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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Review

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore attempts to breathe new life into the Wii U JRPG after its original North American release in 2016. Is the game worthy of being rescued, or should they have chosen a different title? Check out our review and find out.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Review

Tokyo Mirage Session starts with an event known as the Mass Disappearance. As the name suggests, 1,000 people suddenly disappear from a concert. Of everyone in the venue, only one person didn’t get taken. Tsubasa Oribe was watching her sister perform, and a mysterious light protected her from this strange occurence. Fast forward five years, and we meet with the main character: Itsuki Aoi.

Itsuki and Tsubasa are friends that run into each other at an idol event. Tsubasa has an audition to be an idol in something akin to American Idol. While she is answering questions, the shadows appear again and start taking people. Tsubasa is one of the people who is dragged off, and Itsuki follows after her. From here, you enter the world of Mirages and rescue Tsubasa. The Mirages are after people’s Performa, which is basically people’s performance skill, and it is why they take Tsubasa. Tokyo Mirage runs roughly about 45 hours, and comes with plenty of side content.

While you are in the Mirage world, you awaken as a Mirage Master and summon your own Mirage to help you in combat. These Mirages that help you are all Fire Emblem characters. Chrom awakens in Itsuki, Caeda in Tsubasa, and others like Tiki make appearances as well. It is worth noting that their appearances are unique to this game; they don’t look like they do in Fire Emblem. Note that you can’t switch your Mirage, but you can equip new weapons and skills.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE Encore Honest Review

Combat is turn-based and centers around two major factors. First off is weakness and resistance. You are always aiming to hit the opponent’s weakness while making sure you are resistant, or at least not weak, to the enemy. When you hit the enemy’s weakness, it triggers a Succession Attack. This is when your allies jump in a join the strike. At first, this is one or two hits. As you progress, benched characters and NPCs can join in on the Succession. Using the Succession Attacks successfully is the true key to victory in combat.

Aside from all this Mirage business, most of your allies are also trying to become better entertainers. While you are the leader in combat, you play more of a backup role to your friends on their journey to stardom. Actors, singers, and idols might sound silly, but the side missions unlock new skills and outfits for your comrades. It caught me off guard the first time Touma switched his outfit mid-fight and rammed the enemies for crit damage and triggered a Succession. Once I figured out they could use their new skills in combat, I would go out of my way to complete their side quests. One problem I had is that you can only have one side quest one at a time. If you don’t finish the sidequest and you switch, you have to restart the original one from scratch.

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Meet the Phantom Thieves in New Persona 5 Royal Trailer


The infamous Phantom Thieves make their return in Atlus’ Persona 5 Royal – learn more with the latest trailer for the game.

Yielding to no one, the Phantom Thieves consist of Joker, Morgana, Ann, Yusuke, Ryuji, Makoto, Haru, Futaba, Akechi, and newcomer Kasumi Yoshizawa.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Persona 5 Royal | Meet the Phantom Thieves Trailer

An expanded version of 2017’s JRPG Persona 5, Persona 5 Royal brings with it new music, a new Palace, a playable third semester, additional social elements and plot points, and PlayStation 4 Pro support.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 on March 31, 2020. The Launch Edition for the game includes the game in a limited edition SteelBook case, along with a dynamic theme download.

Source: Press Release
Meet the Phantom Thieves in New Persona 5 Royal Trailer

The infamous Phantom Thieves make their return in Atlus’ Persona 5 Royal – learn more with the latest trailer for the game

Rivals of Aether Definitive Edition Coming Summer 2020

A platform fighter created by veterans of the genre, the definitive edition of Dan Fornace’s Rivals of Aether will come out this summer

QLOC Providing Support for Cyberpunk 2077

QLOC announced on Twitter that they are providing support for both the testing and development of Cyberpunk 2077

Dragalia Lost Getting Monster Hunter Event

The world of Nintendo and CyGames’ Dragalia Lost will meet the world of Monster Hunter with an upcoming event coming to the mobile title

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Rivals of Aether Definitive Edition Coming Summer 2020


A platform fighter created by veterans of the genre, the definitive edition of Dan Fornace’s Rivals of Aether will come out this summer.

This release brings will have all stages, characters, and modes unlocked from the get-go. Fighters include Zetterburn, Orcane, Wrastor, Kragg, Forsburn, Maypul, Absa, Etalus, Ranno, Clairen, Sylvanos, Elliana, Ori & Sein, and Shovel Knight.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Rivals of Aether – Definitive Edition Teaser

Much like Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. series, the ultimate goal in Rivals of Aether is to knock opponents out of a two-dimensional arena. In addition to more traditional fighting game-like moves, players can also take advantage of elemental-based attacks and passive abilities, which adds to the meta.

The game will come out for the Nintendo Switch and Steam.

Source: YouTube
Meet the Phantom Thieves in New Persona 5 Royal Trailer

The infamous Phantom Thieves make their return in Atlus’ Persona 5 Royal – learn more with the latest trailer for the game

Rivals of Aether Definitive Edition Coming Summer 2020

A platform fighter created by veterans of the genre, the definitive edition of Dan Fornace’s Rivals of Aether will come out this summer

QLOC Providing Support for Cyberpunk 2077

QLOC announced on Twitter that they are providing support for both the testing and development of Cyberpunk 2077

Dragalia Lost Getting Monster Hunter Event

The world of Nintendo and CyGames’ Dragalia Lost will meet the world of Monster Hunter with an upcoming event coming to the mobile title

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Journey to the Savage Planet Review

Journey to the Savage Planet promises brave adventurers a vibrantly colorful alien world filled with mystery, promise, and intrigue. Either alone or alongside a friend, you explore this vast alien world in the hopes of finding new and valuable resources, making contact with alien life and eventually, returning home.

The game is available to play entirely solo or alongside a friend in co-op. I did dabble in the single player experience, but for the vast majority of my time with the game, I played alongside another editor.

Journey To The Savage Planet Review

You take on the role of a faceless space hero that is an employee of the Kindred Aerospace company, which appears to boast about its ability to throw explorers into deep space with no means of getting back to Earth. You’re tasked with finding alien materials, repairing and refueling your ship to return home, and gauging the planets potential for human colonization.

Unfortunately, that’s about the breadth of the narrative. The introduction of the game comes in the form of a live-action cutscene, where Kindred CEO Martin Tweed humorously introduces you to the Pioneer Program and Kindred’s goal to explore uncharted space. These sequences do provide a brief window into its overarching story, but they are brief and far between, with the majority of the additional flavor locked behind collectibles and other difficult to find objects. Utilizing exploration as a method of discovering more of the world building can be a great tool, masterfully proven in Remedy’s Control, but not when it represents the vast majority of the narrative.

Journey To The Savage Planet Review

Journey to the Savage Planet takes a basic route throughout much of its journey to deliver a worthwhile gaming experience, never fully committing to a single aspect of its creative direction. The combat, the exploration, and the crafting all feel like the bottom layer of a sponge cake, failing to deliver any serious depth or variety.

For almost the entirety of the game, you’ll find yourself scanning objects, creatures, and alien structures. Usually for little more than completing basic objectives, but sometimes they are required. Journey to the Savage Planet’s exploration is much more linear than it appears, consistently funneling players down a certain path. As you continue through the game, your progress is constantly blocked, with very specific technologies and upgrades required to progress further. While this is somewhat rewarding initially, acting as a great introduction to the various exploration mechanics such as a grappling hook and jetpack, it quickly becomes stale and repetitive when it’s the sole method of unlocking all vital technology.

Journey To The Savage Planet Review

Even with the full arsenal of exploration tech at your disposal, it’s seldom worth taking the time to return to past areas and search for previously inaccessible locations. The physical rewards are lackluster, offering only materials or increases to health and stamina, often making complex platforming sections more frustrating due to the lack of a satisfying conclusion. Thankfully, however, not all is lost, as the environment itself is constantly impressed and many of the creatures often promote a “eww” or “what in the hell” response – even if said creatures are reskinned within moments of the first encounter.

Combat is rarely a focal point of the game’s creative direction, but when it …

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How To Grapple In Journey To The Savage Planet

How To Grapple In Journey To The Savage Planet
Navigating difficult terrain is vital to progression. This guide on How To Grapple In Journey To The Savage Planet explains how to unlock one of the earliest and more important forms of travel, the ability to grapple pods to reach higher levels of terrain.

The majority of the progress in Journey to the Savage Planet is locked behind quests and tasks. Once you unlock a specific quest, the game does a pretty good job of walking you through the required objectives needed to meet your goal. Unlocking the ability to grapple is one such quest.

How To Grapple In Journey To The Savage Planet

As you explore the initial areas you will eventually come across shining pods in obvious grapple locations. However, at first, you are unable to interact with these platforms. You need to scan it first using your visor scanner. Press Up on the d-pad to activate the scanner and then press R1/RB to scan the object. Objects you can scan are shown in a different color to the rest of the terrain.

This will then start the quest “A Higher Calling”. Once you complete this quest you unlock the Proton Tether, a futuristic take on the grapple hook. Follow the objective marker and it will lead you to a jump you cannot make, which starts the Jump! Jump! quest. Follow that to the Glimmering Cave of Wonder. At the end of the cave you will get the required material to construct the upgrade. Upgrade your thrusters and then continue with the A Higher Calling quest.

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QLOC Providing Support for Cyberpunk 2077


QLOC announced on Twitter that they are providing support for both the testing and development of Cyberpunk 2077.

QLOC specializes in porting, remastering, localization, co-dev, and quality assurance. Based out of Warsaw, Poland, previous projects of theirs include Dark Souls: Remastered, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered, and the Nintendo Switch port of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen.

You can find the Tweet below, which features a positive sentiment from the community:

Created by the same studio behind The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Cyberpunk 2077 transports players to the open world metropolis of Night City, which consists of six distinct regions. For those wishing to show mercy, non-lethal options for both cyberware and weapons will be available.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia on September 17, 2020.

Source: Twitter
QLOC Providing Support for Cyberpunk 2077

QLOC announced on Twitter that they are providing support for both the testing and development of Cyberpunk 2077

Dragalia Lost Getting Monster Hunter Event

The world of Nintendo and CyGames’ Dragalia Lost will meet the world of Monster Hunter with an upcoming event coming to the mobile title

Nioh 2 Gets Story Trailer

Learn more about the story that awaits players in Team Ninja’s Nioh 2 with the latest trailer for the game

Nagasaki Outlaw Now in GTA Online

Get behind the wheel of the rugged Nagasaki Outlaw this week in Rockstar Games’ GTA Online

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Dragalia Lost Getting Monster Hunter Event


The world of Nintendo and CyGames’ Dragalia Lost will meet the world of Monster Hunter with an upcoming event coming to the mobile title.

Dubbed “Primal Crisis,” players will be able to add Rathalos to their team during this event and shapeshift. With just the blazons collected by participating in this specific event, players can form a special pact with Rathalos and can later unbind him with more Blazons. Event-specific rewards will also be available during this time.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Dragalia Lost – Monster Hunter Event

Dragalia Lost takes place in Alberia, which is a kingdom inhabited by dragons. All royal members of this area possess the Dragon Transformation Ability, which lets them wield the power of a dragon.

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Dragalia Lost Getting Monster Hunter Event

The world of Nintendo and CyGames’ Dragalia Lost will meet the world of Monster Hunter with an upcoming event coming to the mobile title

Nioh 2 Gets Story Trailer

Learn more about the story that awaits players in Team Ninja’s Nioh 2 with the latest trailer for the game

Nagasaki Outlaw Now in GTA Online

Get behind the wheel of the rugged Nagasaki Outlaw this week in Rockstar Games’ GTA Online

Ninja Theory’s Project: Mara Announced

Described as an “experimental title that explores new ways of storytelling,” Ninja Theory announced that Project: Mara is now in development

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Nioh 2 Gets Story Trailer


Learn more about the story that awaits players in Team Ninja’s Nioh 2 with the latest trailer for the game.

Nioh 2 will whisk players away to 1555 Sengoku-era feudal Japan, which has been gripped in the madness and misery of endless warfare. Players will fill in the shoes of a mute rogue that lives as both a hired mercenary and a renowned Yokai hunter. With the ability to take on a supernatural Yokai form, players must do everything they can to survive this era.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Nioh 2 – Story Trailer | PS4

Nioh 2 will have players utilizing a number of different weapons like the kusarigama and odachi, and also learning new skills along the way. Players will also be able to summon up to two avatars of other players at “Benevolent Graves.”

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 on March 13, 2020.

Source: YouTube
Nioh 2 Gets Story Trailer

Learn more about the story that awaits players in Team Ninja’s Nioh 2 with the latest trailer for the game

Nagasaki Outlaw Now in GTA Online

Get behind the wheel of the rugged Nagasaki Outlaw this week in Rockstar Games’ GTA Online

Ninja Theory’s Project: Mara Announced

Described as an “experimental title that explores new ways of storytelling,” Ninja Theory announced that Project: Mara is now in development

Trials of Mana Trailer Puts Spotlight on Hawkeye and Riesz

Get acquainted with the Heroes Hawkeye and Riesz with the latest trailer for Square-Enix’s Trials of Mana

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Nagasaki Outlaw Now in GTA Online


Get behind the wheel of the rugged Nagasaki Outlaw this week in Rockstar Games’ GTA Online.

For those looking to get this off roader for themselves, you can pick it up at Southern San Andreas Super Autos.

For those looking for Double GTA$ and RP, be sure to check out Overtime Rumble this week.

Make sure to pay a visit to the Diamond Casino and Resort this week to take a spin of its Lucky Wheel – the top prize is a customized Progen Emerus supercar that has been wrapped in the Hexagon Blue livery.

For those looking to save a bundle, be sure to take advantage of the following discounts this week:

PROPERTIES & ITEMS:

  • Master Penthouse – 25% off
  • Penthouse Upgrades – 25% off
  • Penthouse Decorations – 25% off
  • Mobile Operations Center – 40% off

VEHICLES:

  • TM-02 Khanjali – 40% off
  • HVY Apocalypse Scarab – 40% off
  • HVY Future Shock Scarab – 40% off
  • HVY Nightmare Scarab – 40% off
  • HVY Chernobog – 40% off
  • B-11 Strikeforce – 40% off
  • P-996 Lazer – 40% off
  • Mammoth Hydra – 40% off
  • BF Ramp Buggy – 40% off

AMMU-NATION:

  • All Weapons at Ammu-Nation – 40% off
  • Mk II Weapon Upgrades – 40% off

Finally, those that have linked their Twitch Prime and Rockstar Games Social Club accounts can get themselves the Pixel Pete’s Arcade property in Paleto Bay for free via rebate within 72 hours of purchase. These players will also be able to get 60% off all Arena variants of the Bravado Sasquatch, 50% off the RC Bandito, and an extra 10% off all of the previously listed discounts this week.

Source: Press Release
Nioh 2 Gets Story Trailer

Learn more about the story that awaits players in Team Ninja’s Nioh 2 with the latest trailer for the game

Nagasaki Outlaw Now in GTA Online

Get behind the wheel of the rugged Nagasaki Outlaw this week in Rockstar Games’ GTA Online

Ninja Theory’s Project: Mara Announced

Described as an “experimental title that explores new ways of storytelling,” Ninja Theory announced that Project: Mara is now in development

Trials of Mana Trailer Puts Spotlight on Hawkeye and Riesz

Get acquainted with the Heroes Hawkeye and Riesz with the latest trailer for Square-Enix’s Trials of Mana

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Where To Find The Missing Kids In Temtem

Where To Find The Missing Kids In Temtem
During your run through Temtem you will encounter a quest to find some missing kids. Check out this guide to find out where to find the missing kids in Temtem. This will be another quest that you can check off your list.

Where To Find The Yusuf And Roger In Temtem

In Brical De Mar you can get a quest from a teacher to find the students Yusuf and Roger. In order to find them, you will need to get the surfboard. We have a guide on how to get the surfboard here. When you have the surfboard, return to Brical De Mar and go to the west side of the city. Use your surfboard to cross the water and continue west. Past the detective house, you can see a couple of kids on the beach hanging out. Talk to them, and they will ask you not to tell their teacher on them. It is up to you if you want to tell on them or not. I told the teacher they were skipping class and got a decoy, which lets you escape a battle.

Check back soon for more Temtem guides.

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