Review: Fade to Silence – Fading into oblivion

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Fade to Silence seems like a promising title, banking in on what made The Long Dark an intriguing, albeit difficult survival title to master. Is it worth the struggles? Find out in our official review starting now.

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Fade to Silence’s Where is My Mind Trailer will make your blood run cold


The upcoming open-world title from Black Forest Games and THQ Nordic isn’t just about to make your blood run cold, it’s about to turn your world into a frozen wasteland you’ll be forced to call your home.

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Generation Zero releases next week and begs you to bring your friends with you


Somehow, Generation Zero’s release date slipped right under our radar and yelled surprise right in our faces thanks to the official Release Trailer for the upcoming title from Avalanche Studios and THQ Nordic.

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Darksiders III’s The Crucible DLC is now available

Darksiders 3 - Crucible 3.pngIt’s time to truly put your skills to the test in Darksiders III in The Crucible starting today as you face down endless hordes of those seeking to put Fury to the test and at rest.

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War will ride on Nintendo Switch with Darksiders Warmastered Edition


In a surprise announcement made today, THQ Nordic has confirmed that Darksiders Warmastered Edition will be launching on the Nintendo Switch on April 2nd.

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Darksiders 3: The story so far


As we prepare for the release of Darksiders III, there’s a lot of the story of the franchise to be learned with the six-year gap since the release of Darksiders II. Because of this, it’s time to explain everything up to this point and avoid as many spoilers as we can.

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Darksiders 3 gets an official release date and $400 Edition


Since the original closer of THQ, it seemed that all was doomed for the ambitious Darksiders franchise, which left us with the story of two more horsemen to explore. However, all is not lost as THQ Nordic has officially revealed the upcoming release date for the third installment which will see players take on the role of Fury this November.

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Review: Titan Quest – Attempting to Release the Kraken


Titan Quest is an isometric dungeon-crawling RPG previously released exclusively for PC. The console version was launched by THQ Nordic on March 20, 2018, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. 

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Review: De Blob 2 – Blobs, Paints, and a Colorful World



[Credits: THQ Nordic]

+Bringing the world to life with color is fun and highly rewarding
+Great visuals and solid performance on PlayStation 4
+Combat is fun, intuitive, and easy to learn for even young gamers
+Cutscenes are fun, friendly, and at times – hilarious

-Failing an area can result in having to revisit long sections or entire levels.
-Targeting in combat can be a minor irritation

Failure can result in having to replay long sections or entire levels Targeting system can be frustrating when facing diverse groups of enemies Some repetitive level design

Ever have a hand full of Skittles and wondered if you shoved them all down the windpipe, would you get magical colorful powers and all of a sudden have the ability to throw your hands on any surface and make the world more colorful? Yeah, I knew I couldn’t be the only one but unfortunately in real life, that would never happen but in de Blob 2 your dream is achieved.

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