To mark its launch on the PlayStation 4 today, NIS America has released a launch trailer for their new JRPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III.
A traditional JRPG that features turn-based battles, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III is a direct sequel that puts the spotlight on military professor Rean Schwarzer, who teaches at the Thors Branch Campus. Familiar faces from the past will make their return alongside new ones, and the combat will feature new additions like Brave Order and the Break System.
You can view the launch trailer below:
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III – Launch Trailer (PS4) (EU – English)
Get introduced to the most extensive retelling of the Dragon Ball Z story with the introduction trailer for Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
An action-RPG, players will be able to relive the story of Goku and the other Z Fighters in this title. Offering an immersive experience, players will be able to fish, fight, eat, and train with series mainstays Goku, Gohan, Vegeta and others. Villains like Raditz, Frieza, and Cell will also make an appearance.
Get up to speed with the video below:
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Game Introduction – PS4/XB1/PC
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 17. Fans can pre-order the title here, and bonuses include a new Sub Quest, Early Access to Bonyu’s Training, and 1x Cooking item.
The secluded swamp-dweller Philip Carlier is the latest Legendary Bounty to hit Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online.
Wanted for embezzlement and murder, this Legendary Bounty has been deemed extremely volatile. Those who are still interested can take on this bounty by grabbing his wanted poster at any sheriff’s office. Make sure to revisit the Bounty Board again after a brief period of time to replay this mission at a higher difficulty.
To ring in the Halloween season, a number of masks can be yours in Red Dead Online. Both the Freak Mask and the Swine Mask are available for a limited time. Note that those who are in any of the three Specialist Roles will get a free mask, with Bounty Hunters getting a variant of the Creature Mask, Traders getting an exclusive Swine Mask, and Collectors getting an exclusive Masquerade Mask.
Outlaw Pass holders that hit Club Rank 10 will get an exclusive variation of the Freak Mask. For the Club Rank 20 Outlaw Pass holders, they will get this mask alongside an exclusive variation of The Horror Mask. Finally, players that jump into GTA Online by December 12 can get themselves a unique colorway of the Slaughter Mask.
This week’s Free Aim Series is Make It Count. This will have players utilizing only a Bow and Arrow or Throwing Knives to take down their opponents in a shrinking area.
Those looking to cash in on Madam Nazar’s Weekly Collectible List will be able to deliver the Cheaters Suit. By tracking down the King of Cups, Queen of Wands, and Ace of Pentacles, they will then be able to sell (or mail through the Post Office) as a full set by October 29 for a reward.
All those playing Red Dead Online this week will net themselves an additional 2,000 Club XP.
This goes alongside a 30% XP Boost towards your progress in the Wheeler, Rawson & Co. Club and The Outlaw Pass on a swath of activities, which includes the following:
All A Land of Opportunities Missions
All Free Roam Missions
All Bounty Missions, including Legendary Bounties and Player Bounties
Manhunt and Day of Reckoning Free Roam Events
Bounty Hunter Daily Challenges
Trader Sell Missions
Trade Route Free Roam Event
Trader Daily Challenges
Collector: Collecting Arrowheads
Collector: Collecting Tarot Cards
Collector: Collecting Lost Jewelry
Collector: Weekly Collectible List – Cheaters Suit
Collector: All Full Collectors Set Sales
Condor Egg & Salvage Free Roam Events
Collector Daily Challenges
Finally, all PlayStation Plus members that log in and play from now to November 4 will get themselves an exclusive colorway of the Killiman Vest. Those who connect their Social Club account with Twitch Prime will receive the Bounty Hunter license for free.
Get ready to crack some skulls with the launch trailer for Lab Zero Games and Skybound Games’ Skullgirls 2nd Encore, now available for the Nintendo Switch.
A modern take on the classic arcade fighting games of old, this release features hand-drawn visuals with detailed animations, a number of unique gameplay mechanics, and a number of creative characters.
Originally released in 2012, 2nd Encore features all extra DLC. This includes a Story Mode that is fully voiced, a number of unique challenges, trials, color options, and an endless Survival Mode.
See it in action below:
Skullgirls 2nd Encore – Available Now on Nintendo Switch!
Fans can grab it by digital download via the Nintendo eShop for £19.99/€24.99/$24.99.
Ring in Valentine’s Day with style when THQ Nordic and Airship Syndicate’s Darksiders Genesis hits all major consoles on February 14.
Focusing on the fourth and final horseman Strife, he will battle alongside his brother War in the title’s two-player co-op mode. For those flying solo, the ability to switch between Strife and War on the fly will be available. No matter which character players choose, both can build a special attack meter that briefly transforms them into a colossal creature that leaves nothing but destruction in its wake.
See Strife in action with the video below:
Darksiders Genesis – Not Alone Trailer (feat. Malgros the Defiler)
Note that the game will launch for the PC and Google Stadia on December 5. A pre-order with a 15% discount is now available.
After starting at the beginning of the year with the Wrathstone game pack, and the release of the Elsweyr expansion last June, the Season of the Dragon is coming to an end.
The latest pack, Scalebreaker, brought two new dungeons, among other things: The Reliquary of the Funeral Moons, which made us face the vampires in Croc Hollow, and the Den of Maarselok, where we had to defeat the dragon Maarselok. The adventure continues today with Dragonhold, which concludes the Season of the Dragon in The Elder Scrolls Online. Released yesterday on PC, Dragonhold along with the Update 24 offers a host of new content, available for free to players with an ESO Plus subscription, or purchasable for 2000 crowns in the shop.
In Dragonhold you will explore a new region on Elsweyr, the kingdom of Pellitine. This region devastated decades ago is still struggling to recover and it is now threatened by the arrival of the dragons. The main story will lead you to meet Sai Sahan, whom you have already met if you played Dragonhold’s prologue. You will have to help him getting back on his feet and discovering the secrets of the Dragon Guard, an ancient order of dragon hunters. In addition to that, Dragonhold also offers new quests, bosses, and new rewards that include six armor sets, three crafted ones and three dropped in the area. If you finish all the main Dragonhold and Elsweyr quests, you will also unlock bonus quests.
Finally, if your purse allows you, you can purchase the Dragonhold Collector’s Bundle for 4000 crowns, which in addition to the contents of the pack, includes a legendary pet, five scrolls of experience, and the Legendary Dragon Horse mount.
TESO – Contents of Dragonhold Collector’s Bundle
Update 24 is the first wave of performance enhancements for The Elder Scrolls Online, and it includes better memory management, which should add stability to the game, changes to combat skills, and a new group search system to reduce queues.
The Dragonhold Pack and Update 24 of The Elder Scrolls Online are already available on PC and will be released on PS4 and Xbox One on November 5th.
Obsidian Entertainment looks to the stars with the release of The Outer Worlds, a science-fiction, first-person RPG. This title will give players the chance to build a family of space-faring misfits, tackle the challenges of the struggling Halcyon colony, and forge your own path in one of this year’s most anticipated releases. Does it live up to expectations?
The Outer Worlds Review
The story begins as you are awoken from cryosleep by a slightly eccentric scientist by the name of Phineas Wells. You quickly learn that a ship of colonists, Earth’s best and brightest, are under threat, as your ship failed to reach its intended destination. Arriving at a Colony on the edge of known space, you’re thrown into a political minefield as The Board, a corporation that acts as a totalitarian government, fights for power with various other corporations and rebel factions. At least that’s how it appears.
Much of its environment centers around different corporate factions, each fighting to instill their own agenda on a miserable populace through fear, manipulation, or other dastardly means. You’ll have chances to thwart these corporations, aid their cause, or sometimes a little in-between. It features the same tongue-in-cheek corporate propaganda often seen throughout Fallout, and it’s executed at a similar level. It blends thought-provoking slogans and catchy jingles with well-timed and well-delivered humor.
The Outer Worlds’ narrative follows that familiar style throughout, but it’s done so in a way that is immersive and satisfying. It doesn’t take itself too seriously; from quirky one-liners to hilarious quest-lines, there’s plenty worthy of a chuckle, but that doesn’t detract from the surprisingly serious nature of saving this one particular corner of the galaxy. Obsidian Entertainment has demonstrated this ability plenty of times before, switching from comedic elements to serious storytelling while managing to ensure each compliments the other, never having one aspect overpowering the experience. They have delivered once again.
Character progression and advancement is always at the forefront of The Outer Worlds. Exploration is constantly rewarding, offering new weapons, mods to customize your armor, special ingredients that can be combined in a medical inhaler to provide a boost to stats and health. All of the core elements of a great RPG are in place, and are executed brilliantly. This is further enhanced by an inspiring stats and abilities system.
Seven primary skills house 18 different secondary skills, featuring everything from hacking to leadership and each offering bonuses in different aspects of gameplay. Whether you want to be a sweet-talking gunslinger or an intimidating brawler, practically every path is viable as nearly every situation in the game has multiple solutions available…if you’re patient enough to seek them out.
The Outer Worlds is a journey of choice and consequence, a journey that will push your moral compass to its limits. This is not an adventure of simple ethicalities. While some choices offer a black and white solution, for the majority of this experience, you will question, you will ponder, and ultimately, you’re going to make a choice that comes back to kick you in the ass. And that’s fine; in fact, that’s fantastic.
The morally grey area of many of the games decisions initially left me frustrated, annoyed I couldn’t carve the path I desired. Instead …
Halloween is the perfect excuse to celebrate a limited-time event in many games, and developer Gearbox Software wasn’t going to miss this opportunity of celebrating Halloween in Borderlands 3, so they have prepared the Bloody Harvest Event for all of us.
If you play Borderlands 3 from October 24 to December 5, you will be able to join the Bloody Harvest and fight against Halloween-themed enemies in an event that can yield several spooky rewards. Those range from new skins for Fl4k, Amara, Moze, and Zane to a variety of customization items for your weapons. But there is more than customization options in this event, and you will also get to fight against a new boss who pretty much looks like the Ghost Rider version of Captain Traunt with his flaming skull and all. He is expected to drop a new legendary weapon, the Fearmonger, which seems to be a freezing shotgun in the video.
Borderlands 3 – Bloody Harvest Boss
This free content update for Borderlands 3 will be applied very soon, and we don’t know if it will also include any kind of balance changes like the ones that have been applied to the game since it started. Despite the annoyance of having to think about new builds and weapon combinations, Gearbox is doing a great job balancing the game and offering different gameplay possibilities for all the characters. Fl4k is not a one-trick-pony anymore, and pet builds are as viable as stealth ones, and the same goes for Amara, who has a few different elemental builds to try or can even go melee. The same goes for the weapons in the game; the almighty Flakker is not the best option in 99% of the situations now that it consumes a whole magazine every time it shoots. It still deals insane damage, and it’s a great weapon, but you can look at other options now.
If you haven’t tried Borderlands 3 yet, it’s the perfect moment to start with it and also enjoy the new Bloody Harvest event.
You don’t need to be a genius to realize that Pathologic 2 is not an AAA title, but despite its limitations on some areas this narrative thriller developed by Ice-Pick Lodge offers much more than your average adventure game. The weird setting of the game is unique and it¡s full of interesting concepts that could have a lot of potential making it a game that you will never forget once you have played it. As a reimagining of the cult-favorite game form 2005 Pathologic, this game will put us in the shoes of a doctor known as Haruspex returns to his native town as a request of his father, but as he arrives at the place, three locals try to kill him for unknown reasons and he will discover that the place is afflicted by a deadly plague.
The main story in Pathologic 2 takes place over the course of twelve days. During that time, you will have to do your best to survive, managing your bodily functions and finding resources. But doing it alone is going to be really hard, so it would be in your best interest if you manage to make some friends.
Pathologic 2 originally is supposed to have three episodes, and the story of Haruspect should be the first one, but nothing has been revealed about the following ones. The only thing we know so far is that the main character will be different in each of them. With two more episodes in the air, it’s rather surprising that Ice-Pick Lodge has announced a DLC for the game.
Pathologic 2: The Marble Nest DLC is a spin-off story in which we will play as Dr. Daniil Dankovsky, another doctor that is also trying to save the plague-ridden town alongside the Haruspex. Over the course of a single day, he will offer us a different perspective of the situation and of death itself.
Even if it’s going to be free for those that own the main game when the DLC is released next week, we can’t stop wondering if it wouldn’t be better to put the time and resources spent into creating the DLC into the next Pathologic 2 episode.
Backing up data isn’t only for your PC or laptop. There’s nothing like losing important data because of accidental deletion or a misplaced folder or location. When it comes to smartphones and tablets, you can always back them up by storing some data on your computer from your device. But if this isn’t an option for you or if your computer is almost full, other backup processes can be done instead.
Devices that store data like smartphones and tablets need to be backed up as well. You use your smartphone almost every time and take it with you wherever you go. Therefore, it only makes sense to back it up.
Back in the day, backing up phones is a tedious process. But today, it has become less dreary and confusing. Everyone’s got a different Android version on their device. But these steps can still apply to the recent ones. Android allows backing up from your Google account.
First step, you need to turn on the backup settings.