• Matcho combines first-person shooting and match-three in new gameplay overview

    9 days ago - By Gaming Nexus

    Developer FiolaSoft Studio has dropped a new gameplay overview video for Matcho , their unique combination of first-person shooter and match-three. In addition to gameplay, we also get a look at some of the title's story beats, its protagonist Max, and the developer's inspiration for what they claim is the "first-ever match-three FPS".
    In Matcho, players shoot bugs of the same color in trios in a clever twist on the popular style of game that we typically only see on mobile. You'll build combo chains, solve puzzles, and use parkour to wall-run, double-jump, and dash around levels. The...
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  • Multiplayer features detailed in Need for Speed Unbound

    Multiplayer features detailed in Need for Speed Unbound

    9 days ago - By Gaming Nexus

    It feels like we learn something new about Need for Speed Unbound with each passing day. Today, it is the game's suite of multiplayer features that Electronic Arts and developer Criterion Games have peeled back the curtains on. There is a lot of goodness, but also a few glaring omissions for launch.
    First off, multiplayer is a separate mode in Unbound called “Lakeshore Online”. It is accessed directly from the main menu and has progression specific to the multiplayer suite, meaning that your progress and car collections won't necessarily be affected by either mode. With that said, players...
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  • New gameplay offers a closer look at Need for Speed Unbound's Meetups and Side Bets

    9 days ago - By Gaming Nexus

    We've known about “Meetups” and “Side Bets” in Need for Speed Unbound for a while, but now we have our best look yet thanks to a fresh gameplay video from developer Criterion.
    Meetups are what they sound like, with players meeting-up with other underground racers to show off their custom cars, and competing to steal each other's cash. There appears to be a variety of race types, from speed races to drift events, with each event requiring a cash buy-in. It's risky, but winning a race can result in some nice return-on-investment, including quadrupling your bet in some instances. If that's...
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