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2017-10-17
Ubisoft's second South Park game, South Park: The Fractured but Whole, is almost here. The irreverent RPG launches for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC tomorrow, October 17, and now reviews for it have started to appear online.Like its predecessor, The Stick of Truth, Fractured but Whole puts players in the role of the New Kid, who moves into South Park and joins a superhero team with Cartman and other South Park mainstays. In GameSpot's South Park: The Fractured but Whole review, critic Miguel Concepcion called the game "a delightfully fart-tinged journey that delivers satisfying gameplay and surprising absurdity in equal measure."Other outlets have likewise begun posting their reviews, and most seem to agree that South Park: The Fractured but Whole is another enjoyable adventure, especially for fans of the series. We've collected a sample of the game's reviews below; for a broader look at what critics think of the latest South Park RPG, be sure to visit GameSpot sister site Metacritic.Game: South Park: The Fractured But WholeDeveloper: Ubisoft San FranciscoPlatforms: PS4, Xbox One, PCRelease date: October 17, 2017Price: US $60 / £55 / AU $100GameSpot -- 8/10"Fractured But Whole succeeds as an interactive South Park mini-series, while effectively emulating the show's current style of adult-targeted entertainment and satirization of political correctness. In other words, it's consistently amusing and provocative without the edginess the series used to be known for. Both the game's combat and explorative strengths effectively bridge the many comical plot developments, which range from mildly amusing to downright hilarious. It's an accomplishment that this game will wholly entertain devoted fans while delivering a heap of jokes that won't fly over the heads of casual viewers." -- Miguel Concepcion [Full review]IGN -- 8.5/10"South Park: The Fractured But Whole is another epic-length episode of the humor that's kept fans of the show laughing for 20 years. The Marvel vs DC parody delivers regular laugh-out-loud moments with only a few faltering gags, and the combat soon evolves into something much more complex and interesting than The Stick of Truth's simple system. Navigation and repetition of some of its simple puzzle mechanics drag a little, but it's otherwise an excellent South Park game that's also a strong RPG." -- Dan Stapleton [Full review]Polygon -- 7/10"The Fractured But Whole's breezy combat and puzzles provided a few days of entertainment, and the best moments of the game had me either laughing or, against all expectations, emotionally touched. I don't particularly regret my time with the game, but it mostly made me think about how much better the creators of both South Park and The Fractured But Whole could do if they were given the opportunity and space to grow up a little." -- Philip Kollar [Full review]US Gamer -- 4/5"Like Stick of Truth before it, South Park: The Fractured but Whole plays like an episode of the show. One of the good episodes, mind you, that's more about the kids interacting with each other than politics. Though it drags at times, The Fractured but Whole carries a sweet, twisted charm that makes it hard to resist if you're similarly twisted. It's still not recommended for anyone who never found the show funny to begin with, though." -- Nadia Oxford [Full review]Eurogamer"South Park: The Fractured But Whole is an RPG with tangible qualities and enjoyable passages, but without the bite or imagination you'd expect of the name. For anyone who grew up with the TV show, there's still some thrill to be had in simply walking around that familiar town, rubbing shoulders with its famous denizens and savouring the feeling of having an episode play out around you. But these were qualities of the last game too, and they have that bit less impact the second time around. Ubisoft San Francisco's rebuilt combat system goes some way to push back the sense of deja vu, but it entirely can't shake off the suspicion that this is a sequel which exists because its predecessor was so popular, not because its creators were brimming with more ideas." -- Phil Iwaniuk [Full review]GamesRadar+ -- 4.5/5"South Park balances ample fan service with gameplay that stands on its own merits and an engaging story. It won't make you a fan if you weren't one already, but it's hard to imagine a better-realized adaptation." -- Sam Prell [Full review]Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
Two new DLC packs--one free and one premium--are on the way to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard in December with optional VR support. Capcom today revealed new details about both Not a Hero and End of Zoe expansions and shared a new trailer to tease what awaits.As detailed previously, the free Not a Hero DLC brings series regular Chris Redfield into the mix. It's set after the base game's campaign and sees Redfield looking for Lucas Baker; in the process, he happens upon BSAA agents sent after Baker who ended up as prisoners. Not a Hero launches for free to all players on December 12.Also coming on that day is End of Zoe, which Capcom says features a "mysterious outdoorsman named Joe who lives along the bank of the marshes and has a chance encounter with Zoe that sets both their fates in motion." This will be sold on its own for $15/£12 and is included with the game's season pass.Alternatively, newcomers to the game can pick up Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition, which launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on December 12. This includes End of Zoe and the previous two premium DLC packs, Banned Footage Volume 1 and 2. Not a Hero was intended to be out earlier this year, but it ended up delayed because Capcom "concluded that this DLC was not good enough to meet those high expectations" following the acclaimed launch of the base game. Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
The Charizard distribution for Pokemon Sun and Moon may have just ended, but players will have a chance to get another rare Pokemon very soon. Starting October 23, Sun and Moon players have a chance to add a rare shiny version of Silvally to their teams.Like most other Pokemon distributions, the shiny Silvally will be available via a free download code. Those in the US and Canada can pick one up from GameStop and EB Games stores, respectively, until November 13; Pokemon fan site Serebii reports that players in the UK will be able to pick up their own download code at GAME stores from November 3-16.To add shiny Silvally to your team, select Mystery Gift from Sun and Moon's main menu and choose the option to receive your gift via code/password. When prompted, enter the code you received and you'll be able to pick the Pokemon up from the deliveryman waiting inside any Pokemon Center.The shiny Silvally distribution begins the same day the Marshadow giveaway ends, so players who have yet to claim the Mythical Fighting/Ghost-type Pokemon still have a few more days to pick up a download code. You can see a roundup of all the other free items and Pokemon that Sun and Moon players can get right now.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
The next weekly reset for Destiny 2 is approaching. While it marks the end of the current Nightfall, Flashpoint, and so on, it will also wrap up the game's first-ever Iron Banner event.Ahead of the reset at 2 AM PT / 5 AM ET / 10 AM BST / 8 PM AEDT on Tuesday, October 17, you still have a chance to take part in Iron Banner matches. The limited-time Crucible mode is 4v4 like all other PvP activities in Destiny 2 and features Quickplay modes and matchmaking. If you don't already have access, you can check out our guide on how to get into Iron Banner. Things play out differently than in the first Destiny.Completing Iron Banner matches--win or lose--nets you event-specific Tokens, which can be turned in with Lord Saladin at the Tower. That allows you to get your hands on a variety of new item rewards. You can see all of the Iron Banner weapons, gear, and armor in our gallery, but don't expect to collect it all. While that is possible, rewards are random, meaning you can open dozens of rewards packages without necessarily getting what you want.Server maintenance is now underway for Destiny 2, although that shouldn't impact your ability to play. A computer release is also on the horizon, with Destiny 2 finally launching for PC on October 24.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
The DC Super Hero blockbuster Wonder Woman is out now on 4K UHD, Blu-ray™ 3D, Blu-ray™ and DVD. To celebrate, we've teamed up with Warner Bros. to offer you the chance to win one of three bundles, including a copy of the movie on Blu-ray™, a poster, key chain, and mug. Wonder Woman saw huge success when it hit cinemas this summer, smashing the box office records. Director Patty Jenkins brought the classic DC hero to screens with Gal Gadot in the lead role, and Chris Pine supporting as Steve Trevor. If you've not seen the film, you're missing out. Here's the synopsis:Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers…and her true destiny.To be in with a chance to win just answer the simple question below. Please use the form to enter the competition, as answers written in the comments section are invalid. This competition is open to UK residents only. The prize is one bundle including a copy of Wonder Woman on blu ray, a wall poster, a key chain and a morphing mug. There are three prize bundles available.Terms & ConditionsCompetition will close on October 25th at 4pm BST.Open to UK residents only.Prize for 3 (three) winners will be 1 (one) prize bundle.Events may occur that make the awarding of the Prize impractical or inappropriate due to unforeseen circumstances or reasons beyond the control of the Promoter or Warner Bros. In this situation, Warner Bros. may vary or amend the Prize to provide a reasonable alternative as a result of which the Promoter or parties connected to the Promoter shall not be held liable.If the winner fails to respond within 24 hours of notification, they will be deemed void and an alternative winner will be contacted.No cash or credit alternative is available and the Prize is not transferable.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
With Super Mario Odyssey's release coming up later this month, the Nintendo Switch's library of games is set to grow with another notable title. But there's already no shortage of great games to play, particularly on the Eshop. Switch ships with only 32 GB of storage, and just 25.9 GB of that is actually usable. Whether you've already run out of space or are worried about doing so in the future, now is as good of a time as any to add some additional storage.Among Amazon's daily deals is one featuring SanDisk memory that includes both flash drives and microSD cards, which Nintendo supports. We recommended some of these memory cards for Switch back when the system first launched, and today's deal provides up to 25% off what was already a cheaply priced set of cards. At the low end, you can get an extra 32 GB for only $11, while 64 GB is just $18. Those seeking even larger options can pick up a 128 GB card for $37, 200 GB for $63, or 256 GB for $100.These prices are available for today only; they expire at 12 AM PT / 3 AM ET on October 17 and do not require an Amazon Prime membership. Take note these are UHS-I cards, which are not the fastest ones available, but we found the difference between these and UHS-3 cards to be negligible.Super Mario Odyssey releases for Switch on October 27. On its own, it won't demand a ton of storage--Odyssey's digital version is reportedly 5.7 GB in size.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
The new Xbox One Fall dashboard update has been available, in some form at least, for the past few months. Now, Microsoft has concluded the pre-release testing phase and is ready to roll it out worldwide, beginning today.The focus of the Fall update is personalization. One of the biggest new things you will notice is that the Home screen is changed significantly with the introduction of content "blocks." Anyone who has used the Xbox One dashboard knows well that it can be difficult at times to find what you're looking for. With the blocks, you can select what content--games or apps--show up where you want them to.Additionally, things like friend activities, leaderboards, Looking For Group messages, and more now show up at the top of the revamped Home screen. Another new feature in this update is the option to choose between dark, light, and high-contrast themes for your dashboard from the Settings tab.There are quite a few other notable new additions and changes with the Xbox One Fall update. We've listed off a few of these below, but be sure to go to the Xbox Wire to see a full rundown of what's changing, with commentary from Xbox engineering lead Mike Ybarra.It should now be "faster and easier" to move left and right through the horizontal tabs by flicking the left thumb stick or bumpers.A new "Friends in games" notification shows you if a friend is playing the same gameInvites now appear in the multiplayer tab of the Guide.The Game Hub for a particular title now shows more information.The Community feed screen now offers a full-screen option to help display more content such as screenshots and gameplay clips.Right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew are now available.A new Microsoft Store logo will replace the old one.The Mixer tab now has previews so you can see more before joining.Broadcasts at 1080p will now happen automatically if your network can support it.On Xbox One X, Mixer can capture gameplay and screenshots in 4K/HDR.Additionally, this Xbox One Fall update lays the groundwork for the launch of the Xbox One X in November. It adds a page that lets you know how to do things like transfer your games to an external hard drive or copy them over your home network to Xbox One X. You can also start to download 4K content for existing games so you'll hit the ground running if you buy an Xbox One X right at launch. What's more, the store adds a tab that lets you sort by Xbox One X-enhanced games.This new update is expected to be the Xbox One's last big one of the year. Microsoft doesn't historically release major UI updates in those months because so many new players are coming online and significant changes could lead to confusion. Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
Price is one of the major impediments to widespread adoption of virtual reality. Like other VR headset manufacturers, Sony has worked to address that--earlier this year, it cut the price of a bundle that includes PlayStation VR and its required camera, but that didn't do anything for people who already owned a PS4 camera. A new deal at Target, however, looks to be a great option.Target sells the PSVR headset on its own for $300. A Target Cartwheel coupon this week cuts its price by 25%, bringing it down to $225 before tax. That's as cheap as you can expect to find it and is an ideal way to get the headset if you already own a camera. Keep in mind that Cartwheel coupons are usable in-store only, so you'll need to track down a retail location with the headset in stock. You can check availability on Target's website.Even if you don't have the camera, you can pick it up for about $45 at Target or Amazon. That brings the combined price to $270, which is still a far cry from the $400 price of the official PSVR and camera bundle. It's even less than the recent $300 deal that Sony offered.PSVR celebrated its one-year anniversary last week. Sony marked the occasion by announcing that more than 60 games are on the way through "early 2018." That includes some big-name games, including Doom VFR and Gran Turismo Sport.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
After first announcing they were coming at San Diego Comic-Con, Funko has revealed the first wave of James Bond Pop figures that will be yours to own before the end of 2017. The line covers several Bond films and includes four different versions of the famed secret agent and some of his most notable foes from throughout the franchise.Bond himself is represented with his looks from both Goldfinger (Sean Connery) and The Spy Who Loved Me (Roger Moore)--black tuxedo and white tuxedo, respectively--in the main set of figures. Additionally, there will also be store-exclusive 007 Pops to get your hands on. Target will carry a Dr. No version (Connery) of Bond in a black tuxedo, with Barnes and Noble offering up the Octopussy (Moore) version of the spy. As for villains, there are a few to choose from. Blofeld is represented as portrayed by Donald Pleasence in You Only Live Twice. Additionally, both Oddjob and Jaws are available in the standard line. However, Oddjob also gets an exclusive variant with his killer top hat in hand and ready to throw. That particular figure will be available at Target.Finally, from Goldfinger, the main line of toys will include Jill Masterson. Bond finds dead and covered with gold paint, which earns her the popular nickname Golden Girl.While this line of Pop figures doesn't touch on the newer films, there's still plenty of time should Funko decide to continue the collection. Perhaps it'll be just in time for the next film in the franchise, which is currently set for a November 8, 2019 release, even if Daniel Craig has yet to sign on.This first set of Bond figures will be available in December.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
The first three DLC fighters for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite make their debut tomorrow, October 17, but they won't be the only downloadable content on the way that day. Today, Capcom revealed that an array of DLC costumes will also be available for the crossover fighting game.A total of 18 premium costumes will go on sale tomorrow. All of the skins can be purchased individually for $4; Capcom will also offer three themed costume packs, each of which consists of six outfits and runs for $12. You can find the contents of each pack and artwork of the new costumes below.Avenging Army PackSuperior Iron Man costumeUltimate Hawkeye costumeUltimate Thor costumeDante Nephilim costumeSpencer Gottfried costumeFallen Angel Arthur costumeWorld Warriors PackCaptain America Gladiator costumeCaptain Marvel Warbird costumeHulk Joe Fixit costumeChris Classic costumeRyu Wanderer costumeChun-Li Casual costumeMystic Masters PackDoctor Strange Illuminati costumeDormammu Molten costumeGhost Rider Outlaw costumeMorrigan Night Warrior costumeFirebrand Ultimate costumeNemesis Tyrant costumeThose who'd like to pick up all of the premium costumes can purchase Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's $30 Premium Costume Pass. Along with the aforementioned 18 skins, the pass will give you access to all of the remaining premium costumes that Capcom releases later this year.Black Panther, Sigma, and Monster Hunter all join the Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite roster on October 17. Each character can be downloaded for $8 apiece, while those who purchased the 2017 Character Pass will get them at no additional cost. We got to see all three of the characters in action at New York Comic-Con.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
The Evil Within 2 is out now, and it's a solid improvement on its predecessor. Aside from getting to play through a story that centers around returning protagonist Sebastian Castellanos attempting to save his daughter, players can also come across a variety of Easter eggs. [Potential spoilers ahead.]We've already called attention to one particular mode that unlocks after finishing The Evil Within 2. A "more cinematic game experience" awaits those who make their way through the campaign, giving players the option to toggle on a letterbox mode. This was a contentious aspect of the first game, which made the unusual choice of forcing a 2.35:1 aspect ratio on players, though this was ultimately made optional. Given the unlock screen in Evil Within 2, this seems to be a tongue-in-cheek callback to the first game.But that's not the only secret waiting to be uncovered. You unlock a number of bonuses for completing the game, but other Easter eggs require you to actively explore and uncover things for yourself. As you'll see in the video above, there are collectibles scattered throughout the game that reference other games published by Bethesda. These include Doom, Wolfenstein, and The Elder Scrolls Online.For more on the new survival-horror game, check out our Evil Within 2 review and review roundup. We've also got Evil Within 2 beginner's tips that will fill you in on some things we wish we knew before starting.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
With development on The Witcher 3 and its DLC complete, and work on Gwent and Cyberpunk 2077 underway, there hasn't been much word out of CD Projekt Red recently. That is, with the exception of some criticism from ex-employees on Glassdoor--a site used to review companies and supervisors--which has now made enough waves to warrant a response from the studio itself.In an open letter published on Twitter, co-founder Marcin Iwinski and studio head Adam Badowski spoke about the studio's culture and concerns surrounding what all of this could mean for its future. The two reference the negative Glassdoor reviews--which mention low pay and long hours--but they don't address any of the specific criticisms."If you're following news related to CD Projekt Red, you might have recently stumbled on information regarding morale here at the studio," the letter reads. "We'd normally avoid commenting on company reviews on spaces like Glassdoor, but this around--especially in light of the fact that we haven't communicated anything about Cyberpunk 2077 for a long time and saw some gamers getting worried about the project--we'd like to elaborate on a few things."Among the subjects the letter touches on are departures--which it largely chalks up to standard changes for a game developer. It notes that headcount has almost doubled from the 200 people it had when The Witcher 3 launched. It adds that hiring continues, and that anyone leaving--even a big name--won't jeopardize ongoing development."When we start down the road to creating something, we know the destination and we're sure of one thing: even if something feels impossible, it doesn't mean it is," the letter continues. "And, as it turns out, most often things are perfectly possible, they just require a lot of faith, commitment, and spirit. This approach to making games is not for everyone. It often requires a conscious effort to 'reinvent the wheel'--even if you personally think it already works like a charm. But you know what? We believe reinventing that wheel every friggin' time is what makes a better game."Regarding its much-anticipated new game, the letter only states, "Cyberpunk 2077 is progressing as planned, but we are taking our time--in this case, silence is the cost of making a great game." Little about the game has been announced beyond the fact that it is an ambitious RPG that has been in development for more than five years and is headed to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Earlier this year, CD Projekt Red acknowledged that early Cyberpunk 2077 files had leaked and were being held for ransom.You can read the full open letter below. We'll report back as the situation develops."If you're following news related to CD Projekt Red, you might have recently stumbled on information regarding morale here at the studio. We'd normally avoid commenting on company reviews on spaces like Glassdoor, but this around--especially in light of the fact that we haven't communicated anything about Cyberpunk 2077 for a long time and saw some gamers getting worried about the project--we'd like to elaborate on a few things.First off, we'd like to talk about the departures. In 2015, when we released The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, we were over 200 developers strong and that was the core crew of the studio. Since then, we've almost doubled the headcount and we're still hiring. Do people leave? Sure they do. We always wish them all the best and respect both their decision and the feedback they give us as the reason for their departure. We are continuously working on making Red a good workplace for everyone, but we also have a set of values that constitutes who we are and how we do things.So, does a departure, even a high profile one, mean that the project is in danger? One would need to be very courageous to base the future of an AAA role-playing game of such scope on one person (or a few people).Every role-playing game we ever developed seemed impossible to achieve at the moment we set out to create it. It took us five years to finish The Witcher 1, we had to make our own engine to complete The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, and we had to entirely reinvent the way we made games to deliver an open world for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. When we start down the road to creating something, we know the destination and we're sure of one thing: even if something feels impossible, it doesn't mean it is. And, as it turns out, most often things are perfectly possible, they just require a lot of faith, commitment, and spirit.This approach to making games is not for everyone. It often requires a conscious effort to 'reinvent the wheel'--even if you personally think it already works like a charm. But you know what? We believe reinventing that wheel every friggin' time is what makes a better game. It's what creates innovation and makes it possible for us to say we've worked really hard on something, and we think it's worth your hard-earned cash. If you make games with a 'close enough is good enough' attitude, you end up in a comfort zone, And you know what the magic happens.Cyberpunk 2077 is progressing as planned, but we are taking our time--in this case, silence is the cost of making a great game.As always, many thanks for being so engaged in what we do. It shows us it's all worth the hours we put in.Yours, Marcin Iwinski (co-founder) / Adam Badowski (studio head)"Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
Stranger Things fans are in for a treat later this month, as is anyone who loves a good scary movie for Halloween. Netflix has announced all of its new arrivals for October, as well as all the shows and movies that are going away (the bulk of which have already exited). It's also a month that will see an increase in subscription prices for many Netflix customers in the US.Stranger Things 2 premieres October 27, giving you just enough time to binge your way through it before Halloween, when it's time to watch some scary movies like Cult of Chucky. For something a little lighter, there are comedies like Tommy Boy, Miss Congeniality, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, and Talladega Nights. If you're outside the US, you can also look forward to access to Riverdale: Season 2.A heads up, all seasons of 30 Rock have left Netflix as of October 1, so your chance to easily get your Tina Fey fix has passed--unless you subscribe to Hulu, which added it to start October. Check out the full list below, or check out our lists of what's new on Hulu in October and what's new on Amazon in October.Arriving on Netflix, October 2017October 188 MinutesA Cinderella Story: Once Upon a SongBefore MidnightBlood DiamondBoogie NightsCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryCleverman: Season 2Death SentenceDon't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the HoodEagle vs. SharkEyes Wide ShutGeneration Iron 2Ghost PatrolI Love You, ManIce GuardiansLockup: Disturbing the Peace: Collection 1Made of HonorMiss CongenialityMiss Congeniality 2: Armed and FabulousMust Love DogsNever Let Me GoNo ReservationsPenelopePJ Masks: Season 1Set UpThe ReapingTokyo IdolsTommy BoyVanishedVeronicaOctober 2Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James BrownSleeping with Other PeopleOctober 313 DemonsRodney Carrington: Here Comes The Truth (Netflix Original)Cult of ChuckyThe SurvivalistOctober 4RawOctober 5Bonus Family (Bonusfamiljen): Season 1 (Netflix Original)Schitt's Creek: Season 3The Fosters: Season 5October 6ID-0: Season 1 (Netflix Original)Skylanders Academy: Season 2 (Netflix Original)Suburra: Season 1 (Netflix Original)The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson (Netflix Original)Word Party: Season 3 (Netflix Original)October 7Chris Brown: Welcome To My LifeMiddle ManOctober 10Christina P: Mother Inferior (Netflix Original)The Skyjacker's TaleOctober 11Donnie DarkoOctober 12Fe de etarras (Netflix Original Film)October 13El Especial de Alex Fernández, el Especial (Netflix Original)Kingdom of Us (Netflix Original)Mindhunter: Season 1 (Netflix Original)Super Monsters: Season 1 (Netflix Original)Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky BobbyThe Babysitter (Netflix Original Film)The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) (Netflix Original Film)Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 4 (Netflix Original)October 15Belief: The Possession of Janet MosesLEGO: City: Season 1MoneyOtherLifeShe Makes ComicsWest Coast Customs: Season 6October 17Patton Oswalt: Annihilation (Netflix Original)Slasher: Guilty Party (Netflix Original)October 19Wedding UnplannedOctober 201922 (Netflix Original)Haters Back Off: Season 2 (Netflix Original)One of Us (Netflix Original)Smurfs: The Lost VillageThe Day I Met El Chapo: The Kate del Castillo Story (Netflix Original)Wheelman (Netflix Original Film)October 23Meet the RobinsonsWhile We're YoungOctober 24Wanted: Season 1 (Netflix Original)Wanted: Season 2 (Netflix Original)The Mist: Season 1October 25The Hateful EightThe Final MasterLa Querida del Centauro: Season 2October 26Strange WeatherOctober 27Stranger Things 2 (Netflix Original)Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (Netflix Original)October 28Pup Star: Better 2GetherOctober 30Judah Friedlander: America Is The Greatest Country In The United States (Netflix Original)October 31Zumbo's Just Desserts: Season 1 (Netflix Original)Leaving Netflix, September 2017October 130 Rock: Seasons 1 - 7A Love in Times of SelfiesAcross the UniverseBarton FinkBellaBig DaddyCarouselCradle 2 the GraveCrafting a NationCurious George: A Halloween Boo FestDaddy's Little GirlsDark Was the NightDavid Attenborough's Rise of the Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates: Season 1Day of the KamikazeDeath BeachDowry LawDr. Dolittle: Tail to the ChiefFriday Night Lights: Seasons 1 - 5Happy FeetHeaven Knows, Mr. AllisonHellboyKagemushaLauraLove ActuallyMalcolm in the Middle: Seasons 1 - 7Max Dugan ReturnsMillenniumMillion Dollar BabyMortal KombatMr. 3000Mulholland Dr.My Father the HeroMy Name Is Earl: Seasons 1 - 4One Tree Hill: Seasons 1 - 9PattonPicture ThisPrison Break: Seasons 1 - 4The Bernie Mac Show: Seasons 1 - 5The ShiningThe Wonder Years: Seasons 1 - 6TitanicOctober 19The Cleveland Show: Seasons 1 - 4October 21Bones: Seasons 5 - 11October 27Lie to Me: Seasons 2 - 3Louie: Seasons 1 - 5Hotel Transylvania 2October 29Family Guy: Seasons 9 - 14Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
Unlike its predecessor, Destiny 2 will release on PC. Although players have had to wait longer for it, there's not too long left now. Destiny 2 doesn't launch on PC until October 24, and for those of you that didn't pick it up on Xbox One and PS4, the PC version features a variety of improvements and differences compared with its console counterparts. To help you get an idea of what to expect from the PC release of Bungie's hotly anticipated sequel, we've gathered all of the essential details below. Take a look and you'll find detailed information on everything from what's different, to recommended PC hardware specs, and how it works with Blizzard's Battle.net client.Unfortunately, if you didn't try it already, the Destiny 2 PC beta has already passed. For more on the game, check out our Destiny 2 review. We also have tons of Destiny 2 guides, tips, and tricks for those who have already begun playing on consoles or are simply looking to get a head start on how things will work on PC.Destiny 2 PC Release Date and DifferencesThe PC version is confirmed to have release date on October 24, while the Xbox One and PS4 versions are already out, having launched on September 6. Bungie has announced the game's servers will become available at 10 AM PT on October 24, which works out to 1 PM ET / 2 PM BRT / 6 PM BST / and 4 AM the next day in Australia.In terms of actual playable content, everything is the same on PC--with one exception. Sony's timed-exclusive content for Destiny 2 affects not just Xbox One players, but those on PC. The PS4 version comes with an extra Strike, Crucible map, and some items that will not be available on other platforms for at least one year. There's no precise date for it yet, but after PlayStation-exclusive content in Destiny 1 remained exclusive for longer than expected, Bungie has explicitly stated that this Destiny 2 content will be out by the end of 2018.Destiny 2 PC Minimum Requirements and Recommended SpecsWhile there may be changes made for the final release, Destiny 2's PC beta brought a list of minimum and recommended system specs. Additionally, Bungie provided a list of hardware for those looking to upgrade their systems, with CPU and GPU minimums and recommendations.Minimum SpecsCPU Intel Core i3-3250 3.5 GHz or Intel Pentium G4560 3.5 GHzAMD FX-4350 4.2 GHzGPUNvidia: GeForce GTX 660 2GB or GTX 1050 2GBAMD Radeon HD 7850 2GBRAM: 6GBRecommended SpecsCPUIntel: Core i5-2400 3.4 GHz or i5 7400 3.5 GHzAMD: Ryzen R5 1600X 3.6 GHzGPUNvidia: GeForce GTX 970 4GB or GTX 1060 6GBAMD: Radeon R9 390 8GBRAM: 8GBOperating SystemWindows 7 64-bit or Windows 8.1 64-bit or Windows 10 64-bit (Recommended)Hard drive space68GB available hard drive spaceBungie System Specs Used at EventsCPU: Intel i7-7700kGPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti 11GBDestiny 2 PC Extra Visual and Graphic OptionsDestiny 2 on PC supports 4K resolution and uncapped framerates. There's also ultra-wide screen support and an FOV slider, as well as compatibility with HDR displays. If you have an SLI setup, it will take advantage of that, too. We can go into depth with the beta in the video above, and you can our analysis of how well Destiny 2 runs on PC here. As for settings you can tweak, there's quite a lot to mess around with, including:ResolutionV-sync (30 FPS, 60 FPS, Off)Field of View (55 to 105)Anti-aliasing (FXAA, SMAA, MSAA)Ambient Occlusion (HDAO, 3D)Texture Anisotropy (Anisotropic Filtering, up to 16x)Texture QualityShadow QualityDepth of FieldEnvironmental Detail DistanceCharacter Detail DistanceFoliage Detail DistanceFoliage Shadow DistanceLight ShaftsMotion BlurWind ImpulseRender ResolutionHigh Dynamic Range (HDR)Chromatic AberrationFilm GrainDestiny 2 PC Control SchemeThe PC version uses a relatively straightforward control scheme, which you can see in the image below. It's worth noting that the controls are completely customizable.Destiny 2 Doesn't Use Dedicated ServersUnfortunately, the game will use peer-to-peer servers. However, this doesn't work quite the same as in the previous game; when Bungie explained why Destiny 2 doesn't use dedicated servers, it noted that you'll never run into a host migration situation.Destiny 2 PC ImpressionsDuring our hands-on time with the game, we found the mouse and keyboard support to be a welcome addition. It enhanced the overall feel of multiplayer, though it did seem to make the single-player portions we played easier than we anticipated. You can check out our analysis of the PC beta for a technical look at the game; for further impressions of the PC version, watch the video below.Destiny 2 ReviewIf you're hoping the game is dramatically different from the original Destiny, you may be in for a disappointment, but those seeking a refined version of that game will likely be pleased. You can read our impressions of the full game on console in our Destiny 2 review diary and Destiny 2 review-in-progress.Destiny 2 Uses Blizzard Battle.netDestiny 2 uses Blizzard's desktop app. It's the first game not directly developed by Blizzard to appear on the platform. Activision and Blizzard have changed its name several times recently, but moving forward it will be referred to as Blizzard Battle.net.Destiny Progress Doesn't Transfer to Destiny 2Unfortunately, Destiny 1 power, possessions, and Eververse-related items and currency will not transfer over. While your character's appearance will not be abandoned in the sequel for console owners, there's no word if it'll support any kind of transfer from console to PC.Info from Gamespot.com
2017-10-17
While there may only be 11 weeks remaining in 2017, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is still slated to release in full for PC and in Xbox One's Game Preview program by the end of this year. Today, developer Bluehole shared an update that gives fans a rough outline of its development plans heading toward launch.In a post on the Steam forums, Bluehole offered more details about the new features it is readying to add to the enormously popular battle royale game when it releases on PC and in Game Preview. In addition to a brand-new desert map, the developer is currently working on adding climbing and vaulting. However, as those two features will have a significant impact on the gameplay, Bluehole says they need to be tested "for at least a month" before they go live."The content and features that will be in test servers need to be tested for at least 2 to 4 weeks," Bluehole said. "It will be very difficult for us to provide a stable service if we rush updates to live servers after short bursts of testing. As we would like to go through rigorous testing to prepare for official launch, we will not be updating new content to live servers and run test servers for a longer period of time instead."Bluehole says players will be able to try out the vaulting and climbing mechanics "in late October or early November." Prior to that, the developer will release a "small" patch to live servers this week, which will be the final one before the developer starts rolling out test servers to prepare for PUBG's official launch. You can find the patch notes for that update below.PUBG Update Patch NotesGameplayDecreased the Starting Island item spawn levels in order to adjust the item balance on the Northeast side of ErangelBug FixesEliminated the fire animation and effect that occured in the Starting Airplane when a player was on fire from a molotov cocktailFixed a bug that enabled a character to hold a main weapon and frying pan simultaneouslyFixed a spectator mode bug of flickering weapon UI iconsRecommended Video: Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Graphics Settings Guide And PC Performance TipsInfo from Gamespot.com
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