A foot in both camps If Night in the Woods was actually a visual novel and featured a bunch of human teens instead of twenty-something anthropomorphic animals, it would have probably looked a bit like Camp W. It’s a story about finding your place in society, making friends and solving spooky goings-on at the titular summer camp, where nothing is as it seems. It takes a while to get going, and has a very smug talking squirrel companion who’s constantly rolling his eyes at you, but at its heart, Camp W is an endearing, feel-good tale of a shy, awkward child striking out on their own on their first trip away from home. There are also hints of Sabrina: The Teenage Witch here (the 90s Nickelodeon show, I might add, not the gritty new Netflix remake). Your character – Liliandra or Lysander, depending on which gender you pick – is a witch. You’re from Coventry, which is the best pun on a witch’s coven I’ve seen. You’ve stumbled into a … [Read more...] about Have You Played… Camp W?
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Now, this is a sentence I never thought I’d have to type: One of the biggest twists in Avengers: Endgame has potentially been spoiled by the cutest, most-huggable Thanos teddy bear. No, I’m not making this up. I absolutely wish I was but, trust me, it’s not April 1. Of course, possible spoilers are below but, come on, you can’t say no to the Cute Titan now, can you? Look at his face!So, if you head on over to the Build-A-Bear website, you’ll come across this exclusive Thanos bear (H/T r/MarvelStudiosSpoilers), complete with adorable little Infinity Gauntlet mitten. Wiping out half the universe has never been so darned adorable, let me tell you. But it’s the teddy’s voice clips that might stop you in your tracks more than anything.There are five main quotes, which range from the menacingly generic (“I don’t care for your petty politics”) to the possible spoilerrific: “I had all the power in my grasp” and “How … [Read more...] about A Thanos teddy bear might have ruined Avengers: Endgame for everyone because, sure, why not?
Ubisoft is leaning in hard on April Fools’ Day gags this year in both historical melee-action game For Honor and tactical shooter Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. A new event available for 24 hours in For Honor brings Rabbids to the otherwise deadly serious action game. Players will be able to fight against and fight alongside Raving Rabbids, who are decked out in the armor of knights, samurai, and vikings, but armed with plungers and toilet brushes. For Honor’s Rabbids-themed mini-event began at midnight ET on April 1 and will end at the same time on April 2. Players who take part in the April Fools’ Day event will receive a melee pack as a reward. Rainbow Six Siege is running with its joke for a full week. Dubbed Rainbow Is Magic, the event will send players on a rescue mission to save a teddy bear from its captors on a reimagined version of the Plane map. As you can see from the Rainbow Is Magic trailer, Rainbow Six Siege has been slathered in pink and My … [Read more...] about Ubisoft adds Rabbids to For Honor, unicorns and teddy bears to Rainbow Six Siege
The third instalment in the cult series, Metro Exodus, is the most ambitious and open title from 4A Games yet, with dense, explorable environments and tonnes of hidden items. For all its strengths though, Exodus can be unclear at times, so here’s a round-up of the most common questions we’ve seen, including: how find Nastya’s Teddy, free the railcar, and find the gas can – and more. I’ve tried to keep things vague enough, and as chronological as possible, but beware of mild spoilers in the headers of these sections. Teddy Bear and Guitar locations Again in the Volga area, among the rubble of ruined society you’ll find a few remnants that you can bring back as gifts for your crew. If you leave your train from the east rather than towards the south and walk along next to the river, you’ll eventually find a electrical tower that’s been taken over by bandits. Take out the bandits and at the top of the tower, which you can climb using the … [Read more...] about Metro Exodus FAQs – Railcar, Teddy Bear, Guitar, Gas Can puzzle, Duke
Despite sharing a similar premise, Fortnite: Battle Royale differs from PUBG in a number of ways, such as with its building mechanics. But at first blush, the most noticeable difference is Fortnite's cartoonish art style. That less serious vibe extends to other areas of the game, whether it's with the item that allows you to conceal yourself as a friendly little bush or the Boogie Bomb grenade that forces affected enemies to dance. This is also embraced with the game's cosmetics, and one added in Fortnite's new update is especially silly.As in PUBG, players start out the match in a flying vehicle (in this case, a bus) that passes over the island. When you're ready, you jump out and eventually deploy a parachute to ensure a safe landing. There are various glider options to unlock, and the latest is Bear Force One. This is essentially a giant inflatable Valentine's Day-style teddy bear (standing atop of set of wings) that functions as your glider.Just like other such replacements, this … [Read more...] about New Fortnite Update Adds Giant Teddy Bear Parachute, Because Why Not