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Dragon Ball FighterZ: First DLC Characters Revealed

The first two characters to join the Dragon Ball FighterZ roster as DLC are Broly and Bardock.

The announcement was spotted by Ryokutya2089 in the latest issue of V-Jump (via Gematsu). While a release date and price for the fighters have yet to be revealed, information about their Super Special Attacks was provided.

Bardock’s Super Special Attack is called “Revenger Assault” and sees him transform into a Super Saiyan before charging forward into his opponent. Meanwhile, Broly’s Super Special Attack, which consumes three bars of the energy gauge, is called “Gigantic Meteor” and fires a ball of energy.

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Posted on Feb 18, 2018

How to Unlock Street Fighter’s Ryu in Monster Hunter World

This special event quest features a gigantic Barroth and is only around for a limited time.

Posted on Feb 16, 2018

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – How to Master Lockpicking and Pickpocketing

Find out where and how you can learn to pick locks and pockets alike in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.

Posted on Feb 15, 2018

Secret of Mana HD Remaster Review: All The Joy of The Original

You know what this Secret of Mana HD remaster makes me want most? A full Secret of Mana remake. While I love how this remaster has all the heart and joy of the SNES original from 1993, it misses an opportunity to elevate this classic RPG by bringing it up to modern standards in areas like AI, combat balancing, and even graphics. The result is a charming but clumsy 20ish-hour adventure that both frustrates and delights.

Much of this push and pull starts with the new art style, which attempts to convert the original’s sprites into 3D. On the one hand, Mana’s world design is scrumptious eye candy: almost everywhere you go you’re greeted with scenic fields bursting with flora and coated in cheerful, sugary pastels like so much colorful caramel. Wolves trot through clusters of glittering, multihued trees while quaint wooden signs point travelers toward their destination so they don’t get turned around by an endless procession of right angles. Even the imposing palaces guarded by hostile ducks wearing kettle helmets (don’t ask) look inviting when decorated with beautiful stained glass windows. These lovely settings feel like chicken soup for the soul.

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Posted on Feb 14, 2018

7 Things to Not Do in Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Avoid these easy to make mistakes if you want to survive Bohemia in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.

Posted on Feb 13, 2018

Shadow of War: Blade of Galadriel DLC Review – Does it Work Without The Nemesis System?

If you’re looking to put a new spin on a winning formula, you probably don’t want to leave out your secret ingredient. Monolith does deserve credit for trying to make the Blade of Galadriel DLC feel like something other than just more of the same Shadow of War gameplay, but wielding Galadriel’s Light can’t hold a candle to the domination and Nemesis systems it sidelines.

Blade of Galadriel picks up after the third act, with Eltariel recovering Celebrimbor’s ring on the tower at Barad-dur and heading off to fight the remaining Nazgul on behalf of Galadriel. She’s still as bland a character as you’d expect a female elf version of Talion to be, so don’t expect any big twists, turns, or character moments from her. What few interesting moments there are come from brief appearances by Talion, though they serve only to repeat things we’ve already seen in slightly greater detail and, of course, to retread more lines from characters from the movies and books.

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Posted on Feb 12, 2018

How to Defeat Every Beast in Monster Hunter World

There are 31 large monsters to be tracked in Monster Hunter World – here’s how to bring down each one.

Posted on Feb 11, 2018

Monster Hunter World: Every High-Rank Armor Recipe

Here’s what you’ll need to build any and every set of powerful armor in Monster Hunter World.

Posted on Feb 10, 2018

Monster Hunter World: How to Defeat Kirin

Check out how to unlock the Thunderproof Mantle before tackling the doubly difficult event quest, Kirin the Myth.

Posted on Feb 9, 2018

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Launches Early

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition has been released slightly ahead of schedule.

While the game isn’t slated to release until tomorrow, Square Enix’s astoundingly faithful remake in now available for download on the iOS App Store and the Android Google Play Store. The game can be purchased in chapters, the first of which is free.

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Posted on Feb 8, 2018


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