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Disgaea 4 Complete+ Gets Launch Trailer


To mark its launch on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, NIS America has released a launch trailer for its strategy-RPG Disgaea 4 Complete+.

Starring the tyrant vampire Valvatorez, this game is a story about changing the world. After the ruling powers of Hades are discovered to be corrupt, this character strikes a rebellion to take the entirety of it down. A number of disasters must be navigated (including collapsing buildings and raging fires), but players can overcome this all by grinding up to level 9,999.

Custom maps are available, and social online features will be available after launch.

Learn more with the video below:

Disgaea 4 Complete+ – Launch Trailer (Nintendo Switch, PS4)

The game is now available in North America and Europe, and will launch in Oceania on November 5.

Source: Press Release
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Disgaea 4 Complete+ Gets Launch Trailer

To mark its launch on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, NIS America has released a launch trailer for its strategy-RPG Disgaea 4 Complete+

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The latest FIFA 20 update is already available on PC

EA is hurrying up with the latest update for FIFA 20. It was announced yesterday on the official forums by EA community manager EA_ GZaro and PC players can already download it and apply a multitude of changes to the game. It seems that it follows the shadow of Update 4 and likewise, it comes with plenty of general gameplay changes focused on making the experience a bit more smoother. Other than changes to defensive tactics and long shots, players are now allowed to select the Direct Free Kick camera in more situations for a better view, and Penalty Kiks won’t be so easy on Legendary and Ultimate difficulties since goalkeepers will not give away the direction of their dive anymore.

Along with the general gameplay changes, Update 5 also comes with fixes to many issues in all modes, including the addition of 35 new star heads whose resemblance to the respective football player was almost inexistent. This is the case of Franck Ribéry, for example, that even complained on Twitter about this fact. It’s worthy of mention that the people in charge of Pro Evolution Soccer social media were fast enough to take advantage of this situation and posted a response showing that their Franck Ribéry looks much closer to the real one in PES 2020.

It’s hard to understand how a development team that invests so much effort in recreating football physics, even using motion capture and other very advanced methods can fail in such a blatantly obvious way when it comes to the faces of the players. But at least it´s already fixed for most of them and we are not going to have to wait for a couple of weeks longer, as it happens with the bugs of WWE 2K20.

If you want to take a look at the complete patch notes for FIFA 20 Update 5 you can read this post on the official FIFA forums. Remember that if you play on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 you will have to wait a bit longer to see these changes applied.

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New Fallen Order Trailer Showcases Epic Lightsaber Combat

New Fallen Order Trailer Showcases Epic Lightsaber Combat
We’re just weeks away from the launch of the highly anticipated Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and today Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment have released the official launch trailer, showcasing some of the games most exciting aspects, including lightsaber combat and epic Star Wars action.

New Fallen Order Trailer Showcases Epic Lightsaber Combat


Players follow the journey of Cal Kestis, an inexperienced Padawan fleeing the Empire after the desolation of Order 66. In the build up to release players have been introduced to a number of Cal’s companions, including the droid BD-1 and trusted allies Cere and Greeze.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will release on November 15th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Source: Press Release

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Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD Review

AiAi and the rest of his primate pals are back in action with the release of SEGA’s Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD. A lot has happened since its debut on the Wii in 2006 – does it prove to be more fun than a barrel full of you-know-whats?

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD Review

In the aptly titled “Main Game” mode of this title, the goal is simple – get to the goal. Taking control of the cutest of monkeys, it’s up to players to roll from one part of a stage to the other in a multicolored ball. However, the game’s not going to make this easy for you – all stages are set above a bottomless pit, and there are hazards a-plenty that are eager to knock you off course. Snowballs, wind, spiky poles, and countless other moving objects are determined to make the player fail. Consider this game akin to a technologically advanced version of the Labyrinth puzzle game, albeit with considerably more monkeys, bright colors, and overall weirdness.

However, in a game where careful movement is absolutely critical, Banana Blitz misses the mark. In what is a throwback in the worst possible way, the camera found here is absolutely atrocious. The slightest movement violently jerks the camera every which way, making careful planning in even the earlier stages a pipe dream. When one must factor in the jump mechanic or navigate a bouncy platform, things quickly devolve into a disorienting mess. There is no movement mapped to the second analog stick either, so players are at the mercy of where the game takes them.

The sad part is that the game is not difficult in and of itself for a good portion of the title. Bananas can be found wherever you look, and collecting a set amount nets players more lives than they know what to do with. Later levels do have outlandish setups, but those who can adjust to its mechanics and gimmicks can finish a stage sooner rather than later. Even the bosses are borderline pandering, with large arrows and crosshairs showing weak spots, and incredibly long telegraphed attacks. However, actually pulling things off with the wonky system is the hard part.

It’s not like players will have to worry about this camera for too long though. Set in a number of different themed worlds (including your garden variety ice, desert, cave, and jungle settings), certain stages are overly short – we’re talking a matter of seconds. There are some alternate paths and longer stages to be had, but these prove to be time-consuming more than anything else. For those looking for replay value, unlockable content and a number of Champion Medals can be had for completing each world without continuing. A grading system would have been a better fit, but this is not a terrible compromise.

Note that there is a Time Attack mode available with online leaderbaoards. Neatly divided into Casual, Standard, and Expert, it has players running through a suite of levels, with larger gauntlets unlocking as players progress through the Main Game. This is a fun novelty, but it doesn’t do anything drastically different.

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A new Hearthstone expansion and much more will be revealed at BlizzCon

BlizzCon is the event used by Blizzard Entertainment to announce everything related to its games coming in the following months. Like every year it’s preceded by a lot of rumors and speculation from the fans about what surprises are coming, but Blizzard also likes to tease and give hints before the event. It is in this context that the upcoming expansion for Hearthstone has been teased in a new video.

Not much has been revealed about this new expansion for Blizzards collectible cards game, but you can extract from the video that it could mark the end of the conflict between the League of E.V.I.L. and the goodies. It is yet to be revealed if Rafaam, King Togwaggle, Dr. Boom, Hagatha the Witch and Madame Lazul will be facing new enemies after attacking Dalaran and Uldum in previous expansions, but it’s likely that their mischievous acts will be stopped by someone. Apart from bringing new cards and gameplay mechanics to the game, the latest Hearthstone expansions have also added single-player content in the form of adventures. It’s possible that there are more coming but

The answers to all those questions will be revealed during BlizzCon. The event starts in just a couple of days and we expect that it will also shed some light over the rumors that have been going around for a while about Overwatch 2, Diablo 4 and the future of World of Warcraft.

Blizzard’s competitive first-person shooter, Overwatch, is rumored to be getting a story-driven sequel that will include a new hero, Echo, and PvE content.

Overwatch 2?

As for Diablo 4, there are also rumors about an announcement, but after what happened during the last BlizzCon, where all the rumors related to one of the most popular action role-playing game series ended with the disappointing reveal of a game for mobile devices, we are not making any predictions.

World of Warcraft has found renewed life with the launch of World of Warcraft Classic, but Blizzard is not forgetting about the normal servers and there are some rumors saying that Shadowlands is the name of the next expansion, which will take players to the glorious land of Bastion. Nothing has been confirmed tho.

BlizzCon starts on November 1st, so we will discover what Blizzard has in storage soon enough.

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HDD and SSD – How Do They Differ?

Before we dive in with their differences, let’s look at their similarities. Hard Disk Drive (HDD) and Solid State Drive (SSD) are both storage components of your computer. Both also come in external or portable form. But how they function and store data are completely different.

 

Whenever consumers shop for new computers, even second-hand ones, they always check for the storage. And what they commonly encounter as the storage of say, example 1TB, is the hard drive, and very rarely the SSD. But some desktops and laptops have SSD in them as storage. Ultimately, what you use your computer for will determine which one you will need more. Wait, you can run a computer without an HDD? Well technically, yes. But it will be tricky.

 

The reason why HDD is one of the first things you see when shopping for a computer is because its quality and technology is tried and tested with time. 5 decades, to be precise.

The technology behind hard disk drives is well known and well-tested. Hard disk drives have been around for more than 50 years, steadily increasing their storage capacity and decreasing their physical size. HDDs rely on spinning disks, or platters, to read and write data.

(Via:https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ssd-vs-hdd)

 

Spinning platters and moving arms are what mainly compose a hard disk drive.

Hard disk drives consist of one or more magnetically-sensitive platters, an actuator arm with a read/write head on it for each platter, and a motor to spin the platters and move the arms. There is also an I/O controller and firmware that tells the hardware what to do and communicates with the rest of the system.

(Via:https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ssd-vs-hdd)

 

HDDs have stood the test of time. They have a trusted and reliable technology. Moreover, they are more affordable than SSDs even with the same storage amount. And compared to SSDs, they also come with more storage in the market. The bad? They use physical power. The moving parts can stop working when your computer is mishandled, especially laptops.

The drawbacks to HDDs are a result of the mechanical parts used to read and write data, as physically finding and retrieving data takes more time than electronically finding and retrieving data. The mechanical parts can skip or even fail if they are handled roughly or dropped. This is a concern in laptops, but not as much in desktops. HDDs are also heavier and use more energy than comparable SSDs.

(Via:https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ssd-vs-hdd)

 

An SSD, on the other hand, utilizes flash memory. This means that its processes are electronic, not physical.

Solid state drives use flash memory to deliver superior performance and durability. Because there are lots of small, moving parts inside your hard drive — magnetic heads, spindles, and spinning platters — it’s easy for things to go wrong and you could lose your important data. Without moving parts, SSDs are more durable, run cooler and use less energy..

(Via:https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ssd-vs-hdd)

 

SSDs run on NAND technology. And no, it is not an acronym. Unlike HDDs, SSDs have gates and charges.

SSDs can be thought of as large USB drives; they use the same base technology. NAND, the technology in solid state drives, is a kind

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Death Stranding will also be released on PC

After announcing a few days ago a tour to the four corners of the planet to promote his next title, Hideo Kojima surprises us with a new Death Stranding announcement.

This surprise will delight more than one because Death Stranding will not be a PS4 exclusive, and it will be released on PC early summer 2020. Kojima announced the good news on Twitter earlier today.

While many players will undoubtedly be happy about being able to enjoy Death Stranding too, we doubt that it’s the same for Sony. The timing that Kojima chooses to reveal this information is a bit special; there are less than two weeks before the release of the game on PS4. This is obviously not of the taste of all players either, especially those who have already pre-ordered the game on Sony’s platform. Some have not hesitated to express their dissatisfaction, and even plan to cancel their pre-order. This is not something that will appease the sometimes virulent rivalry between console players and PC players. If the heart of the story in Death Stranding is to create links, it does not have this effect on players right now.

Anyway, now that we know that Death Stranding will also be released on PC, the question of the platform arises. No details have yet been revealed on this subject, and it is likely to be a thorny subject with the candidates that immediately come to mind. It’s been a while since there is a war declared between Steam and Epic Games due to the exclusive games of Epic Games Store, which attracts more and more developers thanks to its more advantageous remuneration for them. It remains to be seen who will win the fight for Death Stranding. The future will tell.

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505 Games to Publish Death Stranding on PC

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Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding, one of the most anticipated games of the year, is set to launch on PS4 on Friday, November 8th. It tells the story of a man traveling across a wasteland to save humanity from annihilation after various supernatural events start to plague the landscape. It seems to also have heavy themes revolving around interpersonal relationships, we think, although no one can quite be sure as the trailers are all incredibly cryptic. We do know it features Conan O’Brien, though, as well as a number of other celebrity voice actors that are sure to immerse us fully in this strange world.

Death Stranding won’t be a PlayStation exclusive forever, though. Kojima always intended for it to be playable on PC, and in the coming months 505 games will handle porting it over. 505 has been behind the recent Control and Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, as well as ABZÛ, so the Death Stranding certainly seems to be in good hands. There’s no release date set as of now, but it’s projected to be available “Summer 2020” with more details in the near future. It’s unknown if the game will release on Steam, GOG, or some other platform (I find the Epic Games store unlikely), but it will likely be announced soon.

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Death Stranding Coming to PC Summer 2020


Kojima Productions took to Twitter to announce that Death Stranding will come to the PC in the early summer of 2020.

You can view the Tweet below:

Developed by director Hideo Kojima, Death Stranding is an action “strand” game that has the deliveryman Sam (Norman Reedus) travel across the United Cities. The title features an open world, and features explorable grasslands and forests, tundra and snow-covered mountain ranges, and reddish dusty dryland.

Those that want to bring a friend along can enjoy the title with others via the “Social Strand System” asynchronous multiplayer.

For those who do not want to wait that long, the game is set to come to the PlayStation 4 on November 8.

Source: Twitter
Death Stranding Coming to PC Summer 2020

Kojima Productions took to Twitter to announce that Death Stranding will come to the PC in the early summer of 2020

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Landmarks of Koholint Highlighted in New Video

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The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Landmarks of Koholint Highlighted in New Video


Old Man Ulrira is eager to show off the sights of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening’s island of Koholint with the latest video for the title.

Kicking things off with a phone call with series mainstay Link, Old Man Ulrira’s “Landmarks of Koholint” highlights Mabe Village in the west, Kanalet Castle, the Yarna Desert, and the Ancient Ruins.

See these attractions for yourself with the video below:

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening – Landmarks of Koholint feat. Ulrira – Nintendo Switch

Now available for the Nintendo Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening tasks players with finding the eight instruments of the Sirens and awakening Koholint’s Wind Fish. New to this release are customizable dungeons.

Source: YouTube
Death Stranding Coming to PC Summer 2020

Kojima Productions took to Twitter to announce that Death Stranding will come to the PC in the early summer of 2020

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