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How To Get Quicksilver In No Man’s Sky

How To Get Quicksilver In No Man's Sky
With the new NMS update lots of people are asking where to find Quicksilver. In this guide on How To Get Quicksilver In No Man’s Sky we’ll tell you exactly what you need to do in order to farm some Quicksilver so you can get enough to purchase the Void Egg for the Living Ships Update.

No Man’s Sky is one of those games that consistently puts out great updates. This is awesome for regular players but for those of us that stray from the course after a few days, coming back can be a confusing process. We’ve simplified the process in a list below but if you’re struggling, read on further for additional instructions.

  • Head into Space and board the Anomaly
  • Speak with the Nexus
  • Select the Red quest and complete it

How To Get Quicksilver In No Man’s Sky

Quicksilver is not a new currency in No Man’s Sky. You have been able to get it before but if you haven’t done so already, you will need to farm quite a lot in order to have enough for the Void Egg. So, this is exactly what you have to do.

Go into space on any of your ships and press Down on the D-Pad. This is where you can summon your Freighter and do other actions on your ship. You want to select “Summon Anomaly”. This summons the special Space Anomaly that is the social hub that was introduced in a previous update for No Man’s Sky.

Board the Anomaly with your ship. Once you land, look for the floating robot at the very center of the platform where you arrive. This is the Nexus. Speak with the Nexus and you are given some multiplayer quest option. You want to choose the top one, usually highlighted in red, and you will see Quicksilver as one of the rewards.

Complete the quest, either alone or with other players, to get the Quicksilver as a reward. And that’s How To Get Quicksilver In No Man’s Sky.

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Persona 5 Royal Gets Phantom Thief Crash Course


Unacquainted with the Phantom Thieves of Atlus’ Persona 5 Royal? No need to worry – Morgana is more than happy to provide a crash course.

In the latest video for the title (which was “liberated” from Atlus HQ), Morgana is joined by Kasumi as they go over what Persona 5 Royal is all about. Highlights include what a persona is, how the Phantom Thieves change the world, the Metaverse (and the treasure that awaits in each palace), Confidants, the new character Jose, Mementos, the doctor Maruki, the new parts of the city, and more.

Persona 5 Royal – Morgana’s Phantom Thief Crash Course

Persona 5 Royal is an enhanced version of 2017’s JRPG Persona 5 (you can read our review here). Additions include new music, a playable third semester, a new Palace, additional plot and social elements, and PlayStation 4 Pro support.

The game will arrive stateside for the PlayStation 4 on March 31, 2020.

Source: Press Release
Persona 5 Royal Gets Phantom Thief Crash Course

Unacquainted with the Phantom Thieves of Atlus’ Persona 5 Royal? No need to worry – Morgana is more than happy to provide a crash course

Two Point Hospital for Consoles Gets Tips Trailer

Discover some key tips for the console version of Two Point Studios and SEGA Europe’s Two Point Hospital with the latest video for the game

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Two Point Hospital for Consoles Gets Tips Trailer


Discover some key tips for the console version of Two Point Studios and SEGA Europe’s Two Point Hospital with the latest video for the game.

The video, which can be seen below, features Two Point Studios’ Community Manager Mark “Steggs” Steggall and Brand Director Craig Laycock as they share five different tips to achieve hospital management greatness.

For those that cannot tune in, tips include building toilets, hiring janitors to maintain your machines, care for your plants, be respectful to patients, and don’t kill people.

Two Point Hospital | 5 Tips for Console

The console release of Two Point Hospital will pay host to a completely rebuilt UI, along with a control scheme better suited for those playing with a controller or Joy-Con setup. The expansion packs Bigfoot and Pebberly Island will also be included. All those who are curious as to what to expect can read our review of the PC version here.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on February 25, 2020.

Source: Press Release
Persona 5 Royal Gets Phantom Thief Crash Course

Unacquainted with the Phantom Thieves of Atlus’ Persona 5 Royal? No need to worry – Morgana is more than happy to provide a crash course

Two Point Hospital for Consoles Gets Tips Trailer

Discover some key tips for the console version of Two Point Studios and SEGA Europe’s Two Point Hospital with the latest video for the game

My Hero One’s Justice 2 Gets New Story Trailer

Players will be able to experience the anime world of the My Hero Academia series with Bandai Namco’s My Hero One’s Justice 2 – see what the title has in store with the story trailer for the game

One Step From Eden Coming March 26

Combining real time action and strategic deck building with roguelike elements, Thomas Moon Kang and Humble Bundle‘s One Step From Eden will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC on March 26, 2020

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My Hero One’s Justice 2 Gets New Story Trailer


Players will be able to experience the anime world of the My Hero Academia series with Bandai Namco’s My Hero One’s Justice 2 – see what the title has in store with the story trailer for the game.

Series staples Seiji Shishikura, Gang Orca, and Camie Utsushimi, along with Full Cowling 100% Izuku and Overhaul Ver. 2 all make an appearance in the latest trailer for the title.

All those hoping to go Plus Ultra can tune in below:

MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE 2 – Story Trailer

My Hero One’s Justice 2 also features its “Play Mode.” In its Mission Mode, players will be able to scout out their favorite characters to their office and take on missions with teams of different villains and heroes. Players will also be able to dive into its Arcade Mode, which features a number of unique battles and special conversations with all characters.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on March 13, 2020.

Source: Press Release
My Hero One’s Justice 2 Gets New Story Trailer

Players will be able to experience the anime world of the My Hero Academia series with Bandai Namco’s My Hero One’s Justice 2 – see what the title has in store with the story trailer for the game

One Step From Eden Coming March 26

Combining real time action and strategic deck building with roguelike elements, Thomas Moon Kang and Humble Bundle‘s One Step From Eden will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC on March 26, 2020

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For all those out on the hunt, a number of Bounty Hunting-themed discounts and bonuses will make their way to Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online this week

Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo Launch Trailer Live

To mark its launch today in North America for the Nintendo Switch, NIS America has released the launch trailer for their shmup collection Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo

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One Step From Eden Coming March 26


Combining real time action and strategic deck building with roguelike elements, Thomas Moon Kang and Humble Bundle‘s One Step From Eden will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC on March 26, 2020.

Inspired by the MegaMan Battle Network series, One Step From Eden saw a successful Kickstarter campaign that had $70,000 pledged from 2,325 backers. Along the way, players will take on evolving enemies, unleash powerful spells on the fly, and collect a number of game-changing artifacts.

The title will feature more than eight unique bosses, a variety of zones, a high skill ceiling, more than 200 spells, and more than 100 game-changing items.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Humble Bundle Presents: One Step from Eden – Release Date Announce

For those looking for a taste of things to come, you can find a free demo here.

Source: YouTube
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One Step From Eden Coming March 26

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Bounty Hunting and Showdown Mode Bonuses Coming to Red Dead Online This Week


For all those out on the hunt, a number of Bounty Hunting-themed discounts and bonuses will make their way to Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online this week.

For all the Bounty Hunters out on the frontier, all Bounty Missions (which includes all ten Legendary Bounties) and Bounty Hunter Free Roam Events will dish out an additional 50% Role XP through February 24.

Gunslingers that take on any Showdown Mode will be able to get for themselves a 50% XP Boost all this week. This week’s featured series is Gun Rush: Teams, which features an ever-shrinking battle area packed with weaponry, horses, and Armor. Players can also net for themselves a 50% XP Boost in all Races this week.

The Wheeler, Rawson & Co. Catalogue will feature the Bounty Hunter variants of the Schofield Revolver and Bolt-Action Rifle, along with 30% off the LeMat Revolver and Repeating Shotgun this week. For those looking to save a bundle, they can take 30% off the Reinforced Lasso.

PlayStation Plus subscribers can get themselves three Moonshiner Mash Refills and three Trader Resupplies, both free of charge, and all Red Dead Online players that have connected their Twitch Prime account to the Rockstar Social Club can nab a free Collector’s Bag and the Polished Copper Moonshine Still Upgrade.

Source: Press Release
My Hero One’s Justice 2 Gets New Story Trailer

Players will be able to experience the anime world of the My Hero Academia series with Bandai Namco’s My Hero One’s Justice 2 – see what the title has in store with the story trailer for the game

One Step From Eden Coming March 26

Combining real time action and strategic deck building with roguelike elements, Thomas Moon Kang and Humble Bundle‘s One Step From Eden will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC on March 26, 2020

Bounty Hunting and Showdown Mode Bonuses Coming to Red Dead Online This Week

For all those out on the hunt, a number of Bounty Hunting-themed discounts and bonuses will make their way to Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online this week

Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo Launch Trailer Live

To mark its launch today in North America for the Nintendo Switch, NIS America has released the launch trailer for their shmup collection Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo

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Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo Launch Trailer Live


To mark its launch today in North America for the Nintendo Switch, NIS America has released the launch trailer for their shmup collection Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo.

The collection will feature six different titles that can be played in either horizontal mode or a vertical “TATE” Mode. Everything has been rendered in high definition in this release, and couch co-op is supported.

Scope out the full list of releases below:

  • Samurai Aces Episode I – The Shogun’s daughter has been kidnapped by an evil cult, and it is up to six unlikely heroes to rescue her before she is sacrificed to resurrect a demon god!
  • Samurai Aces Episode II: TENGAI – The militaristic cult Shinrano has captured the Shogun’s daughter inorder to sacrifice her to their demon god. The only ones that can stop them are a group of misfits that must rise up to become heroes!
  • Samurai Aces Episode III: SENGOKU CANNON – The third installment marks the series’ first venture outside of the arcade, bringing all the classic action and adventure to home consoles for the first time.
  • GUNBIRD – What do a witch girl, a robot, an adventurer with a jetpack, a martial artist, and a monkey warrior have in common? They all seek the pieces of a magic mirror in order to make a wish!
  • GUNBIRD2 – Six quirky warriors face a mighty challenge: claim the legendary potion of a divine god inorder to fulfill their grandest wishes!
  • GUNBARICH – A spin-off title of the “Gunbird” series, the young witch Marion and her anchor-wielding classmate Gurutan star in this charming game of colorful blocks.

You can view the launch trailer below:

Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo – Launch Trailer (Nintendo Switch)

The title will launch on February 21, 2020 in Europe, and February 28, 2020 in Oceania.

Source: Press Release
My Hero One’s Justice 2 Gets New Story Trailer

Players will be able to experience the anime world of the My Hero Academia series with Bandai Namco’s My Hero One’s Justice 2 – see what the title has in store with the story trailer for the game

One Step From Eden Coming March 26

Combining real time action and strategic deck building with roguelike elements, Thomas Moon Kang and Humble Bundle‘s One Step From Eden will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC on March 26, 2020

Bounty Hunting and Showdown Mode Bonuses Coming to Red Dead Online This Week

For all those out on the hunt, a number of Bounty Hunting-themed discounts and bonuses will make their way to Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online this week

Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo Launch Trailer Live

To mark its launch today in North America for the Nintendo Switch, NIS America has released the launch trailer for their shmup collection Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo

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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] Review

The Under Night series has carved out a nice little niche for itself in a short amount of time, with an appearance in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle and even a slot at EVO 2019. Hot on the heels of Exe:Late[st] comes the latest version of Arc System Works, PQube Games, and French Bread’s anime-style fighter: Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r]. Should veterans and newcomers alike enter the Hollow Night, or is this one title not worth the fight?

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] Review

Much like Arc System Works’ other fighters, Late[cl-r] prides itself on its mobility. Most of the fighters in this roster are absolute speed demons, packing the ability to dash, perform aerial assaults, and quickly recover with ukemi moves. Multi-hit maneuvers are the name of the game, with light, medium, and strong attacks easily chained together for combos in the double digits. In true fighter fashion, there are also guard stuns, cancels, throws, and Special Moves through its EXS Gauge system. When two pros get absorbed into its action, Late[cl-r] provides a pure spectacle of flash and awe.

However, just because it hits all the right notes for a fighter doesn’t mean it’s exactly the same as the rest of them. Late[cl-r] features something known as the GRD gauge, which boosts the damage players can inflict depending on how well players can successfully attack and defend while battling. For the especially daring, players can concentrate mid-battle to quickly fill the gauge, but it leaves players completely open. Being in a Vorpal state through the GRD gauge is an absolute must, and players can also take advantage of the Chain Shift mechanic during this time.

This might sound complex and difficult to decipher, but this title is every bit as deep as you want it to be. Its roster has characters from all walks of life: newcomers might want to start out with the swordmaster Hyde, while those who would rather let their fists do the talking can go with Mika. With whip wielders, blade wielders, creature summoners, and more rounding the lot, players can easily find somebody that meets their temperament. Each character has different moves that feature quarter circle movements, charge movements, and rotations, but even fighting game neophytes can wing it with the title’s Smart Steer auto-combo system.

New to Late[cl-r] is the fighter Londrekia, who specializes in ice-based attacks. His moveset includes such abilities as Frozen Spire, Snow Blossom, and Frozen Vine, which can all be chained and can stop opponents in their tracks. However, his Chain Circular attack is arguably his best move, giving him speed while giving him the chance to rush toward his opponent. This character is a worthy addition to the title, and fans will enjoy mastering his different abilities.

The typical suite of options can be found in Late[cl-r], with Arcade, Training, Tutorial, Versus, Score Attack, Time Attack, Survival, and Mission playing out how one would expect. The Network Mode does allow for both Ranked and Player Matches (and features a Network Ranking), but nobody was online as of this review. All modes played net players IP, which can be spent on voices, illustrations, and other assets.

However, those looking to dive deep into the Under Night universe can check out …

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Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Review

A household name in the fighting game community, the World Warriors of Street Fighter are back once again with the release of Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. Is the third time a charm for Capcom’s flagship fighter, or is this the third strike for the series?

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Review

The 2016 release of Street Fighter V was somewhat underdeveloped, with only 16 fighters and a handful of modes at launch. However, these past four years have brought forth a cornucopia of content, with Street Fighter V: Champion Edition packing 40 fighters, 34 stages, and more than 200 costumes.

Those who have been flinging hadoukens since the heydays of Street Fighter II will know the basics here. Mainstays Ryu, Ken, and Chun-Li are joined by characters from the series’ rich history, along with a number of fresh faces. Since its original launch, the addition of newcomers Menat, Abigail, Zeku, G, Lucia, and others have been a breath of fresh air, and the inclusion of Street Fighter IV’s Seth in the Champion Edition is a welcome sight. Some may be thrown for a loop with some of the move alterations done with the existing cast, but it admittedly varies things up.

The charge and quarter-circle moves that put the series on the map make their return in Champion Edition, but Street Fighter V differentiates itself with its V-Skills, V-Triggers, and V-Reversals. Unique to each character, the two different V-Skills each character has provides some variety to each moveset. The choice of two V-Triggers also provides buffs and trump cards when the going gets tough. Finally, the V-Reversal serves as a counter akin to Street Fighter Alpha’s Alpha Counter.

The engine powering Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is a sound one, but the game suffers greatly with its lack of polish and attention-to-detail. Load times run upwards of 10 seconds for a single bout, select screens hang, subtitles don’t match with what characters are saying, select demonstrations are outdated compared to the patched version of the game (the game warns you as much) and background characters suffer from a low framerate (despite us reviewing it on a PlayStation 4 Pro). It makes the whole package feel cheap, and the fact that this title has seen multiple revisions makes this inexcusable.

These faults also extend to its netcode, a cardinal sin when it comes to fighters. We used a wired connection with fast cable Internet, yet battles were borderline unplayable with choppy movements, teleporting characters, and a long time to connect. Though bouts come in Battle Lounge, Casual, and Ranked varieties, those hoping to earn League Points in the case of the latter will be at the mercy of this netcode. Previous Street Fighter entries and even the FightCade system have got this down to a science, so seeing this entry struggle with the fundamentals is unacceptable.

Unfortunately, despite featuring four years of content, there is still additional content that is locked behind paid DLC. Browsing to the stage select has four stages that cannot be played without a trip to the PlayStation Store. At $9.99 a pop, it comes across in poor taste.

There is also the problem of its Sponsored Content, which runs ads before every fight. This …

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Yakuza 5 Remastered Review

Originally released in 2012, Yakuza 5 is the latest title in the Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio franchise to receive the remaster treatment. Boasting improved visuals at 1080p 60fps and selling alongside Yakuza 3 and Yakuza 4, this is one hell of a temptation. Does Yakuza 5 stand the test of time?

Yakuza 5 Remastered Review

Yakuza 5 Remastered Review

Stepping away from the series’ traditional single protagonist direction (although not for the first time), Yakuza 5 instead introduces five unique playable characters as Kiryu’s front and center role is joined by Saejima, Akiyama, Shinada, and Haruka. Each character is playable during certain segments of the game before eventually congregating in Kamurocho, Tokyo – arguably Yakuza’s most iconic setting throughout its history.

I am not particularly fond of games that rely on multiple lead characters to deliver a narrative. I often find each, as a single character, lacks the depth to carry the experience solo, instead relying heavily on equally lackluster characters to push it past the finish line. There are, however, exceptions to this rule, such as the incredible Grand Theft Auto V. As of today, I can add Yakuza 5 to that list.

Series veterans will undoubtedly be familiar with the cast of characters, each featuring heavily throughout the series’ long history. This offers hours of character development for each of the main characters of Yakuza 5, with past experiences and interactions from previous games featuring heavily on influencing the events and social politics of the latest remaster.

Yakuza 5 Remastered Review

Kiryu fights to maintain the honor and integrity of a simple life, fleeing from the Yakuza and taking on the honest work of a taxi driver – using his wages to financially aid the children at the Morning Glory Orphanage and hoping to remain off the grid so he can support Haruka’s dream of becoming an idol. Unfortunately, however, it appears fate’s twisted desires has other plans for Kiryu, as he is once again thrown into a potential Yakuza war after Chairman Dojima of the Tojo Clan goes missing.

This is where Yakuza 5’s experience begins, sampling the life of a simple taxi driver alongside Kiryu and a few new friends he has made along the way. What begins as a simple missing persons incident quickly descends into near infinite layers of secrecy, betrayal, and honor; the usual but impressive ingredients to Yakuza’s overarching story direction. Each character brings a little something different to the table. Each begins in a different city, complete with mini-games, substories and intriguing activities. As you continue through the 50-60 hour campaign, each character’s journey and experience adds an extra slice of character, culminating in one of Yakuza’s greatest tales to date.

Yakuza 5 Remastered Review

Saejima’s story sees him enjoying his final night of freedom before facing two years of incarceration. A vicious assault on a prison, the mysterious death of the warden, a daring snowmobile escape, and a battle with a man-eating bear – just some of the highlights of the Tiger’s adventure as he hunts in the mountains to survive. Haruka, Kiryu’s young daughter, is busy chasing her dreams to become an idol, spending every minute training to finish a competition that will see her dreams fulfilled. Shinada is an ex-pro baseball player turned adult industry journalist struggling for cash who …

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