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Soccer Story is an adventure RPG about saving football with a “magical soccer ball”

I grew up in a town where some people hated the colour green, because they supported Rangers FC and green was associated with their rivals, Celtic FC. They would smash green traffic lights, green street cabinets, green shop signs…

I wonder what their reaction would be to Soccer Story, an “adventure RPG” about playing football-ish sports in a lush, green, almost Pokémon-like world.

Metal Slug Tactics Will Now Mobilize In 2023

In a year riddled with delays, Metal Slug Tactics is the latest game to slip into next year. Publisher Dotemu has announced that the tactical spin-off of the popular shoot ’em up needs more time to come together and will launch in 2023.

The tweet, embedded below, doesn’t elaborate more than that. We haven’t heard much of a peep about the game since its reveal last summer, making us wonder if a delay was on the horizon.

Metal Slug Tactics was one of the pleasant surprises of E3 2021. The game, developed by Leikir Studio, transforms the series’ explosive run-and-gun action into a tile-based tactics experience that retains Metal Slug’s signature style and tone. Although turn-based, units still wield classic Metal Slug weapons and can be improved by unlocking abilities and perks on a skill tree.

We’ll have to wait a while longer to see how well Metal Slug translates to this new template. When it does arrive, it will be available on Switch and PC.

Latest Dwarf Fortress video highlights new art and menus by taking the bins out

As we’ve written about before, Dwarf Fortress is getting a Steam release with an official tileset, a new UI, and mouse controls. The latest video from Kitfox Games, who are handling the polished release, features original DF co-creator Zach Adams talking through new menus and artwork… while taking his fort’s bins out.

Survival game Nightingale delayed until first half of 2023

Another game which intended to release in 2022 has posted a JPG to Twitter. This time it’s Nightingale, the survival game which was one of our favourite games from not-E3, which has announced a delay until “the first half of 2023.”

EA say it’s “fair” that players can buy controversial loot boxes in FIFA 23

FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team mode will follow previous games by including loot boxes, EA have confirmed. In the past few years, several studies have linked loot boxes with gambling, and several European countries have moved to regulate them. In a statement given to Eurogamer, EA said that Ultimate Team packs are “a part of FIFA that players love” and that “Giving players the choice to spend if they want to is fair.”

Nightingale Early Access Launch Pushed To 2023

Nightingale, the Victorian first-person survival action game, has had its early access launch pushed to the first half of 2023. The game is the debut by Inflexion Games, a team consisting of former Bioware developers, including ex-general manager Aaron Flynn. 

In a message posted to Twitter, Inflexion explains it delayed the launch for two reasons. One, it’s migrating the game to Unreal Engine 5. Two, it needs the extra time to ensure it’s polished and packed with content before players can begin testing it out. You can read Inflexion’s full message below (click the image to enlarge). 

Nightingale debuted during The Game Awards 2021 and is a PvE crafting and survival game that can be played alone or in co-op. Players find themselves stranded in a Victorian Gaslamp fantasy world connected by a network of portals. To survive, they’ll have to harvest materials such as wood and ore to construct weapons, equipment, and buildings. Jumping through portals transports players to new biomes such as deserts, swamps, and jungles. Nightingale’s appearance during this year’s Summer Game Fest introduced Realm Cards used to unlock new areas and influence the type of content, such as enemies and resources, they contain. 

So far, Nightingale is only confirmed to launch for PC via Steam.

Charge up your game controllers with 100 AA batteries for £13

This is a bit different from what we normally cover, but I was going to order this for myself and thought it might be of interest to you, dear reader, as well. Anyway, you can get ten years’ worth of AA batteries – 100 in total! – for just £13 at Amazon right now. This normally costs £18, so that’s a nice little savings – and of course it’s far cheaper per item than buying batteries in smaller packs.

Your Foot Will Save The World In Soccer Story, An Open-World RPG Coming To Console And PC

Developer PanicBarn and publisher No More Robots are working on a “comedy open-world RPG” where you save the world with a magic soccer ball. Soccer Story is slated to release later this year for PlayStation and Xbox consoles, Switch, PC, and Stadia.

Your role in Soccer Story begins one year after an event called The Calamity, which apparently has made soccer illegal. A magic soccer ball chooses you to be the so-called Savior of Soccer, a role that will also help heal the world.

No More Robots states Soccer Story delivers over 15 hours of gameplay unfolding through story-based missions and side activities. You’ll apparently square off against sharks, toddlers, old-age pensioners, and ninjas as you complete these tasks and solve puzzles using the ball.

In addition to the single-player campaign, Soccer Story features a four-player local multiplayer mode, with each team led by an animal captain.

Soccer Story is not developed by SideBar Games, the team behind the wonderful Golf Story title, but it does appear to draw plenty of inspiration from it, including the name.


Let us know what you think of this surprising game announcement in the comments section below!

Fortnite: Something Dragon Ball Z-Related Hits The Game Next Week

For weeks now, leaks and rumors have pointed to a Dragon Ball Z collaboration happening with Epic Games’ battle royale, Fortnite. Now, such a crossover has been officially confirmed. 

Today, the official Fortnite Twitter account tweeted out an image of Shenron floating high above the battle island with a caption that says, “Speak. Name your wish…8.16.2022.” Check it out for yourself below: 

As you can see, it seems Epic Games will finally unveil the Dragon Ball Z content coming to Fortnite next Tuesday. As for what to expect, that remains officially unknown, but leaks (and, let’s be honest, a solid guess) point to skins of popular Dragon Ball Z characters such as Goku and Vegeta and DBZ-specific pickups too. Only time will tell, but fortunately, we don’t have to wait too much longer now. 

Prepare your wallets. 


Are you excited about this upcoming collaboration? Let us know in the comments below!

Kirby’s Dream Buffet Cooks Up August Release Date In New Trailer

Nintendo has released a brand new trailer for Kirby’s Dream Buffet that showcases many of the minigames we’ll be partaking in when the game hits Switch. 

And speaking of Switch, today’s overview trailer reveals that Kirby’s Dream Buffet is out next week, on Wednesday, Aug. 17. That’s exciting, especially considering this game was only just announced last month. The trailer details the main progression of games in Kirby’s Dream Buffet, as well as important ways to strategize using Kirby’s different copy abilities. 

Check it out for yourself below

As you can see, Kirby’s Dream Buffet is shaping up to be an adorably cute time (not to mention, a hunger-inducing one too). For more information about Kirby’s Dream Buffet, be sure to check out this story. After that, read this Kirby series retrospective that dives deep into the character’s origins and more. 


Are you excited about Kirby’s Dream Buffet? Let us know in the comments below!

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