Hello Games released their 1.2 version of No Man’s Sky today, the Path Finder Update. The update claims, according to the games update page to, introduce planetary vehicles, base sharing, PS4 Pro support, ship/weapon specialization, permadeath mode, and much more. It then goes on to say, “It shows a path for the future.” Does it though?
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With only six days before Christmas, Gearbox Software still has yet to release the winter update for Battleborn it keeps promising. The company has been talking about the update since at least the 6th. The game originally released on May 3rd of this year and was initially met with strong sales but only slightly above average overall review scores. Still things were looking promising for the new IP from Gearbox until Blizzards new team shooter Overwatch released on the 24th of the same month.
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In my quest to find asymmetrical cooperative games for VR, which landed me on the rough around the edges, but charming and entertaining The Diner Duo which you can read the review of right here, I also came across another interesting game meant to be played by one person using the HMD and the other at the monitor that the VR set is hooked to titled Black Hat Cooperative. Is it a worthy title to add to your VR selection?
Like that obnoxious Owl used to say “Let’s…find out.” If you hated that quote or don’t get the reference because you’re too young it’s OK. he’s long dead now.
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