Anamorphine is a heavy adventure game about mental illness

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Anamorphine is a heavy adventure game about mental illness

Developer Artifact 5 has taken on a heavy challenge with Anamorphine, which the studio calls a "surreal first-person exploration game of rendered emotions." Protagonist Tyler falls into post-traumatic denial as his wife Elena sinks into depression after an accident "that robs her of her livelihood and emotional outlet." 

Genital Jousting's price will go up when it comes out next week

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Genital Jousting's price will go up when it comes out next week

For the uninitiated: Genital Jousting is a party game about inserting cartoon penises into cartoon buttholes (on the cartoon penises) and occasionally some other things. With that out of the way, onto the news: Genital Jousting is leaving Steam Early Access and officially launching on Thursday, January 18, publisher Devolver Digital announced today. 

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord welcomes the Aserai

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Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord welcomes the Aserai

Following last month's Vlandians reveal, Mount & Blade 2: Banner has announced its latest faction: the Aserai. Based on the tribes that thrived prior to the Arab Conquests of the seventh and eighth century, a typically comprehensive blog post from developer TaleWorlds details their history, lore and combat capabilities. 

Bungie outlines how it plans to fix Destiny 2 in 2018

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Bungie outlines how it plans to fix Destiny 2 in 2018

Destiny 2 left 2017 on quite the cliffhanger. Players were abandoning the game in droves, and those sticking around were overflowing with salt about the anaemic endgame and obnoxious use of microtransactions at the expense of actual content. Would Bungie be able to satisfactorily address the complaints and start turning things around? Or is it doomed to become one of those sequels that somehow managed to break what was good about the first game?