"The Long Journey Home combines an open world full of galaxies, planets and anomalies with quests and mechanics of a rogue-like RPG. One destination. Endless adventures. Where will this journey take you?"
Also available: Fallout 76, HITMAN 2, Project Highrise: ArchitectÕs Edition and Aces of the Luftwaffe Squadron Š Extended Edition. And a lot more, including pre-orders.
Via the official They Might Be Giants Twitter:
They Might Be BrickHeadz. The rock duo is presented in an older incarnation, younger, and with a bluebird. Thousands of signatures are needed for LEGO to pay it any mind, and it's been getting a couple hundred signatures since I loaded the page and hit reload when it was time to write this up.
It's a neat idea - I'm curious if it has enough appeal to make plastic!
G.I. Joe Club Announces Their Final 12 3 3/4-Inch Action Figures
Via G.I. Joe Collector's Club: The Final 12. The Collector's Club had let it be known their time making figures was coming to an end, closing the door on a fantastic line that kicked off about 11 years ago with a small wave of figures and vehicles. Highlights include Slaughter's Marauders Barbeque, Slaughter's Marauders Low-Light, Slaughter's Marauders Lt. Falcon, Sonic Fighters Dodger, and Sonic Fighters Cobra Vipers. To name a few. There are also a couple of Adventure Team figures, including Black Spider Rendezvous and Coils O'Doom.
New to the Playstation 4 this week: Chimparty, Emerald Shores, Fallout 76, Gnomes Garden: New Home, Hitman 2, Just Deal With It!, Knowledge Is Power: Decades, The Long Journey Home, Mars: Chaos Menace, Monkey King: Master of the Clouds, My Riding Stables, Project Highrise, The Quiet Man, Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Swords & Soldiers 2 Shawarmageddon, Ticket To Ride, Wordhunters, Runner3, and Runner3.
Via Kaiju Big Battel's Kickstarter: Test shots. Brown-colored test shots of the figures are on display... and they're not bad. I'm glad I supported these.
They write: "Also was told we just might be able to squeeze in some time at the factory and have these by New Year's, cross your fingers." That may still mean it takes 4-6 weeks for the boat to land in the USA, but hey, sooner is better than later. Original plans called for June.
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This week's batch of titles on the eShop: Grim Fandango Remastered, Crashlands, ACA NEOGEO PLEASURE GOAL : 5 ON 5 MINI SOCCER, Battlezone Gold Edition, Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Break Thru, Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Night Slashers, and Roarr! Jurassic Edition. And many, many more.
At retail: SNK 40th Anniversary Collection and Syberia 1 & 2. And others.
New NES Classics arrive next week - also 8BitDo has a new GameCube/NES Classic/Super NES Classic controller adapter coming which may be up your alley.
"GRIP is a high octane, hardcore combat racer, packing ferocious speed and armed to the teeth with heavy weapons.
Harnessing gravity defying physics alongside a bristling arsenal of outlandish weapons, GRIP delivers the fastest, most competitive racing experience ever. Scale walls, ceilings and anything else you can get your tyres on to... as you master tantalising tracks, tricks and perform mind-blowing stunts to race your way across the cosmos."
Also available: Agents vs Villain, The Shapeshifting Detective, WORLD OF FINAL FANTASY MAXIMA and Carnival Games. And a lot more, including pre-orders.
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