nonetheless.
Finally, random floating bodies? Audio cracking/no audio at all? Parkour and combat seem sluggish? Just restart the game and all will be good.
This is what we have so far! Time to talk about the GREAT stuff.
It is beautiful. The graphics are outstanding and the game looks amazing, no doubt about it. The voice acting is a bit okay although the traversing makes it so much more bearable. The music is also so damn good. It really feels depressing at times and during certain missions we felt actually sad. A great combo.
This game promises so much playtime that you won’t be bored of it and it has enough replayability to reach about 500 hours. No joke, that’s what Techland said. We ourselves are around 40 hours deep and haven’t made any significant progress in the game (also because we’re completionists haha). It is fun, entertaining and keeps you hooked. Get ready to spend 3-4 hours per session at the very least.
Most players playing this are and will play it for the nostalgia. Although it is not very connected to the first one, it still reminds you of the times you played as Crane. The rooftop jumping, side missions and survivor saving – it does make you nostalgic and give you some happiness.
I think that’s about it for now, yes, there are many things wrong with this game but should you buy it?
Yes. Techland gave support to a game that came out in 2015 and continued it until DL2 came out.
Should you buy it now? Meh, maybe wait for a bit until the bugs are fixed.
Is it fun regardless of everything? YES!!!!
Anyway, make sure you check it out on our website for a GREAT RATE! Go kill some zombies. And don’t forget! Good night and good luck 😉