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THQ Nordic's Destroy All Humans remake heading to Switch this summer
THQ Nordic's Destroy All Humans remake heading to Switch this summer
THQ Nordic is bringing the high-gloss extraterrestrial terrorising of last year's Destroy All Humans remake to Switch this summer, with the game set to arrive on 29th June. Developed by Black Forest Games, the Destroy All Humans remake takes the 2005 PS2 and Xbox original - in which evil alien clone Crypto-137 rampages across 1950s Earth, obliterating every man, woman, and bovine in his path - and gives it a gloriously lavish lick of paint. The fundamentals remain the same - meaning on-foot and UFO-bound missions across six large, open levels in which players cause devastation using psychokinetic powers and alien weapons of dubious purpose - but it's all given a fresh lease of life with presentational enhancements including some truly sumptuous visuals. Read more
Destroy All Humans Brings Its Earth Conquering Madness to Switch on 29th June
Destroy All Humans Brings Its Earth Conquering Madness to Switch on 29th June
Welcome to Earth. Destroy All Humans! was a bit of a cult-classic on the PS2 and original Xbox, adopting some crude humour, chaotic fun and flipping the script on the whole aliens-attacking-Earth narrative; you play as the aliens, and as the name makes clear you're not there to make friends. THQ Nordic and developer Black Forest Games gave it the remaster treatment on assorted systems last Summer, and now it's finally making its way to Nintendo Switch with a 29th June release date.
Stop-motion-style space adventure Harold Halibut looks sublime in new story trailer
Stop-motion-style space adventure Harold Halibut looks sublime in new story trailer
Developer Slow Bros' "handmade" space adventure Harold Halibut has given its handcrafted sets and claymation-style characters another gorgeous airing in a brand-new story trailer. Harold Halibut is part stop-motion movie, part narrative-driven adventure, and tells the story of the titular Harold - a young lab assistant forced to live his life onboard on a city sized spaceship submerged beneath an alien ocean, 250 years after it fled Earth to preserve the human race. "While most of the ship's inhabitants have reconciled themselves to a life lived aboard the sunken ship," explains Slow Bros, "[lead scientist Jeanne Mareaux] still works tirelessly to find a way for the ship to leave the planet and find a new, dryer home.
Netflix's The Last Kids On Earth Is Getting A Family-Friendly Zombie Game On Switch
Netflix's The Last Kids On Earth Is Getting A Family-Friendly Zombie Game On Switch
Update: Release date confirmed + new trailer! Update (Wed 7th Apr, 2021 16:00 BST): The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom has now been given a solid release date of 4th June 2021.
Call of Duty: Warzone players are seeing nukes launch and land early - with hilarious results
Call of Duty: Warzone players are seeing nukes launch and land early - with hilarious results
Call of Duty: Warzone's upcoming nuke event doesn't officially begin for another two weeks, but some players have seen the missiles launch and land early - with hilarious results. Redditor AmedeeO10 uploaded footage of a King Slayer Trios match of the battle royale in which the nukes launched into the sky then fell back to earth with no accompanying graphical effect.
Square Enix: That 'Redneck Mob Storming D.C.' Line In Outriders Is Pure Coincidence
Square Enix: That 'Redneck Mob Storming D.C.' Line In Outriders Is Pure Coincidence
There’s an offhand line in Outriders that sure sounds like a reference to the failed January 6 insurrection in Washington, D.C.