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While this may not be quite as delicious as the dessert, these silly schemes are sure to put a smile on some of our faces. Expect to be coasting through deep space with beautifully refined, tuneable controls, enjoying gorgeous, comic-style flashbacks and 3D cutscenes.
Look forward to fast-paced space battles, encrusted with juicy loot, and topped with heavily customisable ships—there are modules, skills and weapons to suit every situation and play-style.
Billed as an end to the World of Assassination trilogy, Hitman 3 is set to be yet another collection of exotic sandboxes in which to ply your murderous trade.
Crucially, though, the two levels revealed so far hint at a more experimental approach. Dubai looks like a classic Hitman environment, albeit elevated by the scope of its massive skyscrapers.
But it's The Thornbridge Manor that subverts the formula, casting 47 as a detective tasked with solving a locked room murder mystery in the style of Knives Out—and presumably murdering the culprit in turn.
If Hitman 2 was proof that IO are masters at crafting assassination puzzles, Hitman 3 already seems set to subvert our expectations. Pure FPS comfort food.
The first expansion to my favorite recent retro FPS was only teased last weekend and doesn't yet have a name, but from the short footage we can spot a few details: familiar environments like a church and fighting outside a "HSKL Corp" factory, what must be one of the side-hustles of Heskel, Ion Fury's mad scientist villain.
But most notably we can see a fast-moving section featured in the trailer where Shelly "Bombshell" Harrison is either driving a vehicle, or moving strapped to some kind of rocket sled—which would be an entirely new type of level.
Hopefully this is the beginning of a long line of installments, continuing the episodic heritage of Duke Nukem 3D and other shareware FPSes from the '90s.
Is KSP2 really going to pull off online multiplayer? That seems hard as hell, but it's the biggest reason I'm excited for this ambitious follow-up to one of the best PC games ever made.
What a journey to go on together—first learning to build flyable rockets, getting them in orbit, successfully landing on the Mun, then building space stations, planetary colonies, and leaving the solar system altogether.
Kerbal 2 is aiming to be far more approachable than the first game simply by better explaining the physics behind space flight and making its interface friendlier.
The Steam version of Dwarf Fortress aims to do the same. Both games follow the mantra of making failure fun, which I appreciate.
Finally, something I can excel at! Sable 's desert world looks like it was meticulously drawn with a Micron pen and colored like a comic book.
In motion, its flat imagery becomes uncannily three-dimensional. The look alone is a sharp hook, but it's not being pitched as a visual toy: Sable's open-ended desert journey which I amuse myself by thinking of as a sequel to Desert Golfing will feature storytelling from 80 Days writer Meg Jayanth and music from Japanese Breakfast , the solo project of Michelle Zauner.
As we wander the desert on our hoverbike, we'll meet other travellers, solve puzzles, explore derelict spaceships and ruins, and learn about the culture that produced them.
There's no combat or anything like that, and the puzzles are optional, but it seems like there'll be a lot to discover in Sable beyond the speckled sandscapes and giant skeletons that have gotten it so much attention so far.
Sable got bigger as development went on, and it was delayed from to , and then from to It might be a pretty flawed game, but after a decade on from the original Stalker: Call of Pripyat, my Hazmat suit is ready to return to the irradiated Zone in Stalker 2.
Well, provided is a little less like I'm not really in the mood for bleak stories and terrifying landscapes right now—which will only be more disturbing now that GSC has made the leap to Unreal Engine with the sequel.
We don't know much about the game's story, nor have we seen much beyond some screenshots and a video teaser , but at least it's something.
The road to launch has been troubled, with plenty of setbacks, but while GSC claimed in Stalker 2 would be out in , we don't know the exact date.
If recent history is anything to go by, there are no guarantees that we'll be returning to Chernobyl next year, but we can live in hope.
I can't wait to return to the dark back-alleys and eerie gothic night clubs of White Wolf's Vampire universe, and this sequel looks to be even more alluring than the cult-classic.
The rebooted RPG was originally scheduled to launch March but has been pushed back to , and the recent loss of two key creative members of the team might further impact its arrival.
Hardsuit Labs has yet to confirm a release date but has been slowly drip-feeding fans trailers and gameplay footage.