The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World is a visual novel about pizza

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The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World is a visual novel about pizza

Oh, a Rock Studios! are an indie developer responsible for several games you probably haven't heard of, like Cat President and The Awkward Steve Duology. Their current project is The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World, a live-action visual novel about, well, the title probably sums it up. You play Doug, who takes a break from pizza delivery when someone claiming to be a future version of himself enlists him to help prevent the internet from being destroyed. There's also weird customers to deal with, awkward flirting, and what looks like a pizza-slicing minigame. It's got everything.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider trailer shows off its enemies

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider trailer shows off its enemies

The latest trailer for Shadow of the Tomb Raider is subtitled 'Know Your Enemy' and its 40 seconds depict the varieties of bad guy you'll be fighting in the new game. There are Trinity troops who pronounce Lara in the American way, tribal warriors, and of course a variety of animals who will dismember her in brutal close-ups: eels, piranhas, and a jaguar.

They Are billions adds giants, new difficulty mode

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They Are billions adds giants, new difficulty mode

While Numantian Games continue work on the singleplayer campaign for Early Access RTS hit They Are Billions, they've also been sliding bonus stuff into the survival mode that's currently available. The latest patch adds a new zombie type called the Infected Giant, a behemoth so big they're marked on the minimap so you know not to expand in their direction until you're ready to take them on.

Turn-based tactics RPG Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark is out now

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Turn-based tactics RPG Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark is out now

Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark, a turn-based RPG being developed by 6 Eyes, is in Early Access now. After its successful Kickstarter, our writer Lauren Morton checked out how it was coming along back in March. She said, "Fell Seal's current demo includes 11 story missions and the option to replay most of the maps as random encounters. In true JRPG style, it also features fantasy monsters, bumbling henchmen, and a haughty antagonist with a terrible haircut. The protagonists, by way of contrast, stray a good deal from the plucky heroes of the coming-of-age tale I expected to find."