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2019-04-19
Two weeks have passed since The Witness was made free to download for Epic Games Store members, which means the latest PC game giveaway is now here. Next up is Transistor, the acclaimed science-fiction action RPG from Supergiant Games, who also made Bastion and Pyre. From now through May 2, you can download Transistor for free from the Epic Games Store, and it'll be yours to keep. If you don't already have an Epic Games account, it's free to create one, and it's well worth your time, as these free PC game giveaways are happening every two weeks this year to celebrate the Epic Store's first 12 months in business.Get Transistor for free at the Epic Store »Create a free Epic Store account »Transistor tells the story of a famous singer named Red who is attacked by a robotic force known as The Process. After escaping, Red stumbles across a glowing sword called the Transistor, and wielding its power, she resolves to hunt down the sinister group controlling The Process and save the city of Cloudbank from invasion. The battles involve turn-based strategy, and like most RPGs, Red earns experience points that allow her to unlock new powers. In GameSpot's Transistor review, critic Carolyn Petit praised the game for its unique, compelling narrative, empowering combat, and overall superb visuals and musical score."Transistor asks you to trust in it, to come along on the journey even though you have no idea where you're going," wrote Petit. "And it rewards your trust, weaving a beautiful and unconventional sci-fi tale with a human heart, and empowering you with a wonderfully flexible combat system that fuses real-time and turn-based action to create something that feels unique."On May 2, Transistor will be replaced by Epic's next free PC game, World of Goo, a puzzle game that involves building with globs of goo. Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
The stylish shooter XIII is coming back as a remake slated for release on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this year. The original 2003 game was known for its mind-bending story, and the remake is said to be borne out of a desire to introduce the story-driven game to a new generation who may have missed it more than a decade ago.The reveal on the PlayStation Blog includes a few pieces of concept art for both the environments and one character, showing off the new visual style. Among other things XIII was known for its cel-shaded aesthetic, which has been maintained here but updated with a lot more detail. In XIII, you play as an amnesiac soldier named Thirteen. You've been accused of killing the President of the United States, and the story revolves around your efforts to uncover the truth with only a few clues to go on. This remake is said to be based on the first five volumes of the comic series."XIII has a unique and potentially interesting premise, and some will certainly want to drag their way through the single-player campaign just to watch the story unfold, but the game doesn't really differentiate itself from the wide array of other first-person shooters on the market," said critic Jeff Gerstmann in GameSpot's 2003 review. "The cel-shaded graphical style works in the context of trying to re-create a comic book, but the models and other graphical elements fall short. Given the extreme amount of competition in this genre, fans of first-person shooting are advised to spend their time elsewhere."The remake of XIII is coming November 13, 2019.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
Konami has revealed the full set of games to be included in the Castlevania Anniversary Collection, and it includes a ton of classics along with one game officially coming to the west for the first time. It's set to come on May 16 for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, priced at $20.The latest additions that complete the lineup include Castlevania: The Adventure, Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, Castlevania Bloodlines, and Kid Dracula. The Adventure was the franchise's first release on handheld devices, and Simon's Quest introduced RPG mechanics. Bloodlines was a Genesis game that complemented the SNES Super Castlevania IV, which is also in the collection.The gem of the collection may be Kid Dracula, a cute cartoon spin-off that released on the NES in 1990. Konami boasts that it was previously unreleased outside of Japan. The adorable little cartoon vampire adventure probably doesn't technically count as Castlevania canon, unfortunately.Altogether, that makes the game library as follows:CastlevaniaCastlevania II: Simon’s QuestCastlevania III: Dracula’s CurseSuper Castlevania IVCastlevania The AdventureCastlevania II: Belmont's RevengeCastlevania BloodlinesKid DraculaBonus ebookThe emulation is being handled by M2, and the bonus ebook includes an interview with the animated series producer Adi Shankar.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
Fortnite's Week 8 challenges of Season 8 are now live on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch, and mobile, giving players across all platforms another opportunity to level their Battle Pass up and unlock this season's cosmetic rewards. While many of this week's objectives are fairly straightforward, a few of them may throw you for a loop if you aren't familiar with Fortnite's map, like the one that asks you to dial the Durrr Burger number on the big telephone west of Fatal Fields. That's why we're here to help.The big telephone challenge is one of two multi-step missions available this week (the other ask you to search treasure map signposts). Fortunately, this task is a lot simpler than it may initially sound. To complete the first step, you'll need to head to the oversized telephone mentioned in the challenge name; it can be found atop a snowy mountain directly west of Fatal Fields. Once you get there, you'll see the Durrr Burger number already displayed on the phone's dial, so all you need to do is shoot the numbers in the correct sequence to move on to stage two.Once you've dialed the first phone, you'll be asked to dial the Pizza Pit number on the big telephone east of The Block; you can see its exact location on the map below. As before, the number is already displayed on the phone, so all you need to do is shoot them in the right order to complete the challenge and earn your Battle Stars. If you need another look at where to go, you can watch us walk you through the whole challenge in the video above.There are only a few weeks remaining in Fortnite Season 8, so you still have a little time to complete any outstanding challenges and unlock this season's Battle Pass rewards. If you need some assistance, you can find tips for this season's trickier tasks in our complete Fortnite Season 8 challenge guide, which we've been updating as new challenges are rolled out. You can also see all the skins and other cosmetics up for grabs in our Fortnite Season 8 rewards gallery.Week 8's challenges arrive hot on the heels of Fortnite's 8.40 update, which kicked off a new limited-time mode called Air Royale. This LTM revolves around dogfighting and features its own set of challenges to complete, which will net you special Wraps. The patch also brought back the Food Fight LTM, but this time around it's called Deep Fried and features elevated restaurant bases, requiring you and your teammates to build up to them to protect your mascot.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
Avengers: Endgame will be in theaters before you know it. And while spoilers from the final film in the Infinity Saga have already been leaked, you've hopefully managed to avoid them completely. That all said, though, clearly some Avengers are going to die by the time Endgame comes to a close. Who will bite the dust permanently, though?At this point, all we can do is speculate. But if you're going to speculate, you might as well do it with toys. GameSpot's Chris E. Hayner and Meg Downey got a big box of Avengers: Endgame action figures and Nerf blasters from Hasbro and decided the only way to make a definitive decision about the fates of Earth's mightiest heroes was by lining them up and taking them out.Take a look at the video above to see which Avengers we'll be saying goodbye to. Some of these choices are tough. However, others are less so. Sorry, Hawkeye or Ronin or whatever you're called now. We simply don't need you anymore. Good luck on Disney+!After you've seen the video, there's still plenty more for you to devour from Endgame. Take a look at even more Avengers toys, plus the latest teaser for the movie, and a detailed guide to how you can avoid spoilers at all costs.Avengers: Endgame is in theaters on April 26.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
It's a great day for Cuphead fans: The beloved run-and-gun indie game is now available to download from the Nintendo Eshop, complete with a brand-new free content update that lets you play as Mugman in single-player mode. And if you're particularly fond of Cuphead's incredible soundtrack--an original mix of jazz, early big band, and ragtime music performed by live musicians--then you may be interested in a premium collectible announced today: this Cuphead 2xLP vinyl soundtrack from iam8bit, which is available to pre-order for 25% off until May 1.Just announced: Cuphead 2xLP with Special EARLY BIRD PRICING. Order now through May 1 and save 25%. Get yours at https://t.co/Ra2JI3iI3q@krismaddigan @studiomdhr @jakeclarkdude #vgmvinyl #vgm #vinylcollection pic.twitter.com/Z1flLBvnT7 — iam8bit (@iam8bit) April 18, 2019The gorgeous vinyl set comes in Cuphead's 1930s styling and is selling for just $30 until the price goes up in a couple of weeks. Previously, a 4xLP deluxe vinyl soundtrack was released for $100, but has long since sold out. The new 2xLP vinyl is not only a more affordable option for folks who couldn't get the 4xLP, but also includes previously unreleased exclusive solos, new art and packaging, and a curated "best of" track list. The track list itself hasn't yet been revealed.The Cuphead vinyl won't start shipping until "Q3 2019," so stay tuned for an official release date. While based in the United States, iam8bit does ship globally, but additional duties or taxes may not be reflected in the shipping price, so keep that in mind if you're ordering from outside the U.S.PRE-ORDER CUPHEAD 2XLP VINYL SOUNDTRACK »Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
For a limited time, GTA Online is offering extra opportunities to earn in-game cash. From now until next week, the online component of Grand Theft Auto V is offering double GTA$ and RP rewards in certain missions.Until April 24, you can earn double GTA$ and RP from completing Contact missions, the Doomsday Scenario Finale, Occupy, Hardest Target, or Juggernaut. Logging into GTA Online this week (April 18-24) will unlock a free Skulls Livery for the Mammoth Avenger and TM-02 Khanjali. If you're a biker clubhouse owner, then April 25 through May 1, you'll receive GTA$250K for free. In prep for this second bonus, the Great Chaparral Clubhouse is being temporarily lowered to GTA$50K--a 75 percent discount."If you've got GTA$20K and the poise to take on seven other racers for the shot at a podium finish payday, you can join Premium Races either through the Quick Job App on your in-game phone or via the yellow corona at Legion Square," Rockstar wrote in a press release. "First place takes a grand prize of GTA$100K, while second and third place finishers will receive GTA$30K and GTA$20K respectively."Grand Theft Auto V is one of those games that's as much fun to watch as it is to play, largely because of the hilariously stupid ways your characters can die. Despite releasing in 2013, Grand Theft Auto 5 remains one of the top-selling games--even appearing ahead of Rockstar's more recent Red Dead Redemption 2 in the list of top selling PS4 games on PSN in January 2019.In our Grand Theft Auto V review, Mark Walton gave the game a 9/10, writing, "Aside from a few mild frame rate issues that sometimes take the edge off its more dramatic moments, this is...the bar by which all other open-world games, or indeed any game that aims for a cinematic feel, should be judged. [Grand Theft Auto 5] is beautiful, and thought-provoking, and thrilling throughout."Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
Week 8 of Fortnite Season 8 has arrived, which means there's a new set of challenges to complete in the hit battle royale game. Each task you clear will net you Battle Stars, which will help level your Battle Pass up and, in turn, unlock this season's Battle Pass rewards. However, there's an added bonus for completing all of the challenges from a given week: you'll also clear a Discovery challenge and earn a special loading screen.Not only do these loading screens feature cool artwork, each one also contains a subtle clue that points you in the direction of a free Battle Star or Banner--depending on how many Discovery challenges you've completed--hidden somewhere around the island. The Battle Star will level your Battle Pass up by one tier, while the Banner can be used as a profile icon.If you've completed eight full weeks' worth of challenges from Season 8, you'll receive the loading screen below. This week's screen depicts Ruin, the Legendary skin you'll unlock after clearing 55 weekly challenges from this season. Look closely at the background, however, and you'll be able to spot a set of coordinates hidden in the flames: B6, B7, C6, and C7. This is where you'll need to go to find a free Banner.The Banner is hidden right where the coordinates converge, on a snowy hill just northwest of Polar Peak. We've marked its location on the map below. Head to the area the next time you jump into a match and the Banner will appear when you approach. Collect it as you would any other pickup in the game, then finish the match and it'll be yours to use as a profile icon. If you need more help locating the Banner, we walk you through where to find it in the video at the top of this guide.Before heading off to find this Banner, keep in mind that it won't appear in the game unless you've completed eight weeks' worth of challenges and unlocked the above loading screen; you won't be able to simply go to the right area and collect it unless you've finished all of the necessary steps first. If you still have any outstanding challenges you need to finish, you can find tips for the trickier ones in our complete Fortnite Season 8 challenges guide.Prior to rolling out the Week 8 challenges, Epic released Fortnite's 8.40 update, which marked the started of a new limited-time mode called Air Royale. This LTM revolves around dogfighting and comes with its own set of challenges, which will unlock special Wraps when completed. Epic also brought back the Food Fight LTM. This time around, however, it's called Deep Fried, and it features elevated restaurant bases, forcing you and your teammates to build up to them in order to protect your mascot.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
Week 8 of Fortnite Season 8 is upon us, and it's brought a new set of challenges to complete across PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile. As usual, most of this week's tasks are self-explanatory and can be completed with a little persistence just by playing normally, but there are a couple that require a bit more legwork, like the one that asks you to search jigsaw puzzle pieces under bridges and in caves. If you're unsure where to go, we're here to point you in the right direction.To complete this mission, you'll simply need to find seven different puzzle pieces scattered around the island. As the challenge states, these will be hidden inside caves and under bridges, giving you an idea of where you need to go. If you're not too familiar with Fortnite's island, however, you may not know where these areas are, so we've listed out all the puzzle pieces' locations and marked them on the map below.Fortnite Jigsaw Puzzle Piece LocationsBeneath the bridge northwest of Lucky LandingBeneath the bridge to the south of Shifty ShaftsIn the cavern southeast of The BlockIn the cave on the northeastern end of Tilted TowersIn the Yeti's cave in the southwest corner of the islandBeneath the bridge to the southwest of Paradise PalmsAt the edge of the desert northwest of Paradise PalmsOnce you've found all seven jigsaw pieces, they'll form a picture of a strange, alien-ish creature and then disappear. It's unclear what, if any, significance the picture has, but the important thing is the challenge will be completed, netting you five Battle Stars. If you need more help finding the pieces, we walk you through where each one is located in the video at the top of this guide.This is one of the trickier challenges you'll come across this week, but it isn't the only one; you'll also need to dial numbers on big telephones and search treasure map signposts. We've put together guides for those as well to help you rack up the Battle Stars. If you still have any outstanding challenges from previous weeks, you can also find our other guides in our complete Fortnite Season 8 challenges roundup.Week 8's challenges are coming on the heels of Fortnite's 8.40 update. That patch kicked off a new limited-time mode called Air Royale, which revolves around dogfighting. Air Royale also has its own set of challenges, which will reward you with special Wraps when completed. Additionally, the 8.40 update brought back the Food Fight LTM, but this time, it's called Deep Fried and features elevated restaurant bases.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
The latest patch for Apex Legends has added some often requested armor to two characters, introduced a limited-time bonus XP event, and ushered in various other weapon tweaks and adjustments. It's live now so you can already start tinkering with all the new toys.According to the patch notes posted on the Apex Legends subreddit, one of the most significant changes came to Gibraltar and Caustic. Community manager Jay Frechette explained that those two, along with Pathfinder, were all getting punished in match data for their hitbox size. Readjusting the hitboxes worked to fix Pathfinder, but the other two were still at a disadvantage. As a result, this patch adds a new passive ability for them both: Fortified, which reduces damage by 10%. Each has a handful of other minor tweaks as well to make them more competitive.In addition to those changes, you can get some bonus Battle Pass XP to level up faster. Your first Top 5 of the day will grant you a full Battle Pass level (29,500 BPP), and you can repeat that every day until the bonus period ends on 4/18.Other changes to weapons include buffs for the Longbow DMR and Havoc, and nerfs for the G7 Scout, Wingman, and Spitfire. The jump ship has also gotten a speed increase.This is a smaller-scale update to the overall 1.1 Patch that went live a few days ago. More recently, project lead Drew McCoy commented that the game isn't coming to Switch right now, but didn't rule out the possibility completely.Apex Legends Patch 1.1.1 Update NotesLEGEND BALANCINGCAUSTIC:Fortified Passive Perk added: reduces damage taken by 10%Gas Damage per tick increased: 1 -> 4Ultimate Throw distance increased: 28 meters -> 33 metersGIBRALTAR:Fortified Passive Perk added: reduces damage taken by 10%Gun Shield health increased: 50 -> 75WEAPON BALANCINGG7 SCOUT / TRIPLE TAKE / LONGBOW DMRLowered leg shot damage reduction: 25% -> 10%Reduced base weapon sway by about 33%Reduced base sway speed by about 25%LONGBOW DMRIncreased fire rate 1.2 -> 1.6Increased magazine sizeBase mag increased: 5 -> 6 roundsCommon mag extender increased: 6 -> 8 roundsRare mag extender increased: 8 -> 10 roundsEpic mag extender increased: 10 -> 12 roundsHAVOCIncreased base magazine size: 25 -> 32 roundsCharge BeamReduced cost per shot: 5 -> 4Increased close range damage: 55 -> 60Increased damage at range: 45 -> 50Close range damage falloff increased: 35m -> 75mRanged damage falloff increased: 75m -> 125mWINGMANReduced magazine sizeBase mag reduced: 6 -> 4 roundsCommon mag extender reduced: 8 -> 6 roundsRare mag extender reduced: 9 -> 8 roundsEpic mag extender reduced: 12 -> 10 roundsSPITFIREReduced base damage: 20 -> 18Magazine extender attachments reducedCommon mag extender reduced: 45 -> 40 roundsRare mag extender reduced: 55 -> 45 roundsEpic mag extender reduced: 60 -> 55 roundsADJUSTMENTS TO GOLD WEAPON ATTACHMENTS:Gold HavocNow has TurbochargerNow has 1x-2x variable holo siteGold R301Now has 1x-2x variable holo siteGold WingmanNow has digital threatBATTLE PASS XP BONUS EVENT:In honor of Thicc-boi buffs, we’re going to be running a bonus Battle Pass XP event. From approximately 10AM PST 4/16 through approximately 10AM PST 4/18, your first Top 5 of the day (your squad places 5th or better in a match) will grant you 1 full bonus Battle Pass Level (29,500 BPP), up to a max of level 110. You can earn this once per day.We’ll also be finding other moments during the season to add Battle Pass XP bonuses, so stay tuned!ADDITIONAL CHANGESJUMP SHIP SPEEDIncreased the speed of the ship by about 50%We felt that the ship was moving a bit too slow after watching player behavior so we’re speeding it up so players that like to drop later in the flight path don’t have to wait so long.BUG FIXESFixed UI bug where the wrong percentage would be displayed for all boost badges.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-19
The neon-soaked hallways and dirty streets of Katana Zero do a great job of sucking you into its broken world. Gangsters operate unhindered as society is still reeling from a devastating war, one whose loss has littered the streets with homeless war veterans and bars with resentful and drunken citizens looking for a fight. You are that fight--a ruthless sword-wielding assassin with the ability to slow down time--and Katana Zero gives you delicately designed scenarios to slice and dice your way through. Its abrupt ending is an unwelcome surprise, but the riveting action is complemented by an intelligently presented narrative with a variety of captivating themes that is difficult to pull away from.Katana Zero puts you in the shoes of a nameless assassin haunted by the fractured misdeeds from the past war. This war forms the backbone of Katana Zero's central mystery, which does take time to unravel. What starts out as straightforward assassination missions ordered by a shadowy organization slowly unfurls to encapsulate themes of post-traumatic stress, war crimes, and government killings. This plays out across multiple acts, comprised of small side-scrolling stages containing violent and thoughtful combat throughout.Genetic experimentation and drug use are central to both Katana Zero's story and gameplay. Thanks to a steady supply of a blue serum, you're able to augment your simple sword slashes with the ability to slow down time. This lets you pull off some incredibly stylish maneuvers and experiment with a malleable dynamic to the otherwise straight-forward combat. Slow-motion rolls can be combined with precise movement to quickly close distances, and your sword is not just for close-quarter slashing--it can be used to perfectly time a bullet deflection back to its sender. When combined with stage-specific items that can be used as long-range projectiles and security systems that can be transformed from a deterrent into an environmental weapon, Katana Zero doesn't struggle to keep its combat exciting.It helps that each stage is thoughtfully compact given how dangerously fragile you are. A single hit will send you back to the beginning of a stage, with fast respawns making the transition almost instant. This not only avoids the sting of detrimental progress loss, but also gets you back into the engrossing action quickly. There are a few stages that feel excessively long and end up being frustrating, but they're thankfully few and far between.The variety of enemies keeps each encounter from feeling repetitive, gently introducing more dangerous foes that will force you to change up your comforting strategies. Enemies with shields will push you away before swiftly firing at you on the ground, while knife-wielding gangsters can stagger you and delay your attacks for a brief (but deadly) moment. The ways levels combine these different enemies turns each of them into clever combat puzzles, where your twitchy instincts need to be supplemented by thoughtful planning and careful consideration of who to target first.Katana Zero doesn't shy away from telling its story through scenes of unsettling torture and vivid violence, yet it successfully contrasts this with delicately quiet character moments and some heartfelt relationships that help ground a protagonist that would otherwise be impossible to empathize with. It works incredibly well thanks to a creative approach to character conversations, which are often just as important as your violent exploits outside of them. Instead of just being given choices for responses, conversations allow you to interrupt characters to alter both the tone and direction of the scene. Characters react intelligently to your manners during an exchange, expressing disgust at your audacity to cut them off or surprise at your unexpected courtesy.Depending on how you respond, certain small narrative changes can take place too. In one instance I found myself pretending to love anime to convince a hotel receptionist to let me pass, which later helped me avoid the police as she corroborated my alibi. The same conversation played out differently the second time, as my short temper with the same receptionist led her to turn on me when getting questioned about my blood-soaked clothing. Small diversions like this don't have an impact on the trajectory of the main story, and there are a handful of scenarios where you'll be forced into a specific response in order to progress. But Katana Zero mostly handles your branching conversational decisions with grace, eloquently incorporating them into small but inconsequential changes to its excellently written dialogue.Each character moment lands thanks to the sublime pixel artwork. There's an immense amount of detail packed into each sprite, bringing the colorful yet distressing world around you to life with its sheer variety. Character sprites are the most impressive, featuring delicate animation that lends a lot of emotion to each conversation and story beat. These extend to the thoughtful effects applied to simple dialogue bubbles, which use a combination of flashing colors, moving parts, and aggressive screen shake to allow important interactions to hit hard. Katana Zero doesn't just use its retro-inspired style to pull on nostalgic strings. It elevates the style entirely with a sense of depth and detail that is difficult not to appreciate.Katana Zero doesn't shy away from telling its story through scenes of unsettling torture and vivid violence, yet it successfully contrasts this with delicately quiet character moments and some heartfelt relationships.The real pity is that despite its slick presentation and enthralling dialogue, Katana Zero's story just doesn't wrap up in a satisfying way. It starts introducing its central themes about halfway through and only increases in momentum from there, seemingly building to an enticing climax. But it swerves unexpectedly at the end to reveal that this entry is only the first chapter in a larger tale. After four or so hours you're left with a number of unhandled narrative threads and an unsatisfying conclusion, which dampens the exciting momentum that was building up. It's a deflating and abrupt end to the proceedings, with no promise of more to come in the future.The uncertain future of the story that Katana Zero so brilliantly sets up is concerning, but that shouldn't deter you from diving into this compelling introductory chapter. Its combat provides an exciting challenge that tests both strategy and reflex, while also giving you clever abilities to make it as stylish as possible. The narrative contextualization of both your abilities and role within Katana Zero's world is expertly written, with a clever dialogue system letting you inject personality into character interactions. Katana Zero is bloody and brutal, but it's also a heartfelt tale that you shouldn't overlook lightly.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-18
Nintendo dropped a 15-minute video detailing everything Persona-related that's coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and there is a lot to unpack. The video outlined exactly how Persona 5's Joker works as a fighter and other content in the version 3.0 spring update, but that's not all. It also revealed the Mementos-themed stage with a few twists that'll warm the hearts of long-time Persona fans.The new content includes homages to Persona 3 and Persona 4 with the battle theme songs "Mass Destruction," "Reach Out To The Truth," and "Time To Make History." New arrangements for the Persona 4 boss battle theme "I'll Face Myself" and the iconic Velvet Room theme "Aria Of The Soul" will be on the tracklist--even the Persona 3's final fight song "Battle Hymn Of The Soul" makes the cut. Another great twist is that the stage changes color to match each games color scheme when you play a song from the corresponding Persona game. And the cherry on top is that if Joker wins in the Mementos stage, the victory music from the particular Persona game will play on the results screen. You can check it out the stage variations below.Persona 3-themed Mementos stage.Persona 4-themed Mementos stage.The normal Persona 5-themed Mementos stage.The songs featured in Smash Ultimate from Persona 3 and Persona 4.Even oddly accurate Mii renditions of the protagonists from Persona 3 and 4 are featured in the Mii Fighters costume pack. A brand new remix of the song "Beneath The Mask" (which you can hear playing in the reveal trailer) along with plenty of other familiar tunes from Persona 5's incredible soundtrack will also be included in Smash Ultimate. In the video you can see the rest of the Phantom Thieves in the game, Joker's stylish victory screen, and how the all-out attack is incorporated. All the content in the update is available now for $6 as DLC.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-18
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is getting a big update on April 17 (April 18 in Europe). In addition to launching a new paid DLC character, Joker, the update adds a stage-builder and video editor. That's not all. The update also makes changes to the Smash World hub on the Nintendo Switch Online mobile app.With the new update, players will be able to take a look at new user-made videos and custom stages that the community creates using the video editor and stage builder. Perhaps the best thing about the update is that you'll be able to view community-created stages and then click a button to queue them up to download on your home console. What's more, stages can be rated, so theoretically the best ones should surface to the top.The Nintendo Switch Online app, which requires a paid subscription, also allows players to use voice chat. You can check out the new features in the video above; skip to 13:46 to see what's new for the Smash World hub on the app.Read next: Smash Bros. Ultimate 3.0 Update Adds Stage-Builder, Video Editor, Persona 5 Character, MoreInfo from Gamespot.com
2019-04-18
The cheeky new advertisement for the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition showed a group of people playing Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer with split-screen. Some took this as a playful tease that the game might, finally, get updated to support split-screen--a feature the game controversially left out.Unfortunately, it was merely an editing issue. Halo community director Brian Jarrard confirmed on Twitter that the depiction of split-screen for Halo 5 in the trailer was only "a little bit of good old fashioned creative liberty in the editing bay."Sorry to disappoint but no, splitscreen isn’t being added to Halo 5. The footage in question looks to be a little bit of good old fashioned creative liberty in the editing bay. — Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) April 16, 2019Halo 5 launched without split-screen multiplayer, a staple of the franchise, and fans quickly let Microsoft know about this omission. Developer 343 has said time and again that it will never add split-screen to Halo 5, but thankfully Halo Infinite will have this feature.A still from the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition appeared to show Halo 5 split-screenHalo 5 executive producer Josh Holmes said the decision to remove split-screen from Halo 5 was "one of the most difficult ones we've ever had to make as a studio." He added that Halo 5's new "massive-scale environments," better visuals, and improved AI might have been "compromised" if split-screen was in the mix. Not only that, but Phil Spencer says the majority of Halo co-op happens across Xbox Live, not locally.The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition launches on May 7 for $250 USD. For lots more on the pros and cons of the digital-only system, check out the video embedded above.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-04-18
Pokemon Go developer Niantic's next big game, Harry Potter Wizards Unite, is beginning its global rollout with a soft-launch today in New Zealand. A beta for the game is now available in the country for iOS and Android, Niantic has announced. The purpose of the beta is to provide feedback that Niantic says will ultimately help the final release when it's ready.Those in New Zealand eager to play Wizards Unite should be aware that, because it's only a beta, a number of features, design, supported languages, and the "overall appearance" are all subject to change. "The product might be buggy and unstable at times. We're looking forward to your feedback so that we can improve the game experience," Niantic said.In Wizards Unite, you play as a member of Statute of Secrecy Task Force, and you are challenged with exploring the real world, locating Foundables (important people and items in the wizarding world), and dispelling the Confoundable magic that's trapping them. While the basic premise of the game is similar to Pokemon Go, it also bears many similarities to a traditional RPG, with a stronger emphasis on story and RPG elements like skill trees and potion brewing.Harry Potter: Wizards Unite was originally scheduled to launch in 2018 before being delayed into this year. You can read more about the title in our hands-on impressions, and Android users can pre-register for it on Google Play. There is no word as of yet regarding when the final game will be available around the world.While you may have to wait a while longer to play Wizards Unite, the other new Harry Potter mobile game, Hogwarts Mystery, is available around the world right now.Info from Gamespot.com
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