Hands on with Outward, an Open World Dark Souls Style RPG | Hardcore Gamer

Occasionally, a game comes along that seems like a revelation. A title brimming with intriguing elements that manages to scratch an itch that went previously unnoticed. Even so, when attempting to describe it to others, the description feels reductive compared to the actual experience. This phenomenon applies to Nine Dots Studio’s Outward. When backed into a corner with a deadline cocked and aimed squarely at the head, one would be forced to describe Outward as Dark Souls on an Elder Scrolls like map, with some survival elements mixed in.

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fenome2807d ago

Never heard of it, sounds like it could be interesting. I'm gonna keep my eye on this one, I really like the inclusion of split screen co-op.

Mystogan2807d ago

ffs finally a game that has splitscreen.

Definitely looking out for this one.

fenome2807d ago

That's actually what grabbed my attention the most. I'm not real big into online multiplayer, but I love me some splitscreen.

Relientk772807d ago

This looks pretty coold wonder when it's coming out, assuming next year


Istanbul based developer teases new game based on Turkish mythology

Shadowfall Studios have announced via X.com the studio is now an official PlayStation partner.

darksky19h ago


Looks like a Skyrim clone. Very interesting if done well.

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Terry_B18h ago

Is there even one good game created in the Turkey so far?

PitbullMonster17h ago

Metin 1&2 and the Mount and Blade Series are the most known ones.

Michiel198917h ago

Metin ....how dare you name that in the same sentence with the word "good"

Cacabunga14h ago

Crytek says hi.. learn before posting

Zeke6813h ago

"Crytek was founded by the Turkish-German brothers Cevat, Avni and Faruk Yerli in September 1999 in Coburg, Germany."

So he's right, Crysis games are not made IN Turkey... ;)

Terry_B9h ago

Just as Zeke mentioned..Crytek is a German developer, created by a turkish guy who lives there, was probably born there.

What I meant are games completely made in the country

MrNinosan6h ago

3 turkish guys, not 1.

ghostliving5h ago

-Mount & Blade: Warband
-Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
-Anomaly Agent
-Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones
-Cardboard Town

S2Killinit9h ago

What is turkish mythology? They don't have a mythology of their own. Unless we are going to rewrite history? Can someone fill us in on what mythology turkey has.

Eonjay7h ago(Edited 7h ago)

It could mean folklore, proverb, or even fairytale like Jack and the magic beanstalk. It could even just be lore about historical figures like you even see in American culture like Jonny Appleseed (a real person whose life story was mythologized).

S2Killinit7h ago

I see. I was thinking in terms of actual deities. But that makes sense.

purple1014h ago

You know that thing called google. (Or DuckDuckGo, depending on preference 😏)

Have a go at it sometime. It’s good


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Is 2K Games actually making FIFA 25, the next “best” entry yet?

FIFA president Gianni Infantino teases the future of FIFA games in a brand-new interview, and NBA 2K24 studio 2K Games might be behind it.

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Cacabunga1d 19h ago (Edited 1d 19h ago )

I truly hope so.. day one buy

Ninver1d 17h ago

Time for a change. Football games haven't evolved much.

Cacabunga1d 16h ago

It’s tough when there is no competition

Abear211d 10h ago

There’s PES and now we’ll have FC25 and FIFA so yes, but it is no longer true, shit is about to get real!

Now if we only had two viable options for Basketball and American football we’d be on to something.

MrNinosan1d 6h ago

PES didn't exist since 2020, and the rebranded eFootball is crap.

porkChop1d 3h ago

If what we've heard is true, the reason FIFA games don't change is literally because of FIFA itself rejecting nearly every pitch for new features and mechanics.

anast1d 16h ago (Edited 1d 16h ago )

The barber shop and roulette wheel are going to be awesome.

Abear211d 10h ago

Pay to win is the new free to play

CrimsonWing691d 16h ago (Edited 1d 16h ago )

It’ll be monetized to all hell, regardless