Sekiro fan sets out to kill every boss — by throwing money at them

If FromSoftware fandom had a motto, it’d probably be something like “We take the path of most resistance.” The latest example of this noble ideal comes from YouTuber Tyrannicon, who at some point wondered, Hey wait a minute, how much money would it take to kill all the bosses in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice? That’s because (I did not know […]

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Warhammer: Chaosbane leans on an army of miniatures, but remains faithful to them

Not being a Warhammer player, I’m not sure I really understood the fidelity Warhammer: Chaosbane showed to that long-running canon’s bestiary in all of the baddies, bosses and hordes of pests I slaughtered in the sewers underneath Nuln. But Eko Software, the Paris-based developer working on the Diablo-like hack-and-slash, pored over Warhammer’s catalog of goods and arrived at Chaos as […]

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Apex Legends is probably headed to mobile

Apex Legends is already this year’s biggest new battle royale game on PC and consoles, and it looks like Electronic Arts wants to carry that success over to mobile devices. During the company’s fourth quarter earnings call on Tuesday, the publisher mentioned that it is actively working on bringing Apex Legends to mobile platforms as well as the Chinese market. […]

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New Destiny 2 patch nerfs Spectral Blades, fixes Xur

Destiny 2’s final patch before the Season of Opulence is live. Patch 2.2.2. doesn’t add any new content to the game, but it will make playing Destiny 2’s multiplayer a lot more enjoyable. Bungie finally nerfed Spectral Blades, the new Hunter Super from Forsaken. The bug preventing progress in Xur’s Invitation of the Nine questline is also gone. Here is […]

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EA Access subscription service coming to PS4

Electronic Arts is bringing its EA Access subscription service, which offers early access trials to new games and a library of existing games as part of “the Vault,” to PlayStation 4 this July, the publisher announced on Tuesday. EA Access for PS4 will cost $4.99 per month or $29.99 annually, the same price as the existing EA Access service on […]

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Player shops are officially coming to Fallout 76

Fallout 76 is getting a long promised feature in May 7’s Patch Nine: player vending. Players will be able to set up official vending machines in their CAMPs, which work just like any NPC vendor. While player trading has always been in the game since launch, it currently works through an awkward UI that requires both players to stand next […]

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Destiny 2 Xur location and items, May 3-6

If you played Destiny, you may be familiar with Xur, the weekly Exotic item merchant. In Destiny 2, he’s back, and he now appears all over the map. This week, he’s on Io. You can find Xur hanging out in the back of a cave. Bungie/Activision Xur’s inventory this week consists of the following: The Huckleberry, Exotic submachine gun: 29 […]

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New Xbox One Backward Compatibility Games Out Now

Xbox One players have two more games they can now play on their console. Microsoft’s director of programming for Xbox Live, Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, took to Twitter to announce that the Xbox One now supports two more Xbox 360 titles via backward compatibility. Both Team Ninja’s Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge and RedLynx’s Trials Evolution join Xbox One’s forever-growing […]

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Fortnite players are feeding the volcano to make it blow up

Fornite’s latest mystery involves runes that have appeared around the map, each one with its own challenge. The fifth and final rune of the series, which involves the island volcano, seems to be teasing a big change in Fortnite. The first rune was fairly straightforward: All players had to do was pickaxe it until the meter filled up. The second […]

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