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Ujanah Eperezc
Ujanah Eperezc



Below, you'll find 2021 PC Gaming Show's trailers and segments as individual videos, in case you want to jump to a specific part of the show. There were some seriously cool-looking games. For our news coverage of everything at the show, including some deeper dives into what was shown, head to the PC Gaming Show 2021 news page.

Publisher New Blood collected a bunch of games we already knew about into a trailer, but included brief glimpses at five unannounced games in varying states of development. We've got a top-down shooter, a Fallout-style RPG, a car combat game, a creepy visual novel, and a first-person axe-swinger. Peep our interview with New Blood's CEO for the details.

I am one of these "arcade enthusiasts" who owns a MiSTer. I love to tell the anecdote of having a bunch of friends visiting - we were drinking and playing SNES games on my RetroPi. On Super Mario World, level 8, there was a level that was giving my two friends in their 30s who grew up on NES a lot of trouble. They couldn't get past it, and they were saying things like, "I guess I'm getting old. I could smoke this level when I was a kid." These guys are just casual, non-technical guys. Not a part of the "retro-community" or involved with emulation or FPGA.

It really is such a great experience if you can get past the few caveats (using roms, takes a little effort to initially set up, and probably not the prettiest looking thing out there aesthetically). Honestly I even love the interface as I appreciate it being simple and to the point which isn't something I'd say for a lot of emulation UIs. I turn it on (or leave it on as it takes almost no power and is extremely stable anyway), press start on a controller, pick a system, and pick a game. Once i'm playing it more than scratches the feel of the real thing and in a way that's higher quality. I'm not getting the nostalgia of putting in a cartridge but with how it's set up and the controllers i'm using once I'm playing I get lost in it just as I did the real thing.

@N64-ROX It will play PS1 games by the end of 2021.The guy who is developping the cores has already been spending 1500 hours on it and said he needed about 1000 more to complete it. It's a VERY complex core.

The raw numbers, as reported in a "Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law" document Apple filed last week, show massive incurred and projected losses for Epic's game download hub, which launched in late 2018. Documents and testimony from Epic itself show a $181 million loss for the store in 2019 and projected losses of $273 million in 2020 and $139 million in 2021.

Epic also said last year that EGS users claimed over 749 million copies of free games in 2020. Those games would be worth billions of dollars if sold normally, even at reduced prices (though Epic likely paid much less than that to secure the free download giveaways in bulk).

The Suffering is one of the closest games to Silent Hill in my book. Not because of its over-the-top gunplay action, but because of the uncanny atmosphere that surrounds Torque whenever he goes. Memories of the past are haunting him, grotesque creatures appear from every corner, and the only way to survive is to shoot yourself throughout the traumatic experience.

It doesn't matter if you're a PC gamer, someone who prefers a console, or an iPhone user who loves a cheap distraction, there's a tie that binds us: We've all downloaded a game or two from the App Store. Mobile gaming is all about convenience and quick dopamine hits, after all. Would you rather stand in line at the supermarket staring at the tabloids or fire up Marvel Snap It's a simple decision. Deciding the games to download isn't quite as simple, however.

The Apple App Store is loaded with games, but avoiding the dregs can be difficult. Don't fret, we're here to help. We've highlighted the fun, well-made titles that deserve a home in your iPhone (especially since Fortnite is still nowhere to be found), so download these recommended games without worry. And hit the comment section to shout out your favorite games!

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