Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover Island was released on PX, Xbox One and PS4 a few weeks ago but we thought you wouldn't mind seeing the game in action on Gamersyde, in its PC and Xbox One versions. Inspired by many platformers of the 2000s, the game clearly lacks a bit of personality, a flaw to which you can add the disappointing character design and animations. Aside from that, this independent title features pretty nice open-ish environments and a catchy soundtrack. Controls are responsive and you immediately feel right at home, and unlocking new abilities makes the game more interesting than it first might seem. In the end, Skykar & Plux is a pleasant, but short (about 2 hours and a half if you don't save all the imprisoned inhabitants) ride.
I actually know the guy who made the weapon skins for BF1 (46 minutes ago)
Or just look at some of the garish skins in CS:GO. As far as Battlefield goes? BF1 has some of the best weapon skins I've seen period. (1 Hour ago)
...for hundreds of dollars lol (1 Hour ago)
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When it comes to online, people want to stand out a bit. It's just how it is, and if wasn't, then loot boxes wouldn't be a thing. (1 Hour ago)
Everyone cares for cosmetics, otherwise you'd have a game that was just Gouraud shaded, or looked like Minecraft. (1 Hour ago)
Lawbreakers is a shining example of why you need a good art team for cosmetics to work (1 Hour ago)