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Friday, August 10, 2018

We Happy Few Secret Ending!

Survival horror title We Happy Few offers players a secret ending without forcing him to go through all the troubles.

Psychedelic horror game with action-adventure elements, We Happy Few from Compulsion Games and Gearbox Publishing is finally out for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Although the game is slightly undermined after release despite much anticipation that was build around by player following its reveal, the game has a vivid interactive world and an engaging story. Recently, a shortcut is found to end the game very quickly without facing the twist and turn of events to reach conclusion.

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We Happy Few Secret Ending!

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To get the secret ending, you will start with Arthur Hastings' story after the game begins and he will be running his Redactor device to check and remove reference sources of tragedies regarding mind-altering campaigns of Wellington Wells. He will come across an article that refers to a tragic past regarding his younger brother Percy. This presents a quick turn of events to players with a choice to take a hallucinogenic drug known as "Joy" to remove his sadness or try to think freely.

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Sally Boyle

To go ahead and see what challenges the world of WHF has in store for you; most players would refrain from taking the pill. On the contrary, if Arthur ends up taking the Joy pill, he will go back to his happy life without ever meeting other playable characters Sally and Ollie to dig deep about the dark secrets the city hides from everyone. In recent memory, similar hidden ending was found in Ubisoft's action-adventure FPS title Far Cry 5, where you could see the game end in 10 minutes.

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Finish We Happy Few in 2 Minutes!

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Ollie Starkey

If the idea of playing though the entire plot in a British dystopia of 60's doesn't seem that appealing to you at all then you can always take the low road and get away. Of course, any gamer under normal circumstances would generally want to go through the entire story of the game once they get their hands on it but for some unknown reason, Compulsion Games decided to let people take a quick exit. So, anyone is looking for a quick way out to end credits, you know now how to get there.

RELATED: We Happy Few is Delayed Again

Adding this secret ending was a fine nod to display how an indulged populace has become a social norm these days and how taking less aggressive actions can sometime get you out of situations. We Happy Few entered Steam's Early Access program after a successful Kickstarter crowd funding campaign and upon being delayed back in January, they even offered a refund. Finally, things were sorted out when Microsoft Studios acquired the studio and helped them launch the game on 10 August 2018.

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

We Happy Few Introduces Ollie Starkey

Compulsion Games introduces We Happy Few’s final playable character Ollie Starkey.

Developer Compulsion Games along with publisher Gearbox Publishing and Microsoft Studios will take you to a tour of alternate reality 60's English town Wellington Wells in We Happy Few to assume different roles of an enlightened citizen, who is trying to escape the surroundings of drug-induced inhabitants after discovering deep dark secrets of it no one tells you about. Today, we are here with the final playable character of the game, Ollie Starkey as it is only days away from being released.

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We Happy Few Introduces Ollie Starkey

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Arthur Hastings

Just like Arthur and Sally, Ollie had an awakening about the fact that the retro-futuristic city they live in has some terrible dark past and a hallucinogenic drug known as "Joy" is doing that. Being a mad Scotsman and ex-soldier, he is not liked by everyone around him and he hates television celebrity Uncle Jack but he has an invisible friend though. Despite pitted against all odds, he did keep his Scottish heritage intact and even managed to survive in the Garden District nearing old train station.

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On their take on Ollie's character, art director Whitney Clayton wanted to go for someone who is a tough nut to crack. While he is still wearing his old military jacket and old army boots, he is more than a soldier who notices the anomaly of his society. Although he may not remember all of his past in entirety, he finds purpose in life upon discovering secrets of the Victory Memorial Camp. Like the other two playable figures, Ollie Starkey has his unique perks and abilities that will help him uncover the truth.

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More Than A Soldier

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Sally Boyle

The journey of the game begin with a Kickstarter campaign and then to Early Access on Steam, where it faced some delay that led the developers into removing the game entirely from Valve's digital distribution platform and offer refunds. Thankfully, everything is back on track again after the indie studio was acquired by Microsoft Studios and now scheduled to release on 10 August 2018, for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

We Happy Few Introduces Sally Boyle

Compulsion Games introduces mysterious playable character Sally Boyle from We Happy Few.

Away from only little longer than a week, psychedelic horror game We Happy Few from Compulsion Games, Gearbox Publishing and Microsoft Studios is scheduled to launch on 10 August, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox One X. The developer and publishers have already unveiled first playable character Arthur Hastings from the game, who is an everyday common man. Now, another mysterious character of Sally Boyle is about to join the roster of players this week.

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We Happy Few Introduces Sally Boyle

RELATED: We Happy Few Introduces Arthur Hastings

One of the few people that see through the dark history of the city of Wellington Wells is Sally Boyle and she is in a race against time to run away from her terrible neighbors. While the artificially-enthused society around her constantly wants her to indulge in a hallucinogenic drug known as "Joy", she is looking for a way out of this forced madness upon them. For her grooviest fashion sense, Sally is deemed as a wonderful girl in this alternative reality, retro-futuristic city of 1960's England.

RELATED: We Happy Few is Delayed Again

Aside from being a chemist who assists one of the doctors in creating Joy, she is very dazzling and witty. During her character design process, art director Whitney Clayton wanted her to be both a clever chemist and an iconic social figure that everyone knows. However, her glamorous and smart outlook is just a front to hide her secret past that can get her killed if it ever comes out. Her unique appearance and stance is heavily inspired by 60's fashion models like Twiggy and Edie Sedgwick.

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Sally Boyle Can Escape Detection

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Already met Arthur Hastings and Sally Boyle, two aware citizens of Wellington Wells, the introduction of Ollie Starkey is due up next. We Happy Few initially started from a Kickstarter campaign by developer studio Compulsion Games. Then Gearbox Publishing took charge of publishing the game and it entered Early Access on Steam. The game was pulled out from Valve's distribution platform because of delay and now Microsoft Studios has acquired the developers.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

No Man’s Sky NEXT Update Live Now

Creator Sean Murray gives up details on how multiplayer works in No Man’s Sky NEXT Update.

With their action-adventure survival game No Man’s Sky, developer/publisher Hello Games have learnt how not to promote your game before release and still trying to make it up to fans, who are still hopeful about the title. Co-founder Sean Murray of the developer studio promised to make available the most-anticipated multiplayer mode in "NEXT" update on July 24 and it is finally live now! Also, the game is making debut on Xbox One consoles today through the free patch.

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No Man’s Sky NEXT Update Live Now

RELATED: No Man’s Sky NEXT Update Release Date

We already talked about some of the key-features of this free update last week but you are still welcome to take a look at the trailer for NEXT update and we recommend that you take a look at Patch Notes they released.




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Undoubtedly, NEXT is so far the biggest update ever to hit the game and we are about to talk about what are the studio adding to it. Multiplayer aspect is very much co-op focused where you can gather your band, build base, go on missions, race against each other and share your resources, which is basically helping your neighbor out. You don't have to start again to explore all that, if you have a save file where you have already spent long hours, you are good to go from your existing play.

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Players can still choose to play single player and get into a PvP fight when come across other random strangers, which isn't much weird as the game already have pirates and sentinels to antagonize you. In this particular case, they are real people. Four different difficulty settings: normal, survival, permadeath and creative to create interesting in-game moments. Aside from multiplayer features, Hello Games has plan for content drops, new rewards and free weekly missions.

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The studio has improved AI for sentinels and whereas you could run away from an encounter, you may get chased by a herd of them now. Your very lonely experience in this infinite universe has suddenly become exciting and entire gameplay experience is changed with some reinvention. Since there are no loot boxes or micro-transactions, players can use in-game currency earned by taking part in community events and get some cool gears, helmets or emotes for them.

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Hello Games team took a whole year to develop biggest changes in NEXT update and releasing on two year anniversary of No Man’s Sky. If you are deciding to jump in, PC version of the game is now available to download at GameStop for only $29.99, instead of a regular price of $59.99. PlayStation store offers a copy on PlayStation 4 for only $29.99, which has all the major updates; Foundation, Pathfinder, Atlas Rises and NEXT included in it. An Xbox One version however, will cost you $49.99.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

No Man’s Sky NEXT Update Release Date

No Man’s Sky from developer Hello Games receives a massive free update that adds full multiplayer support and other improvements.

Co-founder of developer studio Hello Games, Sean Murray has announced back in May 2018 that action-adventure survival game No Man’s Sky is finally getting the long-awaited multiplayer mode through "NEXT" update, which arrives on July 24. This one is free and is coming to all available platforms where you can play the game. Aside from multiplayer, a number of much requested features are added as well to make exploring the universe a lot more fun together.

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No Man’s Sky NEXT Update Release Date

RELATED: No Man's Sky Getting Multiplayer

Considering everyone is pretty exciting to experience all these aspects they were promised before the game launched, developers decided to drop some details on it before the update launches. A brand-new trailer showcasing available features of "NEXT" update and how they would play out in-game is right below for you to check out.




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Now, you can either band together with your group of friends or just tag along with random travelers for some true multiplayer experience. Helping someone to stay alive or sacrifice them for your own survival is entirely your own choice. All players can share small shelters or colonies that you have built in joint effort. Whether you wander around as a pirate or a wingman is up to you and personalizing your appearance through character customization lets you add more personal touch to it.

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True Multiplayer Experience

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A massive makeover on visual makes everything looks more beautiful and planetary rings now look better than they ever did. Clouds, ground and water textures are so improved that the surrounding environment looks more alive. Also, players are allowed to play from a first or third-person perspective regardless of being on-foot or in ship. Also, you can build as many bases as you want to own more than a few on anywhere of any planet. Various new base parts are added while size limits are expanded.

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Commanding ability to assemble and upgrade frigate fleets for commanding over from bridge for effective functions is introduced. Players can send them exploring out the ever-evolving universe around them or take their assist during a voyage they are on. Freighter base building has been improved and offers chance to have a custom capital ship of your own. Your friends can now take part in multiplayer missions alongside you from Galactic Commission Station of your bridge.

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Dramatic Visual Overhaul

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Originally, No Man’s Sky was released in August 2016, available to play on PC and PlayStation 4 and then came to Xbox One along with an enhanced version for Xbox One X. Everyone who owns the game will be able to get their hands on this free update as it releases. On the game's one year anniversary, the studio released their third major update "The Atlas Rises" and we are only weeks away from having the fourth one. This space exploration adventure was already way broad than any other game in the beginning and after four free updates for enhancement, it has become much broader.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

NieR: Automata Become as Gods Edition for Xbox One

NieR: Automata Become as Gods Edition is available on Microsoft Store to bring glory to your Xbox One console.

Although it was never a PlayStation 4-exclusive as it was released alongside PC, players who owned an Xbox One were left behind for a year from enjoying PlatinumGames' action role-playing game NieR: Automata. However, it has finally come to Microsoft Store to deliver salvation to those eagerly awaiting fans. Now, they too can join the fight to deliver freedom for humanity from a thousand year of exile on moon while the ruthless race of machines took over earth.

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NieR: Automata Become as Gods Edition for Xbox One

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The game arrives at Microsoft consoles titled as "NieR:Automata Become as Gods Edition" and the launch trailer below showcases some of the game-playing experiences from it.




Before the announcement was even made at E3 2018 press conference, the news was leaked from website of publisher Square Enix. On Xbox One X, the game will run on 4K graphics and seeing how amazing it looks, players are going to love it. The combined sales unit of the game has already passed 3 million on PC and PS4 in one year. Considering how long Xbox users had to wait for it, another selling landmark is just ahead of them.

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Your Side Quest Awaits

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Your first mission as an android from YoRHa units will be on earth and since the game does not have an auto-save option, you will be wise to save your game progress whenever you can. There are considerable amount of side quests but you shouldn't worry too much about them as you can still pick them up to finish at a later time. For suport in combat, find Pods in Desert Zone as well as Flooded City and upgrade them. These features will come in handy when you are playing the game on Xbox One for the first time.

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Bring Glory to Mankind

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Lots of plug-in chips are there to help you heal using health items routinely, collecting item on the go, EXP boost and even increasing the amount of item drop by enemies. You can purchase NieR: Automata Become as Gods Edition from Microsoft Store now for only $49.99. It will get you the base-game, a few cosmetic skins for your assisting Pods and 3C3C1D119440927 DLC. For beginners, there is an "Auto Mode" to automatically attack or evade incoming hits from your enemy.

Friday, June 1, 2018

Xbox Game Pass Adds Classic Star Wars Games

The Force is Strong with Xbox Game Pass this June as some Xbox and Xbox 360 titles got you covered.

If you have played Star Wars Battlefront II and watched Star Wars: The Last Jedi from last year but still yearning for more Star Wars, then you may need a dose of some classic titles and Xbox Game Pass has just the thing for you. From June 1, you are going to be treated with four fan-favorite games to celebrate one year anniversary of Microsoft's online-based gaming subscription service. If you do not own a membership, you can just start over by trying out a 14-day Free Trial right away!

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Xbox Game Pass Adds Classic Star Wars Games

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For a $9.99 only per month, you can subscribe for the service and enjoy a vast number of games from many genres from a single library of collection.

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic on Xbox Game Pass

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Players assume the role of a Jedi from three different character classes in this iconic role-playing game from developer BioWare. KTOR tasks you to save Galactic Empire from the threat of Darth Revan's former trainee Darth Malak. Not only saving the Jedi Order is up to you but your actions heavily affect in-game plot to progress in this turn-based epic release. Aided by two companions at your side, you unlock mastery over skills or Force powers as you level-up playing the game.

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed on Xbox Game Pass

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
When Emperor Palpatine sends his apprentice Darth Vader after Jedi Kento Marek on Kashyyyk following the events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith, he took the Force-sensitive child of his fallen opponent Galen Marek to be his own pupil. Taking an alias of "Starkiller", you go after all remaining Jedi on behalf of your master and then someday killing The Emperor to rule the galaxy alongside your mentor. This one is your ticket to become a bad-ass villain the universe will tremble against.

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II on Xbox Game Pass

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
Starkiller is back again but he is not exactly who you think and it sounds quite confusing of course. He escapes from Kamino looking for his love interest Juno Eclipse after a vision of his former master Darth Vader starts haunting him. To save her, you will have to outrace galaxy's best bounty hunter Boba Fett from finding her first. You can either choose the path of righteousness and play for the Light Side or just let the Dark Side consume you as you destroy everything that stands in your path.

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Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Xbox Game Pass

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Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
You enter the game to explore all six episodes from Star Wars saga and collect Gold Bricks as you do. It's you chance to re-live the entire franchise but presented in a less serious tone like any other release from Lego. Keep your search for those bricks from The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi and you may end up finding all of them while having some fun doing it throughout 36 different levels. This action-adventure title is designed to entertain you and any young members from your family.

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We are not saying that you have to be pleased with only a few classic Star Wars games with Xbox Games Pass. In fact, you can get a lot more because they recently added newer releases like Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, MotoGP 17, The Technomancer and Wasteland 2: Director's Cut as well. Their catalogue of game collection already has more than over 150 titles already and is only expanding. Some of those backwards compatible games now features support 4K support and are Xbox One X enhanced.

Friday, May 18, 2018

No Man's Sky Getting Multiplayer

No Man’s Sky’s big multiplayer update is finally launches in July to to race, build and dogfight with friends.

One of the main features co-founder of developer studio Hello Games, Sean Murray had announced about their action-adventure survival game No Man’s Sky was multiplayer during pre-launch of the game. However, that was missing upon release and became one of the major causes for a huge backlash from fans. They sure have to keep themselves from making that sort of marketing missteps and in effort to improve the game; they are bringing true multiplayer experience.

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No Man's Sky Getting Multiplayer

You probably know by now that, Hello Games will be bringing the next big update for their 2016's release this summer and it will be released for Xbox One as well. Titled “NEXT”, this update will drop on July 24 with a full-fledged multiplayer mode that may finally bring an end to an era after awaiting two years in hope and feeling betrayed. Looks like the studio is finally up for earning some redemption by delivering what they promised for this space exploration adventure.



Initially failing to provide a lot that they actually had in stores, the game forced UK’s Advertising Standards Authority to investigate on Hello Games and its small team of approximately twelve employees. It was really surprising that even after allying up with a publisher like Sony, they would even try to do that. However, they are occasionally releasing a series of free updates to provide those features that weren't there during release and make amends for all those misleading promises.

Although partial features of multiplayer was already implemented through their third major update “The Atlas Rises”, which was released on the game's one year anniversary, the new announcement by Murray suggests that everything is going to change and more players will be taking part when the real deal comes to play. So, the excitement and fun of base building, surviving and racing together is no longer a far-fetched dream in No Man’s Sky then? Only time will tell.

We have an interview of Sean Murray coming to Inside Xbox web series to announce Multiplayer and the anticipated release date for “NEXT” update.




No Man’s Sky is already available to play on PC and PlayStation 4 and now finally coming to Xbox One along with an enhanced version for Xbox One X. Finally all 18 quintillion planets of the game are coming together very soon and some of the players are still quite skeptical but can you really blame them? We only hope that upcoming fourth major expansion really delivers what they promised and players finally get what they have been waiting for.