It’s time to get the candles out because, with the release of the Overwatch Anniversary 2018 patch notes, it’s official: Overwatch is two! With it comes a whole host of changes. Some needed – nerfs, buffs, and so on – and some nifty: I’m looking at you, those oh-so-sweet legendary skins. Here’s a full rundown of what’s changed going into the Overwatch Anniversary 2018. Overwatch Anniversary 2018 Patch Notes: What Has Changed in the New Patch? Now live on all formats – PS4, Xbox One and PC – with a 1GB download size, there are some considerable changes made to Overwatch. Here are some of the highlights: a new FFA Competitive map (Petra), 60 new Anniversary Items, as well as the return of past seasonal items in Anniversary loot boxes. Overwatch Anniversary 2018 Patch Notes: What Legendary Skins Are Available? There are even a set of Legendary Skins to get excited about. Numbering eight in total, they as follows: Stealth Bastion, … [Read more...] about Overwatch Anniversary 2018 Patch Notes: What Has Changed in the New Patch?
You may have noticed some new staff popping up on GameRevolution recently, and no, your eyes aren't deceiving you — our lovely site has grown exponentially over the past couple of months, and it's only set to get bigger in the coming weeks. Keep your eyes peeled for a brand new GR staff introduction post in the near future, but for the time being, you can check out everything that we've been playing this week. As always, tell us what YOU have been playing in the comments section below! Jason Faulkner: Finally finished with State of Decay 2. It had a fun state, but it was grating by the end. About to head on vacation so I may finally catch up on a few 3DS games I bought and promptly ignored over the past year. Paul Tamburro: I've been playing Detroit Become Human for review, but it's embargoed until next week so I can't say anything about it otherwise someone will hunt me down and kill me. Probably. Outside of that, I've been playing (and … [Read more...] about What Are You Playing? State of Decay 2, Mario Kart, and More
Hard4Games showcases two new early builds of Star Fox 2! Very unfinished and lacking much of the final content, the builds showcase the unseen development process of this unreleased Super Nintendo title. Build dates: Support the Show ►►https://www.patreon.com/h4ghttps://shop.spreadshirt.com/Hard4Games/ SOCIAL ►►http://www.facebook.com/Hard4GamesEntertainmenthttp://www.twitter.com/hard4gameshttps://www.instagram.com/hard_4_games/ SNES Central Star Fox 2 Article:https://snescentral.com/article.php?id=0077 LuigiBlood’s Twitter:https://twitter.com/LuigiBlood … [Read more...] about STAR FOX 2 – New Prototype Builds / ROMs Released! – H4G Gaiden
Nothing beats a well-tailored story, nothing! This is one of the toughest lessons Bungie had to learn with the first Destiny game. Fortunately, after almost two years and after being very receptive to what the community had to say, the developer managed to fix most of the game’s major flaws. Shaping a game’s world from scratch is not an easy task, not even for a studio with years of prior experience. While not perfect, Destiny 2’s world is a hell of a lot more enjoyable than its predecessor. The series finally introduces the player in its universe, giving you a reason to care about the Guardians and their fate. Everything is at risk in Destiny 2, as the Cabal manages to occupy the last save heaven, forcefully taking the light and yielding the Guardians powerless. With mortality now again on the table, everyone has fled to the new in-game hub called the Farm, running away from the Cabal. The game introduces Dominus Ghaul, an antagonist finally worth mentioning, who not … [Read more...] about Destiny 2 Review
Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is the game you’d get if the bosses from the Soulsborne games had a baby with Mega Man and it aged in reverse like Benjamin Button. If that sounds like a wonky mashup, it is, but based on what I played at PAX West 2017, it’s a mashup that works on multiple levels.First and foremost, the game feels very souls-y, from the tight controls, to the punishing difficulty, to the incredible amount of damage that you take from even the smaller boss attacks. Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption doesn’t hesitate to kill you. The boss that I squared off against insta-killed the dude who got on the demo after I did because he made the mistake of running into the center of the boss arena before the boss jumped down off of the ledge it had been perched on. Blam. Squish. Dead.Even if you manage to avoid getting splatted straight-away, the bosses are challenging, and the difficulty ramps up as you take their health down, and they shift into ever more deadly … [Read more...] about Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption First Look – Boss Souls