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The ‘Cannibal Holocaust’ Inspired Game ‘Green Hell’ Takes You Further Into Madness

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How can any of us possibly forget Cannibal Holocaust? Ruggero Deodato’s cannibal classic was messed up for a lot of reasons. Sure, there is the whole cannibal thing and the fact that the film is filmed in a way that feels a little bit too real. The real terror came after animal lovers in the audience. The film is notorious for killing real live animals on camera without cutaways or flinches. It’s a rough watch. But, I digress. Green Hell is Creepy Jar’s venture into the Amazon, its tribes and ultimately survival. Of course this game is heavily inspired by the before-mentioned Cannibal Holocaust.

The game is a savage and has a lot of emphasis placed on the survival part. In Green Hell, you have to build shelter, tools and weapons to hunt while also finding reliable sources for food and clean water. Of course, much like in Cannibal Holocaust some of the tribes are cannibals at times this poses a threat or two to your well being and to not being served up “your way, right away.”

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The latest expansion The Spirits of Amazonia explores the world and the constraints of brutal survival mechanics. This time around the narrative acts as a prequel to what occurred in the games primary story the first time around.

The synopsis for Green Hell: The Spirits of Amazonia goes like this:

“You may think you know Jake’s story, but there’s much more to be revealed. In Spirits of Amazonia, an event taking place before Green Hell’s original Story Mode, players step into Jake’s shoes as he aims to befriend an Amazonian tribe for the first time. Tasked with new Legendary Quests, Jake will be put on this new path by the tribe’s mysterious Shaman as he uncovers new map areas and solves challenging riddles.”

  • New Mode – Spirits of Amazonia  – An all-new story happening before the events of Green Hell’s Story Mode.
  • New Map Area – A new map area separated from the map you know… for now.
  • Four New Legendary Quests – Piece together riddles, revealed by paintings on hidden stones all throughout the rainforest, to discover the tribe’s story and aid their village.
  • New Mushroom – Search inside of caves to find a new mushroom with mysterious properties.
  • New Spike Tree – Be careful! Chopping down a tree just got more dangerous, and just a tiny bit poisonous!
  • New Custom Building – Add a balcony onto your humble rainforest abode!

Green Hell is currently available on Steam for $24.99. The game is expected to come to consoles later in 2021. If you happen to already own the game, then the expansion is free.

Have you played Green Hell yet? Let us know what you thought of it in the comments section.

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‘Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed’ Trailer Lets You Play as a Ghost or Suit Up and Form Your Own Crew

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Today, Illfonic gave big details on a game that had been teased earlier in the year. That’s right, Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed is on its way to PC and Consoles this fall. The game will be a huge immersive multiplayer and single-player experience. In the game, you will be able to side with the ghosts becoming several iconic spectrals including Slimer. In addition to playing as a ghost, you can become a Ghostbuster, suit up in totally custom suits and bust ghosts using proton accelerators.

Use classic equipment as well as new untested gear, while you travel through New York visiting spots that were popular in the films and beyond. Cause, not only is the game pulling from the films, it is also grabbing characters and locations from The Real Ghostbusters.

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Work with Ray, Winston and the guys in order to become the best Ghostbuster that you can be. The only question is, are you ready for mass hysteria? Cats and dogs living together? We are too. Let’s get to bustin’.

If you digitally pre-order the game it gets you a playable Slimer, a custom particle thrower and proton pack, and special clothing colorways.

The synopsis for Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed goes like this:

Form a team with up to three other Ghostbusters to track down Ghosts haunting a number of locales. Sniff out paranormal activity with the P.K.E. Meter and charge it to unleash a short-range pulse disabling Ghost movement. Unveil hidden rifts acting as the Ghost’s spawn points and teleportation portals, and destroy them. Use the powerful Particle Throwers to capture the Ghost, deploy a trap, and wrangle them into it before they escape! 

Meanwhile, the Ghost works alone, roaming around stages like the Museum, an abandoned Prison, and other spooky locations, including a new one to be revealed at Gamescom. Frighten civilians to scare them away. Possess objects to raise the overall Global Haunt percentage, to regain ghost power, or just cause mass hysteria. Use slime to temporarily stun Ghostbusters. Move the rifts to keep them guessing, summon minions to make an escape, and show the Ghostbusters they should be afraid of this Ghost!

Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed will be available on October 18 via PC, Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4|5, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. Pre-orders are available starting today!

In order to check out the full trailer for Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed check it out RIGHT HERE!!

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‘Gremlins’ Stripe is Headed to ‘Multiversus’ Plus Potential ‘Beetlejuice’ Addition

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Stripe from Gremlins is the coolest. There is something about villains that always win the heart. Plus, Stripe was looking cool as heck. The awesome classic Gremlin design plus a rad white mohawk atop his head. What’s not to love about something that cool? Well, WB Games’ Multiversus is receiving a big Season 1 update that includes Stripe as a playable character.

Black Adam is also being added to the roster of fighters. There is also a rumor coming from the same source that shared the Gremlins and Black Adams news. The rumblings say that Godzilla, Eleven From Stranger Things and Beetlejuice are headed to Multiversus soon as well!

We are crossing our fingers big time on that Beetlejuice news. I can only imagine his potential move set-list. Spinning heads, turning into a snake, big top umbrella with long hammer arms? All of that is totally possible and more.

The sky is the limit with potential character additions in the future. WB Games has the potential for adding almost any character licensed by Warner Bros. That is a lot of choices!

So far the lineup has been decent. So far, I have been playing mostly as Jake from Adventure Time. He has a great list of moves. Like in the animated series, jake can transform into all sorts fo things with different button combos.

The synopsis for Multiversus goes like this:

MultiVersus is a platform fighter, in which players battle on different stages and attempt to knock their opponents outside the boundaries of the arena, with characters being knocked further the more damage they take.

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The base game of Multiversus is free, but if you want to grab access to season one and everything it has going on, there is a price that buys you the entirety of the season.

Multiversus is currently available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

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Fan-Favorite Mia is Coming to ‘Evil Dead: The Game’

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Evil Dead’s 2013 remake was a really well-done rework of a huge classic. It was bloody as all hell and featured some memorable characters. Especially, Mia the heroin addict who was taken to the woods to go through a detox. I mean, going through a heroin detox is hard enough but then add in deadites coming forth and taking out your friends one by one. Not easy, I’m sure.

Today Evil Dead: The Game’s Twitter account shared a teaser image of Mia (Jane Levy) covered in blood. It is an enormous hint that the character is coming soon. We are hoping that she will be included in the next update. Plus, there might be more to that update. Perhaps more characters from the remake or possibly a new map. We will have to wait and see.

Mia is now coming to Evil Dead: The Game as a playable character. She joins Ash Williams, Lord Arthur, Cheryl Williams and others in the battle for the Necronomicon.

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The synopsis for Evil Dead: The Game goes like this:

Based on the “Evil Dead” franchise and characters created by Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, and Bruce Campbell, the game casts players against the forces of evil that have been unleashed from the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis, with sights and sounds inspired by the films.

Boss Team Games and Saber Interactive’s game has been quite a ride for fans of the franchise. The game has offered up a ton of fun for team-ups and even offers a decent single-player mode. It is far from perfect, but it has been good enough. The real fun of the game is its multiplayer mode and double down on that radness when you team up with actual friends.

We will be sure to keep you updated on all things Evil Dead: The Game. Stay tuned!

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