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Star Wars Dark Forces Remaster physical

A physical release for Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster is in the works for Switch, Limited Run Games just announced.

There’ll be three different versions. Along with a standard copy, Limited Run will offer a Premium Edition and Master Edition. The Premium Edition contains a steelbook, premium art cards, and an original book of retrospective essays. The Master Edition has all of this plus a Moldy Crow paperweight, a thermal detonator stress ball, and a Death Star acrylic lamp.

The Thing: Remastered

The Thing: Remastered is in the works and will be released on Switch, Nightdive Studios just announced. It will be available later in 2024.

The Thing: Remastered marks the return of the cult-classic 2002 third-person survival horror shooter inspired by Universal Pictures’ 1982 film. Through the KEX Engine, Nightdive is increasing the resolution and frame rate while also improving character models, textures, and animations with advanced 3D rendering for updated lighting and atmospheric effects.

Learn more about the game via the following overview:

Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion physical

Limited Run Games is working on a physical release of Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion, the company revealed today.

This one will have a standard version and Classic Edition. With the latter, you’ll get a copy of the game, special box, double sided poster, commemorative metal cartridge, and soundtrack.

Killing Time: Resurrected

Nightdive just revealed its latest remaster project, which is Killing Time: Resurrected. The game is now in development for Switch.

Killing Time, a horror-themed first-person shooter, originally debuted on the 3DO in 1995. The new version will include a toggleable high-resolution character artwork/sprites from the original 3DO and PC versions, smoother gameplay, more responsive controls, and more.

Further details can be found in the following overview:

PO'ed Definitive launch trailer

Nightdive Studios issued a launch trailer for its latest title, PO’ed: Definitive Edition. The 1995 first-person space shooter has returned with updated visuals, enhanced gameplay, and more.

Learn more about it in the following overview:

Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster is back with its latest update in the form of version 1.0.4.

The patch includes improved music playback timing, the addition of an HD loading screen, and more. Many bug fixes are included as well.

Here’s the full rundown:

PO'ed Definitive Edition release date

Today, Nightdive Studios shared the release date for PO’ed: Definitive Edition. It’s due out in just a week, and launches on May 16, 2024.

PO’ed Definitive Edition, a new version of the 1995 title, was only announced a month ago. There was no word on release timing as part of that reveal.

You can catch up on everything you need to know in the following overview:

Rise of the Triad update 1.1 cross-play

A new 1.1 update just came out for Rise of the Triad: Ludicrous Edition, which is highlighted by the addition of cross-platform play.

Other additions, changes, and fixes are also included. Other highlights are text chat button for multiplayer menus, level statistics, and music jukebox in the level editor.

Here’s the full rundown:

PO'ed: Definitive Edition

Today, Nightdive Studios unveiled PO’ed: Definitive Edition as its latest remaster. The project is currently in development for Switch and other platforms.

PO’ed, developed by Any Channel, is a first-person shooter. The game saw its initial debut in 1995. For the remaster, Nightdive is promising quality-of-life features, a new difficulty mode, and more.

Here’s a bunch of additional information:

A bunch of gameplay has been released for Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster on Switch. Nightdive Studios brought back the 1995 FPS this week with refreshed graphics and more.

Everything you need to know is included in the following overview:


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