Greetings NAGureezees, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. We’re in abbreviated mode this week, straight to the point and with easily digestible content that is (almost) entirely free of inane ramblings and unwanted opinions. See you after the jump.
Just to show you all I mean business this week, here’s an untitled goose game. Honk honk, motherf**ker.
Next up is a string of words in an order I’m particularly fond of: first-person narrative mystery. Hnnngh. It’s The Bradwell Conspiracy.
I haven’t messed around with any of this Nintendo Labo stuff, but it looks kind of like the most kick-ass LEGO ever. Look at this shit right here:
Lovecraft stuff is huge in the boardgame world, but we haven’t seen a ton of it in videogames. The Sinking City keeps that creepy investigative feel intact for this mystery adventure title.
Roguelite RPG Deep Sky Derelicts is coming out of Early Access September 26th, here’s their Early Access launch trailer in case you’ve never heard of it. Keep in mind this is nine months old now though.
Anthem gets a brand new trailer this weekend, shown off at PAX West.
Green Hell is an Amazonia survival game that styles itself as a “psychological survival simulator”. It hit Early Access yesterday, check it out.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance gets more DLC soon, this one entitled the “Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon”. I think I watched that movie on late night e-tv.
Ending off on a high note, someone has just figured out how to access a 24-year-old Doom II secret, with congrats coming from John Romero. While it’s always been possible with cheats, it turns out to get it in a legit manner you need an enemy to knock you into it. This is a secret speedrunners previously considered undoable without cheats. Nice. If you want to skip to where it happens, watch from around 2:30.