Tag Archives: Worlds

Hear Super Mario World’s Music Like You Never Have Before

Super Mario World has a classic soundtrack. Just listening to some of those songs sends waves of nostalgia over me, whether it’s an upbeat track from the early game or a foreboding dungeon theme. I don’t much about music composition or the challenges developers face in getting that music onto a SNES …

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The Outer Worlds: Peril On Gorgon Comes To Switch Next Week

Obsidian Entertainment announced that The Outer Worlds’ first expansion, Peril on Gorgon, is heading to the Switch version of the game on February 10 – that’s a week from today! The DLC was released last September for PS4, Xbox One, and PC and takes players to the lawless asteroid Gorgon to …

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The Outer Worlds Board-Approved Bundle Blasts Off Today

The Outer Worlds was one of our favorite games of 2019, and players who haven’t picked it up can now buy it with all the fixins’ with the Board-Approved Bundle. The Game of the Year-style edition packages the base came as well as the Expansion Pass, which allows access to …

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The Outer Worlds 2 Rumored To Be In The Works

The Outer Worlds 2 looks to be in development, at least according to a recent rumor by industry insider Daniel Ahmad. With the Peril on Gorgon DLC out now for players to enjoy, this Fallout New Vegas 2 in space take could have an even brighter future ahead.  On the cusp …

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World’s End Club review: “An interactive anime”

There aren’t many anime games on Apple Arcade nowadays, so the introduction of World’s End Club should be a nice surprise for all anime fans out there. Although, you shouldn’t go in expecting an action-packed adventure like many other anime-style games available on the App Store. Instead, World’s End Club …

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Five Next Gen Worlds To Be Excited About

We are at the precipice of a new and enhanced generation of gaming. I couldn’t be any more excited for what the future holds! The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X have a bevy of exclusive and upgraded titles planned for their unannounced launch dates and beyond. Because of that, there’s so much to …

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