Welcome back to another edition of the Sunday Roundup, where we bring you everything we missed and everything that we didn’t miss all in one post. This week we see some outer-space fun with a ball, a magical game gets a physical copy and an animal with a “split” personalilty” is announced.
Earthlock: Festival of Magic
A turned based RPG that was originally released in August of last year is seeing a retail release. So if you’re still into grabbing physical copies of things, make sure to look for it on February 12.
Embers of Mirrim
A new puzzler coming in Spring, that will require you to separate into two parts, each one being controlled independently with the left or right stick at the same time.
This free-to-play MOBA from Motiga is back once again with a new hero spotlight: Wu.
Fast paced FPS, boasting nine playable characters, each with their own abilities, tons of bosses and over 50 unique weapons.
Patch 1.14 is here and as many of you were hoping, they have managed to save most your corrupted save files.It also fixes bugs with inventory management, animal happiness issues, and does away with the golden pumpkin exploit. You can find a full list of patch notes here.
Xbox Insiders Program
This week Microsoft rolled out some of the new features for its newest update. This new update brings “The Beam” allowing streaming to be much easier and faster, Windows 10 Gaming mode, a gaming settings section on Windows 10 and new Cortana commands. You can see the full list and details on majorneslon.com.
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