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2018-05-05
It's a good day to be a Legion fan. The trippy FX series, which has ties to Marvel Comics, is getting an 11th episode added to its 10-episode season. That means more psychedelic scenes, more bizarre metaphorical moments, and more weirdness before Season 2 comes to a close.The new season finale will air on June 12 at 10 PM ET on FX, according to Deadline. The series follows a young, troubled man named David Haller (Dan Stevens), who is the son of the famed Professor X. He was misdiagnosed with schizophrenia but came to realize he was an exceptionally powerful mutant who has the powers of telepathy and telekinesis. He quickly learns that there are more people out there just like him, and he's no longer alone. However, some of these other mutants aren't very friendly.The newest season revolves around Haller fighting for the future. He continues his battle with the Shadow King, an incredibly powerful telepath in his own right. There have been hints to what could be coming in future episodes, like Haller's father finally appearing on the show. However, it can be tough to figure out just where this show is going sometimes because it's a bit of trip and tends to play with the audience.While Season 1 of Legion was a blast, it felt pretty disconnected from its source material. In Season 2, there are a lot of nods to the X-Men comics, whichmake it finally feel like an X-Men TV series. But this isn't the X-Men universe we know or have seen on the big screen."With the X-Men comics, there are a lot of alt universes, so that has allowed me some leeway," Legion showrunner Noah Hawley told Variety. "And obviously it's a sort of origin story for David, but none of the other characters that I’ve surrounded him with are from the comics. It’s sort of an invented world."We'll have to wait and see what Hawley and company has planned as the season progresses. Legion airs Tuesdays at 10 PM ET on FX.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Season 4 of Fortnite: Battle Royale is underway. In addition to taking part in matches like normal, that also means there are special challenges to complete. Beyond the regular Starter and weekly challenges, Season 4 also presents some additional ones: Blockbuster and Carbide. Here's everything you need to know and details on all of the challenges revealed so far.All Fortnite players on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and mobile are eligible to complete the Starter challenges. These are relatively run-of-the-mill and offer different rewards, including Battle Stars and various minor cosmetics. The Battle Stars allow you to rank up the Battle Pass, which is where the vast majority of Season 4 skins and rewards are located, such as the coveted Omega skin pictured below. However, the free tier has a very limited number of goodies on offer. You'll need to purchase the full Season 4 Battle Pass for 950 V-Bucks to be able to obtain all of the rewards as you level up.Purchasing the Battle Pass also entitles you to all of the weekly challenges. Another set of these opens up each week during the season and can be completed anytime between now and when Season 4 ends on July 9.Some of the rewards available in Season 4That's how things have worked in past seasons, but Season 4 also has new types of challenges. Blockbusters involve completing all of the challenges from a given week. Doing so earns you an additional reward on top of what you'd get from finishing those challenges anyway. The first Blockbuster challenge you finish pays out a loading screen, which serves as a clue that directs you to an in-game location where you can get a free Battle Pass tier. To find that, though, you'll have to actually complete all of the challenges from a week.Also new in Season 4 are Carbide challenges. One of the rewards you immediately get for buying the Battle Pass is the Carbide skin. As you reach certain level milestones during Season 4, you'll complete Carbide challenges, which unlock different "styles" that let you customize the look of the Carbide skin. Completing three Carbide challenges also nets you a matching pickaxe.Below, you'll find a complete list of all Season 4 challenges to be revealed so far, along with links to our maps and guides that will help you complete them all.Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 4 ChallengesStarterOutlive opponents (1,000) -- 5 Battle StarsPlay matches with friends (10) -- 5 Battle StarsDeal damage to opponents (5,000) -- 5 Battle StarsLand at different Named Locations (10) -- 5 Battle StarsPlay matches (50) -- Ace of spades cosmetic itemPlay matches with at least one elimination (10) -- concept artHard: Win a match -- #1 cosmetic itemReward: 5k XP (after completing four challenges)BlockbusterComplete all challenges in a week -- #1 loading screenComplete all challenges in 2 different weeks -- #2 rewardComplete all challenges in 3 different weeks -- #3 rewardComplete all challenges in 4 different weeks -- #4 rewardComplete all challenges in 5 different weeks -- #5 rewardComplete all challenges in 6 different weeks -- #6 rewardComplete all challenges in 7 different weeks -- #7 rewardReward: unknown (after complete seven challenges)CarbideReach Season Level 10 -- Carbide chest cosmeticReach Season Level 20 -- Carbide legs cosmeticReach Season Level 30 -- Carbide arm cosmeticReach Season Level 40 -- Carbide helmet cosmeticReach Season Level 65 -- Carbide cosmeticReward: Carbide pickaxe (after completing three challenges)Week 1Deal damage with sniper rifles to opponents (500) -- 5 Battle StarsSearch chests in Haunted Hills (7) -- 5 Battle StarsUse a Port-a-Fort -- 5 Battle StarsSearch F-O-R-T-N-I-T-E letters -- 5 Battle StarsHard: Follow the treasure map found in Tomato Town -- 10 Battle StarsHard: Pistol eliminations (3) -- 10 Battle StarsHard: Eliminate opponents in Flush Factory -- 10 Battle StarsReward: 5k XP (after completing four challenges)Fortnite Week 1 Challenges Guide Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Sony has kicked off the Golden Week Sale, a two-week-long promotion on PS4 games on the PlayStation Store. It has loads of great titles on sale for low prices. And if you're a PlayStation Plus member, you get even deeper discounts on the games. The sale ends on May 8, so read on for our picks for the best deals in the Golden Week Sale. [Update: In addition to this, there's also a new Totally Digital sale that's now underway on PSN, as well as Star Wars Day deals.]As far as big games go, you can get Monster Hunter World for $48 ($45 for PS Plus members). It offers hundreds of hours of monster hunts, loot drops, and character upgrades. The stylish 100-hour RPG Persona 5 is on sale for $33 ($27). Nier: Automata will bend your mind to the point of breaking for $36 ($30), as you find all 26 endings. Meanwhile, the remake Yakuza Kiwami is the perfect entry point in this long-running series about Japanese gangsters. It's on sale for $21 ($18).Many smaller or more niche games are also on currently on sale. The Metroid-style pixel art game Axiom Verge is on sale for $12 ($10). All installments of the totally bonkers visual novel series Danganronpa are on sale. These games are about a murderous teddy bear who enjoys trapping high schoolers in buildings and making them kill each other to escape. And if you need to lighten up after that, try Dragon Quest Builders, a colorful game that's like a more structured, mission-driven version of Minecraft. It's on sale for $28 ($36).You'll find our picks for the best PS4 deals below, but you can see the full list here.Atelier Sophie - The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book -- $42 ($36) -- was $60Axiom Verge -- $12 ($10) -- was $20Danganronpa 1-2 Reload -- $24 ($20) -- was $40Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls -- $15 ($12) -- was $30Dangonronpa V3: Killing Harmony -- $48 ($42) -- was $60Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition -- $10 ($7) -- was $25DMC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition -- $20 ($13) -- was $40Dragon Quest Builders -- $36 ($28) -- was $60Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition -- $40 ($33) -- was $50Gnog -- $10 ($6) -- was $15Gravity Rush Remastered -- $12 ($9) -- was $30Mega Man Legacy Collection -- $7 ($6) -- was $15Monster Hunter World -- $48 ($45) -- was $60Monster Hunter World: Digital Deluxe Edition -- $56 ($52) -- was $70Nier: Automata -- $36 ($30) -- was $60Persona 5 -- $33 ($27) -- was $60Persona 5: Ultimate Edition -- $100 ($87) -- was $125Rez Infinite -- $18 ($15) -- was $30Salt and Sanctuary -- $11 ($9) -- was $18Tales of Berseria -- $26 ($20) -- was $60Tales of Zestiria -- $21 ($15) -- was $60Yakuza Kiwami -- $21 ($18) -- was $30Some 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
Capcom and Sega have teamed up to offer a surprisingly great Humble Bundle that should appeal to just about any PS4 owner. And if you have a PS3 and a PS Vita, so much the better. As always with Humble Bundles, you can spend any amount you choose, starting with $1 to get the initial tier of games. Nabbing games in the higher tiers costs more money, but it's always significantly less than you'd have to spend to buy the games on their own. This Humble Bundle deal ends May 8.By paying $1 or more, you get Dead Rising on PS4, Crazy Taxi on PS3, and Dustforce and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz on PS Vita. Capcom's Dead Rising, which originally came out in 2006, is this tier's highlight, if only because it's made for the only console that you probably still play. It puts you in a mall and has you try to survive the zombie apocalypse.Moving on up, if you spend more than the average amount Humble Bundle buyers have spent, you get access to six additional games, four of which are for PS4. They include Resident Evil, Mega Man Legacy Collection, Resident Evil Code: Veronica X, and Alien: Isolation. Now we're cooking with fire. The first three are classics, while Alien: Isolation is an often-overlooked survival horror gem. You also get the PS3 games Binary Domain and Sonic Generations, as well as sizable discounts on newer PS4 games (detailed below).If you drop $15 on the bundle, you'll also get Dead Rising 2 and Valkyria Chronicles Remastered, both for PS4. The former is another fine zombie-killing affair, while the latter is a refreshingly unique strategy game that mixes turn-based combat with third-person shooting.All told, this is a killer deal, regardless of what tier you choose to come in on. Click here to visit the Humble Bundle page.Pay $1 or moreDead Rising (PS4)Crazy Taxi (PS3)Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz (PS Vita)Dustforce (PS Vita)Pay more than the averageResident Evil (PS4)Mega Man Legacy Collection (PS4)Resident Evil Code: Veronica X (PS4)Alien: Isolation (PS4)Sonic Generations (PS3)Binary Domian (PS3)Coupon: 40% off Resident Evil 7 Gold EditionCoupon: 50% off Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big PackageCoupon: 40% off Valkyria RevolutionCoupon: 50% off Yakuza 0Pay $15 or moreDead Rising 2 (PS4)Valkyria Chronicles Remastered (PS4)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
Throughout God of War's many realms lie hidden chambers sequestering powerful Valkyries. These cursed warriors offer some of the toughest fights in the entire game and grant you access to impressive-looking armor. You won't be able to fight them until you acquire the tip of a certain giant's chisel, but once you have that key item it's time to start thinking seriously about hunting Valkyries down.Below, we will show you the exact location of each Valkyrie fight, and provide general tips on how to take them down and protect yourself from their attacks. For more on God of War, check out GameSpot's God of War review. For more guides, check out our progression system explainer and our feature detailing 11 tips you should know before starting.Every Valkyrie LocationWith four fights to discover, Midgard contains more Valkyries than any other realm in the game, but you can also find them in Alfheim, Helheim, Muspelheim, and Niflheim. The eight images below display their exact locations in each realm.While you shouldn't have too much of an issue coming across these locations throughout the course of following the story, Muspelheim in particular is a bit deceiving at first. To get to the Valkyrie, you actually need to complete every trial and work your way to the top of the mountain, which wraps around--hence why it looks like it's near the entrance, even though it isn't.General TipsGod of War doesn't present a clear order in which to fight the Valkyries, and not all Valkyries are created equal. That said there are a few key strategies you can take into battle that should help you regardless of the Valkyrie in question.Whether or not you ultimately need it, be sure to take a resurrection stone into battle. Valkyries are punishing and in some cases are able to wipe you out with little warning. Having a stone in hand ensures that you get a second chance, and you'll be glad you thought ahead if you ever get knocked just before finishing off their last bit of health.You should also prepare yourself for a bit of trial and error. Valkyries are highly mobile and capable of attacking in many different ways from near or far. It can take a few fights before you begin to recognize their attack patterns and learn how to avoid taking damage. Always go in knowing that you're better off being patient and waiting for an obvious moment of opportunity, versus risking progress on a moment of over-confidence.The best tip you should always keep in mind: Whenever you see a Valkyrie leap into the air and telegraph an unblockable attack with a red ring of light, have Atreus fire an arrow to knock them to the ground. In most cases the attack they would otherwise activate is an arena-wide flash of energy that's impossible to dodge.It's also smart to closely manage your runic attack cooldowns, and consider using the Talisman of Unbound Potential, which you can use to refill your meters in an instant. Simple combos will do damage to Valkyries but there's nothing quite like a powerful, magic-infused axe blow when you get the chance. Avoid spamming attacks and make the most of the opportunities that arise.What's My Prize? Some say victory is a reward unto itself, but this is a video game we're talking about. For every Valkyrie you defeat, you are guaranteed to get Epic-grade items in return, including plenty of enchantments and armor. Armor in particular is very desirable as each piece usually comes with powerful perks that may prove especially useful while trekking through Niflheim or Muspelheim.What's Next?After you defeat all eight Valkyries, well, you get to fight one more. Each Valkyrie you kill leaves a head behind that you can return to the council of Valkyries. The location of the council is pinpointed on your map--just to the left of the oarsmen--after you kill your first Valkyrie.Returning the eight heads creates a tear that can be used to initiate a fight with the Queen of the Valkyries. She has far more health than any of the others, and even has a few new attacks to catch you off guard. The best advice for beating her is to just be patient. Don't rush, and do your best to survive. It's a long fight. Good luck.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
A lot of us might still be playing God of War, but it's a new month, and that means new games are coming! There's a good mix for May, from highly anticipated ports to anime games, RPGs, and more. This includes Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze on Switch at the beginning of the month and Dark Souls Remastered on PS4, Xbox One, and PC at the end. David Cage's PS4-exclusive narrative game, Detroit: Become Human, also comes out this month along with Destiny 2's latest DLC, Warmind.Below, you'll find all the big games coming to Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC in May. For a full look at all of the major games coming to each platform throughout the rest of the year, check out our comprehensive 2018 game release date list.Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Switch) -- May 4One of the first games coming in May is Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which first released in 2014 for the Wii U. The side-scrolling platformer delivers the Donkey Kong Country gameplay many have come to love, and the Switch version adds a new character: Funky Kong! Tropical Freeze is Retro Studios' second Donkey Kong Country game and gives you six worlds to explore.More details:Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze ReviewDonkey Kong Plays Nintendo Switch When You Go Idle In Tropical FreezeDark Souls Remastered (PS4, Xbox One, PC) -- May 25Though it's been delayed on Nintendo Switch, Dark Souls Remastered is still coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on May 25! Publisher Bandai Namco has said that on PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, and PC, the game runs in upscaled 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. It also makes some quality-of-life changes that both experienced players and newcomers may find helpful.More details:Dark Souls Remastered: Here's What's DifferentDark Souls Remastered Will Cost Less On PC For Some People Detroit: Become Human (PS4) -- May 25Another of May's biggest games is Detroit: Become Human, the latest from David Cage (Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls). In it, androids walk and work alongside humans, though many humans aren't happy about it. You switch between three different android characters, encountering difficult and emotional situations like abuse, murder, and discrimination.More details:Detroit: Become Human's Best Ideas Clash With Its StorytellingWhere David Cage Draws The Line In Detroit: Become HumanFull May Release ScheduleGamePlatformRelease DateSuper Mega Baseball 2PS4, Xbox One, PCMay 1Killing Floor: IncursionPSVRMay 1Total War Saga: Thrones of BritanniaPCMay 3City of BrassPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 4Donkey Kong Country: Tropical FreezeSwitchMay 4AO International Tennis (originally AU, NZ only)PS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Conan ExilesPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Destiny 2: WarmindPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Pillars of Eternity II: DeadfirePCMay 8Raging JusticeSwitch, PS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Tacoma (first released on Xbox One, PC)PS4May 8Immortal RedneckSwitchMay 10One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3SwitchMay 11Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – MartyrPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 11Battle Chasers: NightwarSwitchMay 15Dragon's Crown ProPS4May 15Horizon Chase TurboPS4, PCMay 15Little Witch Academia: Chamber of TimePS4, PCMay 15OmensightPS4, PCMay 15Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux3DSMay 15Far: Lone SailsPCMay 17Hyrule Warriors: Definitive EditionSwitchMay 18Little Nightmares: Complete EditionSwitchMay 18State of Decay 2 (Ultimate Edition)Xbox One, PCMay 18Ancestors LegacyXbox One, PCMay 22Mega Man Legacy CollectionSwitchMay 22Mega Man Legacy Collection 2SwitchMay 22Runner3Switch, PCMay 22Space Hulk: Deathwing - Enhanced EditionPS4, PCMay 22State of Decay 2 (Standard Edition)Xbox One, PCMay 22Tennis World TourPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCMay 22Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers3DSMay 24Dark Souls RemasteredPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 25Detroit: Become HumanPS4May 25AgonyPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 29EverspacePS4May 29Legend of Kay AnniversarySwitchMay 29Sega Mega Drive ClassicsPS4, Xbox OneMay 29Street Fighter 30th Anniversary CollectionPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCMay 29Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
The latest God of War takes a different approach from past entries in the series. This time around, the game introduces RPG mechanics, allowing you equip a variety of gear that enhance a set of stats and even offer special perks. Much like the recent Monster Hunter World, your progression is tied not to experience points, but the new armor and weapons you're able to acquire and craft.The armor you collect comes in a variety of different styles, shapes, types, and sizes. While each armor set you has its own specific bonuses that suit different playstyles, they also offer different looks for Kratos. To give you an idea of what kind of armor sets you'll be able to use once you've progressed far enough in the game, we've compiled across the three armor piece categories some of the best looking and most powerful sets. Click from the images below to see each piece and its respective stats. It's also worth noting that many of these armor sets can be purchased at the blacksmith shop. Each set becomes available as you progress through the game, often unlocking in the shop after a key moment in the story. Some sets can also be acquired by exploring and opening up chests, while others can be unlocked by completing specific favor sidequests. For example, both Brok's and Syndri's special armor sets are unlocked after completing the "Hail to the King" sidequest. Be wary; many of the sets in the images below are only acquired later on in the game, so there are some slight spoilers.What armor sets do you like the best? Let us know in the comments below. For more guides, check out our progression guide and our feature detailing 11 tips you should know before starting. And be sure to read our God of War review.Chest ArmorBelow you can click through the chest pieces of some of the best armor sets. For your reference, the pieces come in the following categories: Rare (blue), Legendary (purple), and Epic (gold).Wrist ArmorBelow you can click through the wrist pieces of the game's best armor sets. For your reference, the pieces come in the following categories: Rare (blue), Legendary (purple), and Epic (gold).Waist ArmorBelow you can click through the waist pieces of the game's best armor sets. For your reference, the pieces come in the following categories: Rare (blue), Legendary (purple), and Epic (gold). Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
After the amazing gaming year that was 2017, you have to wonder how 2018 will compare. But if 2018's current roster of releases is anything to go by, we might be in for another fantastic year. It seems primed to impress with a slew of hotly anticipated new games, including big-budget games like Super Smash Bros., Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War, Crackdown 3, and a whole lot more. To help you keep track of all the games coming out, we've compiled a list of all the noteworthy release dates for the biggest ones confirmed to come out in 2018 so far.Be sure to check back often as we update this article with more release dates or any potential changes to any of the dates below. And if you're eager to figure out the release dates from games last year, you can also reference our feature on the game release dates of 2017.JanuaryGamePlatformRelease DateThe Escapists 2SwitchJanuary 11Forged Battalion PCJanuary 16Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced EditionPS4, Xbox OneJanuary 16Street Fighter V: Arcade EditionPS4, PCJanuary 16Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's MemoryPS4, VitaJanuary 19Kirby Battle Royale3DSJanuary 19IconoclastsPS4, VitaJanuary 23Lost SphearPS4, Switch, PCJanuary 23OK KO: Let's Play HeroesPS4, Xbox One, PCJanuary 23The InpatientPSVRJanuary 23My Time at PortiaPCJanuary 23Velocity 2X: Critical Mass EditionPS4, VitaJanuary 23CelestePS4, Switch, PCJanuary 25Dust and SaltPCJanuary 25Dragon Ball FighterZPS4, Xbox One, PCJanuary 26Monster Hunter WorldPS4, Xbox OneJanuary 26Railway EmpirePCJanuary 26Dissidia: Final Fantasy NTPS4January 30Railway EmpirePS4, Xbox OneJanuary 30FebruaryGamePlatformRelease DateBatallion 1944 (Early Access)PCFebruary 1Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac AgePCFebruary 1Night in the WoodsSwitchFebruary 1SteamWorld DigSwitchFebruary 1EA Sports UFC 3PS4, Xbox OneFebruary 2Shadow of the ColossusPS4February 6Civilization VI: Rise and Fall (Expansion)PCFebruary 8Dragon Quest BuildersSwitchFebruary 9The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of BritanniaPS4February 9Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st]PS4, PS3, VitaFebruary 9Crossing Souls PS4, PCFebruary 13Dynasty Warriors 9PS4, Xbox One, PCFebruary 13The Fall 2: UnboundPS4, Xbox One, PCFebruary 13Kingdom Come: DeliverancePS4, Xbox One, PCFebruary 13OwlboySwitchFebruary 13The Longest Five MinutesSwitch, Vita, PCFebruary 13Monster Energy Supercross: The Official VideogamePS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCFebruary 13Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology3DSFebruary 13Secret of ManaPS4, PS Vita, PCFebruary 15Bayonetta + Bayonetta 2SwitchFebruary 16FePS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCFebruary 16Age of Empires: Definitive EditionPCFebruary 20Metal Gear SurvivePS4, Xbox One, PCFebruary 20Xenon Valkyrie+Xbox OneFebruary 20Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 PlusSwitchFebruary 22Stellaris: ApocalypsePCFebruary 22Past CurePS4, Xbox One, PCFebruary 23Sword Art Online: Fatal BulletPS4, Xbox One, PCFebruary 23Yume Nikki: Dream DiaryPCFebruary 23GravelXbox OneFebruary 26De Blob 2PS4, Xbox OneFebruary 27Immortal RedneckXbox OneFebruary 27Payday 2SwitchFebruary 27Riftstar RaidersXbox OneFebruary 27MarchBravo TeamPSVRMarch 6Final Fantasy XV: Royal EditionPS4, Xbox One, PCMarch 6FranticsPS4March 6Scribblenauts ShowdownPS4, Xbox One, SwitchMarch 6Fear Effect SednaPS4, Xbox One, PC, SwitchMarch 6Devil May Cry HD CollectionPS4, Xbox One, PCMarch 13GolemPSVRMarch 13Pure Farming 2018PS4, Xbox One, PCMarch 13Burnout Paradise RemasteredPS4, Xbox One, PCMarch 13Kirby Star AlliesSwitchMarch 16Assassin's Creed Rogue: RemasteredPS4, Xbox OneMarch 20Attack on Titan 2PS4, Xbox One, PC, SwitchMarch 20Sea of ThievesXbox One, PCMarch 20Titan QuestPS4, Xbox OneMarch 20A Way OutPS4, Xbox One, PCMarch 23Detective Pikachu3DSMarch 23Ni no Kuni II: Revenant KingdomPS4, PCMarch 23Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious PaintingsPS4, PC, SwitchMarch 27Far Cry 5PS4, Xbox One, PCMarch 27MLB The Show 18PS4March 27Outlast 2SwitchMarch 27AgonyPS4, Xbox One, PCMarch 30AprilGamePlatformRelease DateExtinctionPS4, Xbox One, PCApril 10OwlboyPS4, Xbox OneApril 10Hellblade: Senua's SacrificeXbox OneApril 11Wild Guns ReloadedSwitchApril 17Yakuza 6: The Song of LifePS4April 17Metal Max XenoPS4, VitaApril 19God of WarPS4April 20Nintendo Labo Variety KitSwitchApril 20Nintendo Labo Robot KitSwitchApril 20Adventure Time: Pirates of the EnchiridionPS4, Xbox One, PC, SwitchApril 24FrostpunkPCApril 24South Park: The Fractured But WholeSwitchApril 24MayGamePlatformRelease DateSuper Mega Baseball 2PS4, Xbox One, PCMay 1Killing Floor: IncursionPSVRMay 1Total War Saga: Thrones of BritanniaPCMay 3City of BrassPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 4Donkey Kong Country: Tropical FreezeSwitchMay 4AO International Tennis (originally AU, NZ only)PS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Conan ExilesPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Destiny 2: WarmindPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Pillars of Eternity II: DeadfirePCMay 8Raging JusticeSwitch, PS4, Xbox One, PCMay 8Tacoma (first released on Xbox One, PC)PS4May 8Immortal RedneckSwitchMay 10One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3SwitchMay 11Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – MartyrPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 11Battle Chasers: NightwarSwitchMay 15Dragon's Crown ProPS4May 15Horizon Chase TurboPS4, PCMay 15Little Witch Academia: Chamber of TimePS4, PCMay 15OmensightPS4, PCMay 15Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux3DSMay 15Far: Lone SailsPCMay 17Hyrule Warriors: Definitive EditionSwitchMay 18Little Nightmares: Complete EditionSwitchMay 18State of Decay 2 (Ultimate Edition)Xbox One, PCMay 18Ancestors LegacyXbox One, PCMay 22Mega Man Legacy CollectionSwitchMay 22Mega Man Legacy Collection 2SwitchMay 22Runner3Switch, PCMay 22Space Hulk: Deathwing - Enhanced EditionPS4, PCMay 22State of Decay 2 (Standard Edition)Xbox One, PCMay 22Tennis World TourPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCMay 22Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers3DSMay 24Dark Souls RemasteredPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 25Detroit: Become HumanPS4May 25AgonyPS4, Xbox One, PCMay 29EverspacePS4May 29Legend of Kay AnniversarySwitchMay 29Sega Mega Drive ClassicsPS4, Xbox OneMay 29Street Fighter 30th Anniversary CollectionPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCMay 29JuneGamePlatformRelease DateBlazBlue: Cross Tag BattlePS4, PC, SwitchJune 5The Elder Scrolls Online: SummersetPS4, Xbox One, PCJune 5OnrushPS4, Xbox OneJune 5Shaq Fu: A Legend RebornPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCJune 5VampyrPS4, Xbox One, PcJune 5MotoGP 18PS4, Xbox One, PCJune 7Sushi Striker: The Way of SushidoSwitch, 3DSJune 8Jurassic World Evolution (Digital)PS4, Xbox One, PCJune 12Super Bomberman RPS4, Xbox One, PCJune 12LEGO The IncrediblesXbox One, PS4, Switch, PCJune 15The Lost ChildPS4, PS VitaJune 19Mario Tennis AcesSwitchJune 22New Gundam BreakerPS4, PCJune 22Far Cry 3 Classic EditionPS4, Xbox OneJune 26The Crew 2PS4, Xbox One, PCJune 29MXGP ProPS4, Xbox One, PCJune 29Wolfenstein II: The New ColossusSwitchJune 29JulyGamePlatformRelease DateJurassic World Evolution (Physical)Xbox One, PS4, PCJuly 3Crash Bandicoot N.Sane TrilogyXbox One, Switch, PCJuly 10Captain Toad: Treasure TrackerSwitch, 3DSJuly 13Octopath TravelerSwitchJuly 13Sonic Mania PlusPS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCJuly 17Mega Man X Collection 1+2PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCJuly 24The Banner Saga 3PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, MacJuly 24AugustGamePlatformRelease DateWarioWare Gold3DSAugust 3World of Warcraft: Battle for AzerothPCAugust 14Little Dragons CafePS4, SwitchAugust 24Yakuza Kiwami 2PS4August 28SeptemberGamePlatformRelease DateDragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive AgePS4September 4SNK Heroines: Tag Team FrenzyPS4, SwitchSeptember 7Spider-ManPS4September 7Shadow of the Tomb RaiderPS4, Xbox One, PCSeptember 14Spyro Reignited TrilogyPS4, Xbox OneSeptember 21OctoberGamePlatformRelease DateCall of Duty: Black Ops 4PS4, Xbox One, PCOctober 12Red Dead Redemption 2PS4, Xbox OneOctober 26Big Games Confirmed for 2018Below you can find a list of the biggest games that don't have explicit release dates but are confirmed to release sometime this year. There are also games listed that we expect to launch in 2018. We'll be moving each of these games into the release date sections above as soon as official dates are announced.GamePlatformAce Combat 7: Skies UnknownPS4, Xbox One, PCCode: VeinPS4, Xbox One, PCCrackdown 3Xbox One, PCDarksiders 3PS4, Xbox One, PCDark Souls RemasteredSwitchKingdom Hearts IIIPS4, Xbox OneLeft AlivePS4, Xbox OneMetro ExodusPS4, Xbox One, PCPersona Q23DSShenmue IIIPS4, PCSkull & BonesPS4, Xbox One, PCSuper Smash Bros. (Working Title)SwitchTravis Strikes Again: No More HeroesSwitchValkyria Chronicles 4PS4, Xbox One, SwitchThe Walking Dead Season 4TBAThe Wolf Among Us: Season 2TBAYoshi (2018)SwitchInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-05-05
Enjoying Battletech takes time and patience. Born from the decades-old tabletop game of the same name (which also gave birth to the Mechwarrior series of games), the Harebrained Schemes version of Battletech places the universe into the genre most suitable to its origin: turn-based tactical strategy. It's a successful endeavor in that playing Battletech very much feels like playing a complex board game, both for better and worse. There are deep systems to be found in its meaningful mech customization, detailed combat scenarios, and enjoyable fantasy of running an interplanetary mercenary outfit. But reaching the point of thoroughly enjoying Battletech requires the willingness to weather its steep learning curve and laborious pace, which can sometimes veer into excruciating territory.Individual missions in Battletech are protracted, plodding conflicts, averaging around 45 minutes in length. You command a group of four battlemechs, each piloted by unique and specialized pilots, with the goal of either blowing something up or keeping something safe against outnumbering forces composed of hostile mechs and vehicles of warfare. The enormous mechs of this universe are the lumbering, industrial behemoth kind, bulky tanks with legs characterized by ugly chassis and weapons overtly fused to their limbs. They are graceless, unwieldy machines, and Battletech doesn't hesitate in belaboring their nature as they slowly trudge through the game's vast, sprawling maps like pieces on a military sand table.Observing a unit's actions play out can be a quite a process. You'll watch them steadily stomp to a point on the topological grid-based terrain, leisurely rotate their torsos to their designated angle, wait for their weapons to spin up, watch the weapons fire, and wait again for a few moments as the damage report comes in to assess the aftermath. Mech animation speed aside, there are often pauses during this string of actions that feel unnecessarily egregious, and given the number of turns that need to be played out, long missions have the capacity to feel never-ending. There are more exasperating examples, too--during escort missions you'll find yourself watching up to four autonomous convoy vehicles taking turns to crawl through the map, slowly and one at a time, and the display is nothing short of agonizing. At the time of writing, there is a debug mode you can use to help artificially alter speed, but these are not officially endorsed options. By default, Battletech debilitating pace, combined with the game's lacking tutorials, firm difficulty, complicated UI, and persistent technical stammers mean the experience of Battletech's early hours can be tough to brave.But it's worth it. Growing acclimated to Battletech's attrition-focused warfare and making enough of your own critical mistakes to get a handle on its systems feels liberating, when it eventually happens. Being able to parse initially obtuse information allows you to internalize and appreciate the suite of mechanical nuances and helps you recognize the game's detailed and hard-nosed approach to strategy. Like any great tactical game, each decision requires multi-faceted risk analysis for the best possible outcome. But the joy of good choices in Battletech doesn't come from bombastic maneuvers where your team precisely eliminates a whole enemy squad without a scratch, as it might in XCOM or Into the Breach--that's an impossible scenario here. Being truly successful in Battletech relies on being prepared to get into scrappy, aggressive fighting, and coming to terms with what an acceptable loss might be to you at the time, whether that's an objective, a limb, or the lives of multiple pilots.With only four mechs to eliminate a larger number of adversaries in a turn-based ruleset, with no allowances for mid-combat repair, learning how to maneuver your mechs in order to endure a reasonable amount of damage becomes one of the most gripping aspects of decision making--how far do you push yourself to take on enormous odds? On the battlefield, this might mean something as simple as studying the impressively varied terrain in each map and finding the most advantageous spot to hunker down, or using buildings, forests, and mountains as cover during an advance. But on a more advanced and necessarily specific level, it might mean rotating your mech to present a fully-armored side to an attacking foe and obscure a side already damaged. Taking additional damage to a body part stripped of armor can result in structural damage or loss of limb, requiring replacement and repairs at significant cost, on top of running an increased risk of having your mech pilot permanently killed.Similar considerations are always on your mind when you're on the offensive. You might decide to temporarily switch off some of your weapons when attacking to avoid overheating your mech, which can cause immediate, all-over internal damage. One of your mechs might be out of ammo but has the option of using its jets to leap off a mountain and crash onto an enemy below to knock it down--but can you afford the risk of breaking both your legs and being floored yourself?With a complete understanding of how each unit can affect another at different locations, with various skills, weapons, and modifiers at play, your perception of unfolding battles becomes one of utter fascination at the minor details and outcomes of each strike. Seeing the battlefield in a different way in order to devise your own alternative approaches and formulating creative backup plans are things that begin to occupy your thoughts, instead of the tempo. Conflicts are still lengthy, and some drawn-out maneuvers still feel unnecessary, but with the time devoted to each turn, you start to use it to observe and internalize what exactly is happening and why. Pivotal turning points in a battle can be narrowed down to the exact action, which can become tactical learnings for future use. There are still a few random elements that can occur, attributed to the probabilities that drive attack calculations--lucky headshots that instantly injure your pilot regardless of armor durability are the prime unfair example--but regardless, the increased focus and time spent on each distinct action means that the anxious feelings that come with even the most trivial of anticipated hits and misses are amplified tenfold.Battletech also gives you an interesting ability used to preserve your squad--when a mission becomes overwhelming and dead pilots are almost certain, you can choose to immediately withdraw from a mission, at the cost of sullying your reputation with the factions that hired you and surrendering your paycheck. The latter is an especially vital consideration, because money quickly becomes a huge concern in Battletech's campaign and begins to affect all your decisions, both on and off the battlefield.The dynamic between the tactical battles and logistical management means almost every decision you make feels like it has rippling, tangible consequences elsewhere. The campaign sees your custom character rise to the leadership of a mercenary company which has accrued an enormous debt, with monthly repayments to meet every month. Naturally, everything costs money, from post-mission repairs, mech upkeep, pilot salaries, ship upgrades and even travel costs--this is a game about business management as much as it is about commanding a squad. Accepting missions allows you to negotiate a contract to determine what your fee should be in relation to your post-battle salvage rights (valuable for maintaining and upgrading your mech configurations as well as unlocking new models) and faction reputation, which opens up more lucrative opportunities. Request too little money on a mission you take carelessly, and the cost of mission-ready repairs afterward might send you into bankruptcy. Without enough salvage and spare cash to play around with, you're impeded in your ability to play with one of the most vital and enjoyable parts of Battletech: building and customizing individual mechs to improve the combat capabilities of your squad.There are close to 40 different models of stock mechs, varying in tonnage and intended purposes. But the joy of spending time in the mech bay is experimenting with different configurations using the parts you have on hand. Every alteration you make on a mech is at the sacrifice of something else--you can carry more weapons and ammo at the expense of dropping things like heatsinks and additional armor plating, for example. Taking the time to fine-tune that balance and seeing your decisions translate into a more efficient unit on the battlefield feels exceptionally worthwhile.The lore and epic narratives of the Battletech universe are as important as the mechs themselves, and this game puts a heavy emphasis on them. The main plot begins with the coup of the head of a parliamentary monarchy--your custom character's childhood friend--and continues as you regroup years later to rally forces and take back the throne. The recorded details of the fictional history and politics between factions are unsurprisingly scrupulous--glossary tooltips for universe-specific concepts litter the game's text. But there are enough broad strokes and familiar feudal parallels to enjoy it at face value, and the comprehensive presentation--well-written and diverse characters, beautiful 2D cutscenes, inspired soundtrack, crunchy sound design and convincing radio chatter--do more than enough to completely sell this brand of mecha fantasy.Battletech is a game that selfishly takes its time to be meticulous in every respect, and pushing through the density and idiosyncrasies of its many, slow-moving parts can be tough. But if you have the will to decipher it, albeit, at a deliberate and punishingly plodding pace, you can find yourself completely engrossed in its kinetic clashes. Battletech's intricate components ultimately foster a fascinating wealth of nuanced systems that build a uniquely strenuous, detailed, and thoroughly rewarding tactical strategy game.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-04
The latest live event for Pokemon Go is a test of strength. A special "Battle Showdown" starting today makes Fighting-type Pokemon appear more frequently, gives you some extra XP for battles, and offers other incentives for visiting Gyms.Brawlers like Machop and Makuhita will show up more in the wild. Through May 14, you'll get a double XP bonus for Gym Battles and Raid Battles. Raid Battles will also grant a guaranteed 3,000 Stardust just for playing, and you'll get at least one Rare Candy for a win. Gyms are also getting various bonuses, like a double Badge multiplier for visiting one that you visit frequently. Spinning a Photo Disc will get you more items as well.Pokemon Go has received pretty regular support since launch. Most recently it wrapped up an Earth Day themed event with Ground- and Water-type monsters, and gave bonuses for participating in special clean-up events. After this fighting event wraps up, the game will host the May Community Day. That will feature a Charizard, and Lure Modules will last for three hours. You'll also get triple Stardust for capturing Pokemon.The May Community Day kicks off on May 19, and the time will vary by region. In the US, it starts at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET and ends at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET; in Europe and Africa, it will place from 10 AM - 1 PM UTC; and in the Asia-Pacific region, the event lasts from 12 PM - 3 PM JSTInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-05-04
Avengers: Infinity War continues to hit box office milestones, making it that much more likely to break the record for the fastest movie to $1 billion in global sales. Deadline reports that as of Monday evening it had hit $725.5 million worldwide. That puts it on track to hit a billion sometime this weekend. If it reaches that number by Friday it would have done it in 10 days, breaking the 12-day record from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. [Update: Infinity Wars continues to perform strongly, and through Wednesday, its box office total stands at $857.3 million worldwide, according to Deadline.] The record-smashing is due in no small part to its international success. The domestic box office take is $282 million, while the international share is a whopping $443 million. Leading those international markets are the UK, Korea, and Mexico, respectively.This comes after the Marvel crossover event took the records for biggest domestic opening weekend and biggest global opening weekend, from The Force Awakens and The Fate of the Furious, respectively. This has already led to a little friendly congratulations from fellow Disney-owned studio Lucasfilm.GameSpot's Avengers: Infinity War review praised its impressive balance and the payoff of a storyline years in the making. Much of the attention and discussion surrounding the movie has been about the surprises, which the directors are now feeling free to discuss. Of course, actor Mark Ruffalo (who plays Hulk) apparently felt that freedom almost a year ago.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-04
The Federal Trade Commission has warned several companies, including Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony, that its warnings against third-party repair are illegal. Motherboard reports that the stickers you may have seen on your own console tells users that third-party repair or opening your own console voids the warranty, but that policy is actually illegal.A Freedom of Information Act request from Motherboard found six companies were sent letters on April 9. Those were the three major console manufacturers, along with HTC, Asus, and Hyundai. According to the letter, the companies have 30 days to change their warranty policies on their websites, and if they fail to comply the FTC may take legal action."Warranty language that implies to a consumer acting reasonably under the circumstances that warranty coverage requires the consumer to purchase an article or service identified by brand, trade or corporate name is similarly deceptive and prohibited," the letters reportedly said.The letters cite specific language that violates the law, and in the case of the PlayStation 4, warns against using a sticker as a "seal" to prevent users from opening up the console. This method was also used by HTC and Asus, and the FTC says it is "particularly concerned" about it.Specifically, the FTC is citing the 1975 Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, which disallows repair restrictions on warranties for any manufacturer charging more than $5 for a product. One company that is conspicuously absent from these warning letters was Apple, which is also known to steer customers away from third-party repair. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-04
Avengers: Infinity War is a who's who of just about every major and minor character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but one breakout character from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was missing-in-action. Director James Gunn explained the absence in response to some fan queries. Spoilers for Infinity War follow.Kraglin, the trusty first-mate of the Ravagers, ended Guardians 2 as an ally of the heroes and helped in the climactic battle. It seemed likely he'd stick around, but he's nowhere to be found in Infinity War when the Guardians show up. The part is played by director James Gunn's brother, Sean Gunn, and fans have been asking about the fate of the hapless space pirate. James Gunn answered:Kraglin is still around - don’t worry! He has important stuff to do and all will be eventually revealed (thus has been my top question of the day btw so I’m glad to see you’re keeping him in your hearts!) https://t.co/n8X6UC7PaR — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) May 1, 2018In a separate answer, Gunn seemed to confirm that Kraglin is still alive following Infinity War, but that he didn't want to "spoil all the surprises." That means one way or another, we're likely to see him again in Guardians of the Galaxy 3. James Gunn also pointed out that his brother does a lot of the motion capture for Rocket Raccoon, so even though Sean Gunn appears in the credits for Infinity War, that's not a hidden signal for a Kraglin Easter egg.Poor Kraglin certainly wasn't the only character missing from Marvel's all-hands-on-deck epic, so take a look at who else missed out on the action. Plus, read about what's changed for the Guardians in the four-year gap between their last adventure and the events of Infinity War.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-05-04
The new God of War on PS4 features a wide array of additions to the series, from a new combat system and weapon to an AI companion and a much different narrative focus. It also features some light RPG elements, including gear that you can collect and equip. There are a ton of items to be had, but a handful in particular are tied to what appears to be a pretty obvious reference to Marvel's smash-hit new movie, Avengers: Infinity War.Infinity War centers around the villain Thanos and his pursuit of the six Infinity Stones, which he plans to insert into the Infinity Gauntlet, granting him god-like powers. While lacking the same level of overwhelming control over the universe, Kratos can get his hands on some Infinity Gauntlet and Stone-inspired items during his travels.The Infinity Gauntlet takes the form of a talisman known as the Shattered Gauntlet of Ages, which appears to have first been discovered by Reddit user moxxxxxi. Its description states, "An ancient relic of Hel deemed too powerful to remain whole, fragments of its former strength lie scattered throughout the realms..."Additionally, there are enchantments--gems that can be inserted into an item to provide a buff--that reference the Infinity Stones. Here are the names of all six and the Infinity Stones they appear to be connected to:Andvari's Soul -- Soul StoneAsgard's Shard of Existence -- Reality StoneEye of the Outer Realm -- Space StoneIvaldi's Corrupted Mind -- Mind StoneMuspelheim Eye of Power -- Power StoneNjord's Temporal Stone -- Time StoneWhen the Shattered Gauntlet of Ages is fully upgraded, it can hold up to three enchantments (rather than six, like the Infinity Gauntlet, presumably because that would be far too powerful for gameplay purposes). On its own, it's somewhat unremarkable, but if you slot in three of the enchantments listed above, the talisman gains the ability to shoot a Thanos-y purple beam at enemies. It's a more elaborate effect than what happens when you have other enchantments slotted into the item. There are some very light God of War spoilers ahead.In order to get your hands on the gauntlet, you'll need to complete the quest Family Business, which you'll get from the dwarf Sindri. Toward the end of the quest, when you find the remains of the dead men on the boat, a Traveler will attack you. Defeat it, and you'll get the talisman.The video above showcases the gauntlet in action and highlights what you need to do to obtain each of the six enchantments (although, again, you'll only be able to insert three of them into the gauntlet at a time). Here's a quick rundown:Andvari's Soul -- complete Brok's Deus Ex Malachite favorAsgard's Shard of Existence -- defeat Valkyrie Rota in HelheimEye of the Outer Realm -- found in Hidden Chamber of Odin in Helheim (you only have one chance to get this)Ivaldi's Corrupted Mind -- defeat Valkyrie Olrun in AlfheimMuspelheim Eye of Power -- purchase at the Muspelheim shopNjord's Temporal Stone -- defeat Valkyrie QueenInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-05-04
Fortnite Season 4 is officially underway, which means a new Battle Pass and accompanying weekly challenges are available. There are some new wrinkles for this season, but the challenges otherwise work as they have in the past. That said, there is a secret hiding in the Week 1 challenges that is worth tracking down if you're eager to level up and get your hands on the coveted Omega skin as quickly as possible.Aside from the Battle Stars you earn, doing all seven Week 1 challenges completes the first leg of the Blockbuster challenges, netting you a loading screen called Quiet on the Set. This is part of your loadout, letting you customize what you see during the pre-match loading screen. Reddit user Bfor45 reports that the loading screen offers a very subtle hint about something hiding in the game world.With moviemaking equipment added to the island in the new update, the image shows a scene being filmed near the prison. In the background, there's the very faint outline of a Battle Pass icon (you can see it below, above the tower just behind the alien's head). You can actually head to that location in-game during a match and find the icon (it's location is pointed out in the map below). Collect it, and it'll rank up your Battle Pass by one level. Take note, however, that you actually need to complete all Week 1 challenges for this to show up; you can't just head there without doing the legwork first. That also means you have to purchase the Season 4 Battle Pass to claim this.Blockbuster challenges are one of two new categories of challenges for Season 4. Each Blockbuster involves completing all of the challenges in a given week, with each seemingly offering up a loading screen reward like the one mentioned above. Once you do all seven Blockbusters--which won't be possible until more sets of weekly challenges are available--you'll earn some unknown reward that looks as if it might be a special skin. At this point, we don't yet know if future Blockbuster rewards will also lead to secrets like this free Battle Pass tier.Season 4 also offers up Carbide challenges. These are also pretty straightforward, with each one simply requiring you to reach a certain level during the season. They unlock different style options for the Carbide skin, which is granted to players as soon as they purchase the Battle Pass. Info from Gamespot.com
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