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Persona 5 R Revealed

Developer Atlus reveals Persona 5 R as their next project for 2019 but says nothing about a Nintendo Switch version. At The Game Awards 2018 , immediately after the announcement of the Joker of role-playing game Persona 5 being added to crossover fighting game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate , fans coming theorizing that the game may see a Nintendo Switch version release. Then developer/publisher Atlus proceeded registrations for P5R.jp domain to fan the flame until Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai took a trip to their HQ. Right before stepping into 2019, they teased for a new project in works. Persona 5 R Revealed RELATED: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to Add Joker from Persona 5 Just have a look at this recently dropped trailer on YouTube by the company which doesn't tell much other than playing over the mystery of what comes next. RELATED: Joker from Persona 5 Comes to Catherine: Full Body Yup, that's it. Nothing much but a date for next year followi

Fallout 76 Nuka Cola Dark Rum Outrage

Bethesda managed to make Fallout 76 fans mad once again by doing Nuka Cola Dark Rum bottles wrong. If you think for moments that developer/publisher Bethesda Softworks will let the year 2018 go without making any more headlines, you are absolutely wrong! However, this time they had to irk the fans with something other than their game Fallout 76 . If struggling with the overall sales of their latest venture of online action role-playing with the Fallout series wasn't enough, they have now annoyed the fans by doing their Nuka Cola Dark rum bottles completely wrong. Tough break! Fallout 76 Nuka Cola Dark Rum Outrage RELATED: Fallout 76 Out Now Nuka-Cola is a soft drink that exists within the fictional world of the game and the company decided to file a patent for it after partnering up with Silver Screen Bottling Company. Currently it is available in limited amount for the price of $80. The drink inspired by the game eventually came a month late and fans remained ver

Celeste Developers Cancelled Making Skytorn

Developers of Celeste cancelled their new 2D Metroidvania action game Skytorn, years in the making. Noel Berry was the co-developer of 2018 platformer video game Celeste alongside Matt Thorson, which ended up winning in the "Best Independent Game" category at The Game Awards 2018 aside from receiving universal acclaim from critics. He was also working on another Metroidvania game titled Skytorn from five years ago and the development was postponed for the making of the best indie title of last year but Berry always said that he would finish the game in future, until now. Celeste Developers Cancelled Making Skytorn RELATED: Xbox Live Gold Free Games for January 2019 People who knew about the project were very excited for it and the team behind the game invested a lot of time into it but unfortunately, they have come to the decision of not finishing the game anymore. It was mostly because they never figured out what they were making. Even after working on it

Monster Hunter: World X Assassin's Creed Collaboration Event

The latest collaboration of Monster Hunter: World with Assassin's Creed featuring new event quest is live now! As a part of their continual support with Monster Hunter: World , latest release from action role-playing game series Monster Hunter , developer/publisher Capcom arranged a number of collaboration event throughout the year 2018 and fans have enjoyed those crossovers. This year, we saw MHW collide with MMORPG title Final Fantasy XIV and announced for an upcoming event with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2019. What no one ever saw coming out of nowhere is a surprise mix-up with Assassin's Creed franchise. Monster Hunter: World X Assassin's Creed Collaboration Event RELATED: Monster Hunter: World X Witcher 3 Collaboration Event Before we go ahead with spewing details on the event, be sure to check out the official trailer released for the occasion. RELATED: Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Expansion Announced Needless to say that, this is an upd

Streets of Rage 4 Reveals New Screenshots

Developer Lizardcube releases new screenshots of Streets of Rage 4, showcasing Axel Stone and Blaze Fielding. The last game of side-scrolling beat 'em up series Streets of Rage came out more than two decades ago and no one has thought that the franchise would return anytime soon until it did with a bang in August 27, 2018 when Streets of Rage 4 was announced. Although not much of the game is revealed yet, we see the 90's vibe is very much alive in the newest installment. Recently, developer Lizardcube has released a fresh batch of screenshots from the game for fans to look at before they come up with more. Streets of Rage 4 Reveals New Screenshots RELATED: Streets of Rage 4 Announced Right after the announcement for SoR4 was made through the official reveal trailer; long-time fans of the game just lost their minds and started posting some amazing line of fan-arts of protagonists Axel Stone and Blaze Fielding everywhere. The newly revealed images depict how t

Steam Top-Selling & Most Played Games 2018

Valve has revealed the best-seller games and the ones that are played most throughout 2018 on Steam. It is almost end of 2018 and Valve Corporation  has come up with an updated list of their top best-selling and most played PC games with a great number of simultaneous players on their digital distribution platform Steam . Some of the titles that made it to these lists are part of ongoing Steam Winter Sale and you may find some really good games in it for a discounted price. So, without any further delay, let's jump into the topper into yearend list of 2018. Steam Top-Selling & Most Played Games 2018 RELATED: Steam Best-Selling & Most Played Games of 2018 Top selling 100 games are categorized into four different classes like Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze based on their overall earned revenue throughout last twelve months. Some best-sellers from early count are still holding their grounds strong. Games like Warframe , Far Cry 5 , Rainbow Six Siege , Play

PlayStation Plus Free Games For January 2019

PlayStation Plus free games lineup has picked up Steep and Portal Knights for the month of January 2019. Christmas is over and so is 2018. So, nearing the edge of the year, Sony Entertainment came up with new free games lineup that is coming soon in January 2019 for PlayStation Plus subscribers to celebrate the New Year. We previously thought that the October 2018 lineup was bad with Friday the 13th: The Game and Laser League but last month, we changed our minds when we saw PS Plus including games like Soma or Onrush for November 2018, because that just made it worse. PlayStation Plus Free Games For January 2019 Before taking a just jump at the upcoming PS Plus lineup, let's take a moment to look at the clip below showcasing all the titles for January 2019. The first entry on the list is an extreme sports game Steep from developer/publisher Ubisoft that came out in 2016. The premise is set on the Alps and the massive open world environment it featured w

Top 10 Worst Video Games of 2018

While reminiscing about the memory of gaming triumphs of this year, we are also looking back at the top 10 worst video games of 2018. We saw 2018 started with bunch of good games and were hopeful to see some more to join the parade, which they did. However, there will always be some let downs down the line that will either ruin the day for you or leave a bad taste in your mouth for long. This year was no different on that term and we got our fair share of terrible titles that can drive players into frenzy after the developers to get their money back. Looking at their over reception from fans and critics, we came up with a list of top 10 worst video games of 2018. Top 10 Worst Video Games of 2018 Here are the top 10 disaster ride no one asked for in 2018 or turn out to be huge bummer in spite of high expectation. 1. The Quiet Man 1. The Quiet Man (PC, PlayStation 4) Although the game comes from renowned developer/publisher Square Enix , it fails to impress players an

Fallout Classic Collection Free for Fallout 76 Players

Bethesda gives away Fallout Classic Collection to everyone who played Fallout 76 on any platforms this year. Ever since developer/publisher  Bethesda Softworks  has launched their online action role-playing game Fallout 76 , they are in hot waters with fans regarding many concerning issues including a refund debacle and backlash from Power Armor Edition owners. To add insult to the injury, they announced a huge discount on the $59.99 price of the game, causing the game to drop from all sales charts within a week. Too many wrong moves were made and the company decides to give Fallout Classic Collection to players for free. Fallout Classic Collection Free for Fallout 76 Players RELATED: Bethesda to Replace Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition's Nylon Bags Anyone who has played Fallout 76 at any point of this year has undoubtedly faced some annoying bugs and glitches for sure. On top of that none of them has any refunds or whatsoever for the troubles except for a claimed fe

Artifact Adds Card Balance and Leveling

Valve's Dota-based digital card game Artifact has just received its first balancing patch with added features. For long, developer/publisher Valve Corporation has been enjoying the success of their multiplayer online battle arena game DOTA 2 and then came up with a digital collectible card game Artifact based on the mythos of the community-created mod. Debuted earlier on November 28, 2018 for Linux , Mac and PC , the title has been receiving quite an attention from critics and players. The game already got its first balance patch " Build Your Legend Update " for even more intense deck-building fun. Artifact Adds Card Balance and Leveling RELATED: Valve Rumored to Develop VR Headset for Half-Life Prequel Players can now level up accounts with the newly deployed system, which will let them unlock tickets and card packs down the road. Ongoing card balance has a lot of perks for a digital game and realizing that, the company is just trying to embrace the cha

Dragon Quest 11 Coming to Nintendo Switch

One of the best turn-based JRPG title from Square Enix, Dragon Quest 11 will be coming to Nintendo Switch on 2019. The latest release from the long-running turn-based Japanese role-playing game series Dragon Quest by developer/publisher Square Enix was Dragon Quest XI , which came out in Japan for Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 4 on July 2017. September 2018 saw the worldwide release of the game on PC and PS4 , garnering mostly positive feedback from critics and fans alike for design and gameplay. Recently at the Jump Festa event this weekend, a Nintendo Switch is announced for 2019. Dragon Quest 11 Coming to Nintendo Switch RELATED: Breath of the Wild Twitch Streamer Finds Tutorial After 95 Hours of Playthrough Titled Dragon Quest XI S , the game is coming next year on Japan and we have the first teaser trailer for it below. RELATED: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to Add Joker from Persona 5 In its original release for Japan, the title didn't include any voi

Darksiders 3 Adds Classic Combat Mode

Darksiders 3 is nothing like the previous games of the franchise in terms of combat and all it need is just a new patch. Not only Darksiders III came as the latest sequel of the hack and slash action-adventure game series Darksiders after long departure, it returned with a little improvement to the combat system that is truly inspired from to refresh things. Although fans and players in usual has considered the game on a positive note, not everyone was too pleased with the newly revamped combat style and developer Gunfire Games took that to account by releasing a new patch to bring back the classic gameplay. Darksiders 3 Adds Classic Combat Mode RELATED: Darksiders 3 Concept Art According to the patch notes, a brand-new combat mode "Classic" has been added along with the pre-existing "Default" and players are allowed to choose between these two different modes in gameplay options whenever they want. Just like the past games from the series, Fury c

Xbox Live Gold Free Games for January 2019

January 2019 will bring free games like Celeste and Far Cry 2 to all Xbox Live Gold subscribers. In the entirety of 2018, Microsoft Studios did their best to treat the Xbox community who subscribed to their paid subscription service Xbox Live Gold with loads of good games from recent years to decade old titles and overall, they did a fine job. A few days ahead of 2019, they now announces lineup of free games for next month and as usual, two of them are on Xbox One while the other two is made available on current consoles from Xbox 360 through backward compatibility. Xbox Live Gold Free Games for January 2019 RELATED: Xbox Game Pass Adds Mortal Kombat X and More We could take a look at Games with Gold lineup for Xbox One on January 2019 before diving deep into more details. RELATED: Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Expansion Announced Celeste The indie single-player platformer title that has astounded everyone by winning at The Game Awards 2018 on Best Indep

Breath of the Wild Twitch Streamer Finds Tutorial After 95 Hours of Playthrough

Twitch Streamer negaoryx finds combat tutorial after doing blind playthrough of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for nearly 95 hours. Have you ever been grinding a new game that you have recently encountered and after many days or hours of labor you find some system or weapon that can totally changes how you make progress in the game? Surely, some of you can relate. Almost the same has happened with Twitch streamer negaoryx who had been playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and then at one point came across a tutorial for combat after spending more than 95 hours. Breath of the Wild Streamer Found Tutorial After 95 Hours RELATED: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to Add Joker from Persona 5 Below is the stream where you can find how she came across an in-game guide following hours of playtime that had tips on fighting. You can directly skip to 3:08:40 . RELATED: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Mod Adds Bowsette In her more than three days and a half w