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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] Gets New Trailer Featuring Londrekia


The latest trailer for PQube, French Bread and Arc System Works’ Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] puts the spotlight on the “Frozen Fang of Eternity” Londrekia Light.

As the 21st character joining the roster, Londrekia fights with the Circular Step and Frozen Spire. Get a taste of his diverse moveset with the trailer below:

UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH Exe:Late[cl-r] – Londrekia Trailer

This title will feature an average of 600 frames of animation to help express show smooth motion for each fighter. In-depth lessons that teach advanced techniques have also been included for all new fighters looking to test their mettle.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on February 21.

Source: Press Release
Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] Gets New Trailer Featuring Londrekia

The latest trailer for PQube, French Bread and Arc System Works’ Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] puts the spotlight on the “Frozen Fang of Eternity” Londrekia Light

SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions Gets Launch Trailer

To mark its launch on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, Square-Enix has released a launch trailer for SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions

Link Coming to Super Mario Maker 2

As part of the Ver. 2.0.0 update coming to the game on December 5, Nintendo announced that Link from The Legend of Zelda will make his way to Super Mario Maker 2

Death Stranding Gets Characters Trailer

Get acquainted with the characters of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding with the latest trailer for the game

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SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions Gets Launch Trailer


To mark its launch on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, Square-Enix has released a launch trailer for SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions.

This JRPG puts the focus on adventurers Urpina, Taria, Balmaint and Leonard, who all set out on a journey to change both themselves and the world. that will change them and the world. Each of these characters has their own unique storyline, all tying back to a world full of conflict and intrigue.

Marking its release for the first time in Western territories features character voiceovers, enhanced graphics, new skills to learn and other improvements.

Learn more with the launch trailer below:

SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS | Launch Trailer

For those looking to get the title, a 20% discount is now available across all platforms.

Source: Press Release
SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions Gets Launch Trailer

To mark its launch on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, Square-Enix has released a launch trailer for SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions

Link Coming to Super Mario Maker 2

As part of the Ver. 2.0.0 update coming to the game on December 5, Nintendo announced that Link from The Legend of Zelda will make his way to Super Mario Maker 2

Death Stranding Gets Characters Trailer

Get acquainted with the characters of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding with the latest trailer for the game

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gets Systems Trailer

Take a look at the different gameplay systems that will be featured in Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot with the latest trailer for the game

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Starship Troopers is getting a RTS game

The cult sci-fi film Starship Troopers shares its name with the novel written by Robert A. Heinlein in 1959, and even though it is a bit more satyrical and less critic than the original novel, it still managed to become quite popular. The story of Johnny Rico as he joins the military and his adventures in the war between the Mobile Infantry and the alien race known as the Bugs were also used as inspiration for the creation of a first-person shooter also called Starship Troopers, which was released in 2005. Quite unexpectedly, it seems that the franchise is getting another video game in the future because Slitherine has just announced the real-time strategy game called Starship Troopers: Terran Command.

Starship Troopers: Terran Command is based on the universe shown in the movie and it will put you in control of the Mobile Infantry during the war against the Arachnid threat. In your attempt to save humanity you will have to make the best use of your units to counter the almost unlimited number of troops that the aliens can deploy.

You will have a wide range of troops at your disposal, from infantry units armed with Morita Assault Rifles and MX-90 Fragmentation Grenades to engineers capable of deploying turrets and mines. As the campaign progresses you will develop technology to upgrade your troops with new weaponry which, at the same time, will open a variety of new strategic options to you.

Starship Troopers: Terran Command – Bugs assaulting a MI outpost

According to Iain McNeil, development director at Slitherine, Starship Troopers: Terran Command wants to stay as true as possible to the movie:

“We aimed to capture the essence of the original movie and its universe. This is not only achieved by creating a coherent set of units and scenarios, but also by mimicking the language, visual elements, dialogues, and the little details that made the film such an iconic, cult feature.”

With dynamically generated campaigns, Starship Troopers: Terran Command promises high replayability that will keep the fans of the genre and the movie glued to their PCs for long hours. The game will be released next year, but an accurate release date has not been revealed yet.

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My Hero One’s Justice 2 has a release date

Even if you are not one of the followers of the My Hero Academia manga series you may recognize some of the characters present in it. The Japanese superhero manga series written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi has become quite popular all over the world, and as it happened with other manga series there are also video games based on them. We could see it happening with the Dragon Ball franchise, which includes plenty of videogames and is getting Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot in the future.

My Hero One’s Justice follows the same pattern. It’s a fighting video game based on the characters and the story of My Hero Academia. In the universe of the game, there are people that manifest superpowers known as “quirks”. Those powers allow them to become superheroes or supervillains and the manga follows the story of a group of teenage superheroes who attend an academy to learn how to make use of their powers and become true heroes in the future. It’s the perfect scenario for a fighting game that pits heroes and villains in epic fights. The sequel to My Hero One’s Justice seems to be following the same path as its predecessor and it will be a 3D brawler based on the events in the fourth season of My Hero Academia.

My Hero One’s Justice 2 will include fan-favorite characters from the series that were present in the first game, like Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, and Tomura Shigaraki, but also new characters like Sir Nighteye. On the gameplay side, a new mechanic will allow sidekicks to perform plus ultra attacks during battles among other novelties.

Izuku Midoriya in My Hero One’s Justice 2

The launch of My Hero One’s Justice 2 is scheduled for March 13, 2020, on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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Sparklite Review: A Roguelite with Emphasis on the Lite

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Sparklite is an isometric action-adventure rogue-lite developed by Red Blue Games. Previously a mobile developer, this is Red Blue’s first effort on consoles. As such, Sparklite does have some elements that make it feel like a mobile game at times, but I’ll talk more about that later.

I come away from Sparklite with conflicted feelings. The responsive combat and competent upgrade system make for a fun time, but it’s held back by some grindy mechanics that feel out of place in this Zeldainspired title.

 

The Fractured World of Geodia

 

Sparklite begins with our protagonist and amateur mechanic Ada crash landing on the world of Geodia. After being allowed to explore for a bit, we encounter a boss fight that Ada has little hope of defeating with her current tools. After your likely demise at the hands of your enemy, Ada awakens in the game’s hub world and we learn what that whole ordeal was all about. It turns out Geodia is being exploited by resident bad guy ‘The Baron’, for personal gain. That thing we just encountered was one of his servants, and with the help of the nice folks on our new hub world, we might just have a chance at taking it down.

This is when we get into the meat of the game, and we’re introduced to various mechanics that make up Sparklite’s gameplay. For now, I want to talk about the plot and worldbuilding of Sparklite, so we’ll get into the guts of the gameplay later.

Image taken from Sparklite. Depicts player interacting with an NPC

There are some NPCs you encounter throughout your time in Geodia.

Sparklite’s story isn’t really anything special, but it manages to sell its world through visual storytelling. Each area you visit tells its own story, be it a desert full of goblins or a swamp full of venomous insects. As you find ancient vaults you learn more about how Geodia was formed, and surprise surprise: Ada is the hero destined to save it. This ham-fisted attempt at telling a generic fantasy storyline feels unnecessary, as each area tells its own story well enough on its own. The aforementioned desert area is very open, and only has walls on the edges of the map. Each room is connected, so it really feels like an open space. It makes sense that the goblins are here too, as this is the harsh environment that the Baron has recruited them from. It’s little details like this that tell Sparklite’s narrative, accompanied by a pretty catchy soundtrack.

 

Wait, Wasn’t I Here Before?

 

Sparklite’s bouncy flora and fauna match well with the upbeat music and colorful particle effects, I just wish that the art direction had a little bit more personality. Sure it’s cutesy and vibrant at times, but it’s not memorable due to its large similarity to plenty of other indie titles of recent times. Years down the line I think if you showed me a picture of Sparklite, I would have trouble differentiating it from other Zelda inspired indies of its time. I don’t find Sparklite to be an ugly game by any stretch, I just don’t find its cutesy style interesting and I’ve seen it far too many times to be wowed by it now.

Image captured from Sparklite. Depicts player at the starting point of the Acid Bog area

Sparklite

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Super Mario Maker 2: an update full of content is on the way

Released last June on Nintendo Switch, Super Mario Maker 2 was a big hit among the fans of the franchise. It must be said that the game was highly anticipated, especially by the fans of the first game, which allowed Nintendo to achieve record sales. The game sold more than 2 million copies worldwide, only three days after its release.

Like its predecessor, it allows you to not only play with the world’s most famous plumber, in a classic platform game, but it primarily lets you create your own levels. Super Mario Maker 2 includes the universe of Super Mario 3D World in addition to those present in the first game, namely, Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros. U. In addition to the graphic aspect of the title, this adds to the game a variety of new elements and gameplay options.

Those who have already been experimenting with the game since it was released will be happy to hear that an update will be released soon for Super Mario Maker 2. From December 5 you will find a number of novelties in the game, starting with two new enemies. The first one, Spike, can also be a great help to overcome various obstacles, thanks to its spiky ball. The second one, Pokey, can put your nerves to the test because of its size. It will be available in several variants and can be defeated with fireballs or swallowed by Yoshi. Speaking of fire, this update also includes frozen coins. To collect those you neet to use a source of fire to melt the ice around them. You can also use the P block, to reveal invisible blocks, and the Dash block, specific to the universe of Super Mario 3D World, which will allow you to create frenetic courses.

But the most notable addition to this update to Super Mario Maker 2 is without a doubt the Master Sword. It will transform Mario into Link, allowing you to use his abilities too. You can use his sword and his shield, but also a bow and the bombs. This opens up a huge field of opportunities for creating new interactions. Finally, a new Ninji Speedrun mode will be introduced too. It will challenge you with crossing levels made by Nintendo as quickly as possible while competing with other players.

Super Mario Maker 2 – The Master Sword

You will be able to find all this new content in Super Mario Maker 2 from December 5th. If you do not have it yet, do not hesitate to visit our comparator.

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Star Citizen raises over $250 million through crowd-funding

Controversy seems to follow Star Citizen everywhere since its development started. Countless threads on every forum about videogames back this fact up with legions of fans and haters that voice out their opinions about the multiplayer space trading and combat game from Chris Roberts, creator of the Wing Commander series. The release of Star Was originally planned for 2014 but it is still under development due to the expansion of its features, which adds even more fuel to the fire in the discussion about the game. But the only truth is that Star Citizen keeps getting more and more funds from backers as time passes, and it has surpassed the $250 million crowd-funding milestone.

With no official release date in sight, developer studio Cloud Imperium Games keeps receiving money that primarily comes from players who buy spaceship for Star Citizen, which actually only exists as an alpha version. Some of those can be really expensive, costing hundreds of dollars. More and more content is being added to this alpha version, primarily in the form of those spaceships. That is exactly one of the things that makes some players a bit worried about the development of the game. Even though you can notice the progress in the development of Star Citizen, as the money keeps coming, the number of objectives, features, and possibilities added to the game seem to be increasing exponentially too. The problem with that is that Star Citizen may have become a monster that swallows everything that you throw at it. Nobody knows where it will stop, when will it be ready or what limits it will have.

Star Citizen doesn’t seem to be able to satisfy its creators during development, and if things continue like this, it may even never get a chance to satisfy the players. But as the money keeps pouring in, it doesn’t seem to be much of an issue and players that support the game seem to be happy with what they are getting. Let’s just hope that we can see a finished version of the game that we can enjoy at some point in the future.

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Modern Warfare expands Gunfight mode

It’s quite likely that when Gunfight mode was released for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare nobody in Infinity Ward expected it to become the most popular gameplay mode in the game. Gunfight has enticed Modern Warfare players with its hectic and thrilling action. Fast thinking, coordination, and lightning speed reactions are the key to success in a multiplayer competitive mode that pits two pairs of players against each other in competitive matches. The mirrored weapon loadout system allows players to just jump into a game and fight with whatever weapons they have in rounds of 40 seconds.

As a result of the huge popularity of Gunfight, Infinity Ward is planning to expand the gameplay mode with new options for 3v3 and 1v1 players. This fact has been revealed by Joe Cecot, co-design director of multiplayer at Infinity Ward. When he was asked about a 3v3 mode he answered that they are adding it “at some point” along with a 1v1 mode too, surprising everyone.

Rumor says that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be also getting a Battle Royale mode, that could be already in the works. Considering that such a mode is something that has been either present at launch or added later to any shooter recently launched, Battle Royale might have to start being considered as a staple mode in the genre.

Adaptation seems to be the keyword here. Not only it is something that you need to have to be good in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Gunfight, but it’s also what Infinity Ward seems to be doing with the game, giving the players what they are demanding. There is no official release date for those additions but we hope they will be soon and if they also bring some new Gunfight maps with them it will be even better.

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How to Install Docker CE on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8

Docker is a daemon-based container engine which allows us to deploy applications inside containers. With the release of RHEL 8 and CentOS 8, docker package has been removed from their default package repositories, docker has been replaced with podman and buildah.

Install-Docker-CE-CentOS8

If are comfortable with docker and deploy most the applications inside the docker containers and does not want to switch to podman then this tutorial will guide you on how to install and use community version of docker on CentOS 8 and RHEL 8 system.

Docker is available in two versions,

  • Docker CE (Community Edition)
  • Enterprise Edition (EE)

In this guide we will learn how to install Docker CE (Community Edition) on CentOS 8 or RHEL 8 Server.

System Requirements for Docker CE

  • Minimal CentOS 8 / RHEL 8
  • Sudo or root privileges
  • Internet Connection

Installation Steps of Docker CE on CentOS 8/RHEL 8 Server

Step:1) Enable Docker CE Repository

As we said above, docker packages are not available anymore on CentOS 8 or RHEL 8 package repositories, run following dnf command to enable Docker CE package repository.

[[email protected] ~]# dnf config-manager --add-repo=https://download.docker.com/linux/centos/docker-ce.repo

Step:2) Install Docker CE using dnf command

Once the docker ce repo has been configured successfully then run following command to verify which version of docker is available for installation

[[email protected] ~]# dnf list docker-ce
Available Packages
docker-ce.x86_64              3:19.03.5-3.el7                                           docker-ce-stable
[[email protected] ~]#

Now, use beneath dnf command to install latest version of docker,

[[email protected] ~]# dnf install docker-ce --nobest -y

After the installation of docker, start and enable its service using the following systemctl commands

[[email protected] ~]# systemctl start docker
[[email protected] ~]# systemctl enable docker

Run the following command to verify installed docker version

[[email protected] ~]# docker --version
Docker version 18.06.3-ce, build d7080c1
[[email protected] ~]#

Step:3) Verify and test Docker CE Engine

To verify whether docker ce engine has been setup correctly or not, try to spin up a “hello-world” container using below docker command,

[[email protected] ~]# docker run hello-world

Output of above command

hello-world-container-centos8

As we can see the informational message in above output which confirms docker engine is setup correctly on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8 Server. Let’s move to docker compose installation.

Step:4) Install Docker Compose

As we know that docker compose is used to link multiple containers using a single command. In other words, Docker Compose is useful where we need to launch multiple containers and these containers depends on each other. Examples like launching LAMP/ LEMP applications (WordPress & Joomla etc) insider containers.

Run the following commands to install docker compose on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8,

[[email protected] ~]# dnf install curl -y
[[email protected] ~]# curl -L "https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.25.0/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m)" -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose

Note: Replace the “1.25.0” with docker compose version that you want to install but at this point of time this is the latest and stable version of docker compose.

Set the executable permission to docker-compose binary

[[email protected] ~]# chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose

Verify the docker compose version by running the following command.

[[email protected] ~]# docker-compose --version
docker-compose version 1.25.0, build 0a186604
[[email protected] ~]#

That’s all from this tutorial, I hope these steps help you to setup docker and docker compose on CentOS 8 and RHEL 8 server.

Read Also: How to Use docker-compose to launch containers

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Death Stranding Gets Characters Trailer


Get acquainted with the characters of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding with the latest trailer for the game.

In this short video, the characters Fragile (Lea Seydoux), Mama (Margaret Qualley), Heartman (Nicolas Winding Refn), Deadman (Guillermo Del Toro), Higgs (Troy Baker), Die-Hardman (Tommy Earl Jenkins), Cliff (Mads Mikkelsen), Amelie (Lindsay Wagner), and Sam (Norman Reedus) make an appearance.

You can watch it below:

Death Stranding – Characters Short Trailer | PS4

Death Stranding tasks players with delivering supply cargo to a number of different isolated cities known as KNOTs. Along the way, players will have to contend with both “beached things” (BTs) and a cult of rogue, bandit-esque porters known as MULEs.

The game is now available for the PlayStation 4, and will come out for the PC in the early summer of 2020. You can read our review here.

Source: YouTube
Death Stranding Gets Characters Trailer

Get acquainted with the characters of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding with the latest trailer for the game

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Fairy Tail Launching March 19

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Granblue Fantasy: Versus Gets Lancelot Gameplay Trailer

See the Twinfang Prodigy Lancelot in action with the latest trailer for Cygames, Arc System Works, and XSEED Games’ Granblue Fantasy: Versus

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