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2018-05-05
Avengers: Infinity War is the longest movie yet in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Given everything the film had to accomplish and the endless list of characters it needed to service, that should come as no surprise. Still, that doesn't mean there was no footage left on the cutting room floor.While most of what was shot for the film was used in the final product, Infinity War co-directors the Russo brothers have revealed details about one special deleted scene to Entertainment Weekly. "I think there's one really funny Guardians scene that didn't make the cut," Joe Russo says. "It's just more of a straight-up comedic scene."Anthony Russo sheds a bit more light on the scene. "It's a scene where they're sort of stuck. There's a point in the movie where they're stuck without knowing what to do. And it was just this absurd scene of the Guardians not knowing where to go. And it was really fun and it was very endearing to us. But because the movie is so big and so propulsive, it just wasn't quite pushing us where we needed to go."Everything else Joe describes as "loose ends here and there" that were trimmed to get Infinity War to its final running time. Additionally, as he explains, it makes sense that so little else was removed from the film."You have to be so vigilant in the script phase about what you are going to include in the movie just from a storytelling standpoint and be really difficult on the material because it is so expensive to acquire the material and you have limited time with some of the actors," Joe says. "Schedules don't always line up, so you have to be really targeted."As for whether you'll ever get to see that deleted scene featuring the Guardians of the Galaxy, never fear. The Russos confirm it will be available on the home release of Avengers: Infinity War. Maybe this scene will explain whatever happened to Kraglin.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
A new week means a new set of video game deals has appeared at storefronts both physical and digital. In our ongoing quest to inform you about all the best deals in the wide world of gaming, we've gathered all the most notable sales into one place: right here. So whether you play games on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, or PC, we have you covered for all the best games available at the lowest prices this week.Multiplatform For starters, Target has a host of top-notch recent games on sale for up to 50% off. Some highlights include Monster Hunter World ($45), as well as Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and Persona 5 (both $30). And over at GameStop, you can get digital games like Red Dead Redemption on sale for up to half off. If you don't mind entering a promo code to get your discount, check out Newegg's sale on games and controllers.And if you're looking for a free game to play this weekend, five fantastic big games, including Call of Duty: WWII, are free to play this weekend on various platforms.PS4Best buy is running a fantastic sale on PS4 games this week. You can save big on games like Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition ($40) and Shadow of the Colossus ($30).This week happens to be the week of May 4--AKA Star Wars day. To celebrate, Sony has cut prices on many digital Star Wars games in half. It's called the May the 4th sale, and it has offers like $30 for Star Wars Battlefront II going on all week. That's in addition to the Golden Week sale (also running through May 8) and the Totally Digital sale, which lasts through May 29. That's a lot of sales on PS4, PS3, and Vita games.But Sony's not done yet. May's free games for PlayStation Plus members are now available, meaning you can grab Beyond: Two Souls, Rayman Legends, and more without spending an extra cent.Xbox OneIf you've been waiting for a sale to buy the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, wait no longer. CDKeys has it on sale for $18, the best price we've seen yet--and it even includes a copy of Assassin's Creed Unity. And if you happen to own Battlefield 1 on Xbox One or PC, you can download the They Shall Not Pass DLC for free between now and May 15. And this weekend you can play XCOM 2 for free.Nintendo SwitchA number of Switch (and 3DS) games are on sale this week on the Nintendo Eshop. You can save money on games like Lego Worlds, Sonic Forces, and more.PCBecause it's a new month, Twitch/Amazon Prime subscribers can now download their six free PC games for May 2018. While you're at it, be sure to secure your free Heroes of the Storm loot, too. You can also grab a bunch of gorgeous games for cheap in the Humble CryEngine Bundle. And if that's not enough, you can get Destiny 2 and a bunch of mystery games in June's Humble Monthly.Check back all week, because we're not done posting about the best video game sales available.Five games you can play free this weekendPUBG + Assassin's Creed Unity Xbox One for $18Star Wars Day deal roundupTarget video game saleBest Buy video game salePS4 Star Wars game salePS4 Golden Week salePS4 Totally Digital saleNewegg video game saleFree PS Plus games for MayFree Amazon/Twitch Prime PC games for MayFree Twitch Prime loot for MayFree Battlefield 1 DLCHumble CryEngine BundleGameStop's weekly saleDestiny 2 and more in June's Humble MonthlySome links to supporting retailers are automatically made into affiliate links, and GameSpot may receive a small share of those sales. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Comedian and late night TV host Conan O'Brien's "Clueless Gamer" segment is back with a new episode for Sony's newly released PlayStation 4 game God of War. O'Brien is joined by another funny person, Bill Hader, and they do a good job at making light of a serious game.Part of the appeal is hearing the jokes as they unfold naturally, so we won't spoil anything for you. And it's worth noting that this video appears to only use footage from the start of the game, but if you haven't started God of War yet and want to go in clean, it may be best to avoid it.Publishers typically pay for their games to show up on Clueless Gamer as part of a marketing campaign, and presumably that is also true for this God of War spot. Clueless Gamer has been so popular that there was talk of Clueless Gamer getting spun off into its own show, but it's unclear if this is still in the cards.In other God of War news, Sony announced today that the game sold 3.1 million copies in its first three days, which makes it the "fastest-selling first-party title on PS4" ever. The game was developed by Santa Monica Studios under the leadership and direction of Cory Barlog.God of War launched on April 20 and was met with widespread critical acclaim. GameSpot awarded it a 9/10 in our God of War review and said, "Everything new it does is for the better, and everything it holds onto benefits as a result. Kratos is no longer a predictable brute. God of War is no longer an old-fashioned action series. With this reboot, it confidently walks a new path that will hopefully lead to more exciting adventures to come."Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
The US video game retailer GameStop has refreshed its weekly deals and released a new ad with info on all the sales going on between May 2-8. Let's dig in and see what the best deals available this week are.Oddly enough for the brick-and-mortar store, the top deals are on digital games and content for PS4 and Xbox One. If the new Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer got you hyped (see above), you can grab the original on Xbox One for $10 right now (it's backwards compatible).You can also get Bioshock: The Collection, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, and XCOM 2 for $20 each. The Sims 4 and most of its expansions are on sale for half off on Xbox One. There are also plenty of savings on add-ons like virtual currency for NBA 2K18 and the Call of Duty: WWII season pass.Whether you're planning to head to your local GameStop to pick up a Legendary Pokemon code, you can get Pokemon collectibles for 25% off. These include all kinds of items, from plushes to fleeces to coffee mugs. You have--no joke--27 pages of Pokemon gear to choose from.And if you have some games you're ready to trade in, you can get 40% extra credit for trading toward the purchase of God of War, Nintendo Labo, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, and State of Decay 2.Digital games on sale at GameStopBattleborn -- $7Bioshock: The Collection -- $20Borderlands: The Handsome Collection -- $20Mafia III -- $16Red Dead Redemption (BC on Xbox One) -- $10The Sims 4 -- $25WWE 2K18 -- $30WWE 2K18 Deluxe Edition -- $40XCOM 2 -- $20Some links to supporting retailers are automatically made into affiliate links, and GameSpot may receive a small share of those sales.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is an Xbox One console exclusive, at least for the time being. If you've been wanting to check it out but haven't wanted to spend $30 to buy it (especially while its competitor Fortnite is free to play), you'll definitely want to check out this deal: CDKeys is selling digital codes for PUBG for $22--and it comes with a copy of Assassin's Creed Unity.That's the lowest price we've seen yet for the Xbox One version of this game alone. You effectively get two huge games for $22. And if you want to save an extra 5%, you can "like" CDKeys on Facebook, which gives you an additional discount code (desktop only). That brings the price down to $17.PUBG is still in early access on Xbox One, but it's receiving regular updates. In fact, it's set to get a new map soon, effectively doubling the content. As for the game itself, in GameSpot's PUBG review, Michael Higham wrote, "Each phase of a match presents a different type of tension that is equal parts thrilling and terrifying, driven by the insatiable desire to be the last person (or squad) standing. Whether you play solo or in a group, successfully executing adaptive tactics to win intense, high-stakes firefights makes for an incredibly rewarding experience. Every player has unique stories of their most memorable matches, and even after hundreds of hours, PUBG continues to inspire rousing tales of victory and defeat."As for Assassin's Creed Unity, it drops players in a detailed re-creation of Paris during the French Revolution. In GameSpot's Assassin's Creed Unity review, Mark Walton wrote, "Assassin's Creed Unity is at once comfortingly familiar, yet drastically different. For all its recognizable tropes, and for all its throwbacks to Assassin's Creeds of old, Unity is surprisingly progressive. The sprawling narratives and endless procession of historical figures that have come to define the series have given way to a sharply focused, personal tale that eschews moments of joviality for something altogether much darker in tone."Codes for Assassin's Creed Unity are limited, so if you want both games for $22, hop on this deal quickly. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
If you follow video game deals, you're probably aware you can save 20% on game pre-orders from Amazon and Best Buy. The catch is that you have to subscribe to Amazon Prime or Best Buy's Gamers Club Unlocked, and those programs cost money to join. But on rare occasions, the stars align and you can lock in a pre-order for an even bigger discount without being a member of either program. That's what's happening now for SoulCalibur VI. Amazon has the Xbox One version of the game available for pre-order for $45 for everyone--that's a full 25% off--before the game is even out.In fact, this deal is live before the game even has a release date. SoulCalibur VI is set to release sometime this year, but Bandai Namco has yet to specify an official date. The game is also coming to PC, but that version is not currently marked down.There's no telling when SoulCalibur VI's pre-order price will shoot back up to its usual $60, so lock in your pre-order now if you're interested in the game. Amazon doesn't charge until the game ships, so you can always cancel your pre-order at any time with no penalty.Pre-order Soulcalibur VI for Xbox One -- $45SoulCalibur VI is a Bandai Namco fighting game that takes place in the 1600s and is focused on weapons-based combat. In addition to many series regulars, including Siegfried and Taki, the roster of fighters will include the witcher himself, Geralt of Rivia. In fact, Geralt will even grace the SoulCalibur VI cover."We've collaborated with Bandai Namco artists to faithfully recreate Geralt, and shared original Witcher 3: Wild Hunt assets like Geralt's model, animations, and weapons," said CD Projekt Red community lead Marcin Momot. "I think Bandai Namco did an outstanding job of capturing all the details and introducing The Witcher to SoulCalibur in a way fans of both series will enjoy."Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
With Sony running a sale on the PlayStation Store and Microsoft doing the same on the Xbox Store, it's about time Nintendo joined the festivities. This week, the company has put a number of Switch and 3DS games on sale on the Nintendo Eshop. We've combed through the deals and highlighted the best of the bunch below. Read on to save money on these digital games.On Switch, you can grab the fairly new crossover game Bridge Constructor Portal for $10, down from $15. It has you build bridges and deploy portals to guide a forklift from point A to point B through each hazardous level. Also on sale is Lego Worlds ($15), an open-world, procedurally-generated game that's not unlike Minecraft, but with blocks that look like actual Legos.For a more action-oriented experience, you might try the Metroidvania game Axiom Verge ($18), the hack-and-slash game Slain: Back from Hell ($10), or the mascot platformer Sonic Forces ($24). Trivia and party game junkies should check out The Jackbox Party Pack 4 ($19).Over on 3DS, you can get the well-regarded JRPG 7th Dragon III Code: VFD for half off at $20. The Legend of Legacy is currently $15, while the turn-based strategy game Stella Glow is down to $15. And if a music game starring "the most famous virtual singer" in the world is your kind of game, you can get Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX for $20.Nintendo Switch dealsAxiom Verge -- $18Bridge Constructor Portal -- $10The Jackbox Party Pack 4 -- $19Lego Worlds -- $15Slain: Back from Hell -- $10Sonic Forces -- $24Nintendo 3DS deals7th Dragon III Code: VFD -- $20Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX -- $20The Legend of Legacy -- $15Stella Glow -- $15For a full list of Eshop game sales, check here. And for information on all the best sales across all platforms, be sure to keep an eye on our frequently updated weekly roundup.Some links to supporting retailers are automatically made into affiliate links, and GameSpot may receive a small share of those sales.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Buying a video game can be a risky thing. What if you don't like it? What if it's not how you imagined it would be? You're often out of luck. But what if you could try a game before you buy it? For five games this weekend, you can. These worthy games are free to play this weekend across various platforms. Better yet, if you choose to buy the full games, you can get them on sale. Here are the games you can play this weekend without spending a nickel.Call of Duty: WWII -- (PC)The latest installment in this premier FPS franchise has sold plenty of copies, but that doesn't mean everyone has tried it. If you've yet to pull the trigger on Call of Duty: WWII, Activision would like to give you a chance to change your mind. This weekend, PC gamers can try out the game's multiplayer mode for free on Steam. The full game is also on sale for $39 all weekend long.From our 9/10 Call of Duty: WWII review: "As one of the most comprehensive and filler-free Call of Dutys in recent memory, Call of Duty: WWII successfully capitalizes on the series' strengths."For Honor -- (PS4, Xbox One, PC)For Honor is an online melee combat game set in a medieval-style fantasy world. You can see if you have what it takes to hang with the knights, vikings, and samurai for free this weekend on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game is also on sale for $20 on digital platforms. (Note: Xbox One owners will need Xbox Live Gold to play, but the PS4 version doesn't require PS Plus).From our For Honor review: "After slaying countless foes, it’s clear the impact For Honor's combat has had; its fundamental tenets of discipline and restraint are bestowed upon you permanently, forever changing the way you perceive a melee-combat encounter in a game. In its highest moments, For Honor is difficult to put down."XCOM 2 -- (Xbox One)Also free to play this weekend on Xbox One is the turn-based strategy game XCOM 2, which puts you in a leadership role as you fight for humanity's existence against alien overlords. The full game is on sale for $20 this weekend, too. (Note: you'll need an Xbox Live Gold subscription to play).In our 9/10 XCOM 2 review, Mike Mahardy wrote, "This new script supports numerous tweaks to the XCOM formula, all for the better. We're still building an army, researching new technologies, and putting them to use in squad-based strategy missions. But these missions are less about repelling the aliens, and more about sabotaging their global operations whenever we can. We loot supply trains and intercept communications signals to halt the Advent's plan for human eradication. XCOM 2 ties its narrative and gameplay together in such a way that every mission feels critical, and every shot carries weight."Just Cause 3 -- (Xbox One)Fans of over-the-top action should check out Just Cause 3, which is free this weekend on Xbox One. It's basically a sandbox open-world in which all manner of chaos and action movie stunts can and do happen. This game is on sale on the Xbox Store for just $6 all weekend.From our 8/10 Just Cause 3 review: "Just Cause 3 makes no apologies for its outrageous nature. It's a power fantasy in every sense of the phrase, placing you in a world rife with destructible environments and giving you creative instruments with which to destroy them. There are intermittent technical problems, and scripted moments detract from the freedom found elsewhere, but in the end, Just Cause 3 provides a spectacular, explosive sandbox experience."Offworld Trading Company -- (PC)Offworld Trading Company is a real-time strategy PC game set on Mars and made by the lead designer of Civilization IV. It's free to play this weekend on Steam, and you can buy it at half off for $10.From our 9/10 Offworld Trading Company review: "When combined with truly deep and intricate strategic options, Offworld is a revelation. It's almost unparalleled in the genre. Each and every game is thrilling. Every moment is a challenge. And the brutality of the free market ensures that you can never rest on your laurels, less you be quashed by the invisible hand."Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
The newest trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally here, and that's not the only revelation about the much-anticipated western today. What appears to be the game's box art has popped up online at places like Amazon and Rockstar's own website. It shows main character Arthur Morgan pointing a revolver with a menacing look on his face. Also on the page are seven silhouettes, which are presumably the other members of the Van der Linde gang who are at the heart of the story.What's more, the striking box art shows the stars of the American flag. Overall, the art has a warm, red-and-orange color scheme with forest trees alluding to locations in the game.Red Dead Redemption 2 is set in 1899 America, 12 years before the events of 2010's Red Dead Redemption. The story picks up after a robbery goes wrong in Blackwater, with Morgan and the gang on the run; federal agents and bounty hunters are tracking them down. "As deepening internal divisions threaten to tear the gang apart, Arthur must make a choice between his own ideals and loyalty to the gang who raised him," reads a line from Rockstar's official description of the story.The new Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer is stuffed with interesting details; here are 11 fascinating details we caught in the new video.Red Dead Redemption 2 launches on October 26 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Rockstar Games historically does not have a big presence at E3, but anything is possible, especially considering Rockstar's partnership with Sony to give PlayStation gamers first access to some of Red Dead Redemption 2's online content.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Solo: A Star Wars Story director Ron Howard is the narrator of the cult comedy Arrested Development. So when he started doing voiceover for Star Wars promos, everyone wanted him to narrate Star Wars in the style of Arrested Development. Now he has--and it is wonderful. The Star Wars Show writers came up with a script for what A New Hope would be like as an episode of Arrested Development, and they really nailed it.The video is true to Arrested Development to a great degree, including the opening sequence and Howard's trademark pauses and quips. It is well and truly wonderful--have a watch in the video below.Howard replaced directors Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, who were fired by Lucasfilm with less than a year to go before Solo is due in theatres. Howard, who won an Oscar for A Beautiful Mind, talks more about his involvement with such a major production in this episode of The Star Wars Show.Solo: A Star Wars Story stars Alden Ehrenreich as Han and Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian, plus Woody Harrelson, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and Emilia Clarke. It hits theaters on May 25, 2018. Ehrenreich recently let slip that his contract covers three appearances as Han, so we could be seeing more of the actor in the iconic role.In related news, it was announced in February that Jungle Book director Jon Favreau is developing a new live-action Star Wars TV show. The series is set to premiere on Disney's streaming platform, which launches next year. This is in addition to the two new Star Wars movie series in the work, one from Last Jedi director Rian Johnson, the other overseen by Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
The release of the second DLC expansion for Destiny 2, Warmind, is right around the corner, but it's what comes after that which is suddenly much more intriguing. Publisher Activision has teased that this fall will see the addition of a major new mode, although it's keeping specifics under wraps until E3 2018.During a post-earnings conference call with investors, Activision president Coddy Johnson responded to a question about how Bungie plans to continue improving the game. He said Bungie recently hosted a group of Destiny 2 players at the studio to show them both Warmind and some of what's coming this fall. Johnson claimed the response was "very positive" to both what Warmind and the update roadmap are doing, but also to something in the fall update.Without giving away any details, he said the addition is "an incredibly engaging new mode--one that introduces a whole new style of play for first-person shooter gaming generally and certainly for the shared-world shooter space that Destiny created. It's a really exciting development. It's one of the things we think will really speak to the community when it comes out in the fall."Despite this tease, Johnson added that we won't be hearing more about it until after Warmind's release, once E3 rolls around. E3 takes place in LA from June 12-14, and we'll have all the details on whatever Bungie and Activision have to say.Bungie has made a concerted effort of late to better inform players about what's coming to Destiny 2 next. It's outlined a roadmap going through this summer, but so far, we haven't heard anything about the expected fall expansion, which will be the game's third. The original Destiny also faced numerous complaints until the release of its third DLC, The Taken King, that really turned around the perception of the game. We'll find out if E3 if something similar may be in store for Destiny 2. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
A new Overwatch update is out now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and it presents some significant changes for the game. Blizzard has not just introduced the new map, Rialto, but it's also released significant balance updates for several character--with the biggest of the bunch being the long-awaited revamp of Hanzo.Blizzard has been working on an update for Hanzo for some time. As detailed in the full patch notes, this finally implements the changes that have been tested on the PTR recently. He loses his Scatter Arrow ability, which has long been a frustrating component of his kit for enemies. In its place, he gets Storm Arrows, which lets him rapidly fire as many as six arrows. Each of these does less damage than a standard arrow, but they're each fired at max power.Another new ability for Hanzo is Lunge. By pressing jump while he's in mid-air, he's able to leap horizontally. Additionally, his default attack gets a tweak, with his arrows moving more quickly. Sonic Arrow, which is used to highlight the location of enemies near its landing spot, has been adjusted to be used more often but last for a shorter duration. Its cooldown is now 12 seconds (down from 20), its duration is six seconds (down from 10), and its radius is seven meters (down from 10)."The goal of these Hanzo changes is to allow him to have new options and maintain his high damage output, while removing the frustration of fighting against the old Scatter Arrow," Blizzard explained. "Hanzo is now much more mobile with his new Lunge ability, and with the combination of the bow projectile speed increase and the new Storm Arrows ability he can now deal his high damage more consistently than ever before."Other hero updates are less impactful but still noteworthy. The projectile size of Junkrat's Frag Launcher is now smaller, and his RIP-Tire is slightly slower. Lucio's Wall Ride should generally be more reliable and now even lets him go around corners without leaving the wall. His Soundwave ability also doesn't consume ammo and can be activated while he's reloading.Rialto, the new mapTracer's Pulse Bomb loses a chunk of its damage, a change which is meant to make it less deadly to tanks (while still allowing it to kill other characters). The hitbox size of Genji's deflect is now smaller, and the cone angle of Brigitte's Shield Bash has been reduced.The remainder of the patch deals primarily with fixing some lingering bugs and adding some options for custom games. Those include the ability to disable Mercy's passive, Regeneration. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Lucasfilm under the Disney label has become the new caretakers of the Star Wars franchise, but original visionary George Lucas still has some pull. Ron Howard, who directed the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story, revealed that his old colleague Lucas had some feedback for a scene, and he took it."We were doing a scene and he was trying to stay out of the way, but he did lean over and he said, 'You know what Han would really do there?'" Howard said on The Late Show (via EW). "I said, 'What?' And he told me the joke, he gave me a little joke. And I said [to the crew], 'Hey, guess what? Here's what we're gonna do in the next take.' So I know when I hear a good idea."Given the tone of the anecdote, it seems that Lucas' suggestion likely made the cut--though we'll probably have to hear some follow-up from Howard on which quip in particular sprung from the mind of the series creator. Lucas did create Han Solo, and this movie is meant to be a throwback to the iconic rogue, so it makes sense that he'd have thoughts on how to steer the characterization.Of course, Lucas has seemed at times peevish at the direction of the new films under Disney's direction. When The Force Awakens released, he made comments indicating frustration that the company had deviated from his own vision for the series. More recently, he said The Last Jedi was "beautifully made" but stopped short of any further thoughts. It was also apparently not what he had in mind for the future of some of his iconic characters. Lucas hasn't chimed in with thoughts on Solo yet, but we can say with near-certainty that he thinks it has at least one pretty good joke.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Nintendo has added a selection of new rewards to the My Nintendo program. Ahead of the Switch release of Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, members can redeem their points for discounts on several Legend of Zelda games for 3DS and Wii U.On the 3DS side, My Nintendo members can get 30% off of both Ocarina of Time 3D (50 Gold points) and Majora's Mask 3D (90 Gold points). Nintendo is also offering 50% off of the series' three classic Game Boy Color titles: Link's Awakening DX (30 Gold points), Oracle of Ages (30 Gold points), and Oracle of Seasons (240 Platinum points).Wii U owners, meanwhile, can save 30% off of the original N64 version of Ocarina of Time (240 Platinum points). Nintendo is also offering a 30% discount on the HD remasters of The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess; the former can be yours for 470 Platinum points, while the latter is available for 110 Gold points.In addition to the Zelda rewards, both Wii U and 3DS owners can now get 40% off of the original Ninja Gaiden (160 Platinum points). Members can also exchange 90 Gold points for a 30% discount on Ever Oasis, the recent action RPG from developer Grezzo (the studio behind the 3DS remakes of Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask). You can find the full list of rewards on the My Nintendo website.Hyrule Warriors: Definite Edition launches for Switch later this month, on May 18. The game bundles all of the content from the Wii U and 3DS versions of Hyrule Warriors into one package, including all of the game's DLC characters, such as Marin and Yuga. You can read more about the title in our original Hyrule Warriors review.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
We're giving away two copies of Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom - Day One Edition on PS4! Explore a beautifully crafted world and experience the gripping story in an all-new RPG adventure.Entry is open to United States residents only, since the prizes are shipping from the US. Competition ends Wednesday, May 9 at 11:00 AM PDT. Two (2) winners will be chosen.Enter below (the additional entries are OPTIONAL to increase your chances of winning): Info from Gamespot.com
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