JOE Gaming Weekly - Death Stranding actor accidentally reveals sequel 1 month ago

JOE Gaming Weekly - Death Stranding actor accidentally reveals sequel

Great news if you loved the 2019 original...

Welcome to JOE Gaming Weekly, your weekly round-up of all things gaming.

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Or, specifically, the one big game you should play this week, the one big piece of gaming news you need to know about, and the one big deal available to purchase this week.

So, off we go!

GAME OF THE WEEK

We Were Here Forever

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Do you love escape rooms? Do you have a trustworthy gaming pal or partner who you know loves escape rooms just as much as you do? Then this is the one for you.

The initial problem is that you BOTH need to buy a copy of this game in order to play it properly, but once you do, this online co-op asymmetrical puzzle solver will absolutely scratch the itch of anyone who loves the likes of Portal and It Takes Two.

We Were Here Forever is available on PC right, and will be made available on console platforms very soon.

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BIG NEWS OF THE WEEK

Death Stranding actor accidentally reveals sequel is in the works

There was absolutely no word at all that a sequel to Death Stranding was in the works. The first game arrived in 2019 to a very divisive response, but still became one of the biggest selling games of that year, not to mention one of the most talked-about.

Cut to this week, and Death Stranding's lead performer Norman Reedus was chatting to Leo, and revealed that "We just started the second one."

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This came as a bit of a shock to fans of the game, and considering that they've just started, it is probably fair to say that we won't see a sequel for at least another two to three years.

The game's director Hideo Kojima took to Twitter to react to Reedus' revelation, and while he didn't exactly confirm it as fact, he did playfully, positively respond...

DEAL OF THE WEEK

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Guardians of the Galaxy

One of the most purely fun games of recent years, this completely original take on the much-loved Marvel property has very little in common with the big screen adaptation, and a lot more in common with the likes of Tomb Raider and Uncharted.

Guardians of the Galaxy is available for PS4 in Smyths Toy Store marked down from €69.99 to €34.99.

Clips via Total Mayhem & PlayStation