Hey there NAGunyans, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. No hilarious preamble this week, just hit that jump for a bunch of videos and news-bites from the week you may have missed.
Free hack’n’slash Let It Die, from the devs behind Killer7, will be coming to PC September 26 after previously being only available on PS4. I could’t find a PC trailer, so here’s the original PS4 one.
Modders never cease to impress me with their skill and perseverance. Here’s a team that’s recreating Fallout New Vegas in Fallout 4, because why not I suppose.
Even more impressive than that is this Borderlands 2 mod that adds SUPERHOT style gameplay, which will have you leaping over slow motion bullets. Giggity.
COLINA: Legacy is a new survival horror title out of indie studio Chance6. This one gets the full old-school treatment, and it looks like a puzzly treat.
While we’re on old-school, Cthulhu is back on the menu with horror RPG Call of Cthulhu, which this week got a full hour of gameplay shown off.
Now for something exciting – a hands-on with the Chinese console Subor Z, previously reported to rival the PS4 Pro in terms of performance. Check out the video below to see how it holds up.
The Elder Scrolls Online continues to chug along in the uncertain market of MMORPGs-that-aren’t-WoW, this week getting a new story DLC called Murkmire.
I’ve pretty much ignored VR since it emerged, dismissing it as overly expensive and gimmicky. That all may still be true, but stuff like Downward Spiral: Horus Station looks very cool indeed.
The creator of Papers, Please has a new game in the pipeline, coming out later this year – Obra Dinn.
Jagged Alliance keeps trying to make a comeback, none of them very successful. Well the developers of a previous flopped attempt at a Jagged Alliance MMO are back with Jagged Alliance: Rage, which will be releasing later this month. Here’s the first look at gameplay: