Pre-order The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners Tourist EditionThe $50 Tourist edition comes with the game and an assortment of digital pre-order bonuses. In addition to "The Sheriff" revolver, you also get "The National" knife, "The Judge" bat, in-game crafting recipes, and "Bustomization" New Orleans voodoo dolls. On top of that, you also get some additional bonuses, such as podcasts, the trailer song, and the full game soundtrack. PlayStation VR pre-orders also get a dynamic theme, though that version isn't currently available for pre-order. … [Read more...] about Get Your The Walking Dead: Saints And Sinners Pre-Order: VR Breakdown, All Editions, And Release Dates
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Kingdom Hearts 3 released this past January to critical acclaim. The game earned a great 8/10 in our Kingdom Hearts 3 review, with GameSpot's Tamoor Hussain praising the exciting combat and wonderful Disney worlds and characters. Unsurprisingly, Kingdom Hearts 3's story created more questions than answers. The overarching tale of Keyblade Wars and the collision of worlds and various timelines was every bit as confusing as you'd expect with a Kingdom Hearts game. … [Read more...] about Kingdom Hearts 3 Re:Mind DLC Pre-Order Guide: All Editions, Concert Video, And Release Date
— BANDAI NAMCO EU (@BandaiNamcoEU) January 21, 2020 It’s unclear right now exactly how this time travel mechanic will work when it comes to revisiting past arcs. The bosses you faced during those storylines will presumably be alive again since you’re traveling back in time, though whether or not the player maintains their present-day level and all of the abilities they’ve unlocked and upgraded remains to be seen. These earlier fights seem like they’d be pretty easy if that were the case, though there’s always the chance that enemies in the past will scale to players’ levels. … [Read more...] about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Update Will Let Players Return to Past Arcs and Quests
2. Her hair was originally short (and far more practical) One of the essential ingredients for Lara is her long braid which swings from side to side as she leaps between stone pillars, solves puzzles, and fills bad guys full of lead. Eagle-eyed fans will have noticed that she didn’t have a braid in the original Tomb Raider. Being released in 1996 might have meant that the Spice Girls and Tupac were at their height, but there was a limited number of polygons that could be displayed at one time, meaning the braid had to go. The trademark hairstyle made its in-game debut in Tomb Raider II, where Lara went from 250 polygons to 450. … [Read more...] about 10 cool facts you never knew about the Tomb Raider games
Still, despite the franchise's love for the medium, South Park has yet to set the video game industry on fire despite multiple attempts. Sure, South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play was decent, the upcoming Tenorman's Revenge looks interesting, and South Park Rally...uh...happened, but the series doesn't have much of a track record when it comes to games of this size and scope. Moreover, while Obsidian is generally considered an RPG powerhouse, its glitchy history with excellent-but-technically-flawed games like Fallout: New Vegas (and it's mediocre history with crappy-but-potentially-good games like Alpha Protocol) have us worried. After all, it's all fun and games until Cartman gets stuck in a mountain, or Kyle's head starts spinning uncontrollably. Actually, those might be features, not glitches... … [Read more...] about Obsidian and THQ releasing… a South Park RPG?