In case you missed this stand-out title when it debuted last year on Xbox One, developer Press Play (Max the Curse of Brotherhood) has brought Kalimba to Steam and with it pushed out some pretty solid DLC across both platforms. Coming in at only $9.99 for the base game, we couldn’t recommend this game more. The Dark Void DLC is available for $5.99 and includes new single player and co-op levels (or you can buy each set separately for $3.99).
Aside from the level packs, Press Play has also added two new game modes:
PUMA Mode, which is about speedrunning through levels racing against your friend’s ghosts
LLAMA Mode, a game mode designed for competing against your friends in the couch beating various challenges in turn
If you are on Xbox One or have a Steam account (get one, it’s free), we highly recommend picking this game up. Whether you play alone or with a friend, you are sure to love pulling your hair out over the genius level design.
Not convinced? Check out this footage I made of me narrowly missing the elusive golden totem, earned by collecting all 70 pickups in a level, without dying.
A queued game since Black Friday, the team finally gets their hands dirty with Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. In this week’s episode of What We’re Playing we review some of Talion’s early abilities, showcasing the amazing talent of the team at Monolith.
With the upcoming release of Expansion I: The Dark Below for Destiny on 12/09/14, Bungie has also revealed a special edition Sparrow. The EV-30 (aka Tumbler Sparrow) will be available to anyone who purchases the Expansion Pass before January 15th.
Although the video that follows does not sport this new tech, it celebrates the classic Sparrow that forces you to make your own fun by finding just the right pixels to send you barrel-rolling through space.
Interested in some more Sparrow antics? Check out this exploit which allows you to dance while on the go. Share your favorite Destiny moments with us on Twitter @thenerdgasmpod.
If you’ve been listening to the podcast lately, then you know we have been playing our fair share of Need For Speed: Rivals. Though there have been no shortage of truly epic moments of high speed chases, drafting, jumps and golds, no true hero gets to the top without at least a few failures.
Watch the video below for a few of our favorite high speed crashes…
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