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2019-06-25
Destiny 2 developer Bungie took part in a charity fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and raised a massive $400,000 in the process. The organizers of the fundraiser noted that at the time it was the largest single block ever for its annual marathon fundraiser, which surpassed its millions-strong goal this year.The note came from the official GuardianCon Twitter, which thanked the studio for its participation. GuardianCon is held every summer in Florida, and began as a meetup for Destiny fans. It has grown to raise millions for St. Jude's. This year it set an ambitious goal of $3 million, and has exceeded that with more than $3.7 million so far.St. Jude is a pediatric research institute focused primarily on childhood leukemia and other cancers. It is known for admitting patience at no cost, and its research has helped increase survival rates for certain kinds of childhood cancers.Destiny 2 is currently preparing for its Shadowkeep expansion, which will change microtransactions and set a new path for how the game handles expansions going forward. The game and its Shadowkeep expansion will also be part of Google Stadia's premium subscription service for a limited time, and Bungie will be launching cross-saves on all platforms this fall so you can take your Guardian anywhere.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
It's the last full week of June, but if you're a subscriber to Netflix, there is still at least one big movie to get excited for before July's releases roll around. So if you missed it in the theaters, you have a chance to watch Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.That's right, on Wednesday, Into the Spider-Verse arrives on Netflix, and the animated film is one of the most enjoyable origin stories to come out of superhero movies. It follows Miles Morales, a kid from Brooklyn who gets bit by a radioactive spider, develops super-powers, then realizes there are more spider-powered beings hanging about. In her review, GameSpot's Meg Downey said, "It manages to blow right past the dangers of sinking into after school special territory by believing wholeheartedly in its own message and delivering it with appropriately genuine stakes. The end result is an instant animated classic, and, with any luck, the first of many of its kind."There are a few returning originals to check out as well. Dope returns on Friday for a third season, along with Instant Hotel: Season 2, but if you're into anime, you'll probably want to check out 7Seeds. The Netflix original follows a group of young adults who were chosen to help humanity survive on a planet that's completely changed. Also recently released on Netflix was Neon Genesis Evangelion, and the streaming service made a few changes to the original, like switching some of the music and cutting out some other things for unknown reasons.Below, you'll find everything coming to Netflix this week. And next week, the show everyone has been waiting for finally arrives. On Thursday, July 4, Season 3 of Netflix's acclaimed series Stranger Things returns. GameSpot's Chris E. Hayner and Dan Auty recently went through the first and second season to give you a heads up of where everyone left off, so you're all caught up for Season 3.New To Netflix This WeekMonday, June 24Forest of Piano: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ANIMETuesday, June 25Mike Epps: Only One Mike -- NETFLIX ORIGINALWednesday, June 26The GolemSpider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseThe ZookeeperThursday, June 27Answer for Heaven -- NETFLIX ORIGINALFriday, June 2820th Century Women7SEEDS -- NETFLIX ANIMEDope: Season 3 -- NETFLIX ORIGINALExhibit A -- NETFLIX ORIGINALInstant Hotel: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ORIGINALMotown Magic: Season 2 -- NETFLIX FAMILYPaquita Salas: Season 3 -- NETFLIX ORIGINALThe Chosen One -- NETFLIX ORIGINALSaturday, June 29Scare Tactics: Seasons 4 & 5Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
When thinking about a game adaption of the incredibly popular John Wick films, Bithell Games might not be the developer that first comes to mind. Co-founder Mike Bithell and his team are known for emotion-tinged platformers, old-school stealth adventures, and interactive narrative stories. Appropriately so, Bithell Games chose an unexpected target for its John Wick mission: a turn-based strategy that feels like a mash-up of XCOM and SuperHot.We sat down with Mike Bithell after playing his new game for the first time, and dove into how he secured the project and ultimately convinced Lionsgate to go along with his vision. John Wick Hex will launch on PC (exclusively through Epic Games Store first) and MacOS, and does not yet have a release date.GameSpot: Were you approached, or did you approach someone to make a John Wick game. What was the first idea for the project?Mike Bithell: They were like "we need Thomas was Alone's creator to reinvigorate projects." [Laughs] No, it was interesting. So basically Good Shepherd, who's the publisher, and Lionsgate movies, they were already talking about doing something with John Wick. Lionsgate's whole thing with John Wick is they still see it as the weird Indy movie that did good. It's growing and doing so big so they specifically want to do interesting John Wick games, they don't want to just do straightforward person action kind of things.So not recreate the movies?Well, they want to recreate the movies but with creativity. The thing with third-person shooters, just as an aside, is that I'm a clumsy idiot. When I play a third person shooter, I can be in a suit but I'm going to be just running around aimlessly firing. It's not John Wick.So, going into that strategy thing, lets you do the whole think-and-react thing and work your way through a space. But to go back to your answer, they were thinking: how do we do this more interestingly? They bring in Ben, who is the producer, and they say, "go find something to do this," basically. And me and Ben, just a couple of weeks before, watched John Wick around my place--we go way back--he was like, "what would you do with John Wick?" And I said a strategy game, because to me that's the only way to capture that character. Completely expecting that to be the end of the conversation.But he got back to me and said, "well, make a prototype and see if it's fun," and it just went from there. And when Lionsgate saw it, they were super into it, they loved the idea of doing something like this with [John Wick]. The turning point was when I showed it to a guy called Jason Constantine, who's the executive producer on the John Wick franchise of Lionsgate. The whole of this most important meeting, I'm in a room that looks like something out of Entourage. Lots of glass, they love glass [laughs]. And I'm at one end of this table, he's at the other, it's very scary and I just demoed this game, which at that point, was kind of this XCOM with one character kind of thing, like what you expect from [Hex] until you play it.And he said, "Why does John keep waiting? Like, John Wick does not wait his turn, he just fights". And I was like," Jason, the turn-based strategy games, that's how they work". And I literally load up YouTube and put one of these kinds of games up on the screen, and I'm like, "look they're waiting..."Did you show him Mario + Rabbids?I showed him everything.That's funny to think about.I was like, "they're waiting their turn, it's fine". And about halfway through that sentence, I am explaining to an executive why John Wick is letting people shoot him in the face. It's just gone terribly wrong. And I went back from that trip and just got chatting to Nick over there who's the lead coder and co-designer, and was like, "we can't do turn-based John Wick. This sucks. It's just not how you capture that gameplay". And that was the point where that timeline you saw came from and we called it timeline strategy, I don't know if that's what we'll end up calling it, but that's lovely.And that idea of making it, giving you the time to think through a choice, but also making it so that everything's concurrent and everything's coming together nicely. So it becomes a game about finding your chance and you're not just letting everyone shoot you in the face. What's really cool about it and what excites me about it is that as you get more and more acquainted with it and understand it's systems more, it gets faster. It moves at the speed you think.That was the moment where it all started to come together. We kept collaborating throughout the process, working with Chad, the director of movies, who came up with fog of war. I credit him entirely for that.But that's what's fun, that was what was so cool with Chad, because Chad doesn't play video games but he obviously gets everything about fight choreography and how you tell a story through an action scene. And working with him, with those different languages, finding where the overlaps were, that was so much fun.What sort of rope has Lionsgate given you to build on the John Wick mythology? And where does Hex sit on the timeline?Mike: They've been awesome. They're really good collaborators. They give us the freedom to make the choices. Ultimately, it's similar to how we design our own choices. They've given us all the information so that we don't come to them with stupid ideas. Very short version. It's a collaboration and we've definitely pushed some things in interesting directions, you're going to be surprised by some stuff, stuff I'm not allowed to talk about right now, but there's some stuff in there that will be cool and surprising. But yeah, on the whole the focus for us has been to expand their universe in a way that's respectful. And they've responded well to that.I can't think of a time they told us not to do something we want to do. Just, we've asked for things that are cool, and they've gone, yes. And Hex takes place before Helen.So it's during John's time as a prolific assassin?That could be a logical answer to the question, but I can't give away any details about that right now. Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
It's time to plan a trip to Target: This week, the retailer is offering 30% off select PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games if you select "Order Pick-up" at checkout, meaning you'll have to go into your local Target store to pick it up rather than having it shipped to your home. In the era of free, fast online shipping, that's kind of a drag if you don't have a store nearby, but if you don't live too far from a Target, here's an easy way to save yourself a significant amount on new games.The Target 30% off sale encompasses over 400 games, from first-party Nintendo games to PS4 exclusives and Xbox One hits. Some of the most notable deals include Devil May Cry 5 for $35, Kingdom Hearts 3 for $24.50, Mortal Kombat 11 for $35, and Resident Evil 2 for $28. You can also grab Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice for only $33.60, Rage 2 for $35, and Days Gone for $42.See the full list of eligible games at Target and some of our picks below (discount price reflected). The following deals will expire after June 29.Anthem -- $21Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneCivilization VI -- $35Get it on SwitchCrash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled -- $28Get it on SwitchGet it on PS4Days Gone -- $42Get it on PS4Devil May Cry 5 -- $35 (PS4) / $42 (Xbox One)Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneThe Division 2 -- $42Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneDonkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze -- $35Get it on SwitchForza Horizon 4 -- $29.74Get it on Xbox OneGod of War -- $28Get it on PS4Just Dance 2019 -- $21Get it on SwitchKingdom Hearts 3 -- $24.50Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneMario Kart 8 Deluxe -- $35Get it on SwitchMario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle -- $21Get it on SwitchMario Tennis Aces -- $35Get it on SwitchMarvel's Spider-Man -- $28Get it on PS4Metro Exodus -- $42 (PS4) / $35 (Xbox One)Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneMLB The Show 19 -- $42Get it on PS4Monster Hunter World -- $16Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneMortal Kombat 11 -- $35Get it on SwitchGet it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneNBA 2K19 -- $20 (Switch) / $42 (PS4, Xbox One)Get it on SwitchGet it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneRage 2 -- $35Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneRed Dead Redemption 2 -- $42 (PS4) / $37.80 (Xbox One)Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneResident Evil 2 -- $28Get it on PS4Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice -- $33.60Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneSonic Mania Plus -- $21Get it on SwitchGet it on Xbox OneSpyro Reignited Trilogy -- $28 (PS4) / $21 (Xbox One)Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneSuper Mario Party -- $35Get it on SwitchTeam Sonic Racing -- $28Get it on SwitchGet it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneXCOM 2 Collection -- $28Get it on PS4Get it on Xbox OneInfo from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
There was no doubt a sequel would be in the works when Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse won both the Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature back in early 2019. But even despite the $375.5 million it has earned, there's now definitive confirmation a sequel is "definitely" coming.Producer Amy Pascal told io9 her team is back in the lab. "We are definitely hard at work on the sequel." No release date or window was provided, nor did she divulge details about what's to come in the Spider-Verse sequel. We're only left with the news that we can "expect another movie.""Going forward, if there are more movies, I'm sure there will be more surprises," co-director Rodney Rothman told GameSpot at the film's digital and Blu-ray release in March 2019, stating that an Australian Spider-Man was cut from Spider-Verse. In addition to more Spideys, we may see previous Peter Parker's Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man series) and Tobey Maguire (the original Spider-Man trilogy) in the Spider-Verse sequel. Producer Chris Miller said their appearance was something the team "definitely talked about, more than once, and decided that ultimately, there are many more opportunities in the future."Pascal served as a producer on the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home--scheduled to debut in theatres on July 2--as well as other recent spider-related projects like Spider-Man: Homecoming, Venom, and The Girl in the Spider's Web. Pascal also has production credits on Greta Gerwig's upcoming coming-of-age period drama Little Women, slated to premiere on December 25.In our Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse review, we said, "It manages to blow right past the dangers of sinking into after school special territory by believing wholeheartedly in its own message and delivering it with appropriately genuine stakes. The end result is an instant animated classic, and, with any luck, the first of many of its kind."Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
A fix to an exotic weapon in Destiny 2 is likely slated for July, but the timing is uncertain right now because the studio is weighing its culture and work-life balance.Game director Luke Smith answered a question about a fix to the Lord of Wolves weapon in a livestream for the charity convention GuardianCon. He suggested that while the studio could use a patch that's already near-finalized to add the weapon fix as well, that might be too difficult on the studio."We're looking at this summer, something like July," Smith said. "We have a patch that we're readying right now, the patch is going to come out in a couple weeks. We could take the patch off the patch factory, more or less, and ask people to work super long and add this thing in. And we're having the conversation that, 'Is it worth doing that or is it better to preserve the work-life balance and ship it later in July.'"He went on to say that the cost-benefit analysis of working long hours is complex, and the studio doesn't like to take patches out of release candidates very often. In fact, he said, the studio just did it for a different feature, and he's not sure if it's healthy for the studio to do it back-to-back.The Lord of Wolves weapon had an adjustment that made it much more powerful than intended, which makes it imbalanced in the PvP Crucible mode.Working long hours at a game studio to meet a release target is known as crunch. Development crunch has been a hotly discussed topic in the industry recently, with one such subject being an ongoing crunch mode at live games like Fortnite. Studios have been opening up more about their culture and attempts to stave off crunch, and with this Bungie has indicated that it uses the strategy but tries to limit it.The GuardianCon fundraiser, meanwhile, brought in well over $3 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, with a boost from Bungie's block of time providing almost half a million.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
Last month, Pokemon Go developer Niantic announced it would be bringing three Legendary Pokemon back to the game for a limited time. The second of the three, Kyogre, is now available, but if you've yet to catch it, your time to do so is quickly running out; the Legendary is set to leave the game again this Thursday, June 27.As before, Kyogre can be found in five-star Raids, meaning you'll first need to team up with other players in-person and battle the Pokemon before you can earn a chance to capture it. Even if you already have Kyogre in your collection, you'll want to check out Raids while the Legendary is available, as you'll also have a chance of encountering a Shiny Kyogre.Immediately following Kyogre's departure later this week, its counterpart from Pokemon Ruby, Groudon, will make an encore appearance in Raids until July 10. As is the case with Kyogre, you'll have a chance of coming across a Shiny Groudon when the Legendary returns to the game. You can read more details on the official Pokemon Go website.Even if you miss your chance to catch Kyogre this week, you'll soon have another opportunity to add the Legendary to your collection. Both Kyogre and Groudon will be two of the possible Legendary Pokemon you can encounter as part of July's Field Research tasks. You'll also be able to catch a Spinda featuring a new spot pattern through the new Field Research quests, and if you're lucky enough, you'll be able to find a Shiny version.Groudon isn't the only Legendary set to return this week, either. As a reward for completing enough Global Challenges during the recent Pokemon Go Fest event in Chicago, Niantic is holding a special Raikou Raid Day this Saturday, June 29. The Legendary dog will reappear in Raid Battles from 4-7 PM local time, and you'll have a chance to encounter a Shiny Raikou during those hours.In other news, Niantic's new Harry Potter game, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, is now live in the US and UK. While the premise of both games is very similar, Wizards Unite also differs from Pokemon Go in a few notable ways. Be sure to check out our full Harry Potter: Wizards Unite coverage for more about the game, as well as tips and guides for Wizarding Challenges, Professions, and other elements.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
Dragon Ball Super: Broly has grossed $124.5 million since its December 2018 release, signaling a strong return for the fan-favorite character. Becoming the third highest-grossing anime movie in the United States in January 2019 is no small feat, and it seems the head of the Dragon Ball team wants to capitalize on the film's momentum.An interview with Akiyo Iyoku, head of Shueisha’s Dragon Ball Room, was included in the movie's Japanese DVD and Blu-Ray release. In the brief interview, Iyoku admits that the team is "steadily making preparations for the next Dragon Ball movie." He doesn't share any more details about the project but teases that "things will probably head in a completely different direction next time around."No release date or window for the next Dragon Ball movie was provided, but Iyoku says he's excited for everyone to see "what’s coming up next." He concludes by suggesting that "whatever comes next will be even more incredible."It's worth noting that distributor 20th Century Fox Japan and producer Toei Animation haven't officially announced or confirmed a Dragon Ball Broly: Super sequel. But based on Iyoku's comments, a new Dragon Ball movie is currently in some form of developmental stage.GameSpot editors Tamoor Hussain and Will Potter shared their thoughts about Dragon Ball Super: Broly in a spoiler-filled discussion, hoping "that they do more Dragon Ball movies like this" in the future.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
It only took a few minutes for me to understand the tone Moons of Madness is aiming for. The beginning of the 30-minute demo at E3 2019 was set within a gloomy space station where inky black vines crawl across the walls. Your character is hyperventilating; he's stressed by the confusion of his whereabouts while being drawn into horrible memories, haunted with ghostly apparitions that jump out from the dark for an effective scare. This dream didn't last long, but it was effective at setting the tone for this Lovecraft-inspired horror on the surface of Mars.You're on a journey to the red planet with a small crew, inhabiting a sterile and labyrinth laboratory on its surface. Moons of Madness plays similar to adventure games like Tacoma and Firewatch, incorporating the sharply detailed items from the former and introducing dialogue as interactive scenes like the latter. You move around your room and the branching hallways slowly, which is meant to let you take in all the small details they contain and interactive objects waiting for you to examine. I solved a straight forward puzzle to get a password for my desktop and read through a handful of emails, vaguely detailing both the secretive mission to Mars and the target the corporation you work for is hunting.As I walked through the ship, I quickly noticed many areas that reminded me of the dream sequence at the start of the demo, which isn't lost on the main character either. Speaking over a radio to another character fueled a growing sense of paranoia, punctuated by visually effective flashes of pain from an associated migraine. You use a button press to manually respond over the radio, giving you time to ponder your scripted response or just forgo it entirely. You choose both the pace and even existence of conversations in Moons of Madness, letting you take in as much of it as you want.Considering how great the writing is in general, you'll likely appreciate the opportunity to fully absorb it all. It was easy to become enraptured by both the nightmarish horrors and the urgency with which Moons of Madness' characters are thrust into survival mode. There are also smaller stories at play too, which touch on an uneasy relationship with your parents back on Earth and a romantic complication with a high-ranking crew member. These beats were all presented naturally with some great corresponding writing, which made me excited about the potential to explore them further when Moons of Madness is eventually released.Naturally, the demo ends with a heavy tease of what's to come throughout the rest of the game, which is said to be around 8 hours in length (depending on how much time you spend soaking in the world and dialogue). The closing moments put me in the path of a ghastly creature making its way into the ship, blending my characters' nightmares and reality. Moons of Madness' evocative visuals and strong world-building are spinning a mystery that I've only just begun to unravel. With a release date of Halloween this year, I thankfully won't have to wait too long before my questions are answered.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
Last Month, All Elite Wrestling's first PPV outing, Double or Nothing, debuted. It was a smashing success, and one of the better wrestling events of 2018. How does AEW follow that up? Well, they're involved with CEO Gaming's annual tournament, all while mocking the failed Fyre Festival at the same time.The PPV has been a part of Kenny Omega's storyline on AEW's YouTube series Bring The Elite, which is one of the few ways to keep up with what's going on in the company. Most recently, Omega has been having a meltdown because his show can't get finer foods (all they have is bread and cheese), and everything is falling apart. The PPV is a part of CEO Gaming--the fighting game championships--and Fyter Fest will take place on Saturday, June 28 at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida at 7:30 PM ET / 4:40 PM PT. There is a preshow, but at the time of this writing, it's unclear if it starts at 7:30 PM ET or an hour prior.How To WatchIf you're interested in watching Fyter Fest, then there is no reason to miss out on the show. Why? Because you can watch it all for free. B/R Live is hosting the event for the low, low cost of $0. All you need to do is go to the event on the B/R Live website and watch it. You'll probably have to create an account, but you will not need to put credit card information in.There is a downside, and that is the fact that B/R Live doesn't have many options for you to watch. Both iOS and Android devices have an app, and you can supposedly cast from your devices, but during Double or Nothing, that was not something I could do. The app would timeout or crash. The best course of action, on my end, was to connect my TV to my computer, using an HDMI cable, and use it as an extra monitor. Using this method resulted in zero streaming issues as well.Below, you'll find the full match card for Fyter Fest. If there are any changes leading up to the event, you'll find updates below.Match Card:SCU (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) vs. Best Friends vs. Private Party (Winners get first round bye for AEW Tag Team Championship Tournament) -- Buy-In Pre-ShowChristopher Daniels vs. CimaMichael Nakazawa vs. Alex Jebailey (Hardcore match)Yuka Sakazaki vs. Riho vs. Nyla RoseHangman Page vs. Jungle Boy vs. Jimmy Havoc vs. MJFCody vs. Darby AllinJon Moxley vs. Joey JanelaThe Young Bucks & Kenny Omega vs. The Lucha Bros & Laredo KidMake sure to come back to GameSpot on Saturday, June 29 for live coverage and a review of the show!Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
Summer is officially here, and Fortnite is celebrating the start of the season with a two-week-long event. 14 Days of Summer kicks off on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices tomorrow, June 25, and it'll bring a load of new things to do and see in Fortnite's Battle Royale, Creative, and Save the World modes.On the Battle Royale front, developer Epic will unvault one weapon for only 24 hours every day during the 14 Days of Summer event, giving you a chance to play around with some of the items that have been removed from the game. On top of that, there will be new challenges to complete and rewards to unlock each day of the event, as well as new outfits and other items to purchase from the in-game shop.Finally, Battle Royale players will be able to jump into a new limited-time mode every day during 14 Days of Summer. Epic hasn't yet revealed the order these modes will arrive, but it has given fans an overview of all 14 LTMs on the Fortnite website, and they include the John Wick crossover, Wick's Bounty, as well as a handful of new modes, such as the summer-themed Splashdown Squads--in which players will try to eliminate opponents with a new water balloon item--and Storm Chasers Surfin' Squads.In Save the World mode, meanwhile, players will be able to complete new quests every day during the 14 Days of Fortnite event. Clearing these quests will earn you Summer Tickets, and if you mange to complete all 14 before the event ends, you'll unlock a "new explosive weapon." Fortnite Creative will also feature a new island every day during the event.There are still a few weeks left in Season 9 of Fortnite, but Epic has already announced it is making some changes for next season. Specifically, Fortnite's minimum requirements on PC will change beginning in Season 10. In the meantime, you still have a few weeks left to complete any remaining challenges from this season. If you need help, you can find tips and guides for all the trickier tasks in our complete Fortnite Season 9 challenges roundup.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
Blizzard has announced some big changes slated for the next major Hearthstone update. The collectible card game will add two more cards to the Hall of Fame, which makes them ineligible for Standard mode play, and at the same time it will introduce a whopping 10 new cards.In an update on the Hearthstone Blog, the team explained how it tries to define class identity, and outlined what it sees as the core strengths and weaknesses of each class. The studio has concluded that two Basic cards don't fit the theme of their classes' identities, and so they'll be retired into the Hall of Fame: the Rogue card Vanish and the Priest card Mind Blast. Both will still be playable in Wild mode.Vanish is a spell that returns all minions to their owners' hands, but Blizzard feels the efficient board clear is counter to one of its intended weaknesses. Mind Blast allows Priests to do a lot of damage to their opponent in a pinch, especially with spell damage boosts, while Blizzard intends the class to be limited in its direct damage. Those two will be replaced by two new cards, Plaguebringer and Radiance.In addition, Blizzard is introducing ten new cards to the Classic set, which will be obtainable through Classic packs or crafting. It says it wants to steadily introduce new Classic cards to maintain a "healthy amount of easily-obtainable cards" through Standard games, as it rotates some out into the Hall of Fame. The studio said these cards will be coming in the next major update, but didn't announce a date.Hearthstone has traditionally introduced a handful of new expansions per year with only minor balance changes in-between. This season the game has been noticeably more active in filling the months between major expansions with other in-game events and changes. After the latest expansion launched in April, its single-player component began rolling out in May, and in June the game issued its first-ever batch of card buffs alongside a brand-new card. You can still claim that card for free by logging in by July 1.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
More than likely, you subscribe to some sort of streaming service, like Netflix. In fact, you probably have yourself signed up for more than one. Every week, services like Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Shudder release new content for you to binge from the sanctity of your own home.This is actually a pretty quiet week for releases. Most of Amazon's new releases come out on June 30, and next week is July, so expect a slew of new movies, TV shows, and more to hit next week. You'll have a lot to watch during your holiday weekend. Let's check out a couple of the highlights for this week.True Grit heads to Amazon Prime Video on Saturday, June 29. The Coen brothers western follows a teenager whose father was murdered. She hires a U.S. Marshall to track down the killer. It's a great genre film and one of the few times where the remake is better than the original. If you don't have Prime and you want to watch the film, don't worry, as True Grit will be available on Hulu on Sunday, June 30.The only other notable movie coming this week is 2018's The Spy Who Dumped Me. The action comedy stars Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon as best friends that become involved in a conspiracy when one of them discovers her ex-boyfriend is a spy.Below, you'll find the full list for everything being released on Amazon, Hulu, and Shudder this week. If you want to look into the future, both Amazon and Hulu have revealed what's coming ahead for July.Monday, June 24Amazon Prime Video:Juliet, Naked (2018)Hulu:Hurley (2019)Juliet, Naked (2018)Shudder:Next of KinViyFriday, June 28Amazon Prime Video:The Spy Who Dumped Me (2018)Hulu:Diane (2019)Saturday, June 29Amazon Prime Video:Moose (2015)True Grit (2010)Hulu:The Spy Who Dumped Me (2018) Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
Valve's highly-anticipated annual sale will be here any day, but online game retailer Fanatical decided that PC gamers have waited long enough to start getting big deals on Steam games this summer. Fanatical's Red Hot Sale includes over 1,000 PC games on heavy discount, with an additional 10% across the board when you use the promo code FANATICAL10. The sale is set to run through the week.See all PC game deals at Fanatical »Fanatical is also offering an exclusive deal for GameSpot's readers on the just-released Castlevania-like Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. First-time customers can use the promo code GAMESPOT25 for 15% off the already-discounted game, bringing it down to the lowest price we've seen anywhere at $26.85, down from the full retail price of $40. GameSpot's review of the Kickstarted throwback title is forthcoming, but impressions have generally been positive.In addition to the general sale, there are several Flash Sales happening right now for just a day. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege: Deluxe Edition, including all of the year-one content, is just $10.79 after using the code, down from $30. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege: Ultimate Edition, meanwhile, which includes everything through year four, is $45 down from $100. Assassin's Creed Origins: Gold Edition is $27 (down from $100), including the game and all DLC; meanwhile, Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Gold Edition is also on sale for $36. All of the above are redeemed via Uplay. We've highlighted some other stand-outs from the general sale below.Fanatical Red Hot Summer Sale HighlightsThe Banner Saga -- $6.75BioShock Infinite -- $6.75Borderlands: The Handsome Collection -- $5.40Deus Ex: Mankind Divided -- $4.20Football Manager 2019 -- $13.50Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Bundle -- $5Moonlighter -- $9Northgard -- $13.50Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - Obsidian Edition -- $27SHENZEN I/O -- $6.75Sid Meier's Civilization VI -- $15.11Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic I & II -- $3Superhot VR -- $13.50This War of Mine - Anniversary Edition -- $5.40Tomb Raider -- $5Total War: Three Kingdoms -- $45.90Watch Dogs 2 -- $10.80Yooka-Laylee -- $10.80Info from Gamespot.com
2019-06-25
There are a lot of characteristics of magic at play in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, just like there are in the Wizarding World of the books and movies. One of them is the creation of potions, which can give you a serious edge in battles against wizards and magical creatures, speed your progress through the game, or help you capture the most difficult Foundables (we've got lots more Harry Potter: Wizards Unite coverage on that stuff, too). You'll get lots of potions as you play the game, but like any Hogwarts student, you can also brew your own.Brewing potions is pretty simple at first--if you have the ingredients, you just push a button to start cooking. But there are actually a few nuances to the system that aren't immediately apparent. If you know what you're doing, you can make sure you get the right ingredients to make every kind of potion without having to rely too much on random chance. You can also brew your potions more quickly, with a little extra care.Here's everything you need to know about potions, including how to get the right ingredients and all the Master Notes.Ingredients: Find Them, Pick Them, Grow ThemIngredients are the essential part of your potion-brewing process, obviously. There are lots of locations where you can find ingredients out in the world of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. First, you'll find plenty of ingredients spawning out on the map around you as you walk around playing the game, and you can just pick them up by tapping on them.Using a Greenhouse presents a more reliable way of getting the specific ingredients you need. Tapping on any Greenhouse takes you inside, where you can interact with the building and get a random supply of ingredients (you also get a chance at some Spell Energy), more or less just like an Inn. You're presented with three potted plants in a Greenhouse, and pulling out one of the plants gives you some smattering of potion-brewing stuff. You won't know what you'll receive until you get it, which makes planning difficult.If you need an ingredient in particular, you can use a Greenhouse to grow your own plants. You do that with Seeds and Water, which you'll also find spawning on the world map. Tap into the Greenhouse and flip to the tab in the bottom right corner of the screen. There, you can use your seeds and any water you've found to start growing something. You'll have to return when the seed is fully grown in order to claim your ingredients.Stir It UpOnce you start a potion, you're stuck waiting for it to finish brewing--usually at least a couple of hours. You can speed up that timer, however, if you know the Half-Blood Prince-like secrets to master potion-brewing. There's a system of stirs and taps that, like in the Harry Potter movies and books, is not immediately apparent to the novice potion maker, even in the game.When you brew a potion, tap the wooden spoon sticking out of the cauldron once the recipe has been started, when the liquid is swirling in place. You should get a closer, top-down view of the potion as it's cooking. This is when you can start your master brewing. In order to speed up the recipe, you'll need to try various touch gestures on the potion. These include things like a clockwise stir, a counter-clockwise stir, tapping on the potion, shaking your mobile device, and drawing vertical or horizontal lines.You'll need to do all the gestures for the potion in order, but once you find the correct one, it'll be revealed in the Master Notes at the top of the screen. Brew the Master version of the potion correctly three times, and you'll get the Master Notes unlocked automatically, so you won't have to try to remember the gestures you used. Master Notes only speed up your brew times, so don't expect better version of your potions just because you're a Snape-level potions master. We've got the full list of Master Brewing notes below.Use Potions For EverythingPotions are very useful in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. The ones you'll use most often are probably the Healing Potions, which can keep you alive during battles and Wizarding Challenges in Fortresses, and the Exstimulo Potions, which make your spells more effective against Confoundables and in battles. But there are a bunch of other kinds of potions as well, which can increase your Focus in battle, raise your experience gains as you play, and help you keep Confoundables from fleeing when you try to catch them.You can only carry 50 potions at the start of the game (you can buy more space with Gold if you like), and you'll quickly fill that up with potions you get from leveling up and completing Achievements and other objectives. Especially as you get further into the game, you'll face harder challenges that will require potions--but they're easy to come by, so don't save them up. Use them, and keep brewing more.Master Brewing NotesHere's a rundown of the Master Brewing notes for each potion recipe.Exstimulo Potion: Vertical line, vertical line, clockwise stir.Invigoration Draught: Horizontal line, vertical line, vertical line, zoom out gesture.Baruffio's Brain Elixir: Clockwise stir, pinch gesture, vertical line, vertical line, zoom out gesture, shake.Healing Potion: Zoom out gesture, clockwise stir, tap, pinch gesture.Strong Exstimulo Potion: Vertical line, vertical line, counterclockwise stir, clockwise stir.Potent Exstimulo Potion: Vertical line, horizontal line, vertical line, counterclockwise stir, clockwise stir, counterclockwise stir.Dawdle Draught: Shake, clockwise stir, counterclockwise stir, counterclockwise stir, pinch gesture.Strong Invigoration Draught: Horizontal line, vertical line, vertical line, vertical line, zoom out gesture, zoom out gesture.Wit-Sharpening Potion: Zoom out gesture, vertical line, vertical line, tap.Bountiful Brew: Tap, tap, clockwise stir, vertical line, vertical line.Draught of Perception: Shake, clockwise stir, counterclockwise stir, counterclockwise stir, pinch gesture.Felix Felicis Potion: Clockwise stir, pinch gesture, horizontal line, horizontal line, zoom out gesture, shake.Memory Potion: Tap, zoom out gesture, horizontal line, clockwise stir.Scintillation Potion: Clockwise stir, pinch gesture, horizontal line, horizontal line, zoom out gesture, shake.Wideye Potion: Clockwise stir, shake, counterclockwise stir, counterclockwise stir. 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