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2018-05-10
Blizzard has kicked off a limited-time Overwatch event to help fund breast cancer research. The centerpiece of the effort is a Pink Mercy skin available for $15, with 100% of proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Blizzard has committed to a guaranteed minimum donation of $250,000, and it will update players with a final tally if it surpasses that amount. Pink Mercy will be available through May 21.But the charity drive actually has a lot more to it than the skin alone. A limited-edition Pink Mercy t-shirt is available for $30, and 100% of those proceeds will go to the BCRF too. Logging on anytime during the promotional period will get you a player icon, and watching charity streams can earn you up to four special sprays (pictured below) and another icon. You can check out the full list of charity streams through the Blizzard site. Be sure to link your Twitch and Blizzard accounts to be eligible for the sprays.Blizzard has been known to release special in-game items for charity, like when World of Warcraft released a special pet for Red Cross disaster relief or Hearthstone's alternate Mage hero for the World Wildlife Fund. Mercy's pink duds are a nod to the color of breast care awareness ribbons and iconography used by organizations like the BCRF.The most recent Overwatch update added a new Rialto map, an Escort mission set in Venice, Italy. That also served as the release for some big hero changes that had been previewed in the public test realm, most notably to Hanzo.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Activision will finally pull back the curtain on Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 in just a few days, but in the meantime, developer Treyarch continues to drop hints about the game on social media. This time, Treyarch sent out a cryptic tweet that again seems to confirm Zombies mode will return in this year's Call of Duty.The tweet, which you can see below, simply reads, "So it begins..." and is followed by "#Zombies." However, the most intriguing aspect of the tweet is the accompanying image, which shows what appears to be a zombie-like character putting on a mask, with the words "Mankind's reckoning will be its salvation" lining the bottom of the image.So it begins. . . #Zombies pic.twitter.com/XNx0w8TGcJ — Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) May 9, 2018This isn't the first we've heard about Zombies mode potentially returning in Black Ops 4. Earlier this week, the official E3 Twitter account apparently outed the mode in a tweet about an E3 Coliseum talk with Treyarch. "What's lurking around the corner of Treyarch's next Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies experience? Come hear the history of Call of Duty Zombies from the creators themselves at E3Coliseum!" the tweet reads.Activision and Treyarch have teased other features that could be returning in Black Ops 4. A couple of weeks ago, Treyarch tweeted an image of a screen that simply says "10/10," suggesting it may bring back the popular Pick 10 system. It also hinted that perks and scorestreaks will remain in the game.Outside of that, there's little that we know about Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Activision has confirmed that the game will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 12--nearly a full month earlier than Call of Duty games typically launch. We'll get our first look at the game next week when Activision hosts the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Community Reveal Event. That takes place on Thursday, May 17, at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
The first Tuesday of the month has arrived, which means a new set of PS4, PS3, and PS Vita games is now available for PlayStation Plus members to download for free. You have six games waiting for you across all systems for May 2018, but because several of them are Cross-Buy, you'll get three games for PS4.This month's PS4 offerings are headlined by Beyond: Two Souls, a game from Quantic Dream, the makers of this month's big PS4 exclusive, Detroit: Become Human. Like Detroit, Beyond: Two Souls is a cinematic, narrative-driven game whose plot largely hinges around the choices you make. May's other free PS4 game is the stylish, well-received platformer Rayman Legends.Over on PS3, you get the action RPG Risen 3: Titan Lords as well as the arcade-style game Eat Them, which has you design a monster and use it to go wreck a city. PS Vita owners can download the similarly destruction-based game King Oddball and the physics puzzle game Furmins. King Oddball supports Cross-Buy and is playable on PS3 and PS4 as well.All of these games are free to download until Tuesday, June 5, and you can play them as long as you have an active PS Plus membership. You can download the games from your PlayStation device, or from the web-based PlayStation Store.May 2018 PS Plus Games LineupPS4Beyond: Two SoulsKing OddballRayman LegendsPS3Eat ThemKing OddballRisen 3: Titan LordsVitaFurminsKing OddballInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
You can now dress up like everyone's favorite paranormal mercenary thanks to a new Monster Hunter World event. The latest in Capcom's cross-promotional quests lets you play as Dante, if you're able to grind out enough materials from a relatively tough battle on PS4 and Xbox One.The official Twitter account announced the new events. Dante is tied to the "Code: Red" event, a rank 14 Arena quest that has you slaying Anjanath, Odogaron, Rathalos, Teostra. Beating them all will net you Red Orbs, a special material used to craft Dante's equipment. Each individual piece of armor needs one Red Orb, and his signature Devil Sword needs two, so you'll need seven in all to get the full look. The full armor set is called Dante α, and his sword is a Charge Blade. The event quest will be available until May 10 at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET. The Monster Hunter series has been known for featuring cameos of other popular Capcom properties, and World is no different. Only a few months into release the company has already released special quests allowing you to dress your Palico like Mega Man and earn armor to look like various Street Fighter characters. This all follows a PS4-exclusive quest to look like Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn, so the company is free to spread the love to other series as well.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Twitch Prime is like the gift that keeps on giving. Each month, Twitch users with Amazon Prime get numerous freebies, ranging from free games to free in-game items--including free Fortnite gear. Epic Games has just announced Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #2, which includes exclusive free cosmetics and other items for Fortnite players with Twitch/Amazon Prime subscriptions. Here's what you'll get and how to get it.Starting May 9, Twitch Prime subscribers will be able to grab Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #2. To claim your pack, link your Epic and Twitch accounts, then click on the crown next to the search bar on Twitch. Here's what you'll receive:Exclusive Battle Royale Trailblazer OutfitExclusive Battle Royale True North Back BlingExclusive Battle Royale Tenderizer PickaxeExclusive Battle Royale Freestylin' EmoteNote that, according to Epic's announcement, "While you can only claim your Twitch Prime loot on a single platform (PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One), your content is shared and available to use across PC/console and mobile, as long as you use the same Epic account. Content is not shared between Xbox One and PS4, even if you use the same Epic account."Now is a good time to hop into Fortnite, thanks to the arrival of Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War. If you'd like some help completing this week's challenges, be sure to check out our guide to Fortnite's challenges for Week 2 of Season 4.And if you haven't claimed Fortnite Twitch Prime Pack #1, you still can. Plus you can still grab free Twitch Prime PC games for May--which include games like Gone Home and Psychonauts. While you're at it, you can pick up some free Heroes of the Storm loot as well. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Nintendo has confirmed that Virtual Console will not return on Switch. In a statement to GameSpot, the company said, "There are currently no plans to bring classic games together under the Virtual Console banner as has been done on other Nintendo systems."In lieu of the Virtual Console, Nintendo will offer a program called "NES - Nintendo Switch Online." As one of the benefits for subscribing to Switch's upcoming paid online service, players will have access to a library of classic NES games, all of which will feature enhancements such as online play. At launch, the service will feature 20 games, including classics like Super Mario Bros. 3 and The Legend of Zelda. Nintendo says that additional titles will be added to the library regularly.The Virtual Console line debuted back in 2006 on Wii and has been available on each of Nintendo's subsequent consoles. The line encompassed titles from Nintendo legacy systems such as the Super NES and N64, although each platform has a different Virtual Console catalog; for instance, Game Boy Advance Virtual Console games could only be purchased on Wii U, while Genesis and TurboGrafx-16 games were released on Wii.Despite the apparent end of the Virtual Console brand, that doesn't necessarily mean that Nintendo's other legacy games won't appear on Switch in some form. "There are a variety of ways in which classic games from Nintendo and other publishers are made available on Nintendo Switch, such as through Nintendo Entertainment System - Nintendo Switch Online, Nintendo eShop, or as packaged collections," Nintendo told GameSpot.One such example is Sega Ages, a line of classic Sega games coming to the Switch Eshop this summer. Hamster has also released an extensive selection of Arcade Archives games, including a handful of Nintendo's own arcade titles, such as VS. Super Mario Bros. and the original arcade version of Punch-Out.The Switch online service launches in September. Along with access to the NES - Nintendo Switch Online collection, it lets subscribers back up their game data via cloud saves and will be required to play many games like Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Tennis Aces, and Sushi Striker online. Players will not need a subscription to continue playing 3DS and Wii U games online.Subscriptions for the online service will be available for one month (US $4 / £3.49 / AU $6), three months (US $8 / £7 / AU $12), and one year (US $20 / £18 / AU $30). Nintendo will also offer a Family Plan for US $35 / £31.49 / AU $55, which allows subscribers to invite up to seven other Nintendo Account holders into their family group, even across multiple Switch systems.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
A dysfunctional family isn't a particularly original source of horror, and Hereditary doesn't blow the genre open with some revolutionary new take. It's just gripping, white-knuckled, old school horror that never, over more than two hours, lets you get comfortable for long, despite the familiarity of its themes and tropes.How do you deal with grief? It's different for everyone, and if you've never experienced a major loss, you can't really know how you'll respond. Some people blame themselves; others lash out at loved ones; some people close up and just try to keep it together. The reactions of the Graham family--Toni Collette's Annie, Gabriel Byrne's Steve, Alex Wolff's Peter, and Milly Shapiro's Charlie--run the gamut when Annie's mother (Peter and Charlie's grandmother) dies. The tragedy slowly unravels them, but it's not the only factor, and they're not free from blame themselves.Hereditary takes its major cues from classic horror movies like The Shining and Rosemary's Baby. In terms of contemporaries, it has plenty in common with The Babadook. The Grahams' house, full of dark wood paneling and darker hallways, is impeccably designed for maximum claustrophobic horror. A treehouse glimpsed from bedroom windows, lit space heater red, resembles nothing more than a smoldering furnace, summoning thoughts of cremation. Like all great horror, Hereditary is full of tiny details, foreshadowing, and hints that give it a sense of inevitability. It will benefit from multiple viewings. That's if you have the constitution. Hereditary isn't a gratuitous slasher or gore fest, but it will test your mettle nevertheless. Its structure is unpredictable for a horror movie; every time you think the build-up will finally give way to all-out terror, the movie instead dips into another tense lull. There's no slow build to a chaotic final act, because it's all build, and it never lets up.Hereditary can feel slow at times, but it always snaps you back to attention. At one point in my screening, the woman sitting next to me screamed, "Oh, god, no!!" at the top her lungs--and that was in the first act. When it's over, there's no catharsis. You won't gratefully let out a huge breath you didn't know you were holding. You'll still be holding it as you leave the theater. The horror doesn't come from jump scares, of which there are very few. It's more the sense of reality coming undone--of forces beyond control manipulating the characters into acts of self-destruction. Hereditary isn't overly concerned with its own metaphors, but it does leave things open to interpretation.Nuanced performances from the leads sell every moment of it. Wolff turns in a very different performance than in last year's Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, while Milly Shapiro hides a lot of complexity behind her distinctive mask of a face. She plays a 13-year-old girl, but you're never quite sure how much she knows--whether she's in on the overarching plot, or simply another victim of it. Ann Dowd supports by doing what she does best--layering meaning and menace under things that sound benign on the surface, much as she does in The Handmaid's Tale. As the bereaved family matriarch, Collette plays out all possible versions of the story at once: Is this all really happening, or is it a grief-induced breakdown? Does she love her family, or hate them, or a little bit of both? As the supernatural scares become more prominent, those questions get harder to answer. But it's a gradual shift. Afterward, you won't know quite how to process what you've just seen. But if you love great horror, you'll be dying to see it again.Hereditary hits theaters June 8.The GoodThe BadUnpredictable pacingCan feel slow toward the beginningComplex lead performancesRelies on some familiar tropesDetailed set and visual design Consistently, shockingly scary Good balance between plot and metaphor Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
It looks Microsoft may be opening a new studio and working on a new IP, if a recently discovered job advertisement is anything to go on. A since-removed job posting spotted by Variety is looking for a principal program manager to run a new studio in Santa Monica, California. A desirable candidate will have a "a knowledge and understanding of the process of building new IP."Additionally, this person will have "experience shipping high quality titles at AAAA standards" and at least 10 years worth of experience in the gaming business. At least four of those years should have been spent in a lead/executive producer level or above, the listing states. What's more, the job ad said a desirable candidate will have "live ops and multiplayer experience."GameRant reports that the person who gets the job will "hire and grow internal studio talent to build teams and culture." The studio will apparently be making a "new franchise." All of this wording makes it sound like the project and studio are only just getting off the ground. Still, it's exciting to think about Microsoft building a new studio and franchise. Microsoft is often criticised for a perceived lack of first-party games relative to Sony, so this move could be Microsoft attempting to address that--even if it doesn't really believe it has a deficit relative to Sony.The discovery of this job ad comes not long after Microsoft announced the hiring of former Tomb Raider boss Darrell Gallagher. Intriguingly, Gallagher's last job before Microsoft was with Activision, which is based in Santa Monica. It is unclear, however, if Gallagher is connected to Microsoft's new studio there. Gallagher and other Microsoft executives are teasing news for E3 2018, so it may not be much longer until we find out what the company may have in store.The Xbox E3 2018 briefing takes place on Sunday, June 11. There will also be briefings from Sony, Bethesda, EA, Ubisoft, and others--here is the full schedule so far.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Avengers 4 is going to close the book on the current arc of the team set up in Infinity War and pave the way for a new superhero franchise in the Marvel universe, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger. But that doesn't mean we won't see more Avengers movies at some point."We meet on a regular basis with our Marvel team, and we've plotted out Marvel movies that will take us well into the next decade," Iger said in an investment call, reports THR. "I'm guessing we will try our hand at what I'll call a new franchise beyond Avengers, but that doesn't necessarily mean you won't see more Avengers down the road. We just haven't made any announcements about that." He went on to say that "given the popularity of the characters and given the popularity of the franchise, I don't think people should conclude there will never be another Avengers movie."Iger didn't show his cards at what the future franchise might be, but he did say we'll see a "significant conclusion" to the storyline that began with the original Iron Man. A sequel to Spider-Man Homecoming has been slated for July 5, 2019, and the next Guardians of the Galaxy is loosely set for sometime in 2020. Other than those two, Marvel is keeping a tight wrap on its plans. It has a whopping nine dates set for untitled Marvel movies through 2022.Before all that, though, we have a few more Marvel films to set the stage. Ant-Man and the Wasp is coming July 6. Then Captain Marvel is coming March 8, 2019, which should lead directly into Avengers 4.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
A lot of people die on the acclaimed HBO show Game of Thrones, and this trend is expected to continue with the upcoming eighth and final season in 2019.But which characters specifically will bite the dust? A data scientist, Taylor Larkin of Boston-based DataRobot, has created a very involved algorithm that aims to answer the question. You can read Larkin's incredibly in-depth and jargon-heavy methodology here, but in short, he looked at 2,000 characters from A Son of Ice and Fire and factored in their characteristics. These include gender, age, house, nobility status, and how other family members have died. Using this criteria, and factoring out characters who have already died, Larkin's modeling showed that You can see the results below, as compiled by Entertainment Weekly. Daenerys Targaryen – 83.77% chance of deathJaime Lannister – 72.91% chance of deathTyrion Lannister – 70.76% chance of deathBran Stark – 66.02% chance of deathCersei Lannister – 60.39% chance of deathJon Snow – 58.99% chance of deathEuron Greyjoy – 54.95% chance of deathSansa Stark – 50.28% chance of deathArya Stark – 49.04% chance of deathGendry – 39.87% chance of deathLarkin submitted some notes on the results, saying it's interesting to see how someone already having dead relatives upped their own chance of perishing. He also noted that males are also more at risk of dying, while the Lannister siblings are in a dicey situation to their relative old age. Larkin also stressed that of course his analysis is not necessarily predictive of anything that will actually happen. "While it's a fun exercise to use book details to predict future plot points in the show, it's ultimately going to be the showrunners who decide the fate of Westeros and all those who are involved," he said.Game of Thrones Season 8 premieres sometime in 2019. There are six episodes in all, which doesn't sound like many, but remember that they might all be as long as movies. In other news, we recently learned about a battle scene that took 55 nights to shoot.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Both Nintendo and Sony have announced changes to their warranty policy, following a stern warning from the Federal Trade Commission. USGamer reports that both companies have issued updates to their warranty. Both companies have issued new warranty guidelines that now says they're only voided by damage caused by third-party products or services, not mere use of them.The FTC had also particularly pointed out a problematic sticker that acted as a seal against opening the PlayStation 4. Sony has changed the language that previously suggested removing the sticker would void the warranty itself. Like the other change, the warning now says the warranty does not apply to damage caused by opening the products or third-party service providers.The FTC had previously warned both console manufacturers, along with Microsoft and other hardware makers Asus and HTC, against certain language in their warranties. The companies had been telling customers that opening or using third-party repair services would void the warranty, which the FTC took issue with. Doing so is an apparent violation of the 1975 Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.So far Microsoft does not appear to have complied. Opening your console is still listed among the warranty exclusions for the Xbox One on the official site. Each of the companies mentioned does have 30 days from the issuance of the warning, though, so Microsoft still has time to comply.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Marvel's Luke Cage has a date with Netflix, and the streaming studio has released its debut trailer for the second season. After the events of The Defenders, Luke has gone back to Harlem as a hometown hero. It isn't long before his celebrity attracts unwanted attention from another man, who also happens to be bulletproof. The trailer also hints at a continuing working (and flirty) relationship with Misty Knight.Continuing the trend, the snake-themed villain this time around appears to be Bushmaster, a super-powered crime boss in Marvel continuity. On the whole the season appears to add a bit more levity than the first, along with some science-fiction zaniness like Misty's robotic arm. It's coming on June 22.The Marvel Netflix universe has been one of mixed results. The big team-up feature The Defenders was notable mostly for finally ending a plotline that had gone too long already, and Iron Fist was generally panned. The most recent addition was season 2 of Jessica Jones, which had a stellar first season but slowed down for the second.Despite ostensibly taking place in the same world as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and occasionally casually referencing big events like the Battle of New York, the Netflix series are kept corralled in their own storytelling space. That means that the street-level heroes that make up the Defenders team--Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage--were nowhere to be found in the mega-blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War. That movie broke more records over the weekend, becoming the quickest movie ever to reach $1 billion.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Nintendo has finally unveiled its plans for the Switch online service, complete with cloud saves and some retro games. But what if you own two or three Switches? Nintendo says it will also be offering a family membership, which will allow up to eight accounts on a single membership.As opposed to a basic membership that's limited to one account, all of the accounts under a family membership can enjoy the benefits, even if they're on different systems. The family plan will cost $35 / £31.49 / AU $55, which is less than the cost of two regular memberships together. You can start creating a family group on May 15 to prepare.The benefits of the online service include cloud saves, a selection of 20 NES games, and access to online play for all Switch games. Online play for Switch games has been available for free, but that will change in September when the service launches. The single account membership is available for one month (US $4 / £3.49 / AU $6), three months (US $8 / £7 / AU $12), and 12 months (US $20 / £18 / AU $30).Nintendo has announced 10 retro NES games so far, with the other ten to be announced at a future date. They've undergone some tweaks to make them online-enabled as well. The initial ten are:SoccerTennisDonkey KongMario Bros.Super Mario Bros.Balloon FightIce ClimberDr. MarioThe Legend of ZeldaSuper Mario Bros. 3Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Fortnite generated a lot of speculation and attention from its month-long tease of an impending comet crash, and it appears Epic is already trying to stir up another community mystery. This time, players have noticed an isolated hatch deep in the woods. It does nothing, but chances are Epic has bigger plans than simply inserting a mysterious door in the ground in the middle of nowhere.IGN reports that the hatch is indestructible and marked with graffiti scribbles that may be clues. One Reddit user looked inside the hatch with the replay tool and found only a big slab of rock. Whatever purpose it will serve, Epic isn't spilling the beans that easily. You can find the hatch in the Wailing Woods; here are some screenshots we captured of it:The parallels to the TV show Lost seem intentional. It had a special penchant for teasing big mysteries and the second season revolved largely around a sealed hatch in the middle of the woods. As the mystery unfolded, the hatch was revealed to be one of several stations once operated by a research group that was running experiments on the island's unique properties.Last month, Fortnite spent weeks slowly teasing a comet that appeared to be growing larger in the night sky as time went on. It eventually collided with the map, taking out Dusty Depot and creating Dusty Divot in its place. The impact also seems to have uncovered several secret bases related to the new superheroes and villains motif. Meanwhile, the popular villain du jour Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War has been added to the game. But as you might expect from one wielding a cosmic glove to control everything, he was a little unbalanced and got hit with a nerf immediately.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-10
Nintendo has announced a new Nintendo Switch peripheral. An adjustable charging stand for the hybrid console is coming in July for $20 ($30 AUD), the company announced today. Why would you want one? Nintendo says it will help you "enjoy longer play sessions in tabletop mode.The Switch's charging port is on the bottom of the system, and that makes it difficult to charge while playing in tabletop mode with the kickstand. With the adjustable charging stand you can play while charging so you can stay in the action longer if you want. Additionally, you can adjust the angle of the stand to one that suits your preferred viewing angle. Here's what it looks like: This announcement comes just ahead of E3 2018, where Nintendo plans to show off lots more of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch. Whereas last year Nintendo focused heavily on Super Mario Odyssey, this year the spotlight is understandably going to Smash. The game launches later this year, and it's expected to help Switch sales improve further still.The Switch has sold 17.79 million units by Nintendo's latest count. Nintendo plans to sell 20 million more during this fiscal year.Do you think you'll pick up the new adjustable charging stand? What other accessories for the system would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below! Info from Gamespot.com
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