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2018-01-13
How do you cope if you're being bullied? In Concrete Genie, the upcoming action-adventure PS4 exclusive, young protagonist Ash has to deal with demeaning, abusive bullies roaming the streets of his town. His main solace is in art, with the game giving you as the player the ability to paint vivid images on the town's dreary walls. Ash can even bring his paintings to life, with these creatures not only allowing him to solve environmental puzzles, but also serving as companions and friends throughout the game.Concrete Genie will allow you to custom build these creatures almost from scratch, imbuing them with movement and personality depending on the shape of the creature you make. It's one of the more innovative features of this whimsical-looking game, and it's one developers PixelOpus (of Entwined fame) hopes will result in strong, emotional bonds between players and creatures. But how exactly will PixelOpus build that bond? How will they make you care about your monsters? We spoke to PixelOpus creative director Dominic Robilliard and art director Jeff Sangalli to find out more about how exactly Concrete Genie will (hopefully) connect you to its menagerie of strange creatures.Dominic Robilliard: [The creatures] have an important part to play in the gameplay. But narratively, that kind of emotional part of them, is that they're the friends that Ash wished he had in real life. And when we realized how important that was going to be, that was really where the puzzle-solving gameplay came from. We knew that in order for players to have an intuitive care for those creatures, you had to go on meaningful gameplay adventures with them.Depending on how you paint them [your creatures], they'll have different personalities. But more importantly, the color that you pick gives them inherent gameplay abilities. So if I make a red creature, then he has fire abilities. Or if I make a yellow one, then he has electrical abilities, and so on.GameSpot: And these creatures are persistent and will stay with you?DR: Yes. And that actually becomes a very important aspect of the game.Jeff Sangalli: [The player] can erase elements in the environment. But once you bring these creatures to life you can no longer erase them. They're alive to Ash.Can you edit them subsequently, though, once you've finished creating them?DR: No, no.Because that would be cruel to a living thing, right?JS: Exactly.How does the way a creature is created impact what sort of personality traits it has?DR: You can choose the body type. And right now, that's how we're changing the personality that they have. We have personalities roughly analogous to the seven dwarf character types. So there's Sleepy, Dopey, that kind of thing. They're profiles that you would intuitively recognize.How many creatures can you have?DR: More than we originally thought. But we still haven't figured out exactly what that count will be. You know, we've had 30 creatures in there running around, and it's not really caused an issue. So I would hate to put a number on that right now.Do you have to feed them? Are they like Tamagotchi? You have to keep them happy?DR: You know, we go back and forth on that. And I think because there is so much action in the game, we wanted to keep the flow as streamlined as possible. There's essentially a huge amount of interaction between the creatures and between them and the environment to discover, if you do want to chill out and hang out with them. But all of that stuff is not critical to progression. And so we've streamlined that. We didn't want it to feel like you have to do all that. But if you want to feed them and play with them, you can.Can these creatures be hurt?DR: One of the things that happens with bullies in the world is that when they're nearby, all of the color and the life and the movement just fades out of the paintings. And the same happens to the creatures. So they kind of get frozen. That's why the bullies are like a dynamic, roaming gameplay hindrance to you.Thematically, one of the key things you're looking at is the effects of bullying on someone. How does that connect to what the player's actually doing with painting and creating creatures?DR: When we were in the concept phase and we were looking at various game ideas, one of the pictures that came from our VFX artist was this idea of a kid who's being bullied. But he uses painting and makes these creatures and characters on the walls, and he uses that to help defend himself against the bullies. So that idea was something that we were thinking about, and the reason that it got traction is we thought we could have something to say about that in actual gameplay.When you're painting these landscapes and you have all this freedom to do whatever you can imagine, and you make these creatures, you get really invested in them. The interesting thing is when the bullies come in, they start by just pushing you around, but it gets worse and worse until they are actually ruining your hard work. We realized that that was actually a really unique way of making the player feel what Ash is feeling. Because it's not just his artwork, it's your artwork. And that was really the kind of emotional core that we've been unpacking for the last couple years and trying to make that work and resonate through a story.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
We had a chance to go eyes-on with the Vive Pro at CES 2018, and the new HMD is arguably the best VR headset yet. It features an improved screen that offers a 2880x1600 resolution AMOLED display, which is 78 percent sharper than the original Vive. This immediately makes text more legible and objects off in the distance look clearer. The pixels don't completely disappear, but it's hard to notice them if you aren't looking for them. The headset's field of view remains roughly the same, however, at 110 degrees.The Vive Pro also features a new ergonomic design that is more comfortable and balanced than its front-heavy predecessor. Like HTC's Deluxe Audio Strap (DAS) attachment for the Vive, the Vive Pro comes with built-in headphones, and they do a great job blocking out sound this time around. The headset also features a dial to adjust tightness like the DAS, which we prefer over the strap design of the original.The exterior of the HMD has a dark navy blue tint to it, and the front of the headset features two cameras as opposed to the Vive's singular solution. The Vive Pro will ship with Valve's new lighthouse trackers, which offer more tracking space and allow you to pair up to four of them together for even larger play spaces.The Vive Pro seems geared towards VR enthusiasts and VR arcades. Unfortunately, HTC did not announce a specific price or release date for the headset, but it did mention that original Vive users would be able to upgrade to the HMD using their existing controllers and trackers.The company also showed off its WiGig wireless attachment for the Vive, which it developed in collaboration with Intel. It attaches to the back of the headset, and comes with a battery bank and allows the Vive and the Vive Pro to go wireless. We got a chance to try out the device and can say that it's able to deliver a smooth, low-latency performance. The tradeoff, however, is that the video feed does look significantly compressed. It is worth mentioning that the WiGig isn't finished, so this could potentially improve over time.For more on what we saw this week, check out our look at the best gaming hardware at CES 2018.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
As James Franco was accepting the Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for his work in The Disaster Artist, several women were preparing to speak their minds about inappropriate interactions they've had with him in the past. While the actor wore a black tuxedo and a Time's Up pin, symbolizing his standing in unity with those in Hollywood who are fighting back against sexual misconduct, these women say Franco is part of the problem.Several different women have spoken to the Los Angeles Times about their experiences with Franco, some who were students of his acting school, others who appeared in his low-budget film productions. "I feel there was an abuse of power, and there was a culture of exploiting non-celebrity women, and a culture of women being replaceable," Sarah Tither-Kaplan says of her time working on one of Franco's movies.James Franco in The Disaster ArtistShe specifically mentions a scene in one of his films where Franco partook in an orgy with several female actresses. According to Tither-Kaplan, he removed the protective plastic guards covering the actresses' genitals while simulating oral sex.Hilary Dusome, who took an acting class with Franco in 2012, says she was asked to appear in what was deemed as an "art film," in which she wore lingerie and a mask--along with several other women--in a strip club. Natalie Chmiel, another actress on the shoot, alleges she was told the footage was being used for a fashion commercial.However, both women say they were approached by Franco during the shoot and asked which actress wanted to take their shirt off. "I felt like I was selected for something based on my hard work and my merit, and when I realized it was because I have nice [breasts], it was pretty clear that was not the case," Drusome tells the Los Angeles Times. Chmiel adds, "He just took advantage of our eagerness to work and be a part of something bigger."The alleged misconduct wasn't limited to Franco's films, though. Violet Paley says he pressured her into performing oral sex on him in 2016, after offering to give her notes on a script she'd written. "I was talking to him, all of a sudden his penis was out," she says of their experience in her car. "I got really nervous, and I said, 'Can we do this later?' He was kind of nudging my head down, and I just didn't want him to hate me, so I did it."Franco's attorney disputes all of the claims. This isn't the first time his conduct has been called into question, though. In 2014, it was discovered he was flirting with a 17-year-old girl on Instagram. After asking her age and if she had a boyfriend, he then asked which hotel in New York City she was staying at and whether he could come there to rent a room.In a later appearance on Live with Kelly and Michael, Franco apologized for his acts. "I'm embarrassed, and I guess I'm just a model of how social media is tricky," he said at the time. "I used bad judgment and I learned my lesson."While not addressing any of the women making allegations by name, Franco has also addressed these current claims. During an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, he says, "Look, in my life, I pride myself on taking responsibility for things that I have done. I have to do that to maintain my well being. The things that I heard that were on Twitter are not accurate. But I completely support people coming out and being able to have a voice because they didn't have a voice for so long. So I don't want to shut them down in any way."Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
The second beta test for Dragon Ball FighterZ takes place this weekend, but players don't have to wait until then to start downloading it. The Dragon Ball FighterZ beta client is now available to pre-load on PS4 and Xbox One, giving you a chance to prepare for the upcoming demo ahead of time.The client can be downloaded on PS4 from the PlayStation Store and on Xbox One from the Microsoft Store. Players will need to have 2.4 GB of free space on PS4 in order to download the client, while it takes up 3.13 GB on Xbox One.The beta kicks off for everyone at 12 AM PT / 3 AM ET on January 14 and runs until the same times on January 16. However, those who pre-order Dragon Ball FighterZ digitally will be able to jump into the beta 24 hours early, on January 13. In order to get early access, pre-purchasers will need to download the Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta Early Access DLC in addition to the beta client.The Dragon Ball FighterZ beta features seven different stages to battle on, as well as a Battle Tutorial mode and two different Dramatic Scenes. Participants will be able to choose from 11 playable characters, including some recently announced fighters like Beerus, Kid Buu, adult Gohan, and Nappa. The full beta roster consists of:GokuVegetaAdult GohanFriezaKid BuuCellPiccoloKrillinNappaAndroid 18BeerusDragon Ball FighterZ releases for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on January 26. Bandai Namco recently shared Dragon Ball FighterZ's minimum and recommended specs for the PC version. You can see all of the confirmed Dragon Ball FighterZ characters so far in our gallery, including the three most recently recently announced fighters: Hit, Goku Black, and Beerus from Dragon Ball Super.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
Nintendo has a reputation for strong first-party games but limited third-party support. But with Nintendo Switch, the company is looking to turn that reputation around. And with today's surprise announcement of Dark Souls Remastered, the hybrid console is looking like an even friendlier platform for hardcore gaming experiences.Nintendo ended today's Direct Mini presentation with a very short trailer and a May 25 release for Dark Souls Remastered. Dark Souls' previous re-release on PC was dubbed the Prepare to Die edition, which makes it sound a separate version of the game. However, in a press release following the Direct, Nintendo clarified that Remastered "includes the Artorias of the Abyss DLC, as well as improved framerate and resolution from the original." A remastered version of Dark Souls is also coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC.Dark Souls Remastered joins other surprising titles that have released on Nintendo's platform, such as last year's Doom and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as well as the upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Payday 2. And while it may not be exclusive, it joins the ever-expanding list of Nintendo Switch games coming in 2018.You can catch up on all the other news and announcements from today's short Direct presentation here, including the release date for Payday 2 on Switch as well as details for a free update to Super Mario Odyssey.Watch Today's Surprise Nintendo Direct, Which Is All About New Switch GamesAll The New Switch Games Announced At Today's Nintendo DirectDark Souls Remastered Coming To Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze Port Announced, Release Date ConfirmedFree Super Mario Odyssey DLC Update Coming To Nintendo Switch, Here's What It AddsZelda Action Game Hyrule Warriors Announced For Nintendo Switch, With Breath Of The Wild CostumesNew Mario + Rabbids DLC Makes An Iconic Nintendo Favorite Playable On SwitchNintendo Switch Re-release Of The World Ends With You AnnouncedNew Pokken Tournament DX DLC Brings Fresh Characters To Switch VersionNew Nintendo Switch Mario Tennis Game Revealed, Release Window AnnouncedPayday 2 Nintendo Switch Release Date ConfirmedInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
The comparisons are understandable--inevitable, even--but Electric Dreams' psychedelia-infused cosmic clouds and wire tangles are not the antidote to Black Mirror's technophobia poison. Electric Dreams does strive for something different than its predecessor in modern sci-fi anthology shows, but it's not the anti-Black Mirror.Black Mirror Season 4 debuted on Netflix in time for holiday-breakers to enter the new year sweating whether killer machines, child murderers, and dystopian dating apps will do us in first, or we'll simply block out reality with brain implants or get trapped in computer chips and tortured for all eternity. It's grim stuff, but we eat it up because deep down we feel we deserve it.Enter Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams, a joint production between the British Channel 4 and Sony Pictures Television, whose US rights were bought by Amazon, echoing Black Mirror's journey from Channel 4 to Netflix over the last few years. The show debuted its first six episodes in the UK late last year, with the full season landing on Amazon in the US this week.In interviews, Electric Dreams' creators have been perfectly able to articulate how the newer show stands out from Black Mirror. "The future doesn't have to be terrible," executive producer Michael Dinner told GameSpot in an interview last year.That may be true, but Electric Dreams' visions of the future often are. In the very first episode, "The Hood Maker," humans who've developed telepathy are relegated to third-world ghettos and referred to as "it" instead of "he" or "she." In "Crazy Diamond," lab-made humans have an expiration date and growing your own vegetables is illegal. In "Real Life," virtual reality tech is so advanced it can make you question which life is really your own, while "Human Is" sees a future where a space-faring humanity invades other planets and exterminates alien species in pursuit of valuable, rare resources--like oxygen.The future may not be terrible by necessity, but let's be honest: It probably will be. As an author, Philip K. Dick was well aware of this, and any adaptations of his work--Minority Report, Paycheck, Blade Runner, Total Recall, The Man in the High Castle, and yes, Electric Dreams--won't be able to escape that.However, Electric Dreams does stake out its own place in this space. Black Mirror is almost always fettered by its obsession with technology, usually landing somewhere in the near future so its temple-mounted doodads and shrapnel-spewing robot dogs remain partially recognizable to us.Electric Dreams spans the wide breadth of Dick's short stories, from the contemporary noir thrillers to far future, traditional sci-fi, where humanity has expanded throughout the stars, and Earth is just a distant memory.It's also not limited by what's plausible or realistic. Electric Dreams doesn't need to chart a path from our present to each episode's version of the future, prodding that vulnerable soft spot in all our brains that screams back, "This could really happen!" Whether in an imaginary town in "The Commuter" or the weepy spiritual overtones of "Impossible Planet," Electric Dreams is free to dip its toes into the unbelievable, the supernatural, and whatever else it wants.In that way, Electric Dreams does manage to stand out from Black Mirror. Each new episode is less a preemptive admonishment--What fresh dystopian hell did we get ourselves into this time?--and more a genuine journey. The question becomes: Where are we headed next? Black Mirror may embody contemporary, predictive, dystopian science fiction, but Electric Dreams does a fantastic job capturing the essence of Dick's era of golden age sci-fi.The future may still be terrible, but in Electric Dreams' visions there remains potential for improvement. It may not be the anti-Black Mirror, but like all of Dick's work throughout the 20th century, it definitely has something to say. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
While the first season of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale left with the fate of Offred (Elisabeth Moss) hanging in the balance, the first look at the new season of the series is making it pretty clear. Not only has Offred survived, but she's getting bloody.Hulu has released three photos from the new season of Handmaid's Tale, which provide a shocking look at what's to come, including a funeral for a handmaid. In the image, which you can see below, a number of handmaids gather in their funeral garb during a snowy memorial for one of their own. It's not revealed who the fallen handmaid is.Another image shows Offred with a defiant look on her face, covered in blood. She certainly doesn't look injured, leaving fans to wonder whose blood that is. It should also have them questioning whether she's still pregnant.What is known about the new season, as reported by Entertainment Weekly, is that the series will begin to explore those who have been able to escape captivity. The Handmaid's Tale will visit Colonies of those who have been exiled from Gilead, which can also be seen in the photos. The Colonies are made up of pieces of North America that are too polluted or contaminated for the general public to live in, which doesn't sound good.Still, overall, the second season of The Handmaid's Tale remains a mystery. Given that Season 1 adapted the Margaret Atwood novel the show is based on in full, Season 2 is exploring new territory. With Atwood helping guide the series as a consulting producer, though, it should be interesting to see where the world goes from here.The second season of The Handmaid's Tale, which was one of GameSpot's top TV shows of 2017, arrives on Hulu in April.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
Niantic's kicking off Pokemon Go's new year with a brand-new monthly event called Community Days. Beginning January 20, Niantic invites you to join other Pokemon Go players in your area.Once a month, Pokemon Go players are encouraged to meet up in local parks. This not only gives everyone a chance to mix and mingle, but also a shot at catching the event's exclusive Pokemon. For just a few hours that day, one Pokemon with an exclusive move will be available to catch. Niantic did not specify if these event Pokemon are exclusive to the host parks, or anywhere around the world.For January's event, Niantic has already confirmed the special Pokemon will be Surfing Pikachu. This Pikachu first appeared in Pokemon Yellow as part of a minigame call Pikachu's Beach--it remains in the games today as a Pikachu with the move Surf.Other bonuses such as increased XP, Stardust, and Lure Modules may be available during every Community Days event. Even if you can't get your hands on the special Pokemon, it might be worth it to go out to collect some easy extras.The January 20 Community Days event times are as follows:Asia-Pacific: Noon to 3:00 PM JSTEurope, the Middle East, Africa, and India: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM UTCThe Americas and Greenland: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM PSTThis announcement is one of many Pokemon-related updates revealed recently. Pokemon Go may not be compatible with older iPhones after a new update, Detective Pikachu is headed to the West with a giant Amiibo, and the New Nintendo 2DS XL: Pikachu Edition is set to release this month.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
In an influx of Pikachu-related news, a limited edition New 2DS XL is on its way to the West. Later this month, everyone's favorite electric mouse is getting its own iteration of the 3DS-game-playing system, Nintendo has announced.The bright yellow handheld features a close-up of Pikachu's cheery face and rosy red cheeks with brown accents. Like the rest of the 2DS family of systems, this model will not have 3D capabilities, but does have every other feature of the New 3DS like Amiibo scanning and the c-stick. It will be available on January 26 for $160 / £117.The reveal of this system comes after the announcement of 3DS title Detective Pikachu's western release and giant $30 Amiibo figure. The title released last year in Japan, but localization details were not revealed until today. The game will launch in March for $40 / £35.Along with the release of the New 2DS XL: Pikachu Edition system is the digital version of Pokemon Crystal. This 2001 Game Boy Color game is the sister title to Pokemon Gold and Silver. Pick it up on January 26 in the Eshop for $10 / £9.In other Pokemon news, Pokemon Go won't work on some older iPhones after a forthcoming update. For those still playing Sun and Moon or Ultra Sun and Moon, make sure to head on over to our list of free gifts you can get in both versions and check out why Ultra Sun and Moon won't be coming to Switch.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
Nintendo has confirmed the release date for Payday 2 on Nintendo Switch as February 27. The announcement was made during it's news-packed Nintendo Direct event, where the game's new character was also detailed.This character is called Joy, who is described as computer wiz that specialises in heists. Also included in the event was confirmation that an online multiplayer mode will be included in the Switch version of Payday 2. Joy was described as being a timed-exclusive for the Switch version, so the character will eventually show up in Payday 2 on other platforms.As previously detailed, Payday 2 runs in Switch's portable and tabletop modes, as well as docked. It will feature a new interface and touchscreen support on the platform. Payday 2 was originally released back in 2013 for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Since then it has made its way to PS4 and Xbox One. Overkill is also currently working on a VR version of the game.GameSpot's Payday 2 review awarded the game a 7/10, with Chris Watters saying its "systems and mechanics all have small flaws and limitations, but they come together to set the stage for exciting heists that you'll want to pull again and again." He added: "As long as you can find some felons to fight alongside, Payday 2 is an addictive and challenging criminal pursuit."In 2016, Swedish publisher Starbreeze announced it had fully acquired the rights to the crime game franchise, and confirmed that Payday 3 was in development.During the surprise Nintendo Direct a number of other big announcements were also made. These include free Super Mario Odyssey DLC and a Dark Souls remaster for Switch. For more, check out our roundup of all the new Nintendo Switch games announced here and you can also watch the full Nintendo Direct here. Our full coverage is outlined below.Watch Today's Surprise Nintendo Direct, Which Is All About New Switch GamesAll The New Switch Games Announced At Today's Nintendo DirectDark Souls Remastered Coming To Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze Port Announced, Release Date ConfirmedFree Super Mario Odyssey DLC Update Coming To Nintendo Switch, Here's What It AddsZelda Action Game Hyrule Warriors Announced For Nintendo Switch, With Breath Of The Wild CostumesNew Mario + Rabbids DLC Makes An Iconic Nintendo Favorite Playable On SwitchNintendo Switch Re-release Of The World Ends With You AnnouncedNew Pokken Tournament DX DLC Brings Fresh Characters To Switch VersionNew Nintendo Switch Mario Tennis Game Revealed, Release Window AnnouncedPayday 2 Nintendo Switch Release Date ConfirmedInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
This week's surprise Nintendo Direct presentation may have been all about new Switch games on the horizon, but the company also announced two new demos, now available for free in the Eshop. A demo is now available for Kirby Battle Royale on 3DS and one for Dragon Quest Builders on Switch is coming today. While it wasn't mentioned in the Switch presentation, Forma.8 is also getting a free demo.Kirby Battle Royale is a tournament game where 1-4 players face off in local or online battles. There are 10 different battle modes and a host of abilities, along with a single-player story mode, where you uncover King Dedede's nefarious plan while unlocking abilities and battle types in the Cake Royale tournament. The demo lets you play three battles in the single-player and multiplayer mode, while letting you try out the Sword, Cutter, and Beetle abilities. The game will release on January 19, and you'll be able to transfer any coins you earn in the demo to the full game at that time.Meanwhile, players will be able to try out a demo of Dragon Quest Builders on Nintendo Switch. First released for PS4 and Vita in 2016, it's a sandbox spinoff of the Dragon Quest series positioned as the series' answer to Minecraft. The game has a very blocky visual style, with your primary objective being to find materials to craft buildings and other objects in order to rebuild the world of Alefgard (the backdrop for the first-ever Dragon Quest title). When it releases on February 9, it will come with Switch-exclusive content, like the ability to gather special materials with the Great Sabrecub to unlock retro customization options.Also coming today in a free demo for Switch, Forma.8 is Metroidvania-style action-adventure game with a cool visual style and a huge world to explore. It puts you on the surface of an alien planet, where you're stranded alone. Your mission is to recover a lost, powerful energy source while discovering lots of mysteries about the world around you. The full game was released for Switch in August.Nintendo also dropped tons of Switch news during today's Direct, including a port of Dark Souls and new DLC for games like Super Mario Odyssey, Mario + Rabbids, and Pokken Tournament DX. For all the news and announcements, check out GameSpot's full rundown of today's Nintendo Direct.Watch Today's Surprise Nintendo Direct, Which Is All About New Switch GamesAll The New Switch Games Announced At Today's Nintendo DirectDark Souls Remastered Coming To Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze Port Announced, Release Date ConfirmedFree Super Mario Odyssey DLC Update Coming To Nintendo Switch, Here's What It AddsZelda Action Game Hyrule Warriors Announced For Nintendo Switch, With Breath Of The Wild CostumesNew Mario + Rabbids DLC Makes An Iconic Nintendo Favorite Playable On SwitchNintendo Switch Re-release Of The World Ends With You AnnouncedNew Pokken Tournament DX DLC Brings Fresh Characters To Switch VersionNew Nintendo Switch Mario Tennis Game Revealed, Release Window AnnouncedPayday 2 Nintendo Switch Release Date ConfirmedInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
If you're looking for a scare, this week Netflix has a few additions you should make time for. In addition to new seasons of TV shows and some original comedy specials, the streaming service is adding a couple of very scary movies--and one your kids are going to love.On the frightening front, The Conjuring arrived on Netflix on January 10. The 2013 horror film launched a franchise that includes two sequels, two Annabelle movies, and at least two more spin-off films in the years to come--The Nun and The Crooked Man.In addition to The Conjuring, this week also saw the arrival of 47 Meters Down on Netflix. The survival-horror film follows two sisters stranded inside of a shark cage on the ocean floor, with Mandy Moore and Claire Holt starring. Rounding out the movie additions for the week is Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.Also premiering on Netflix is the second season of Disjointed, the original series starring Kathy Bates as a marijuana dispensary owner. The sci-fi series Colony also has its second season--which aired in 2017--available to stream.You can take a look at everything being added to Netflix this week below. You can also see everything arriving in January on the streaming service.January 8The ConjuringJanuary 1047 Meters DownAlejandro Riaño Especial de stand up (Netflix Original)Captain Underpants: The First Epic MovieJanuary 12Colony: Season 2Disjointed: Part 2 (Netflix Original)Somebody Feed Phil (Netflix Original)The Man Who Would Be Polka KingThe Polka King (Netflix Original)Tom Segura: Disgraceful (Netflix Original)Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
World of Warplanes was originally released in 2013 for PC, but the game has been essentially re-released with a recent 2.0 update. The new version promises more strategic combat, in the form of the new Conquest Mode, a new class of aircraft, and more. Check out some of the game in action in the video above.While the game has traditionally focused on straight-up dogfights, World of Warplanes 2.0's new Conquest Mode is focused on tactical superiority and cooperation between classes of aircraft. You play as part of a team that attacks or defends key sectors on the map, and will need to make full use of all the game's multiple classes to win.Another big change to the game is the addition of Bombers. As you can imagine, the new class's focus is its large payload of bombs, which you drop on enemy territory from high altitudes where only certain other types of fighters can intercept them. The game's developers say players who want more tactical gameplay will enjoy it. Bombers also have a special camera mode called bomb sight that will help you bomb the right target.There are many other additions to the game too, including changes to the way maps work, tweaks to the game's economy, and the ability to respawn in the same battle. The 2.0 update also comes with completely overhauled graphics. You can get a full look at all of the new additions on World of Warplanes' website.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
Like other digital storefronts, the Nintendo Switch Eshop is ringing in 2018 with a limited-time sale. The Nindies New Year Sale is going on from now until January 15, and it offers discounts on a handful of great games for Nintendo's hybrid console.Unlike the separate first-party Eshop sale going on in Europe, the Nindies sale is available in North America, Europe, and Australia/New Zealand, featuring commensurate discounts across all regions. Switch owners can get the acclaimed rhythm/action game Thumper for $13.39 (£10.71), the retro-inspired adventure game Thimbleweed Park for $15 (£11.24), and the stylish hack-and-slash game Severed for $10 (£9). Other great titles on sale as part of the promotion include:Death Squared -- $11.24 / £9Gonner -- $7 / £6.29Graceful Explosion Machine -- $9 / £7Inversus Deluxe -- $9.74 / £7.14Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime -- $10 / £8Semispheres -- $7 / £6.29ThumperThose aren't the only games currently on sale in the Eshop. Switch owners in the US can also pick up a handful of retro action games from Inti Create games at a discount, including Blaster Master Zero ($7), Mighty Gunvolt Burst ($7), and the Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack ($32). Those titles will be on sale until January 14. Additionally, the co-op action-RPG Nine Parchments is $18, the supernatural adventure game Oxenfree is $5, and the logic puzzle game The Bridge is $4.49.You can find the full list of games on sale right now in the US Eshop on Nintendo's website. Those in Europe, meanwhile, have access to a different selection of discounted titles, including Arms, 1-2-Switch, Flip Wars, and Romancing SaGa 2. You can find the list of Europe's Eshop sales here.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-01-13
As promised, Bungie has made a wide variety of announcements about changes on the way to Destiny 2. The developer has pledged to be more open about its development plans for the future, and among those are significant adjustments to Eververse and the items that are distributed through the microtransaction-based store.Bungie acknowledged that "the scales are tipped too far towards Tess at the moment," referencing the in-game shopkeeper who runs Eververse. The store "was never intended to be a substitute for end-game content and rewards," which is what has become for dedicated players. To address this, Bungie outlined a number of changes in a new blog post.For starters, Bungie says it's "shifting the balance of new content in favor of activity rewards over Bright Engrams," which are currently obtained by leveling up or purchasing them with real money. Activity rewards will now include things like Ghosts, Sparrows, and ships, which Bungie noted were only acquired through Bright Engrams recently. And while they'll no longer be the exclusive home for those items, there will be a "gameplay path" to obtaining Bright Engrams and their rewards. That change also applies to event-specific Engrams, like those offered during The Dawning, something that was a major criticism of the recently concluded event. Furthermore, Bungie intends to provide more ways of directly purchasing the items players want, rather than having to blindly purchase Bright Engrams in the hopes of getting what you're looking for.More changes will be introduced with the start of Season 3, but some will be in place for the start of the next seasonal event, Crimson Days, on February 13. Completing certain milestones during the event will earn you rewards, including a Legendary emote (for the Nightfall milestone), weapon skin (Raid milestone), and Exotic Sparrow (Crimson Days milestone). When leveling up, you'll earn both a Crimson Engram (for the event) and an Illuminated Engram during the event. Crimson Engrams can also be earned through drops in the Crimson Days match and finishing the aforementioned Crimson Days milestone with each of your characters. This Engram is "very strongly weighted to new rewards when decrypted until all new event items have been obtained."As noted above, outside of real-money purchases, Engrams are earned by leveling up. Given the value of the rewards inside, that's part of what made last year's XP controversy so significant (the other component being the lack of communication from Bungie). The studio said it's continuing to look at how quickly XP is earned, but it agrees that the current setup is not ideal."Right now, it's too slow in general and lopsided towards grinding specific activities (which is not a fun grind) and we want to fix that without making those activities low value to players who aren't grinding them (fairness is cool)," Bungie explained. "Our first attempt turned out to be unworkably buggy so we’re having to investigate other angles. We will continue to update you as we move forward."All of this is just some of the changes outlined in Bungie's development update post. It also made it clearer what content will be available for free to all owners (versus those who purchase the DLC), announced the return of Faction Rallies (which will follow server maintenance), and outlined a ton of short- and long-term updates that are coming, including Masterwork armor and quality-of-life improvements.Info from Gamespot.com
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