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2018-01-11
If you're a Xbox One Insider, you may be able to download a brand-new update. A Preview alpha build is now available for download for some players who take part in the Insiders Program, which allows players to test out new system and games features before they go live to all other players. Some new features will be available right away, with others rolling out over the next several weeks.The biggest addition coming for Xbox Insiders is the Next Achievements feature in the guide. Now, those who test new features and games from Xbox One will be able sort a cross-games list of upcoming Achievements. This way, you can easily see which Achievements you're closest to and quickly launch the game to achieve them. You can also sort your Achievements by how rare they are.Mini Game Hubs will also be available right in the guide, which means you'll be able to access game content from games you've recently played without having to leave the Game Hub itself. Mini Game Hubs allow you to easily see friends who are currently playing, upcoming Achievements, Looking for Group posts, and more.There are also a few tweaks to social settings. A Do Not Disturb online status is coming, which will suppress notifications and let your friends know you're unavailable at the moment. Comments on community posts are also getting an adjustment, and soon you'll be able to peek at the most recent comment and see who has liked your comments. The Narrator is also now able to read large amounts of text.The alpha build will also add additional inactivity shut down options to the power mode and the startup menu. You'll now be able to shut down the console after two, three, four, and five hours of inactivity. Some Insiders will also see "additional experimental features" to gauge interest and collect feedback on them.Xbox is also investigating a series of issues and working out bug fixes, in this latest build, for the issues below:A fix is now being determined for guide/home crashes. In the interim, Insiders are being asked to do hard reboot by holding the power button down for ten seconds to fix this issue.For users encountering issues where some installed games are failing to launch: If the games are installed to an external drive, Insiders are being asked to copy the game to the internal drive or attempt to delete the title and re-download.Xbox is investigating the inaccurate RGB colors that have been reported when displaying in 4K HDR mode when playing a UHD disc.Xbox is looking into a few localization issues, as well: The left and right navigation for selecting date and time during Tournament creation is currently reversed when the console language is set to Arabic or Hebrew.The left and right navigation in Tournament twists is reversed when the console language is set to Arabic or Hebrew.The left and right navigation in the bracket view of Tournaments is reversed when the console language is set to Arabic or Hebrew/Users wishing to represent themselves as an avatar can do so by changing their settings under My profile > Customize profile > Show my avatar.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
While the animated series Teen Titans Go will be returning to Cartoon Network sometime in 2018 to continue its fourth season, DC's pint-sized superheroes are also making the jump to the big screen. Teen Titans Go To The Movies will see the young superheroes go theatrical for the first time and, based on the first trailer, they know the key to finding a movie theater audience.When Robin introduces the movie, his fellow heroes all show up in Wonder Woman costumes, confusing the young Dick Grayson instantly. "Our movie's not about Wonder Woman," he says. "It's about us--the Teen Titans!" The rest of the group disagrees. "Wonder Woman inspires people," Raven Tells him. Starfire quickly adds, "And we...do not."The movie itself follows the Titans as they attempt to find feature film stardom, only to end up fighting to save the planet from villains like Balloon Man, who is literally just a giant pink balloon with a robot head. Of course, puncturing the balloon in a specific way gives Teen Titans Go To The Movies the chance to work a massive fart joke into the trailer because nothing sells cartoons like gassy villains.Teen Titans Go To The Movies hits theaters on July 27. At this point, there is no announced return date for the animated series. However, a live-action Titans series is also in the works for DC Entertainment's upcoming streaming service. At this rate, there will be plenty of Teen Titans material to feed your eyeballs for years to come.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
With the release of Dragon Ball FighterZ drawing closer, Bandai Namco Games took to Twitter to release info about the required specs needed for the game's PC version. The game will release for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on January 25. Developed by Arc System Works, the same team behind the Guilty Gear and BlazBlue series, Dragon Ball FighterZ possesses a visual style that mimics the popular anime.In addition to the specs listed below, the publisher offered more details about pre-order bonuses for the game, which include early access to Goku and Vegeta's Super Saiyan Blue forms, along with exclusive avatars to use in the in-game lobby. Moreover, pre-ordering the game will give you access to the pre-launch beta. The game is currently available to pre-order on Steam.Minimum Requirements:Windows 7/8/10 (64bit OS required)AMD FX-4350, 4.2 GHz/Intel core i5-3470, 3.20 GHZ 4GB RAMRadeon HD 6870, 1GB / GeForce GTX 650 Ti, 1GB DirectX 11DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipsetRecommended Requirements:Windows 7/8/10 (64bit OS required)AMD Ryzen 5 1400, 3.2 GHz / Intel Core i7-3770, 3.40 GHz 8GB RAMRadeon HD 7870, 2GB / GeForce GTX 660, 2GB DirectX 11DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipsetThe PC specs are surprisingly modest, potentially allowing older machines to run the game well. And the game's Unreal 4 graphics engine is also used by other notable fighting games, including Tekken 7 and Street Fighter V, which are all well-optimized on PC.For more info on Dragon Ball FighterZ, stay up to date with us on GameSpot, where we'll have our full review later this month. And be sure to check out the opening cinematic, and how you can play the pre-launch beta.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
Despite being a convention dedicated to incredible (and sometimes very bizarre) upcoming technology, the Consumer Electronics Show is subject to power loss like anything else. While atypical for a major event like this, CES 2018 has been hit with a power outage today. [Update: Power has now returned at CES.]The Las Vegas Convention Center, where CES is taking place, is currently experiencing what event organizers are calling an "isolated power outage." Parts of South and Central Halls, where numerous exhibitors are set up to showcase their products, have been thrown into darkness. As a result, there are suddenly massive rooms filled with high-tech gadgets that are without power. While this is unlikely to have any effect on you, aside from perhaps a delay in some news from the event making it out, it has led to strange scenes like the one below, which are a sight to behold.Introducing Blackout™: The biggest thing to hit #CES2018 since #5G. #CESblackout pic.twitter.com/xObxxxHvQe — Intel (@intel) January 10, 2018Although South and North Hall appear to have power, there have been reports that the power outages briefly extended to other areas in Vegas, including nearby hotels. CNET editor Dan Ackerman noted on Twitter that his off-site hotel partially lost power two separate times for less than a minute. At the Convention Center, some people are reportedly unable to retrieve their phones from charging towers where you lock your device in.Event organizers say the situation is being worked on, but there's no official word on when power will return. CES runs through January 12 and has already seen a number of announcements, including news on the Vive Pro, a wireless Vive adapter, Intel and AMD's collaboration, a prototype from Razer than turns the Razer Phone into a laptop, and Nvidia's new BFG displays.BREAKING: Power goes out at CES, the largest consumer electronics show in the world. pic.twitter.com/SpClpe8Fjk — CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) January 10, 2018 Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
Pokemon Go continues to receive new features through regular updates, such as the improved AR mode that rolled out for the game last month. Unfortunately for some players, an upcoming Pokemon Go update will also make it unplayable on some older iPhones. Developer Niantic confirmed that the popular mobile game will soon discontinue support for devices that cannot run the latest version of iOS."In an upcoming update to Pokemon Go, we will end support for Apple devices not capable of upgrading to iOS 11, such as iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c models," Niantic wrote in an update on the official Pokemon Go website. "This change is a result of improvements to Pokemon Go that push the application beyond the capabilities of the operating systems on such devices."According to Niantic, Pokemon Go will stop supporting these older iOS devices beginning February 28. "After that date, Trainers using affected devices may no longer be able to access their Pokemon Go accounts from that device, or use their PokeCoins or other items in their Bags," the developer said. Niantic posted a full list of affected devices on its website. They include:iPhone 5ciPhone 5iPad (4th generation)iPad (3rd generation)iPad Mini (1st generation)iPad 2The most recent update for Pokemon Go introduced the AR+ mode, while more Gen 3 Pokemon originally from the Ruby and Sapphire versions were added as part of Pokemon Go's recent holiday event. Two of Pokemon Go's region-exclusive Gen 3 monsters, Seviper and Zangoose, recently traded regions. Meanwhile, game's first Gen 3 Legendary Pokemon, Groudon, is still available as a Raid Battle at certain Gyms until January 15.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
Update: Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is now free on PS4 as well as PS Vita in the US. However, you may have to 'purchase' the game on PS4 and PS Vita separately, since it is not normally part of Sony's Cross-Buy scheme. The below text has been altered to reflect the change. Original story follows.It's the start of a new month--and a new year--which means more free games are now available for PlayStation Plus subscribers. January's allotment of free PS Plus games are out now on the PlayStation Store, meaning that titles like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Batman: The Telltale Series have temporarily dropped to the low, low price of free for paying subscribers.Mankind Divided is the headlining PS4 freebie this month. The dystopian cyberpunk role-playing game casts you as Adam Jensen and tasks you with catching a terrorist group, which you can do by being a stealthy detective or a tech-enhanced killing machine, or some mixture of both.As for Telltale's Batman game, this is the first season of the story and puts players in tricky situations as both Bruce Wayne and his crime-fighting alter-ego. The decisions you make will have some consequence on the relationships around you, and the overall story.Other PS4 freebies in January include the wacky and fun party game That's You! (if you're outside of North America) and StarBlood Arena (which requires PlayStation VR). Additionally, PS Vita's free games, Uncanny Valley and Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, are both free on PS4, too. You may have to 'purchase' Psycho-Pass on PS4 and PS Vita separately, however, since it is not normally part of Sony's Cross-Buy scheme. Note that in Europe and Australia, Psycho-Pass is only free on PS Vita, not PS4. Finally, PS3 owners get Sacred 3 and The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 for free.You can see January 2018's full PS Plus lineup--covering PS4, PS3, and Vita--below, or you can claim them on the PlayStation Store.January 2018 Free PS Plus GamesPS4Deus Ex: Mankind DividedBatman: The Telltale SeriesStarBlood Arena (PS VR required)Uncanny ValleyThat's You! (Europe and Australia only)Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness (US only)PS3Sacred 3Book of Unwritten Tales 2PS VitaPsycho-Pass: Mandatory HappinessUncanny ValleyInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
It's a new week, which means Microsoft has rolled out a fresh set of weekly game deals on Xbox Live. Covering Xbox One and Xbox 360, the sales this week are not all that extensive, though there are some solid offers to be had depending on what you are looking for. Here's a rundown on what you can get for cheap on the Xbox Store right now.Some of the notable Xbox One deals include Deer Hunter: Reloaded ($12), Farming Simulator: Platinum Edition ($37.50), Rapala Fishing: Pro Series ($12), Styx: Master of Shadows ($7.50), and The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III ($7.50). Also on sale on Xbox One this week are Crypt of the NecroDancer ($9.74), Blood Bowl 2 ($6.60; or free with Xbox Game Pass), and Tour de France 17 ($16.50).Only three games are on sale this week for Xbox 360: Battleblock Theatre ($7.50), Faery: Legends of Avalon ($1.87), and Rotastic ($1.24). You can visit Major Nelson's blog to see a full rundown of this week's Deals With Gold, some of which require an Xbox Live Gold membership. The offers expire on January 15.In other news, the first of January 2018's free Games With Gold titles for Xbox One and Xbox 360 are now available. These include The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III and Tomb Raider: Underworld. The next set of games will arrive later this month, on January 16. Those in the market for an Xbox One X have some nice deals available right now, too. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
Get ready to see a lot more Snowpiercer. The 2013 science fiction film directed by Bong Joon-ho is being turned into a TV show on TNT. The cable network has ordered a 10-episode series based on the film and has already lined up some big names to star.Leading the cast are Jennifer Connelly (Alita: Battle Angel) and Daveed Diggs (Hamilton), as the series explores a world that has become a frozen wasteland. Those that have survived the deep freeze live on a gigantic train that circles the globe while never stopping.Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles scribe Josh Friedman penned the pilot script, with Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson stepping in to helm the first episode. At this point, a showrunner for the series has not been named."I'm a personal fan of Bong Joon-ho's epic film, and jumped at the chance to honor his original vision, yet expand upon the world and characters with a diverse, award-winning cast," TNT's executive vice president of original programming, Sarah Aubrey, says. "Science fiction is the perfect genre to examine issues of race, class, gender and natural resources with thought-provoking and exciting storytelling. Snowpiercer will explore those relevant issues while embarking on a wild, action-filled ride."Reacting to the news on Twitter, Derrickson says, "I will say this about Snowpiercer - the all-female key crew was the best I've ever worked with, and the entire ensemble cast is just astonishing. Very proud of the show we made."I will say this about Snowpiercer - the all-female key crew was the best I’ve ever worked with, and the entire ensemble cast is just astonishing. Very proud of the show we made. — Scott Derrickson (@scottderrickson) January 10, 2018In its 2013 theatrical release, the Snowpiercer film--which starred Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton--earned $86.6 million at the box office. A release date for the TV series has not been announced.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
There's been much anticipation for the first season of Blizzard Entertainment's Overwatch League. As its first effort at organizing a global competition, the developers behind the popular hero shooter are looking to take things to the next level by thrusting the game into the broader realm of esports. With 12 teams scattered across the world, each with their own unique management and sponsorships, Overwatch League blends together many ideas and practices that are commonplace in traditional sports, but within the esport arena.Ahead of the kick-off for the first season of Overwatch League, lead producer Jeff Kaplan (who also serves as Overwatch's game director) and league commissioner Nate Nanzer spoke about their somewhat disruptive approach to traditional esports. During our talk, they discussed the importance that community and transparency have in their league and what their hopes are for this season and beyond. While Blizzard Entertainment has deep ties within esports thanks to StarCraft's immeasurable influence over its nearly 20-year history, Overwatch looks to be the start of a new page for the developer and its connection to the growth of its community.For more content and info on Overwatch League, such as where you can watch online, and where to get those special league skins, be sure to check back at GameSpot as we cover the League in its first week and in beyond.When compared to other esports games like League of Legends, StarCraft, or Counter-Strike, Overwatch is a far more accessible experience. With people of all ages and levels of experience being able to dive into the game, it's become one of the more popular online shooters. When initially setting up the league, were you looking at the game's accessibility to give a sort of different experience for what people can expect from an esports competition?Jeff Kaplan: With everything that we've done with Overwatch from the game itself to the league, there's always been a desire to be as inclusive with as many people as possible. We try to make things approachable both in the game and in the league structure so that somebody who's not necessarily familiar with Overwatch or Overwatch League immediately feels welcome. That's always the goal. It's kind of a Blizzard goal with all of the things that we do is to speak to as many people as possible. A lot of times it gets taken the wrong way. A lot of people say, "Oh, you're trying to dumb things down," or, "You just want to make for the casual audience." That couldn't be further from the truth. I mean, there's nothing more hardcore than trying to stand out in esports, a franchise esports league like we've done. It's extremely targeted at the hardcore audience experience that we're trying to do.The Blizzard approach is not to make everything casual. The Blizzard approach is to find what we think is amazing as hardcore fans ourselves or hardcore players in games and then how do you bring that to as many people as possible and not be off-putting like some hardcore content and features can sometimes be.When you look at esports, it's very much like the rebellious younger sibling compared to traditional sports. However with Overwatch League, it adopts more traditional systems and practices that mainstream sports has--such as regional teams and a regular season with a set schedule. Do you feel that you're still retaining the essence and freshness that esports is all about with Overwatch League?Nate Nanzer: Yeah, I think we are. We have a very strong record at Blizzard of making great esports content and really listening to our community, and building things alongside them. And we've been actively listening to our community along the way with the Overwatch League, and if you look at our talent, we've hired a world-class-talent team that have all been doing esports for a very long time. Just because we're putting a professional structure around this, at the end of the day we're still very authentic to esports.There will be memes, there will be kappas, there will be all of those things. We're fans of this content too, so at the end of the day, people should know that everyone who works on Overwatch League is a huge fan of the game, huge fan of what we're doing. We're a little bit doing this for ourselves too; one of the things I'm most excited about this week is finally being able to watch all these teams play week in, week out. There's great players that we've assembled here in LA and that is what I'm most excited about and I can't wait to see it. Fans shouldn't be scared of additional investment and people coming into esports; it's an awesome validation of this thing that we've all been doing for a very long time, playing games and watching esports. The fact that the Kraft group and Kroenkes, and all these big investors are coming into esports is a total validation that this thing that we love and we care a lot about is big, it's important, it's only gonna take off from here.That's sort of our commitment to the fans, it's that we're gonna always listen to the fans, we're gonna make sure that we're making content that resonates with them, and just know that we're fans too, and we're just as excited as you are to see this stuff kick off.What are you most excited in seeing happen with the league?JK: I think there are two things that I'm most excited for with Overwatch League and that I hope to see. The first is we have this whole cadre of amazing pro players that I feel like have really been legitimized in their career, legitimized in their talent and their skill, and they're going to get the recognition that they deserve. I feel like under the Overwatch League structure they're very protected as professionals, and that's very exciting to me. These players are at an awesome point in their lives, and this is an amazing opportunity for them. To me, more than anything, this league centers around them and this opportunity. So that's going to be exciting. I hope they get the spotlight that they deserve because they've earned it. It's going to be really exciting to see it play out.The other thing that I'm super excited about with Overwatch League is the first-time esport fan that's never even paid attention to esports before. I know we're going to attract some of them. For me, I can remember the first time my dad brought me to Dodger stadium. I have almost an emotional reaction to those memories. I can't wait for the next generation to grow up with memories like that of their Overwatch League experiences. Also, for people to realize--like it's a hard pill for some people to realize who've never sat down and watched esports that watching a video game be played at the highest professional level is actually amazingly exciting. I think [for] a lot of people, it's easy for them to dismiss that or roll their eyes for that. Then they go to their first DreamHack or BlizzCon or International or hopefully Overwatch League match and they realize the energy and the excitement and the skill level of what's being performed before them is actually amazing and a great experience. I'm really excited for those first-time esport fans. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
Particularly in light of the success that The Witcher III: Wild Hunt has enjoyed, anticipation is high for the next project from developer CD Projekt Red. But news on the new game, Cyberpunk 2077, has been hard to come by in recent years, despite the fact that it was originally announced in 2012 and a teaser trailer (above) was released in early 2013. That makes any morsel of information big news, but the latest development on the Cyberpunk front may not even qualify for "morsel" status.Cyberpunk's official Twitter account has been dark since December 5, 2013, when it shared a link regarding an award it won for that 2013 trailer. Today that all changed, with the account coming back to life for what surely had to be an important announcement, right? Not quite.*beep* — Cyberpunk Game (@CyberpunkGame) January 10, 2018"Beep." That's it. Or, more accurately, "*beep*," with asterisks, as if to indicate this is merely the sound, and not even the word. Why? What is this purpose of this tweet? Is it a joke from a bored community manager? A sociological experiment? A warning that Skynet has come to life?Presumably, this is merely meant to remind people about the game and to drum up interest before a proper re-reveal later this year. If that's the case, it's worked--in less than an hour, it's accumulated more than 2,000 retweets and 4,000 Likes on Twitter, and this undoubtedly won't be the only post you see online from a gaming publication about the tweet.With development Witcher 3 and its DLC comfortably behind it, 2018 does seem like as good of a time as any for CD Projekt Red to formally unveil Cyberpunk 2077. (That was actually one of our recent predictions for 2018 in gaming.) Whether that proves to be the case remains to be seen, but it would be nice to think the company didn't dust off the cobwebs on its Twitter account just for the hell of it.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
While Total War fans may have worried that developer Creative Assembly had gotten side-tracked by fantastical games like its Warhammer series, it promised last year that a new historical game was in the works. The studio has now finally revealed the next history-based strategy game in the series, and it takes players to ancient China, 2000 years ago.Total War: Three Kingdoms is set in China in the year 190 CE. Details are still scant, and we don't know what changes or additions it makes to the established series formula. However, Creative Assembly and publisher Sega have released a cinematic announcement trailer, which serves to establish what kind of state the nation was in at the time.The official description states, "China is in turmoil. The Han Dynasty crumbles before the child-emperor. He is but a figurehead; a mere puppet for the tyrant warlord Dong Zhuo. It is a brutal and oppressive regime, and as Dong Zhuo's power grows, the empire slips further into the cauldron of anarchy. But hope yet blossoms."Three heroes, sworn to brotherhood in the face of tyranny, rally support for the trials ahead. Sensing opportunity, warlords from China's great families follow suit, forming a fragile coalition in a bid to challenge Dong Zhuo's remorseless rule. Will they triumph against the tyrant, or will personal ambition shatter their already crumbling alliance and drive them to supremacy? The crucible fizzes. Allegiances shift. The fires of conflict stoke opportunity. Only one thing is certain: the very future of China will be shaped by its champions."Three Kingdoms releases for PC sometime this fall. We'll report back as more details are shared.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
PUBG is about to move its current PC test build to its live server. The move will cause about four hours of server maintenance before ushering in a bunch of new additions to the game at 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET / 2 AM GMT. Developer PUBG Corp. says it's continuing to take steps to stabilize the game, and the latest update will also crack down on cheating and introduce two new loot crates.Players on the live server will now be able to report any player you suspect of cheating from the replay feature, meaning you won't need to be killed by a suspected cheaper before you can use the in-game reporting tool. Cheating has been a constant concern in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, with the developer making continuous efforts to stop players from tweaking the system in their favor.PUBG is also adding two new loot crates to the game, which will contain Desperado and Biker cosmetic items. The update will address an assortment of bugs and make some gameplay tweaks, and it adds more objects to certain sections of the desert map Miramar in order to provide more coverage for players. One tweak that players may not be as excited about, however, is to the in-game energy drink. PUBG Corp. says it has "changed the design of the energy drink," so it appears players will, sadly, no longer be able to get their hands on a can of Hot Bull.Lastly, PUBG is also taking steps to improve game performance on PC. It has reduced the visible distance while you're in the air. It's also improving the performance of the server and client at the beginning of matches, and will be making small changes to the starting islands. You can see the patch notes below, and check out PUBG's full post on Steam for drop rates for the new loot boxes.WorldAdded more objects around La Bendita on Miramar to increase the amount of coverGameplayReduced the visible distance when parachuting down in order to test the optimization of server and client performance at the early phases of the gameItemChanged the design of the energy drinkUI/UXAdjusted the squad team colors (players 1-4) to better reflect their callout names (yellow, orange, blue, green)Adjusted squad team colors to make them more consistent between different colorblind optionsAdded a function where a player can select more detailed criteria for the "Cheating" category in the in-game report tool You can choose multiple items or you can just report without selecting any of themReplaysWhile player's nameplate is on (H key), now you can check the current weapon of that player by pressing G keyAdded report button in replayReport button pops up when pressing RMB on the player list (TAB key)While observing / following mode, report button appears on the timeline (J key)Added a care package icon changing effect according to the statusThe icon will be different when the care package is falling and looted by other playersAdjusted replay system so that now a player can watch the replay without extra delay in the following casesSolo modeWhen the player won the matchWhen all teammates are eliminatedBug FixesFixed the issue where when a player lands from the plane the position of character teleports intermittentlyFixed the issue where character animation is frozen when rejoining after a crashFixed the issue where the red zone disappears instantly after it formedFixed the issue where some vehicles spawned on Miramar are stuck to an object and unable to moveFixed the issue where a player sometimes couldn't pass through a door even though it was openFixed the issue where mouse cursor would disappear on a replay mapFixed the issue where when replay and death cam were played, the crosshair was bouncingFixed the issue where the falling speed meter text was showing abnormally in PortugueseNew ContentAdded two new crates (free / paid)Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
The inaugural season of the Overwatch League begins on January 10. 12 teams split into 2 divisions will play for the next six months to see who is the ultimate Overwatch champion, while competing for a prize pool totaling $3.5 million. Unless you're fortunate enough to make it to Blizzard Arena in Burbank, California, you're going to have to watch the matches online.Here are the details on where, when, and how you can keep up and follow your favorite teams during this first week of the Overwatch League regular season. In the meantime, you can start getting your hands on new Overwatch League skins in-game.How and Where: Simply go to overwatchleague.com where live matches play out through an embedded Twitch livestream. Past matches will be archived under the site's Videos tab. You can also catch the matches directly on Twitch.com and at mlg.tv.You track your favorite teams, keep up with league news, and set alerts using the Overwatch League app. You can even customize spoiler settings so you can watch completed matches without knowing the outcome in advance.Download the iOS version.Download the Android version.The Overwatch League and Twitch are also developing innovative rewards and other programs for fans, which will bestow the league’s most steadfast viewers with unique Overwatch League in-game items with exclusives. More details about insider content and additional rewards for the biggest fans, as well as Cheering with Overwatch League Cheermotes, will be announced as they become available. The matches will be broadcast on multiple channels with three different languages: English, French, and Korean.When: Here is the schedule for the first week of the first stage, which runs from January 10 to January 13 (times are in PST).January 10, Wednesday4PM - San Francisco Shock versus Los Angeles Valiant6PM - Shanghai Dragons versus Los Angeles Gladiators8PM - Dallas Fuel versus Seoul DynastyJanuary 11, Thursday2PM - London Spitfire versus Florida Mayhem4PM - Philadelphia Fusion versus Houston Outlaws6PM - Boston Uprising versus New York ExcelsiorJanuary 12, Friday4PM - Los Angeles Valiant versus Dallas Fuel6PM - Florida Mayhem versus Boston Uprising8PM - San Francisco Shock versus Shanghai DragonsJanuary 13, Saturday11AM - London Spitfire versus Philadelphia Fusion1PM - New York Excelsior versus Houston Outlaws3PM - Seoul Dynasty versus Los Angeles GladiatorsClick here to learn more about Overwatch League including facts about the season structure, how to buy tickets, and what apps you can download. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
Hyperkin is known for its lineup of retro consoles and introducing new ways to play old games. At CES 2018, the company revealed a prototype of the Ultra GB, which plays Nintendo Game Boy games using the original cartridges.The Ultra GB shares a similar design to the Game Boy Pocket, but it's built with an aluminum body and a front-lit screen. Button layout and ergonomics remain the same as the old handheld, though. You'll find the volume control and power switch in same place as the original Game Boy. While the concept design has a blue tint to the screen, Hyperkin is adding an RGB wheel to change the screen's color tint in the final model.The prototype Ultra GB has a DC power connector, but the final version will charge through a USB-C port. There's also a link cable port to maintain the multiplayer capabilities of some Game Boy games. Stereo audio is another big feature on the Ultra GB, which was implemented with Chiptune musicians in mind.The Hyperkin Ultra GB prototype running Pokemon Blue.Hyperkin hasn't given a release date for the Ultra GB just yet but stated that it's aiming to launch by the end of the year. A price hasn't been set either, but the company said it's likely to be under $100 USD. A near-final build will be shown off in June at E3 this year.With the wild popularity of gaming's past, seen with the NES Classic and SNES Classic, it seems a return of the old handhelds is in order. We've covered some of Hyperkin's products in the past like the SaveWizard for PS4, the retro-style X91 Xbox One controller, and Retron HD that plays NES games.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-11
The regular season of the inaugural year of the Overwatch League begins this week. As the premiere esports circuit for the game, it's a massive undertaking by Blizzard, an entire year in the making. It'll feature over 100 players from around the world, with 12 areas playing host to them: Boston, Dallas, Florida, Houston, London, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seoul, Shanghai, and two in Los Angeles. Whether you're an avid Overwatch fan or a curious onlooker who has never escorted a payload, our explainer provides essential facts, from how the season will flow to how you can watch the matches in person. We also have a guide on how to watch Overwatch League online.How is the season structured? The regular season, which begins on December 10, consists of four stages. Each stage lasts five weeks, with the final one ending on June 16. Incidentally, this end date is the Saturday after the E3 Expo. The first part of the Overwatch League schedule kicks off on January 10.What are the big prizes? The prize pool awarded at the end of each stage is $125,000. The Overwatch League champions will be awarded $1,000,000.Where is the tournament held? Blizzard opened an arena in Burbank, where all the Overwatch League matches will be held. This state-of-the-art facility features multiple sound stages, control rooms, player lounges, and even a Blizzard merchandise store. The arena already played host to the Overwatch Contenders matches and the Hearthstone Championship Tour.How can I get tickets? You can buy tickets here.How much are the tickets?$20 for the weekday (half day) events; begins at 4PM$30 for the weekend (full day) events; begins at 11AMThe first day of regular season is sold out.How can I track the season progress outside of overwatchleague.com? You track your favorite teams, keep up with league news, and set alerts using the Overwatch League app. You can even customize spoiler settings so you can watch completed matches without knowing the outcome in advance.Download the iOS version.Download the Android version.Are there new skins? Blizzard has released a new Overwatch update which, among other things, adds new skins. A lot of skins. There are 312 in all, with each character getting one for each of the League teams. You can see all of the new skins in our gallery, and you'll be able to snag one for free. You'll have to purchase others; you can read more about how you get the new skins here.How many teams and divisions are there? There are 12 teams, split evenly into two divisions. They're made up predominantly of American teams, although the players come from all over the world. Mirroring the NFL, there are two Los Angeles teams, the Gladiators and Valiant. There also three international teams, the London Spitfire, the Seoul Dynasty, and the Shanghai Dragons.Atlantic DivisionBoston UprisingFlorida MayhemHouston OutlawsLondon SpitfireNew York ExcelsiorPhiladelphia FusionPacific DivisionDallas FuelLos Angeles GladiatorsLos Angeles ValiantSan Francisco ShockSeoul DynastyShanghai DragonsCheck out our gallery where you can learn about the teams' backgrounds, ownership info, and other fun facts.Here Is How, Where, And When You Can Catch Overwatch LeagueEverything You Need To Know About Overwatch LeagueAll The Overwatch League Season 1 Rosters, Teams, And PlayersInfo from Gamespot.com
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