Twitch Prime’s December line up includes ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!

Twitch has confirmed what games Twitch Prime subscribers will be getting in December and there’s quite a range of genres from the five games that will be on offer from December 2nd until December 31st. Leading the holiday charge is Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove!, which was released earlier this year. When Nick reviewed it this is what he had to say:

ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove is a hard sell. If you loved the originals, then there might be enough here to spirit you back to the days of the Mega Drive, but without knowing the source material, you are left with a good looking but fairly generic walkabout game. Don’t get me wrong, the game is loaded with charm in its characters, soundtrack and setting, but when you boil it down to its basics, it’s quite standard and retains that old game difficulty feel which can get a little repetitive. It’s one of those ‘you had to be there’ experiences which make this look like a by-the-numbers roguelike dungeon crawler.  If that’s what you’re into, then there are far better examples of the genre out there.

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It’s a bonus perk though so may be worth a look at anyway. Joining the classic duo on the list are  Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, Hover, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, and Hue. In addition to that there are plenty of bonuses to claim as well for a ton of games, and all of them are listed below.

  • Now Available – Sea of Thieves In-Game Loot

  • November 29 – PUBG Mobile In-Game Loot

  • December 3 –  Magic: The Gathering In-Game Loot

  • December 3 – King of Fighters: All Star In-Game Loot

  • December 5 –  Dauntless In-Game Loot

  • December 5  – League of Legends and LoL: Teamfight Tactics In-Game Loot

  • December 9 –  Fortress M In-Game Loot

  • December 10 –  RuneScape In-Game Loot

  • December 12 – Contra In-Game Loot

  • December 19 – Rocket League In-Game Loot

Source: Press Release

 

 

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