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Amnesia: Rebirth Coming This Fall


Take a descent into darkness when Frictional Games’ Amnesia: Rebirth launches this fall for the PlayStation 4 and PC.

Set in the Algerian desert, the story follows the new character Tasi Trianon and her journey through despair and devastation, personal terror and pain. A first person narrative horror experience, players will explore the environment, solve puzzles, manage both physical and mental resources, and encounter horrific creatures.

Learn more with the announcement trailer below:

Amnesia: Rebirth – Announcement trailer

You can find the Steam page here. Fans can also learn of the latest updates from the studio with their official Twitter feed here.

Source: YouTube
Amnesia: Rebirth Coming This Fall

Take a descent into darkness when Frictional Games’ Amnesia: Rebirth launches this fall for the PlayStation 4 and PC

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Drift86 Review

For those fatigued by SEGA’s Initial D line of racers, RewindApp’s Drift86 provides a new take on the series that previously swept arcades by storm. The sharp turns, cheesy Eurobeat, and famed 86 are all present and accounted for, but can it keep up with that infamous tofu delivery boy?

Drift86 Review

If one couldn’t glean it from the title, the main objective in Drift86 is to drift. Transporting players to a world of shipping docs, racetracks, mountain highways, and snowy towns, players must hit those corners with drifts that would make Takumi proud. The longer players hold the drift, the more points they accumulate. In addition, a multiplier system ensures that players will amass a big score when all is said and done.

Gamers are no stranger to this drifting-based gameplay – everything from Mario Kart to Gran Turismo have a system like that in place. However, for such a core element, Drift86’s drifting mechanics miss the mark. Exaggerated skids are perfectly fine in the world of games – the Ridge Racer series has been a pioneer in the space since the 90s. As a result, the slightest turn feels like bargaining with a petulant child that just won’t listen. We tried using an Xbox One controller to help with finesse, but even this control scheme did not alleviate this core problem.

However, what is present here is borderline unplayable – the slight turn can cause players to fishtail if they’re not careful. Carelessly careening into a shipping container or barrier quickly becomes frustrating when players lose control. It is easy to have your car end up on its side or upside down, with the only solution being to hit the conveniently placed reset button at the top of the screen. The fact that something like this was even implemented in the first place shows how big of a problem this actually is.

To help alleviate this burden, a number of non-licensed cars that vary based on power, control, and mass can be chosen. The “EG86,” “Eva X,” “SurpX,” and “BMG v93” aren’t fooling anybody, but their similarities to the real deal are still appreciated nonetheless. Note that any car that does not have “control” maxed out is a poor choice – getting behind the wheel of “Muscle Car 1969” makes the game far harder than it has any right to be.

Unfortunately, track layouts do not help things either. Though there are four different camera angles to choose from and players can take things slow, there are a number of gotchas that can ruin any run. Falling into a pool of water or hitting a dead-end made out of shipping containers is a frustrating experience, and other areas are just open spaces that can serve as infinite drifting zones. It feels like a lack of effort went into each of their designs, and the handful of peppy Eurobeat songs fail to mask the poor layout of each one.

Outside of the single player mode, there is also a multiplayer mode that is currently in beta. Players can create rooms and chat with others, but we were unable to find any racers to try this out with. Though the functionality is welcome, we are unable to see how the …

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How To Increase Bag Space In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

How To Increase Bag Space In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX
Bag space is very limited in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX and you aren’t told how to increase it. Check out this guide to find out how to increase bag space in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX. This way you can bring more items with your on your adventures.

How To Increase Bag Space In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

In order to increase your bag space in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX, you will have to take on side jobs. As you progress, you will start to get EXP for your team to rank up. The first rank is pretty quick, 500 EXP I think, and doesn’t give you any more space. The second upgrade take a little longer but your space goes from 32 to 40 and will go higher still as you rank up more and more. Be sure to stack jobs in the same dungeon and blast through them all at once to get extra points quickly. It might seem like it takes forever, but it’ll come quick if you stack five jobs a time. I haven’t reach Silver rank or anything like that yet, but I have to assume you will get another bag upgrade around then as well.

Check back soon for more Pokemon Mystery Dungeon DX Guides.

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How To Equip Items In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

How To Equip Items In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX
Equipping items to your Pokemon in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX can be confusing. Check out this guide to find out how to equip items in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX. With this your Pokemon will become stronger.

How To Equip Items In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

In order to equip items to a Pokemon you will need an item to equip first. Scarfs and Glasses are what you will find early on to equip to your Pokemon. You cannot change what they have equipped while in town. When you are in a dungeon, select the item you want to equip and give it to your Pokemon. This will make it so they have that item on and the effects will come into play. They can only have one item equipped at once so be sure to select the one you want. Something to prevent confuse is a good idea early on, my Cubone used Earthquake and killed my whole team while I was confused. You can get extra items by doing side rescue jobs or by exploring dungeons.

Check back soon for more Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX guides.

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How To Recruit More Pokemon In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

How To Recruit More Pokemon In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX
Recruiting Pokemon in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX is a little trick. Check out this guide to find out how to recruit more Pokemon in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX. This way you won’t miss any of the Pokemon you want.

How To Recruit More Pokemon In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

In order to recruit more Pokemon, you must progress to the point of rescuing Magnemite in the story. After this part is done, the Magnemite will join your team and a new store will open up in the Pokemon Square. The Wigglytuff Camp store is needed to recruit certain Pokemon. Speak with Wigglytuff and unlock a few camps, but save some cash just in case. I recommend bringing a Wigglytuff orb with you from now on, so you can buy a new camp if you need. From there just enter any dungeon and start beating down Pokemon. As you beat them up, they will eventually want to join your cause. They can only join you IF you have a camp they can stay at. It will tell you which camp they need. If you don’t have it when you leave the dungeon, that Pokemon leaves and you get some cash. That’s why I say bring a Wigglytuff orb so you can buy a camp in a dungeon if you need. You can also recruit new members through story missions and occasionally they’ll join you after you complete a job for them.

There is a Rare Quality called Squad Up that helps you recruit more Pokemon as well. I got it on my main Pokemon after using a couple Rainbow Gummis. Check back soon for more Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX guides.

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The Division 2: Warlords of New York Review

A year after the launch of The Division 2, its expansion Warlords of New York has arrived. Is the journey to New York worth your time, or should you spend your money elsewhere? Check out our review to find out.

The Division 2: Warlords of New York Review

Warlords of New York takes place after the events of The Division 2, with the rouge agent Aaron Keener causing chaos in Manhattan. He and his four lackeys are attempting to unleash a virus similar to the Green Poison, the main reason why the world is in such a sad state of disarray. Working with your fellow agents, players must track down these rogue agents and take them out, one by one. Overall the story of this expansion will run you between 10-12 hours, depending on how much damage you do.

The main story reason for killing these other rogues agents is to pinpoint Keener. Gameplay-wise, however, they award you with new skills that you can use in combat. A sticky bomb, fire sticky bomb, electric trap, and a decoy are all brought to the table. The sticky bombs do precisely what they sound like: stick to a target then go off. The decoy is similar to a hologram of yourself, popping up and targeting bad guys. The electric trap stuns enemies, leaving them open to attack. These are all fun to try, but the base skills seemed better overall.

Combat plays out just like it does in the base game. When you get into a fight, you find cover and fight from there. The crux of the game is doing this, and boy, is it exhausting. Enemies have way too much HP and often times take upwards of 25 bullets to bring down. Headshots do extra damage, but there’s no point if you need 10 of them to bring down your foe. Even base enemies now have an extra HP bar, making this even worse. For reference, I was doing roughly around 100k towards the end, and when I leveled up, I would get 20k for myself. Basically, the enemies are re-rocking millions of HP, while I’m not even at 300k. I don’t need to be a god, but I want it to be a level playing field.

The Division 2 Warlords Of New York Honest Review

When I finally hit level 40 and crafted my high-level weapons, enemies would go down quicker, but that grind to 40 was absurd. Red enemies drop in about ten shots, which is to be expected in a game like this. The enemy AI tactics are still the same from the base game as well. Shield guys and flamethrower guys rush, others stay behind cover until you are close, and drones attack from the sky to try and root you out of your cover. If none of that works, they spawn behind you through a door or manhole and flank you that way. It is a cover shooter where the game actively wants you to move out of your cover, and punishes you if you don’t.

Let’s talk about the bosses real quick. I often speak about the cardinal sins of boss fights in games, and Warlords of New York amazingly manages to check off every last one of those sins. Bosses going invincible …

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Ghost of Tsushima Gets New Story Trailer


Join Jin Sakai on his adventure for the freedom of Tsushima with the latest trailer for Sony Interactive Entertainment and Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima.

The trailer, which can be seen below, shows how the protagonist Jin Sakai (voiced by Daisuke Tsuji) sacrifices everything to take down the ruthless Mongol invaders. He wishes to protect the remains of his people and home, and to do so, he must set aside his samurai traditions and embrace his life as a new kind of warrior.

Ghost of Tsushima – Story Trailer | PS4

Ghost of Tsushima is an open world game set in 1274 Japan. Players must take down the ruthless Khotun Khan of the Mongol Empire, and can engage in direct confrontation and perform one-versus-one dueling.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 on June 26, 2020.

Source: YouTube
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Ghost of Tsushima Gets New Story Trailer


Join Jin Sakai on his adventure for the freedom of Tsushima with the latest trailer for Sony Interactive Entertainment and Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima.

The trailer, which can be seen below, shows how the protagonist Jin Sakai (voiced by Daisuke Tsuji) sacrifices everything to take down the ruthless Mongol invaders. He wishes to protect the remains of his people and home, and to do so, he must set aside his samurai traditions and embrace his life as a new kind of warrior.

Ghost of Tsushima – Story Trailer | PS4

Ghost of Tsushima is an open world game set in 1274 Japan. Players must take down the ruthless Khotun Khan of the Mongol Empire, and can engage in direct confrontation and perform one-versus-one dueling.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 on June 26, 2020.

Source: YouTube
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Trials of Mana Gets New Gameplay Trailer


Explore the enchanting fantasy world of Square-Enix’s Trials of Mana with the latest gameplay trailer for the game.

Originally released as Seiken Densetsu 3 for the Super Famicom in 1995, Trials of Mana has players choosing a party of three from six characters, upgrading classes to more power forms, learning more 300 different abilities, and more. Updates to this release include real-time combat, 3D graphics, and updated gameplay

Learn more with the trailer below:

Trials of Mana Gameplay Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC on April 24, 2020. All those that pre-purchase the title by May 21, 2020 for consoles can get themselves a Rabite Adornment DLC, which allows players to net more EXP after battles up to level 10.

Source: Press Release
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DOOM Eternal Gets Behind the Scenes Soundtrack Video


Learn more about how the pulse-pounding soundtrack of id Software and Bethesda Softworks’ DOOM Eternal came to be with the latest behind the scenes video for the game.

Composer Mick Gordon will make his return to the DOOM franchise, and he brings with him the DOOM Eternal Heavy Metal Choir. All sharing a love for all things DOOM, this group features Sven De Caluwe (Aborted), Tony Campos (Ministry; Static X), Linzey Rae (The Anchor), and others. These different artists have come together to sing an ancient and mysterious language that dates back to the Slayer’s origins.

Hear this music in action with the video below:

DOOM Eternal – Soundtrack Behind the Scenes

For those looking for more action, DOOM Eternal Creative Director Hugo Martin stated that there will be twice as many demon types compared to the 2016 original. Returning enemies include the Pain Elemental, Arachnotron, and Archvile, and new ones like the Marauder and Doom Hunter will also make their debut.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 20, 2020. The Nintendo Switch version will release at a later date.

Source: Press Release
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