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  2. It looks like a remaster of Saints Row: The Third is coming soon. The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has a listing for Saints Row: The Third Remastered, courtesy of publisher Koch Media and due out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Volition's Saints Row: The Third launched back in 2011 for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 by now-defunct publisher THQ. The outlandish Grand Theft Auto-style game was infamous for its sex toy bat, which was an in-game weapon as well as an actual real-life promotional tool. A Nintendo Switch port, which wasn't great according to Digital Foundry, came out in 2019. Read more View the full article
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  4. We're living in strange times right now and the news is pretty heavy. A lot is going on in the world, so it's super important to stay informed on the latest. But it's also important to make sure that we try not to let it consume us and make an effort to remember that there's still a lot of good things happening. It might sound silly, but when times are trying it's important to try and have a laugh once in a while. And that's exactly what we're here to do, both for ourselves and for you. Every week, here on Good News Gaming, we're going to highlight uplifting news stories that may have passed you by in the midst of the hustle and bustle of online news. We're going to chat about the good things that are happening, enjoy some weird memes, and just all try and smile. Kicking things off, we take a look at the charming and inventive ways people are using Animal Crossing: New Horizons to connect with their loved ones--in a time of social distancing, Nintendo's wholesome island life sim is strengthening our bonds with friends and family. We also highlight how gaming companies are helping COVID-19 charities, and finish up with a random assortment of some daft and fun things people are doing in games like Mount and Blade II: Bannerlord and Half-Life: Alyx. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
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  6. As the COVID-19 pandemic pushes into spring, some of the biggest movies and games that were slated to release in the next couple of months are being pushed back. Yesterday brought the indefinite delays of The Last of Us Part II and Iron Man VR, and Disney today announced a shift for roughly a dozen films, many of which are the next entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Black Widow, which was originally going to release next month on May 1, has been delayed until November 6. This was the release date Disney had set for The Eternals, which is now slated for February 12, 2021. Following that, Disney has announced Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is coming on May 7, 2021, followed by Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on November 5, 2021, Thor: Love and Thunder on February 18, 2022, Black Panther 2 on May 6, 2022, and Captain Marvel 2 on July 8, 2022. Disney is also delaying Indiana Jones 5 over a full year from July 9, 2021 to July 29, 2022. View the full article
  7. Elite Dangerous has been dangling the tantalising space carrot of 16-person Fleet Carriers for three years now, but finally, following a succession of lengthy delays, they're almost here - and developer Frontier has offered a closer look in a brand-new livestream and trailer. Fleet Carriers, which were initially planned for 2018's Beyond update, are described as "mobile starships and trading hubs capable of transporting multiple allies", and can accommodate up to 16 players, thanks to their eight large, four medium, and four small landing pads. While they have the potential to be a bustling hive of social activity for multiple space pals, Fleet Carriers are owned and piloted by a single Commander - one who'll need to cough up 5,000,000,000 credits for the privilege of owning the basic model, although that does include a Commodity Market and a Tritium Depot for the price. Read more View the full article
  8. Microsoft recently kicked off an Xbox One digital games sale, and now it's discounting a number of its Xbox One X console bundles and controllers. If you're looking to pass the time while you're stuck at home, then the Xbox One X is an excellent console to help you do exactly that. It's the most powerful console on the market right now, capable of greater performance and resolutions than the standard Xbox One. Each bundle comes with an awesome game, and if you need an extra controller, then there are plenty of deals on those as well. The Xbox One X bundles are all currently $300 and include Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Forza Horizon 4 (with the Lego Speed Champions DLC), NBA 2K20, and Gears 5. There are two options for NBA 2K20: the standard black console and a gorgeous paint-splattered Hyperspace-edition Xbox One X. The Gears 5 bundles also let you choose between the standard console and a special edition with a unique design--both bundles also come with the entire mainline Gears of War series. A number of Xbox One controllers are also discounted. Standard controllers, such as the White, Grey/Green, and Grey/Blue variations, are on sale as are some special edition controllers like the Midnight Forces II, Armed Forces II, and Night Ops Camo pads. And if you want to design your own, Xbox Design Lab controllers and NFL Design Lab controllers are $5 off. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  9. While traveling through the Darkest Dungeon and its last several DLC packs is keeping us plenty busy until we hear more about Darkest Dungeon 2, Red Hook is giving players PVP for the first time in the dark gothic roguelike RPG. In the Butcher's Circus, you can pit a team of 4 adventurers against other teams and see who rises to the top. All the action takes place in a special area, and you won't be putting your campaign groups at risk - you'll have different tools to build your player-vs-player pro team. There are ranks to climb and narration by the incredible Wayne June, so this is probably yet another chunk of essential Darkest Dungeon DLC, even if you're not really into PVP competition. There's no word on exactly when the mode is hitting in May, but soon is good enough! View the full article
  10. Here we go…the latest episode of This Week On Xbox. Remember, you can watch This Week On Xbox from the Community section of the Xbox One dashboard in Canada, the UK and the US or watch it on the Xbox YouTube channel (This Week on Xbox Playlist). Leave a comment below or hit me up on Twitter and let me know what you think of the show. Related: This Week On Xbox: March 27, 2020 This Week On Xbox: March 20, 2020 This Week On Xbox: March 13, 2020 View the full article
  11. Developer Chucklefish has shared a fresh batch of screenshots for its Stardew-Valley-inspired wizarding-school-meets-village-life sim Witchbrook, and it's all change on the visual front since its last public outing - with its revamped art style looking very lovely indeed. Witchbrook first reared its head back in 2017, its informal reveal consisting of a handful of screenshots and a very loose outline of its wizarding theme - it didn't even have a title at that point. A few months later, Chucklefish shared more of its ideas for the experience - including schooling, magic, crafting, potion making, romance, and farming, even a splash of Zelda-inspired combat - and then, finally, in 2018 it got its name. Through all of that, Witchbrook's early screenshots sported an appealingly bold pixel-art aesthetic, whose top-down perspective, clean lines, and colour palette had a touch of Earthbound and classic Pokemon about them. Now though, a fresh crop of images have emerged on Witchbrook's website, and the dramatic shift in art style has turned an already attractive game into an absolutely gorgeous one. Read more View the full article
  12. Ubisoft has revealed the Operator changes for Rainbow Six Siege in Update Y5S1.2. In this update, five Operators are being adjusted--Ying, Jäger, Mozzie, Buck, and Goyo--with Ying getting a noticeable buff to up her utility in combat. A few guns are getting balance changes too. In a the update's patch notes, Ubisoft writes that the update replaces Ying's claymore (which recently replaced her frag grenades) with smoke grenades, a change the developer hopes will "increase the level of synergy she deploys when spearheading" the attacking team's assault, specifically when it comes to circumventing Mira's Black Mirrors or Goyo's Volcàn Shields. The update also ups the damage on Ying's T-95 LSW light machine gun from 43 to 46 and the number of Candelas she has from three to four. Both changes should help her both disorient and deal out damage more quickly, which in turn will likely increase her utility both as the first one to breach an enemy's team defenses and her likelihood of winning a one-on-one duel. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  13. Ubisoft has clarified its stance on balancing Rainbow Six Siege for the game's professional players, specifically what it meant by earlier stating, "if professional players are not happy with our proposed features, then that means we are going in the right direction." In a blog post for the in-game Operator adjustments in update Y5S1.2, Ubisoft said it merely wanted to convey that it's the developer's job to push Siege's playerbase out of its comfort zone on occasion. "It is true that part of our balancing efforts is to push every player, professionals included, out of their comfort zone," Ubisoft wrote. "This does not mean we are going about things to be intentionally frustrating for these players, but instead make adjustments to ensure our professional players are the best at the game as a whole, and not a specific update or meta. We also have to consider the entire player-base, and while some aspects of professional play will trickle down to general matchmaking, not all do (Goyo for example)." In regards to Goyo, the Ember Rise Operator has a low pick and low win rate. Apparently, not many casual players see much utility in placing booby-trapped deployable shields--which makes a lot of sense given that they can be just as big of a detriment to Goyo's fellow defenders as to the opposing attackers. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  14. The Resident Evil 3 remake sticks very close to the original's action-focused take on survival horror. While this can give you a greater feeling of control in your struggle to survive the hordes of undead, the game can often feel like it leans too heavily on action, resulting in encounters that aren't very scary. While Resident Evil 3's campaign is brief, and the game doesn't have much in the way of bonus content, completing the story on Hardcore difficulty opens up a new difficulty mode that feels closer to a survival horror experience--presenting RE3 at its best. After completing Hardcore mode, which is the hard mode available from the beginning and which has more aggressive enemies, RE3 will open up a bonus difficulty called Nightmare. Essentially a "very hard" mode, it includes tougher enemies and less ammo and reshuffles item locations. Those changes are already a lot to deal with, but what makes Nightmare mode so interesting are the remixed enemy encounters. In addition to throwing more zombies at you, tougher monsters appear much earlier, and Nemesis is far more aggressive and faster than before. My Nightmare mode playthrough, which rounded out to about four hours, offered a more worthwhile approach to RE3's survival horror, that actively placed more pressure on me as it went on. One of the reasons why survival horror is so effective is that it actively creates an air of uncertainty, of not knowing what awaits around the corner. This feeling will inevitably be diminished once you've gotten an understanding of the dangers in each environment, especially on repeat playthroughs. What I appreciated most about Nightmare mode is that it almost immediately lets you know that things aren't going to be the same this time around. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  15. Pokemon Go is celebrating the start of spring with a new event. The festivities run from April 9 through April 16, during which time you'll have a much greater chance to find certain springtime Pokemon and even another Shiny. First, Niantic is introducing a few special spring-themed Pokemon to the game. You'll be able to encounter Buneary wearing a flower crown and Pikachu wearing a flower hat throughout the event. Flower crown versions of Pichu and Togepi will also hatch from 2 km eggs, as will Happiny, Munchlax, Tyrogue, Chingling, and Riolu. Additionally, certain Pokemon will appear more often throughout the event. There will be increased spawns of Chansey, Mareep, Marill, Torchic, and Exeggcute--the latter may even be Shiny. Niantic is also offering special Field Research tasks that lead to encounters with Alolan Exeggutor, Azumarill, and the rare Gen 5 Pokemon Audino. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  16. Activision and Xbox have confirmed that they are actively investigating an issue where users who pre-purchased Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered on Xbox One are not seeing the UDT Ghost Bundle in game in Modern Warfare and Warzone. Activision Support has confirmed that they are looking into the issue and are working closely with Xbox in order to address the issue with many users missing the current bundle. The bundle includes a classic Ghost skin and other Ghost-themed cosmetic items for pre-purchase of Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered. Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered can be pre-purchased on Xbox One and PC and will be playable starting Thursday, April 30. The Remaster is available now on PS4. We will update this post as we get more information. The post Activision and Xbox working to fix issue with missing UDT Ghost Bundle appeared first on Charlie INTEL. View the full article
  17. Game Atelier, the developer behind 2018's sublime platformer Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, has offered a glimpse of DuckTales QuackShots, a gorgeous hand-drawn take on Disney's beloved cartoon caper which sadly - curse the video game gods - just wasn't to be, never making it past the pitching stage. QuackShots first reared its head earlier this week when Cursed Kingdom publisher FDG Entertainment announced it as its next project and latest collaboration with Game Atelier. Unfortunately, the announcement just so happened to land on 1st April, leaving onlookers as suspicious as they were excited by the news - skepticism that proved merited when FDG owned up to its April Fool's japery the following day. Although hardly unexpected, the truth was still a bit of a disappointment; after all, not only does DuckTales - both the cartoon series in all its guises and Capcom's classic 8-bit NES adaptation) have a legion of admirers eager to see Scrooge McDuck and friends get the modern day video game treatment, the prospect of Game Atelier taking the reins on the project after its sterling Wonder Boy revival was a genuinely exciting one. Read more View the full article
  18. Since 2015, Amazon has held its massive Prime Day sale in July each year, offering big discounts on thousands of products on its storefront, including great deals on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch games. But it looks like this year's Prime Day will miss its expected July date due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Reuters has reported that it viewed "internal meeting notes" revealing Prime Day will be delayed until August at the earliest. Given the fact that Amazon is currently prioritizing shipping household and health items, it's not surprising that a sale featuring a significant number of non-essential items across categories like tech and entertainment would be delayed. Last month, Amazon announced it was suspending stock shipments to its warehouses for non-essential goods until April 5. Amazon doesn't reveal dates for its events--including Prime Day--until right before the sales begin, so it's possible we won't learn the new Prime Day window for months. The retailer declined to comment on Reuters' report. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  19. Resident Evil 3 Remake makes it clear right from the outset that you're in for a tough fight against the undead and Umbrella Corporation's unstoppable bio-weapon, Nemesis. It will be tough to survive in Raccoon City, but in traditional survival horror fashion, you'll be able to find an assortment of items and weapons to help even the odds. However, some are more challenging to locate than others, and they can make all the difference in surviving your encounters with the deadly bio-weapon. Just like in the Resident Evil 2 Remake, you can find special upgrades for Jill and Carlos' weapons. With this in mind, GameSpot has put together a quick guide that details how to find all of the available gun parts to find throughout Resident Evil 3. Jill's starter weapon, the G19 Handgun.Jill's G19 Handgun Handgun Dot Sight: This upgrade can is located in the art storage room across from the Kite Bros Subway Office in Downtown. Inside the storage room is a locked safe, and next to it is a note from the dead owner. This note will give you a clue on how to unlock the safe, which will take you to the nearby Drugstore, which is next door to the Kite Bros. office. In the back of the store is an Aqua Cure poster, which has three numbers circled--this is the combination key for the safe. Head back to the art storage room and unlock the safe to get the handgun dot sight, which will increase accuracy for the G19. | For convenience, if you want access to the safe, then the combination is left 9, right 1, left 8. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  20. Keeping busy and entertained while stuck at home can be a difficult task, but thankfully, there have been a lot of sales on video games. The latest from Green Man Gaming discounts a lot of Bethesda games, including some of the best RPGs, action games, and more. Some of the games included in this sale are redeemable on Steam, while others require the Bethesda.net launcher, such as Fallout 76. At the moment, Fallout 76 is only $18.38, and if you buy it and link your Bethesda.net and Steam accounts before April 12, you'll get a copy of the Steam version for free when it launches on April 14. Bethesda's beloved RPGs are featured, including Skyrim Special Edition for $18.40, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition for $5.52, and Fallout 4 for $8.28. You can also pick up Fallout 4: GOTY Edition for $18.21, which includes all of the DLC. If you already own the base game, then you can snag Fallout 4's season pass for $18.40. If you're looking for something more action-focused, you can pick up Doom for $5.52 or Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for $11.04. Arkane's excellent, immersive action games are also on sale. Dishonored 2 is currently $9.20, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is $6.90, and Prey is $9.20. If you want to pick up an awesome bundle, you can grab the Dishonored: Complete Collection for $22.08--it comes with the entire series, including the original Dishonored. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  21. A day after dropping an update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch, Nintendo has released another smaller patch for the life-sim. Though it may be a tiny update, you can check out the patch notes below. This new version 1.1.3 update should fix New Horizons' balloons, which are not only spawning at an increased rate thanks to the Bunny Day in-game event but may be blocked from appearing thanks to a bug. According to Nintendo's patch notes, these issues should be ironed out now. Animal Crossing: New Horizons v1.1.3 Update Patch Notes General Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  22. As the coronavirus pandemic has scuttled all public gatherings, companies have been moving their announcements and press events online. Microsoft has announced that as part of its effort, it is hosting a series of indie showcases called [email protected] Spotlight. "Given the global situation right now, of course, we're not able to show off games to press and players in person, so we're excited to announce a new series of videos on the [email protected] YouTube Channel that will highlight independent [email protected] Spotlight," the company said in a blog post. As part of the announcement, Microsoft unveiled six Spotlight videos to highlight a wide array of games, some of which were just announced for Xbox One in these presentations for the first time. The videos cover a large selection of games, but Microsoft boasts that it has more than 1,600 games in development through its digital indie publishing program. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  23. Destiny 2's Trials of Osiris is back again this weekend, and thanks to a new hotfix from Bungie, the weekend multiplayer event should no longer fail to drop rewards for players braving its intense battles. Exotic vendor Xur also returns to the solar system this weekend with a new crop of gear that can help you stand against the other competitors in Trials. Here's everything you need to know about what Xur's got and where you can find him. Head to Io to find Xur this week, in the Giant's Scar area. For his weapon this week, Xur is offering Hard Light. Hunters can pick up the Orpheus Rig leg armor; for Titans, there's the Stronghold gauntlets; and for Warlocks, Xur has Controverse Hold. View the full article
  24. Animal Crossing: New Horizons has only been out for two weeks, but players quickly found a way to exploit spawns for valuable bugs to get rich. One of these money-making schemes involved farming tarantulas, the semi-rare and nocturnal arachnid that are worth 8,000 bells each if you can catch them. But the arrival of brand new bugs for the month of April has also meant new competition for the profitable tarantula--the giant water bug is here and it's ruining Animal Crossing's tarantula island. We have a whole guide on tarantula farming, but the gist of it is this: you head to a deserted island via Mystery Tour and clear out all the resources like rocks, trees, stumps, and flowers. This removes spawn conditions for other bugs, which will force the tarantula to spawn more than usual. Previously, players didn't have to worry about bodies of water on their deserted island, because in the Northern Hemisphere at least, there were no seasonal bugs that spawned on water. Enter: the giant water bug. The culprit: a giant water bug.The giant water bug is a new April arrival for Northern Hemisphere players. It appears on freshwater like ponds and rivers, meaning it doesn't require any of the foliage you'd typically clear out of your deserted island to generate a tarantula island. If you try to make a tarantula island now, you'll find that in addition to having to scare away tiger beetles or wharf roaches (bugs that also don't require flowers or trees to spawn) to force tarantula spawns, you'll also need to contend with giant water bug spawns. To make matters worse, giant water bugs don't flitter away when you sprint by them, meaning you have to actually catch them with your net and release them each time they appear. This is making an already time-consuming process a long, tedious loop for players looking to make bells fast. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  25. In the times of coronavirus (COVID-19), many of us are spending way more time at home and social distancing from our friends, family, and neighbors. Suddenly being cut off from our regular social circles can be a lonely and depressing experience, but fortunately, there are still ways to connect and have fun with your loved ones online. Platforms like Netflix Party help you watch TV and movies with others; Steam's Tabletop Simulator allows for virtual board game nights. And if you're looking for lighthearted games to play online with others--especially people who aren't normally into video games--it's hard to find a better option than The Jackbox Party Pack series. Fortunately, the entire party game franchise is currently on sale at various digital storefronts. In case you're unfamiliar: The Jackbox Party Packs are bundles that each contain five different party games. All games are played by using the web browser on any device of your choice, whether that's your phone, tablet, or PC. Jackbox games will have you input answers or draw things on your device, which will then appear on the screen for everyone to see. Many of them involve answering questions, drawing weird doodles, or coming up with hilarious captions for images. One of our favorite Jackbox games, Drawful 2, is currently free on all platforms. In Drawful, you draw weird prompts like "creepy tiger" or "two moms having a great day"; then, other players will guess what they think you've drawn and vote on what they think is the correct answer. Fibbage and Quiplash are also classics; both involve submitting answers in response to different prompts, and hilarity always ensues. Fans of trivia will want to try out Trivia Murder Party, a horror-themed trivia contest where each round is a matter of life and death (but you can still compete as a ghost!). Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  26. Grindstone, the Apple Arcade exclusive from developer Capybara Games, has received a surprise update that adds a lot of new content to the color-matching puzzler. Since launch, Grindstone has only received small content updates, mostly to celebrate seasonal events. Today, however, you can look forward to 15 new levels, a new enemy that eats other creeps and steals their colors, and three new weapons to purchase. The update is live now and available as long as you're still subscribed to Apple Arcade. Grindstone launched with Apple Arcade last year, and remains one of the best games on the service. There's still no way to purchase it outright in case it's the only reason you're still subscribed, but a whole new world of levels is a good reason to keep the subscription going for at least one more month. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  27. It can be tricky to get friends or family into video games--it's certainly become easier in recent years with the rise of mobile gaming, which has created a more accessible market for gamers of all skill levels. However, there are still people out there who haven't played a video game. If you happen to know and live with such a person and you're hoping to get them to participate in one of your favorite pastimes now that you're spending more time at home, you may be wondering where to start. We've found that a good way to get people who aren't regular players interested in video games is to play a co-op game with them. But, of course, that begs the question: What's a good video game to play with someone who's never played one before, or who rarely plays games and may not want to commit to something that's too skill-focused? Well, in the following article, we detail some of our personal favorite games that are fun to play, whether you've been gaming all your life or just starting for the first time. Our list includes all sorts of games, ranging from silly couch co-op experiences you can play with the whole family, like Super Mario Party and Jackbox Party, to approachable online multiplayer games that you can play with a friend if you're both stuck at home, such as Rocket League and Destiny 2. We'd love to hear from you all if you think we missed anything--leave a note in the comments section about your go-to when you want to play a game with a friend or family member who isn't normally into video games. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
  28. It doesn't feel like four years have passed since Persona 5 was originally released in 2016. Atlus' PlayStation 4-exclusive RPG developed a fervent fanbase and, thanks to their efforts, the title has remained an ever-present part of gaming culture. Persona 5 is a game that, in more than a few ways, was built to linger in the mind and stay in conversations. Its themes and subject matter are complex and its characters are nuanced. Everything from their visual design, to their personalities, and their place within the story resonated with people. It can't be easy, then, to go back and introduce something new to the game after the fact. Changing something that such a huge number of people have fallen deeply in love with is a daunting challenge, but to have that change be a brand new character placed at the center of the story is a potentially overwhelming one. But that's exactly what Atlus has done for Persona 5 Royal, and the task of designing the new character fell upon Shigenori Soejima. Soejima has defined the Persona series as we know it and, many of gaming's most recognizable characters come from his mind. In this episode of Audio Logs, Soejima shows us exactly how he approaches creating a character. More specifically, how he created Kasumi, the newest member of the Phantom Thieves, who makes her debut in Persona 5 Royal. Continue Reading at GameSpotView the full article
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