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Warhorse Studios’ “Kingdom Come: Deliverance” Coming to Nintendo Switch

Warhorse Studios recently announced that their medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance is coming to the Nintendo Switch thanks in part due to a partnership with publisher Prime Matter. According to the press release, the upcoming Nintendo Switch version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance owes its existence to a “happy mistake”, as the PS4 Royal Edition of the game was erroneously also

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“Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition” Reportedly Headed to Switch in February

Update 1 – This listing for a Nintendo Switch port of Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition has since been revealed to be an error, with no Switch version being planned at this time. Update 2 – Sike! As of June 2021, Warhorse Studios has confirmed that a Switch version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance is in development. Check out the latest

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New DLC “Band of Bastards” DLC now available for “Kingdom Come: Deliverance”

They’re bastards. A whole band of them. And they’re now available as DLC in the medieval action/RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance. In Band of Bastards, you’ve been tasked to escort Baron Kuno of Rychwald and his band of mercenaries while they patrol the roads of Rattay. Here are the official details on what’s included in the new content:   The roads

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Story DLC coming to Kingdom Come: Deliverance in July

Publisher Deep Silver and Warhorse Studios revealed Tuesday a first glimpse of new story DLC for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, set to release in July. Titled From The Ashes, the main thrust of the DLC features a town-building expansion in which players create a new settlement from the ground up and adjudicate disputes between settlers. Also on Tuesday, Warhorse Studios released

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Review: “Flat Kingdom: Paper’s Cut Edition” (Xbox)

Originally created thanks to crowdfunding, Fat Panda Games’ 2D platformer Flat Kingdom: Paper’s Cut Edition is making the jump from PC to consoles thanks to publisher Ratalaika Games.* The eternal battle between 2D and 3D has come to the peaceful Flat Kingdom. Now a brave warrior named Flat must venture into unfamiliar 3D landscapes to collect six magical jewels, rescue

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“Flat Kingdom Paper’s Cut Edition” Coming to Consoles on 1 April

Indie publisher Ratalaika Games recently announced that Flat Kingdom Paper’s Cut Edition is coming to PS4, PS5, Xbone, SeXbox and Nintendo Switch on Friday, 1 April. Developed by Fat Panda Games, Flat Kingdom Paper’s Cut Edition has been available via Steam PC for several years. The game combines 2D action and puzzle solving as your hero fights to prevent a

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Adult Dungeon Crawler RPG “Kingdom of Subversion” Now in Early Access on Itch.io

NergalGameDev has released the ver. 0.2 build of Kingdom of Subversion, a risqué dungeon crawling RPG set in a fantasy setting. Did I say risqué? Because I meant pornographic. Kingdom of Subversion is absolutely an “adults-only” experience, and it looks like it features all manner of debauchery. Having said that, I’m sure you want to know more. Here’s the official

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GOG celebrates 10th anniversary by giving away “Shadow Warrior 2” until noon, 6 October EST

Until noon on 6 October (EST), you can download Shadow Warrior 2 free of charge compliments of GOG.com. The occasion? It happens to be GOG’s 10th anniversary, and the folks running the site decided to give an anniversary present to its customers. In the days running up to the anniversary event, GOG ran a poll asking customers which of three

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Strategy RPG “Legend of Ixtona” Now Available on PlayStation

On Thursday, publisher KEMCO released Legend of Ixtona for the PS4 and PS5 (and it does feature cross-buy). Originally released for mobile platforms, Legend of Ixtona is already available on Xbox and Nintendo Switch. Legend of Ixtona is a turn-based strategy RPG presented with an isometric viewpoint. Here’s the official breakdown of Legend of Ixtona from KEMCO: Ixtona emerges from

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Strategy RPG “Legend of Ixtona” Now Available on Nintendo Switch

On Thursday, publisher KEMCO released Legend of Ixtona for the Nintendo Switch via the Switch eShop. Originally released for mobile platforms, Legend of Ixtona is a turn-based strategy RPG presented with an isometric viewpoint. Here’s the official breakdown of Legend of Ixtona from KEMCO: Ixtona emerges from years of war thanks to the tireless efforts of its benevolent king. One

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Crowdfunding Review: “Ed Gein: Demon Hunter” Issue 1 (Reload Comics)

Indie comics is a place where people can create books based on many different subjects, far beyond the common fare of superheroes and vigilantes. Lucifer Storm is one such writer that has some interesting ideas, as evidenced by his first campaign, Lady Satan: An Angel in a Killer Dress, where the main character is a stripper who turns vigilante to

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Strategy RPG “Legend of Ixtona” Now Available on Xbox, Steam PC

On Friday, KEMCO announced that Legend of Ixtona (anyone have a good idea on how that’s pronounced?) is now available for Xbone, SeXbox, Windows 10 (via the Microsoft Store) and Steam PC. Legend of Ixtona is a turn-based strategy game set in a fantasy world filled with plenty of creatures, conspiracies, and character classes to explore. Here’s the official breakdown

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Multiplayer Roguelite “Conan Chop Chop” Now on PC, Consoles

Game publisher Funcom has announced that Conan Chop Chop is now available on Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbone, and Steam PC. Developed by Mighty Kingdom, Conan Chop Chop is a multiplayer roguelite featuring the characters and world of Hyboria. It is also worth noting that unlike other video game interpretations of Robert E. Howard’s stories, Conan Chop Chop is specifically designed

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The Demons and Devils of “Succubus” are Coming to Consoles in 2022

No, suck you, bus! On Wednesday, developer Madmind Studios announced that their recent hellish action game Succubus is coming to PS4, PS5, SeXbox, Xbone, and Nintendo Switch sometime in 2022. Already available on PC (via Steam), the console version of Succubus will be ported by Console Labs S.A. In the meantime, Madmind Studios is currently focussed on supporting the PC

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“Blade of Darkness” HD Re-Release Coming to PC in October

Publisher SNEG and recently announced that an HD re-release of Blade of Darkness is coming to Steam and GOG on 7 October. Originally developed by Rebel Act Studios in 2001 and published by Codemasters, this HD port is being ported by Fire Falcom and General Arcade. Blade of Darkness is a fantasy action adventure game featuring hearty helpings of violence

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Pixel to Cel: “The Legend of Zelda” Cartoon Series (80s August Special)

Welcome back to 80s August, The Splintering’s month-long celebration of the greatest decade since the discovery of pasteurization! It is hard to imagine gaming without The Legend of Zelda. Made up almost exclusively of hits and only a few misses (thank you CD-i), from its 1986 NES debut to last years’ Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (2020), the Zelda franchise

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Dark Fantasy “ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights” Coming to PlayStation on 20 July

Publisher Binary Haze Interactive has announced that ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights is coming to both PS4 and PS5 (via backwards compatibility). Already available for Steam PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and SeXbox, ENDER LILIES is described as a “metroidvania” (or a nonlinear 2D action adventure game) set in a dark fairy tale world. Here’s the breakdown of ENDER

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Courier-Based Strategy Simulation “King’s Orders” Coming to Steam

Publisher Games Operators recently announced that a new take on the strategy genre is headed to PC in the form of King’s Orders. Developed by Afterlife, King’s Orders puts players in the role of a medieval European monarch who must manage multiple battles and campaigns by using couriers. Messages can be lost, take weeks to arrive, and the information you

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Time to bust out! Puzzle adventure “Prison Princess” coming to Switch on 30 January

Earlier this week, Qureate launched an official trailer for Prison Princess, a point-and-click-esque “princess escape adventure” game scheduled to bust out onto the Nintendo Switch eShop worldwide on 30 January. You can watch the delightfully risqué trailer below, which is followed by a breakdown of the game taken from the official Prison Princess website: Story The continent of Maygard. The

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Review: “Superman Peace on Earth” (DC Comics, Jolly Jinglings Special)

Welcome back to the Jolly Jinglings holiday event here at The Splintering! As part of our celebration of the Christmas season, we’re focusing on a host of festive content to get you in the holiday mood. Today, we’re reviewing Superman: Peace on Earth, a 64-page graphic novel published by DC Comics in 1998. Written by Paul Dini (of Batman the

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“Blood Realm” & “Midnight Mystery” getting second printings

Independent publisher Alterna Comics recently announced that both Midnight Mystery #1 and Blood Realm #3 would be receiving a second print run. With this announcement, all issues of the three-issue miniseries Blood Realm will have received a second printing. A dark fantasy tale that reads a bit like modern myth, Blood Realm has been quite a successful title for Alterna,

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Intellivision reveals the Amico, a new gaming console launching in 2020

This week, Intellivision Entertainment unveiled their upcoming gaming console, the Intellivision Amico.  The name Amico apparently comes from the Italian word for “friend” or “buddy”, and is not at all intended to piggyback off its linguistic similarity to Nintendo’s amiibo line. Certainly not… You can watch the full Amico reveal trailer below. The details from the Amico reveal have already

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No, Saudi Arabia didn’t ban 47 games in a single day, and that’s just the start of the false reporting

I like to give Australians a bit of crap over how miserably their government approaches mature-themed video games, but truth be told, Australia has nothing on the over-the-top nonsense that comes out of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This week, several Western news outlets reported that the Saudi Arabian government had added 47 games to the list of those banned

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Pac-Man logic used to explain “Flat Earth” conspiracy theory

Finally, a reasonablue solution to one of Flat Earth Theory’s biggest logical holes has been discovered. Our world works like Pac-Man. This past weekend, the United Kingdom hosted the nation’s first Flat Earth Convention. Our world works like Pac-Man in Birmingham. Not aware of what Flat Earth Theory is? If you’ll take this non-believers word for it, Flat Earth Theory

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