Screenshot Survey: Brewing Up Games

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Screenshot Survey: Brewing Up Games

It’s Saturday, and that means it’s time for another Screenshot Survey. Every week, we take a look at a few cool new games in the works by game developers tweeting with #ScreenshotSaturday. For even more games you might be interested in, check out the Screenshot Saturday hashtag on Twitter.

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Planning a Trip To Corinne Cross's Dead & Breakfast

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Planning a Trip To Corinne Cross's Dead & Breakfast

Coming to terms with someone’s passing is always difficult, even if you weren’t that close to them. We grieve for celebrities, distant relatives, and friends of friends, reminded of our own mortality. This is particularly true when our classmates from school or college die an untimely death, which is the premise of Corinne Cross’s Dead & Breakfast.

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Horizon Zero Dawn PC Release Date Is Set in August

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Horizon Zero Dawn PC Release Date Is Set in August

Sony has been dipping its toes into PC gaming lightly, with the most significant offering coming from them giving PC owners a taste of their biggest new IP of the last generation Horizon Zero Dawn. Billed the Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition For PC, this version comes with the base game and the Frozen Wastes expansion as well as a wealth of PC customization options.

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The Last of Us Part II Review

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The Last of Us Part II Review

At this point, I think everyone has some personal hot take on The Last of Us Part II. If you've played the game or not, you know something about it and I'm certain you have feelings about it. My job is to give those feelings a numerical evaluation. It was not an easy task. The Last of Us Part II is probably the most ambitious game Naughty Dog has ever made, and there's a lot here.

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Capcom, NetherRealms, and Bandai Namco Pull Out of Evo 2020 Amid Sexual Abuse Scandal

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Capcom, NetherRealms, and Bandai Namco Pull Out of Evo 2020 Amid Sexual Abuse Scandal

Capcom, NetherRealm Studios, Bandai Namco, and Mane6 have announced that they will be pulling their games out of popular fighting game tournament Evo 2020. This would include Street Fighter V, Mortal Kombat 11, Soul Calibur VI, Tekken 7, Them's Fightin' Herds and more. Additionally, popular professional gamer SonicFox has announced he'll also not be attending.

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