A must-have for anyone who loved Streets Of Rage back in the day and wanted a modern peer.
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Must play week
Imagine, if you will, a big melting pot. And that much goes to Streets of Rage, Kill Bill, Dark Souls, and The Raid. The end result will be Sifu.
A very challenging hit game, you play as a character who is trying to take revenge on the five people involved in the murder of your father, using the skills he taught you to destroy the gangs of henchmen who stand between you and justice.
A very specific combat system allows you to make the most of your fists, feet, weapons and almost any nearby flat surface in order to inflict as much damage as possible, while the life system is intensely unique: every time you die, you age, and as you age, your health decreases But the damage you can do goes up.
Sifu is now available on PS5, PS4, and PC.
Big news of the week
Finally, an update on Bayonetta 3!
Bayonetta 2 came out in 2014, and fans have been eagerly awaiting the return of the witch with arms ever since the game was first announced in 2017. Five years later, it’s mostly quiet in terms of the game’s release, but finally this week, VP Platinum introduced Games Hideki Kamiya Some news for IGN:
“If you look at the trailer, I hope that reassures you that we’ve been working hard on development, and it should also show you that there are a lot of new elements in this game that weren’t in Bayonetta 1 and 2. I hope it enhances the stills released until Now your expectations for this game.
“At the beginning of the trailer, viewers might be confused about what game it was meant for, then we introduced some enemies, and it still wasn’t clear, and then Bayonetta came out. I think the fact that we managed to make it clear that misdirection in the trailer shows that the game The new ones have their own color. Bayonetta 3 looks a little different, and includes some new gameplay, so I hope players will find it fresh.”
Deal of the week
There are three types of players. First: you already own Battlefield 2042, in which case it will have no effect on you. Second: you have absolutely no interest in any of the Battlefield games, so again, this isn’t for you. Third: Battlefield fans, but you’ll want to wait a bit after the game launches for the first big price cut.
For this specific group of guys, we have some good news for you…
Battlefield 2042 is available on the PS Store reduced from €69.99 to €41.99 until Wednesday, February 16th.
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