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Mr.GameCrazy said:
mZuzek said:

That's a thing?

Yep. https://www.fangamer.com/collections/hollow-knight

Dang, looks pretty cool.



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Veknoid_Outcast said:

April:

Mechstermination Force
Monster Slayers
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions
Konami Anniversary Collection:Arcade Classics
Super Blood Hockey

May:

Shakedown: Hawaii
Rock of Ages II: Bigger & Boulder
Redout
Castlevania Anniversary Collection
Crystal Crisis
Gato Roboto



Physical:
Starlink
Ark:se
Tales of vesperia
Dragons Dogma
Lost sphere
Civ IV
Wolfenstein II
FF X
Atack on titan 2
Valkyria chronicles 4
Lego worlds

Digital:
warframe
FF X2
fortnite
Undertale
Gris
paladins
Smite
the bridge
Fallout shelter
void space racing
Fast rmx
unholy heights
Road redemption
goetia
Yooka laylee
Final fantasy 7
Final fantasy world maxima
Brawlhalla
Tetris 99
Cat quest
Valkyria chronicles
Manticore
Lightseekers
The first tree
Infernium
Mooseman
Mana spark
Warhammer age of sigmar
Uncanny valley
Akane
Diggerman
Steamworld dig
Real politiks
Castle of heart
Enter the gungeon
Paranautical activity
The cast of the seven godsends
Fear effect sedna
Deltarune
North



I really don't know how you guys manage to play the 30 games a month you buy...

Anyway, working on the update for May today/tomorrow. Likely posting the update tomorrow.



Downloaded Geki Yaba anniversary edition cuz it was free.

Also got Team Sonic Racing and Shining Resonance Refrain



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Atelier Lulua The Scion of Arland (P)

Atelier Lydie and Suelle The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings (P)

Giga Wrecker Alt. (D)

Okami HD (P)

Taiko No Tatsujin Nintendo Switch Version! (P)



Updated to June 1 (finally). Biggest moving games was Dragon's Dogma (+5), Final Fantasy VII (+4) and Mortal Kombat 11 (+4). Among members, Cucumberry (+50) and Ganoncrotch (+24) buy far more games than they will ever be able to play. 49 new titles for the month. Mostly shovelware.

Big month for the top developers/publishers though, as their big titles from last month are moving on up:

# Publisher Count March
1 Capcom 188 +9
2 Sega 171 +6
3 Square Enix 158 +15
4 Bethesda Softworks 157 +5
5 Ubisoft 145 +7
6 Nicalis 113 +2
7 Inti Creates 88 +1
8 Bandai Namco 76 NC
8 Flyhigh Works 76 NC
10 Hamster Corp 74 NC
11 Image & Form 68 +4
12 Platinum Games 65 NC
13 Koei Tecmo 64 +4
14 Team 17 63 +4
15 Warner Bros. 62 +8
16 Forever Entertainment 61 +3
17 Chucklefish 52 +2
17 Nippon Ichi Software 52 NC
19 Psyonix 51 +2
20 Konami 50 +2


Bomb Chicken (physical)



Just purchased Starlink Battle for Atlas for the second time (as a gift for someone else).

On Amazon.ca it is currently 19.99. It is a steal for that price. Get it while you can!



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Yeah, I got Starlink last time it was $20. The game is repetitive as hell, but at that price, it's well worth the money. I think they really took the game backwards with the outlaw tanks in the DLC though.

Anyway, I've added Earthlock and Hasbro Game Night, both physical.