Two years after it was first released for early access Subnautica: Below Zero is getting its full release on Steam on the 14th May 2021. Below Zero features a whole new area in the arctic region of planet 4546B to explore with entirely new biomes, life forms, habitats and vehicles.

Subnautica: Below Zero has a slightly smaller map than the original but each of the environments is packed with detail. There’s still a lot to explore even though Below Zero focuses more on story elements. Read the rest of this entry

It Takes Two from Hazelight is a brilliant co-op action platformer where you play with a partner to make it past a variety of impressively designed challenges.

This game features a high level of detail and numerous gameplay mechanics that are often only used once. The Friends Pass lets you invite a friend to play for free. They can download the game to their local machine and play along with you anytime you like.

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Yakuza 6: The Song of Life has just been released for the PC. You’ll play as the legendary Kazuma Kiryu as he navigates through Japan’s criminal underworld to find the truth about his daughter.

Yakuza 6 was released for the PlayStation 4 in 2016 in Japan and an English version was released 2 years later in 2018. It’s taken 5 years for Yakuza 6 to come to the PC but it seems it’s worth the wait.

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Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part Two has just been released and is available for download on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Google Stadia. The Ancient Gods 2 is the conclusion of the Doom Slayer’s saga as you fight your way to Immora to face the Dark Lord himself. You’ll face new enemies along the way, such as the Stone Imp, Armored Baron and Screecher. You’ll also get access to the Sentinal Hammer, an ancient weapon with a shockwave effect.

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In Little Nightmares 2 you’ll play the role of a young boy, Mono, who is guided by Six as he tries to discover the dark secrets of a nearby signal tower. You’ll face new threats and hideous creatures in this horror adventure game.

Little Nightmares 2 is at least a couple of hours longer than the first game and features a creepier and more disturbing storyline. It’s more nuanced than the first game and on first appearance seems to be everything a sequel should be. Little Nightmares II has an impressive art style and inspiring music. It can be played with the controller or keyboard.

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