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Quadriplegic Gamer Proves Sekiro Needs No Easy Mode

There are people crying for an easy mode in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and then there is Limitlessquad, who owns it. Games developed by From Software have an inherited trait of being difficult than any other titles out there and their recent action-adventure release Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is no different if not a new staple on that line. Ever since the game has come out on March 22, people who casually play video games couldn't seem to go ahead much further and kept complaining that it is even harder than Dark Souls III but then comes a player with disabilities, who proves them wrong. Quadriplegic Gamer Proves Sekiro Needs No Easy Mode RELATED: Can You Beat First Boss Genichiro Ashina in Sekiro? Outcry of a casual crowd in gaming community for adding an easy mode to Sekiro has been there since the game dropped and reached on a new level where they started claiming that people with disabilities are having a hard time playing it. Then there comes a quadriplegic

Player Beats Sekiro All Bosses, No-Hit

One YouTube gamer horheristo takes down all bosses of Sekiro in NG+2 with an aggressive play and by taking no-hit. With their newest action-adventure release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice , developer From Software has defied every rule they taught players throughout their infamous Souls series but managed to set a new high with a defined gameplay. Although some people are having a hard time getting past first few bosses and desperately begging for an easy mode, many have already beaten the game. Some even found their way with dreaded boss enemies like it is a walk in the park for them. Player Beats Sekiro All Bosses, No-Hit RELATED: Can You Beat First Boss Genichiro Ashina in Sekiro? Other than taking one single blow at the beginning of his journey that is essential for him becoming Sekiro (One-armed Wolf), he takes no other hit gameplay-wise and unleashes barrage of attacks on his unfortunate enemies by adapting an aggressive gameplay style. Horheristo recorded this

Borderlands 3 Announced

With an official developer trailer, Gearbox Software finally announces long-awaited game Borderlands 3 at PAX East. So, developer Gearbox Software has teased a reveal for their next game at PAX East on Twitter earlier and many have guessed that it is going to be none other than long-anticipated action role-playing title Borderlands 3 for all the obvious reasons. Then came a teaser trailer titled "Mask of Mayhem" that gave away existence of upcoming Borderlands game and finally, they ended up officially announcing what everyone was hoping for with a brief look gameplay footage in same old cel-shaded graphics. Borderlands 3 Announced RELATED: Borderlands 2 VR Comes to PlayStation Take a look at the official developer trailer for upcoming Borderlands 3 game by Gearbox and publisher 2K Games . RELATED: Final Fantasy VII Out on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One We noticed many recurring features common to the known franchise where four player ragtag squad o

Judgment Will Still See Western Release

Despite pulling off the game from all marketplaces, Sega will still release Yakuza spin-off Judgment on PS4 over UK and US. Even before Yakuza series spin-off and PlayStation 4 -exclusive action-adventure game Judgment from developer/publisher Sega was pulled from sales for alleged drug scandal of voice actor, Western audience was curious about the title. After voice cast Pierre Taki was arrested for possession of cocaine, the game was removed from every outlet in Japan and people wondered whether or not it is coming to the West but Sega decided not to halt its international release. Judgment Will Still See Western Release RELATED: Judgment Pulled From Sales in Japan When Taki is taken to custody for illegal use of drugs only weeks after official announcement for a long-awaited Western release, both digital and physical copies of the game was removed from all marketplaces almost immediately. This caused a vacuum of sudden demand for any retail copy available for th

PlayStation Plus Free Games for April 2019

PlayStation Plus free games lineup has picked up The Surge and Conan Exiles for the month of April 2019. Keeping up a good enough track-record so far with their free monthly games lineup, PlayStation Plus is giving hope to their monthly subscribers to look up for some decent titles to bring by the end of the month and they haven't messed up just yet. Last month, PS Plus members got their hands on first-person shooter Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and puzzle platformer The Witness . If not matched enough with that, April 2019 is not looking for disappointing you at least. PlayStation Plus Free Games for April 2019 Before jumping into what we are having on our hand for next month, let's take a quick look at the announcement video. This month, suit up for some sci-fi action experience in a hardcore role-playing title The Surge by developer Deck13 Interactive and publisher Focus Home Interactive . It paints a dark future of humanity and offers you

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Story Trailer

Bethesda unleashes Blazkowicz twins Jess and Soph on a Nazi-occupied Paris in new Wolfenstein: Youngblood story trailer. Up until now, we had nothing more but an official teaser trailer from E3 2018 for upcoming first-person shooter game Wolfenstein: Youngblood from developer Machine Games and Arkane Studios in association with publisher Bethesda Softworks of course. Youngblood is officially heading over to Nintendo Switch , PC , PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platform by July 26, 2019 release date and now we have some story details shown in a new trailer that would take us to a grim alternate reality. Wolfenstein: Youngblood Story Trailer RELATED: Xbox Game Pass Adds Wolfenstein: The New Order and More Watch out for a new Nazi threat arising in the newly released story trailer of the game with bits of gameplay footage as well. RELATED: Quake Champions Is Permanently Free-to-Play Players will take on the roles of series protagonist BJ Blazkowicz's twin da

Killing Floor 2: Cyber Revolt Update Live Now

Cyber Revolt has emerged into popular zombie shooter Killing Floor 2 through free seasonal update from developer Tripwire. As a successful sequel to first-person shooter title Killing Floor by developer/publisher Tripwire Interactive , Killing Floor 2 has come a long way after initially launching back in 2014 and keeping players engaged with frequent updates. This year, you can witness a cyberpunk revolution of the undead and can wield some freshly available Horzine tech killer hardware in latest Cyber Revolt seasonal update that is currently live now on PC , PlayStation 4 and Xbox One . Killing Floor 2: Cyber Revolt Update Live Now RELATED: Back 4 Blood Announced Have a look at Cyber Revolt free update in a newly released official trailer showcasing maps, outfits and weapons. RELATED: Resident Evil, Zero & 4 Nintendo Switch Release Date Mercenaries are armed with cyber themed gears and weaponries to slay oncoming horde of Zeds with ruthless efficiency. On

Streets of Rage 4 Gameplay Teaser

New Streets of Rage 4 gameplay teaser trailer shows off reinvention of classic combat system and a modern art style. Officially revealed back in August 2018, upcoming Streets of Rage 4 by developer Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games with DotEmu and Sega  acting as publishers, is aiming to revive the renowned side-scrolling beat 'em up game franchise. A long-awaited sequel to Streets of Rage 3 , the classic franchise has managed to return after a decade of hiatus. Ahead of PAX East 2019 , creators of the game have announced earlier to offer a new look at their gameplay, which is right below. Streets of Rage 4 Gameplay Teaser RELATED: Streets of Rage 4 Announced Take a brief peek at what a piece of art Streets of Rage series has evolved into from its Sega Genesis debut in 1991. RELATED: Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle Announced SOR4 brings back series favorite martial art expert ex-cop Axel Stone and police detective Blaze Fielding to tame down a city ruled by c

Final Fantasy 7 Out On Nintendo Switch and Xbox One

Timeless classic role-playing game Final Fantasy VII from Square Enix comes to Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. Although developer/publisher Square Enix originally intended to release their flagship role-playing title Final Fantasy VII to release on Nintendo 64 back in 1997, they ended up choosing PlayStation console for superior hardware capacity. Obviously, it did not worked very well between them at that point but clearly, both parties were able to ease up their differences in the past 22 years as FFVII has finally landed on Nintendo Switch today along with Xbox One . Final Fantasy VII Out On Nintendo Switch and Xbox One RELATED: Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers Expansion Announced The game was originally being developed as a 3D title during the SNES era but Square Enix had to move to PS platform due to increased storage capacity it offered and some technical boundaries they faced on Nintendo system at that time. Afterwards, these companies have moved on with

Metro Exodus Adds Game Plus Mode

4A Games drops free Ranger Update for Metro Exodus that lets players experience New Game + mode with additional features. Drawing conclusion to a nearly decade-long Metro first-person shooter game trilogy, Metro Exodus by developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver has garnered nothing but praise upon launch back in February for keeping up their standard. Developers have deployed their first major patch for the game titled the "Ranger Update" that would take up to 6GB worth drive space. Depending on whether you are on PC or PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, patch notes will vary a little. Metro Exodus Adds Game Plus Mode RELATED: Metro Exodus Out Now Owners of the game can get their hands on this free update on their respectable platforms today, which introduces a new game plus mode bundled with a bunch of gameplay features, improvements and essential bug fixes for everyone. New Game+ would only unlock when a player completes the whole story once an

PlayStation State of Play March 2019

PlayStation has broadcasted their first-ever State of Play 2019 stream with announcement for every major upcoming PS4 releases. While working on their next PlayStation console, Sony was steadily preparing for something similar to Nintendo Direct online presentation and perhaps that is one of the reasons for them announcing not to attend the E3 2019 convention earlier. They stated that they are exploring new ways to engage to their community and only a few days ago, Sony made a surprise announcement for State of Play live-stream to showcase new reveal, gameplay and trailers for upcoming titles. PlayStation State of Play March 2019 RELATED: Persona 5: The Royal Teaser Covering some of their biggest releases coming to 2019, PlayStation has wrapped up their first State of Play stream and we have it right here for you. RELATED: Final Fantasy XIV Reveals Dancer Job and Hrothgar Race for Shadowbringers Marvel's Iron Man VR | Announced Following their

Doom Eternal, RAGE 2 and Wolfenstein Comes to Steam

Upcoming titles from Bethesda like Doom Eternal, RAGE 2 and Wolfenstein will be heading towards Steam. In a heated war between Epic Games Store and Steam , developer/publisher Bethesda is apparently taking a stand against the former and is siding with the latter as they are about to bring some of their most anticipated titles to Valve 's platform. With a recent emergence of Epic Games ' brand-new digital outlet, many game developers of the video game industry has sided with them by signing timed exclusives, leaving Steam behind with not much support and then, along came Bethesda . Doom Eternal, RAGE 2 and Wolfenstein Comes to Steam RELATED: Doom Eternal Gameplay Reveal In one of their recent Tweet, Bethesda has confirmed to release PC version of some of their upcoming games to Steam . We’re pleased to announce that RAGE 2, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, and DOOM Eternal will be released on Steam as well as . We w

Samurai Shodown 2019 Release Date

Upcoming rebooted Samurai Shodown game is coming to PS4 and Xbox One in June, followed by a Switch and PC release later. Carrying an entire generation worth of reputation in making legendary fighting game series like Art of Fighting , Fatal Fury and King of Fighters , developer SNK is marking their return to the genre with newest installment of Samurai Shodown in 2019. Back in September 2018, there was only a brief teaser where it was titled as Samurai Spirits and there were no official release date or any select platforms. However, those queries are all answered today at PAX East 2019 with another trailer. Samurai Shodown 2019 Release Date RELATED: New Samurai Shodown Game Revealed Witness a rebooted era of Samurai Shodown  sword fighting franchise in a newly unleashed PAX trailer shown below. RELATED: SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy Out Now A weapon-based fighting game series that never shy away from spilling rush of blood from its fighter characters, there

The Elder Scrolls Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Bethesda attempts to celebrate 25 years of The Elder Scrolls by giving away TES: Morrowind and offering much more. One of the video game franchises that specialize in epic fantasy of action role-playing on an open world has to be The Elder Scrolls franchise by developer/publisher Bethesda Softworks and today, it marks an amazing milestone of completing 25 years. This significant journey begins back on March 25, 1994, when action RPG title The Elder Scrolls: Arena debuted for MS-DOS system and spawned a series of sequels that carried its legacy forward to PC platform and then to modern day gaming consoles. The Elder Scrolls Celebrates 25th Anniversary RELATED: PlayStation Now Adds Elder Scrolls Online and Sniper Elite 4 Aside from gaining critical acclamation, games set within fictional pre-medieval styled TES universe have sold 50 million copies worldwide till date while many of them won several "Game of the Year" awards for unique gameplay aesthetic. Obv