Xinyan whips out her guitar, dealing Pyro damage and forming a shield made out of screaming fans. The shield’s absorption is more effective as Xinyan’s defence increases and as she hits more enemies. The maximum boost for hitting enemies is three, which will increase her Pyro damage too. The shield is 250 percent effective against Pyro, and leaves Xinyan infused with Pyro as it ends. … [Read more...] about The best builds for Xinyan in Genshin Impact
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The gameplay trailer, which was posted and quickly taken down by developer Atlus, reveals that the musou action title will launch on February 23. Atlus acknowledged the leak on its Twitter account and website, promising more information would be released on December 8. The publisher said "all will be revealed" that day. … [Read more...] about Persona 5 Strikers Lands In The West Next February, Reveal Coming Soon
Kicinski went on to say that CD Projekt Red is purposefully keeping quiet on the multiplayer game right now, and that is likely to keep the focus on building hype for Cyberpunk 2077's single-player game. Kicinski said people can expect news about Cyberpunk 2077's multiplayer game to come during Q1 of 2021. … [Read more...] about Cyberpunk 2077’s Multiplayer Is More Than Just A Mode
From our forumSarafan: I had a Steam voucher, so grabbed a game basically for free. It was Dark Souls 3 with all DLCs. The only DS game I haven't played for some reason. I also bought Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones on GOG - an interesting RPG with a unique atmosphere. Both games are waiting for their turn. Probably I won't start neither of them before Cyberpunk 2077 is released. I want to fully focus on CD Projekt Red's new game, so it's pointless to begin playing something bigger few days before the release date. … [Read more...] about What did you buy in 2020’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales?
Given the labour of love the game represents, it's a pity that there are still gremlins lurking in the engine. For the most part, distant objects fade in gently without jarring, but there are also a shocking number of occasions where textures jump into view at near-distance, even altering the geometry of a building. Tested on a number of PCs, the effect still blemishes the world, even with all settings reduced. It's not an outright failure by any means, but it feels like a greater oversight than it really is due simply to the sheer splendour on display. … [Read more...] about The Lord of the Rings Online • Page 2