Cripes, what is this? Two Snatches in a week? Well in case you hadn’t noticed there has been a ridiculous amount of news on TSA and there are a few more stories to cover so you’re getting an extra, deep filled Snatch to take you in to the weekend.
We begin with Ultimate Chicken Horse which sounds like it should a lasagna from Lidl, but is actually a game. It’s described as a “family-friendly party platformer where players build a level as they play, placing traps and hazards to make a stage too difficult for friends to complete, but not too hard for themselves to beat.”
It has been almost four years since Deep Down was unveiled but the project still seems to be in development as Capcom have re-registered the trademarks yet again.
People have said nice things about For Honor, so here is a trailer telling you those nice things.
The Resogun 4K +HDR patch is out now and includes some vfx additions and bug fixes.
In a nutshell, it’s a free update for everyone who already owns Resogun.
Here is fourteen whole minutes of The Surge (not to be confused with rubbish movie series, The Purge) with commentary from Deck13 Game Designer Adam Hetenyi. The game launches on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in May 2017.
We’re looking forward to the console release of Flatout 4: Total Insanity and now PC owners can get excited as the game will be released on PC in April. Huzzah!
The oddly named theHunter: Call of the Wild (that is not a typo) is out via digital download and select retailers for PC. The game is priced at £29.99/€29.99 and will be supported with DLC. Murdering digital animals have never been so much fun!
Resident Evil 7 has done great business in North America. “With only five days in the market, Resident Evil 7 was the best-selling game in January,” said NPD analyst Sam Naji.
Twitch have released some stats from last year, which can be summarised as “It’s bloody popular.”
- 292 Billion minutes of Twitch were watched in total last year
- 14.2 billion chat messages were sent
- Finland is the friendliest country on Twitch
- The most watched game of 2016 was Overwatch
- $25.3 million was raised on the platform in 2016
Paradox are having their own event, PDXCON 2017, and have released a rather amusing video to advertise it. If you are in Stockholm this May then grab your tickets here.
What do you get if you mash Killzone and God of War together? Probably something like Darkside, a game from Sony Santa Monica that got cancelled. The artwork for it has now leaked online and AllGamesDelta have the pics. I
If you own a Samsung Gear VR, the Google Daydream VR and the ZEISS VR ONE Plus and have $299 spare you can back an Indiegogo campaign for Kortex. What is Kortex you ask? Well it’s a dinky device which is the “world’s most effective wearable for stress and sleep management.” It zaps you with low pulses of electricity whilst you snooze in VR. I think I’ll pass.
The ever growing collection of Warhammer 40,000 games has got a bit bigger with Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf landing in Early Access on Steam. Originally a hit on iOS the game has been ported to PC with “enhanced graphics, new GUI and controls and many other new features to PC players.”
A very limited run of PSOne style PS4 Pro’s has been announced. Sadly all 25 have been bought already, but they do look lovely.
And Finally it’s your regular dose of Improbable Boobs from Japan, this is a new trailer for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash. It is of course, entirely NSFW and shows a mini game where you can make the bikini tops of young ladies fly off by, uhm, squirting at them. There also appears to be groping mini game in which you can grab boobs.