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  1. If you're one of the group of gamers who gets giddy at the thought of incredible special editions of usually digital games, chances are you've heard of Limited Run Games. The publisher has made a name for itself resurrecting old classics for a second chance at dazzling the world. This year alone, the company put out physical editions of Cosmic Star Heroine, PixelJunk Monsters 2, and even the infamous Night Trap for Nintendo Switch. Now, they're turning their attention to E3. What exactly the company will have in store isn't exactly known at this point. They've never done an E3 press conference before, so they're a bit of a wild card. There has been some speculation that they will be announcing a series of Xbox One physical releases. Another possibility could be that they're branching out with an in-house studio to make brand new games to release under their label. A third idea I've seen floated around is that they could be announcing a partnership with another indie studio or a collective of companies to create more physical releases for games that have previously only been available digitally. You'll be able to tune into the livestreamed Limited Run Games E3 conference on June 11th at 3pm EDT. You will be able to find the stream on the official Limited Run Twitch channel. Keep in mind that the stream could overlap a bit with Ubisoft's press conference, so plan accordingly. As with every E3, we'll be keeping you up to date on all the latest news coming out of the press conferences as the unfold next week, so don't sweat it if you can't watch them all live.
  2. If you're one of the group of gamers who gets giddy at the thought of incredible special editions of usually digital games, chances are you've heard of Limited Run Games. The publisher has made a name for itself resurrecting old classics for a second chance at dazzling the world. This year alone, the company put out physical editions of Cosmic Star Heroine, PixelJunk Monsters 2, and even the infamous Night Trap for Nintendo Switch. Now, they're turning their attention to E3. What exactly the company will have in store isn't exactly known at this point. They've never done an E3 press conference before, so they're a bit of a wild card. There has been some speculation that they will be announcing a series of Xbox One physical releases. Another possibility could be that they're branching out with an in-house studio to make brand new games to release under their label. A third idea I've seen floated around is that they could be announcing a partnership with another indie studio or a collective of companies to create more physical releases for games that have previously only been available digitally. You'll be able to tune into the livestreamed Limited Run Games E3 conference on June 11th at 3pm EDT. You will be able to find the stream on the official Limited Run Twitch channel. Keep in mind that the stream could overlap a bit with Ubisoft's press conference, so plan accordingly. As with every E3, we'll be keeping you up to date on all the latest news coming out of the press conferences as the unfold next week, so don't sweat it if you can't watch them all live. View full article
  3. Ghost Town Games' Overcooked has proven to be a sneaky indie success story on PC and consoles. Developed by the duo of Phil Duncan and Oli De-Vine, Overcooked became a hit in 2016. The co-op cooking game received acclaim for its humor and the fun cooperative challenge. Now that is all coming to Nintendo Switch later this week on July 27. The Nintendo Switch version of Overcooked, titled Overcooked Special Edition, includes all the DLC released for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions as well as featuring the HD rumble features of the Joy-Con controllers. The release will be digital, though a boxed version of Overcooked is planned for the future. Maybe a good game to keep in your back pocket for Game Day? View full article
  4. Ghost Town Games' Overcooked has proven to be a sneaky indie success story on PC and consoles. Developed by the duo of Phil Duncan and Oli De-Vine, Overcooked became a hit in 2016. The co-op cooking game received acclaim for its humor and the fun cooperative challenge. Now that is all coming to Nintendo Switch later this week on July 27. The Nintendo Switch version of Overcooked, titled Overcooked Special Edition, includes all the DLC released for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions as well as featuring the HD rumble features of the Joy-Con controllers. The release will be digital, though a boxed version of Overcooked is planned for the future. Maybe a good game to keep in your back pocket for Game Day?
  5. Get ready for some farming nostalgia and small town romance, Natsume stealth released their 2003 life simulator Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life onto the PlayStation Network for PlayStation 4. This move comes as part of the company's celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Harvest Moon series. A Wonderful Life represents the first of two games from the PS2/GameCube era to see a re-release on PS4. In A Wonderful Life, players start with next to nothing aside from a rundown farm with a cow and a dog. Over the course of a few seasons in-game, players can build the farm up into a production juggernaut or let it be and spent their time walking around the nearby town talking with the locals and wooing the several eligible romance options. Players can eventually marry their digital partner and have a kid who then grows up into an adult. The special edition of A Wonderful Life comes with a number of welcome additions to the original game. Players have an additional love interest, more animal types, and the option to continue playing after the end of the story mode. There are also a number of quality of life changes that veterans will likely notice. Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life is now on PSN for $14.99 - who else is going to be farming up a storm in short order?
  6. Get ready for some farming nostalgia and small town romance, Natsume stealth released their 2003 life simulator Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life onto the PlayStation Network for PlayStation 4. This move comes as part of the company's celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Harvest Moon series. A Wonderful Life represents the first of two games from the PS2/GameCube era to see a re-release on PS4. In A Wonderful Life, players start with next to nothing aside from a rundown farm with a cow and a dog. Over the course of a few seasons in-game, players can build the farm up into a production juggernaut or let it be and spent their time walking around the nearby town talking with the locals and wooing the several eligible romance options. Players can eventually marry their digital partner and have a kid who then grows up into an adult. The special edition of A Wonderful Life comes with a number of welcome additions to the original game. Players have an additional love interest, more animal types, and the option to continue playing after the end of the story mode. There are also a number of quality of life changes that veterans will likely notice. Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life is now on PSN for $14.99 - who else is going to be farming up a storm in short order? View full article
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