Sunday, 2 August 2020

Battletoads Launching August 20


Get ready to morph, leap and smash when Dlala Studios and Rare's Battletoads launches on August 20, 2020.

A title 26 years in the making and originally teased during Microsoft's E3 2018 Xbox briefing, Battletoads stars the three bruisers Zitz, Rash and Pimple. Packing the ability to morph parts of their bodies in battle, they set out to take on the Dark Queen and her allies in this beat-em-up that also features platforming and racing stages.

Couch co-op support for up to three players has been included, and features the ability for players to drop in and out at will. Multiple difficulty settings, along with new vehicle sections and puzzle-solving areas will make their appearance as well.

The aesthetics of Battletoads feature a hand-animated style that captures the exaggerated morph attacks and comic timing of the Battletoads. Fully animated sequences featuring voiceovers and penned by award-winning writers will also be included.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Battletoads: Official Release Date Trailer

The game will come out for the Xbox One, Windows 10, Xbox Game Pass, and Steam. All those interested can pre-install the game on PC and consoles today.

Source: Press Release, Xbox Wire
Battletoads Launching August 20

Get ready to morph, leap and smash when Dlala Studios and Rare's Battletoads launches on August 20, 2020

Survival Series and Arena War Bonuses in GTA Online This Week

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Hyper Scape Launching August 11

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July Marvel's Avengers War Table Now Live

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5 Best Games of August 2020


As gamers wait patiently for the new generation of consoles, there are still a number of current-gen games to check out in the coming months. See what's to come with the 5 best games of August 2020. Oh, and we won't make you click through five pages to look at the entire list.

5 Best Games of August 2020

Kandagawa Jet Girls

Created by the same team behind the Senran Kagura series, XSEED Games' Kandagawa Jet Girls combines the tight cornering and aerial stunts of jet racing with rapid-fire shootouts. In its Story Mode, players will choose from each of the seven two-girl teams and take part in a multi-episode arc made up of 64 lighthearted episodes. Customization options will also be available, including such options as the girls' swimsuits and hairstyles, along with the jet machines' decals, skins, and special effects.

Kandagawa Jet Girls will come out for the PlayStation 4 and PC on August 25, 2020.

Project CARS 3

Described as "your ultimate driver journey," Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco are once again hitting the pavement with their new racer Project CARS 3. Featuring more than 140 global circuits, the title will also pay host to 24-hour cycles, various seasons, and a number of different weather effects. The AI has also been enhanced, and there is support for 12K and best-in-class VR support on the PC.

Project CARS 3 will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 28, 2020.

Wasteland 3

A squad-based RPG from inXile entertainment, Wasteland 3 has players creating a squad of up to six Desert Rangers, with players customizing them with abilities and perks geared to their own playstyle. Taking place in a post-nuclear world, Wasteland 3 will task players with building a new base, training new recruits, finding a snow-worthy vehicle, and fighting through hostile frozen wastes.

Wasteland 3 will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 28, 2020.

PGA Tour 2K21

Golfers the world over will be able to forge their own legend with the upcoming release of HB Studios and 2K Games' PGA Tour 2K21. This entry brings with it an all-new Career Mode that features top pros and real courses on a journey to claim the FedExCup. For those looking for a personal touch, the ability to create and personalize your MyPLAYER with apparel and equipment has been included. Players will also be able to design their ultimate course with thousands of custom options to choose from.

PGA Tour 2K21 will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on August 21, 2020.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition

A remake of the Nintendo GameCube original, Square Enix's Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition has been rebuilt for a new generation. Included in this title are HD graphics, English voiceovers, an updated soundtrack with new recordings and additional tracks, new user interface improvements, and post-game, high difficulty dungeons. Cross-platform online multiplayer has also been included.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition will come out for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and iOS and Android devices on August 27, 2020.

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Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON Review

A celebration of all things Gundam, Bandai Namco's Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON features a wealth of Mobile Suits and a near endless amount of fanservice. Does this two-on-two arcade fighter hit all the right notes, or is it a bigger cash-in than SD Gundam Force?

Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON Review

With multiple revisions behind Maxi Boost ON, neophytes learning the ropes will be thrown for a loop at the sheer depth found here. Battles aren't strictly a ground affair – the average bout has players boosting, flying, and making use of a variety of ranged and melee attacks. As long as one's boost meter still has some juice left, players will be able to hit the skies and speed along.

As a result, this is an incredibly fast game. Whether one is rushing into an opponent, flanking their position, or canceling into another attack, boosting is an absolute necessity. There is a bit of a learning curve, but those who can get used to its breakneck pace and can figure out which button combinations do what will have an absolute blast. When things get heated, Maxi Boost ON offers up a kaleidoscope of lasers, fire, and destruction.

Players won't be going into battle solo though; most bouts are two-on-two affairs that rely on the power of teamwork. Whether one is flying with a CPU wingman or teaming up with a friend in its couch co-op or online, this teamwork is a key element to one's victory. Players can issue commands to others, and different players can lock onto different targets at the press of a button. To add a bit of balance, both teammates share a Resource Gauge between them, so players should be mindful of each other's Resource Points before doing something drastic.

New to Maxi Boost ON is the EX Burst meter. Before hitting the battlefield, one can choose between a Fighting Burst, Extend Burst, or Shooting Burst style. Each has its own perks; Fighting Burst improves close-ranged attacks and breaks enemy guards, Extend Burst allows players to evade any oncoming danger and counter enemy blows, and Shooting Burst allows players to cancel ranged attacks into other ranged attacks.

Though these EX Burst meters can come across as trump cards that provide an unfair advantage, the variety prevents any one player from being too powerful. The shared gauge also comes into play, ensuring that each teammate uses their respective meters at the proper time so it is not wasted. It's a little overpowered for its own good, but it's arguably a welcome addition to the title.

Of course, being a Gundam game, you're only as good as the Mobile Suit you bring into battle. Players certainly won't be starved for choice when it comes to the sheer collection found here. Those that grew up with the series can pick pilots from the original Mobile Suit Gundam anime, the Toonami crowd can stick with units from G Gundam and Gundam Wing, and even the newer fans among us can go with Mobile Suits from Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn. Each Mobile Suit brings something new to the table, and the varied movesets and Resource Point values for each one means that there is an incredible amount of content for fans to explore.

Those looking to immerse themselves into the Gundam universe have plenty of options to choose from in Maxi Boost ON. Those looking to take on the CPU can jump into its arcade-like Branch Battle Mode, which tasks players with choosing their next fight via a grid-based system and charting a path to the final battle. For those looking to take the fight online, Player, Ranked, and Casual Matches are available. Matches take a while to synchronize, but once in battle, bouts are relatively smooth affairs – no small feat when factoring in four players at once. A Free Battle Mode that gives players the chance to practice is also included.

Perhaps its most robust mode is its Maxi Boost Missions. Made up of more than 200 missions, players will take on set battles, eventually culminating in a boss fight. There are a few variables at play – one can shoot for higher ranks, equip Upgrade Data, collect Reward Chips, and take on Break Missions that make each boss weaker, among other things. However, the whole process feels like a grind at times, and it'll no doubt make most players seek out some of its other modes.

To keep players coming back, players can collect GP along the way that unlocks emblems, titles, gauge designs, and other elements. Hundreds of figurines can also be collected along the way in what amounts to a large digital Gunpla collection.

Arcade aficionados and Gundam fans alike will have an absolute blast with Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON. While there is a bit of a learning curve, the sheer speed, depth, and fanservice on display make it a shining example of the fighting game genre.

This review of Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxi Boost ON was done on the PlayStation 4. A digital code was provided by the publisher.
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Fairy Tail Review

Based on the Japanese phenomenon by Hiro Mashima, Fairy Tail is the first venture onto consoles for the franchise, with previous titles only available on handhelds like the PlayStation Portable and the Nintendo DS. The award-winning manga has gone from strength to strength since its debut in 2006, but with bigger JRPGs based on bigger series, is there room for a fairy tale ending?

Fairy Tail Review

The journey begins as Lucy, Laxus, Gray, Wendy, Erza, and Natsu attempt to take down Hades. A former member of Fairy Tail, he turned to the dark arts in the hopes of unlocking Primordial Magic, a magic believed to be founded in darkness. An epic battle ensues before Hades is finally defeated, but the process of releasing the dark magics brings forth the Legendary Black Wizard Zeref, who warns of Achnoligia's presence.

Achnoligia, a fearsome black dragon, attacks the Fairy Tail guild. However, using a gift bestowed upon them by the First Guild Master, they seal themselves with protective spells – making them immune to Achnoligia's attack, but locking then away for seven years. They return to see the Fairy Tail Guild a shadow of its former self, and set out on a journey to once again claim the throne as the world's most powerful guild.

If that sounds a little confusing, don't worry; I felt the same throughout various segments of the game. With very little prior exposure to the source material, I couldn't enjoy a lot of the references made to pre-game events and content. Fairy Tail is constantly introducing new characters who are clearly very involved in the history and narrative of this world. However, with very little effort made to bring the player up to speed, I often felt left out.

That being said, although I struggled with the history between many of the characters, the standalone narrative direction of Fairy Tail is easy to follow. It offers a story that begins as quite lighthearted, eventually becoming the ultimate struggle between good and evil. It ticks a lot of the anime tropes, combining goofy humor with high-octane combat, but nothing felt forced or rushed. The story worked great, and while I wasn't a Fairy Tail fan prior to playing the game, I'm now looking forward to watching the show.

Today's industry continues to move away from turn-based combat, instead opting for flashier visuals, faster-paced action, and more fluidity and control. Even the turn-based classics of yesteryear are focusing on active combat. I will always argue that turn-based combat can rival even the most exciting active-based systems, and Fairy Tail is one such example. Put simply, the combat is excellent.

Fairy Tail Review Combat

Fairy Tail's turn-based combat is a near perfect blend of strategic design with fast-paced animations and explosive combos. Enemies are placed in a 3×3 grid and character abilities can target single grids, multiple grids, squares, lines, and diagonals. If there is more than one enemy standing in front of you, there's a good chance you've got an ability to smash them to pieces. For those times that you don't, most characters can manipulate enemy positions with pull or knock back attacks.

It would not be a JRPG without combat mechanics hidden away within other combat mechanics. However, where some recent games have struggled, Fairy Tail delivers an easily digestible combination of features that are fluid and rewarding without being overwhelming. As characters battle, they build up a gauge that lets them Ascend, often transforming in visual appearance and unlocking new moves. There's also a Fairy gauge that builds as you do damage, allowing you to unleash massively devastating combos using your entire party. It evolves at a steady pace throughout, delivering just enough challenge to make each and every fight feel worthwhile and rewarding.

Outside of combat, you'll spend much of your time building your bonds with your companions. This mechanic represents the relationship between characters, unlocking more powerful options to be used in combat as the relationship grows. Every character has three Character Story side quests that are entirely optional, but offer more depth on their motives and desires – something as a non-fan I really appreciated. There's alternative costumes, rewarding collectibles, and challenging combat scenarios. While it doesn't rewrite the book, it's a fine-tuned Fairy Tail machine.

Fairy Tail is a return to form for the classic turn-based RPG combat of yesteryear. A huge cast of memorable characters, tons of side content, and incredible combat all come together to form one of this year's most impressive JRPGs.

This Fairy Tail review was written based on the PlayStation 4 version of the game. A digital copy was provided.
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Survival Series and Arena War Bonuses in GTA Online This Week


Double Rewards and Triple Arena Points in Arena War can be yours in Rockstar Games' GTA Online this week.

Not only does the Survival Series pay out Double Rewards this week, Arena War will also pay out Double GTA$ and RP. If that's not enough, players can also net themselves triple the Arena Points. If that's not enough, the Apocalypse Variant for any of their Contender Vehicles comes in at a special 50% discount this week.

All those that swing by the Diamond Casino & Resort can try their luck and give the Lucky Wheel a spin. This week's top prize is the Dinka Sugoi.

Players can also take advantage of the following discounts this week:

Arena War:

  • All Apocalypse Vehicle Upgrade Variants (Bruiser, Brutus, Cerberus, Deathbike, Dominator, Impaler, Imperator, Issi, Sasquatch, Scarab, Slamvan, ZR380)– 50% off
  • Arena Workshop – 50% off
  • Arena Workshop Customizations and Add-Ons – 40% off

Vehicles:

  • RC Bandito – 40% off
  • Invade and Persuade RC Tank – 40% off
  • Pegassi Toros – 40% off
  • Schyster Deviant – 40% off
  • Principe Deveste Eight – 35% off

Laser Weapons:

  • Up-n-Atomizer – 35% off
  • Unholy Hellbringer – 35% off
  • Widowmaker – 35% off

All GTA Online players that have linked their Twitch Prime accounts to the Rockstar Games Social Club can get themselves GTA$200K for playing any time this week. This is the first in a four week set of weekly bonuses; those that play all four weeks can earn themselves an extra GTA$200K for a total of GTA$1M. Note that all bonus GTA$ will be deposited into your Maze Bank account within 72 hours of log-in.

These players can also get the free Vespucci Canals Nightclub property and get 70% off the Pegassi Oppressor flying motorcycle and 80% off the Bravado Verlierer sports car.

Finally, PlayStation Plus players can get a special monthly GTA$1,000,000 benefit each month until the launch of GTA Online on PlayStation 5 by simply playing the game. Note that this week is your last chance to get the July monthly benefit, which ends August 5.

Source: Press Release
Battletoads Launching August 20

Get ready to morph, leap and smash when Dlala Studios and Rare's Battletoads launches on August 20, 2020

Survival Series and Arena War Bonuses in GTA Online This Week

Double Rewards and Triple Arena Points in Arena War can be yours in Rockstar Games' GTA Online this week

Hyper Scape Launching August 11

Season One of Ubisoft's Hyper Scape will launch for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 11, 2020

July Marvel's Avengers War Table Now Live

Featured earlier today on the PlayAvengers.com channel, the July Marvel's Avengers War Table is now live

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Hyper Scape Launching August 11


Season One of Ubisoft's Hyper Scape will launch for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 11, 2020.

Dubbed "The First Principle," players can experience new Hyper Scape Crowncast features, new gameplay content, and learn more about the Hyper Scape universe.

The first season will introduce the mid-range weapon known as the Dragonfly. Also included is the new hack Magnet, which can trap unsuspecting contenders. 11 guns and 11 hacks will be included in Season One, and additional limited time game modes on top of Solo and Squad Crown Rush are also planned.

Season One will also introduce Memory Shards players can collect to discover more about certain events and characters. A new Memory Shard will be hidden in the game world each week that players can collect and find. Comics will also be released during Season One and following Seasons that will build on Hyper Scape's story.

Finally, Hyper Scape Season One will include new customization items through its Battle Pass. Featured in this pack is a free and a premium track that features 100 tiers of exclusive cosmetic items to unlock during the Season. The premium track is available for 950 Bitcrowns.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Hyper Scape: Season 1 Announcement Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

Source: Press Release
Battletoads Launching August 20

Get ready to morph, leap and smash when Dlala Studios and Rare's Battletoads launches on August 20, 2020

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Where To Find Spider Silk In Grounded

Where To Find Spider Silk In Grounded
Wandering how to get the Spider Silk crafting material? This guide on Where To Find Spider Silk In Grounded will tell you everything you need to know about farming Spider Silk so you can gather as much as you need to craft the various recipes that require the silk throughout the game.

Spider Silk is quite a rare resource but there is a location that works really well for farming large amounts of Spider Silk in a short amount of time. The location itself, a small cave on the Western part of the map, is relatively safe, although the journey to the cave can be dangerous. Don't bring anything you're not willing to lose, ignore the fights where possible, and head straight for this location.

Where To Find Spider Silk In Grounded

How To Get Spider Silk In Grounded
You will want to head to this location. It's below the giant rake that streaks across the sky. It's a cave but the entrance is in the ground itself. If you head to this exact location, you will see a small drop covered by a spiders web. Drop inside. It's relatively safe. However, you need to be careful of enemies on the outside. They are still able to hit you through walls with their ranged attacks so either sneak in without being seen, or get out fast.

There are some Spider Webs in this little cave, which you can harvest for Spider Silk. There are also some spider hatchlings that you can kill pretty quickly, they also drop Spider Silk. It's very possible that the much bigger spiders are a better source of Spider Silk but I've yet to be able to take one down.

  • Head South West from the spawning location until you reach the giant rake
  • Search the floor nearby to find a small cavern leading below
  • Harvest the spider webs and kill the spiders to find Spider Silk.

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How To Craft Tools In Grounded

How To Craft Tools In Grounded
Crafting your first tools is important. This guide on How To Craft Tools In Grounded will introduce you to the basic principles of the crafting system in the game so you can locate the recipes and materials required to create your first tools, allowing you to farm for more rare and precious resources.

Grounded has a brief tutorial but it doesn't offer much outside of location-based objectives. It leaves much of the exploring of the crafting system down to you, the player. As such, players not familiar with the survival genre may struggle to progress in the early stages as they struggle to figure out how to craft the first set of tools in the game.

How To Craft Tools In Grounded

When you first start your adventure in Grounded, the game will direct you to a nearby science station. There's not much here but there is a Resource Analyzer. Interact with it. Here you can analyze most of the items you find in Grounded. It gives you a bit of information on the item itself but it also unlocks new recipes associated with that particular item. For example, if you put a Pebble into the Resource Analyzer, it will unlock the Pebblet Axe recipe. Most of the recipes in Grounded work much in the same.

Here is how you unlock each of the recipes to craft your first tools in Grounded.

  • Analyze Pebble – Pebblet Axe Tool
  • Analyze Pebble – Pebblet Hammer Tool

That should be enough to get the basic tools in Grounded so you can begin harvesting ingredients, crafting more items, and proceeding with the story objectives.

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Fairy Tail Whose Stuff Is This Quest Guide

Fairy Tail Whose Stuff Is This Quest Guide
Stuck searching for the package's owner in this Fairy Tale request? This Fairy Tail Whose Stuff Is This Quest Guide will tell you exactly where you must find the guard wearing the white and yellow costume, as it doesn't match the costumes of guards in either Magnolia or Crocus.

The "Whose Stuff Is This?" Request is a D Rank request available once you've reached the Inn at Crocus. The game provides two objective points, one in Crocus, and one in Magnolia (this may differ if you take the Request sooner than I did). The one in Crocus leads you to the Inn, where you can speak with a friend that gives you a physical description of the person you are looking for. The other objective for search for the package's owner, takes you back to Magnolia, but that's all the information it provides.

Fairy Tail Whose Stuff Is This Quest Guide

Where Is The Package's Owner In Fairy Tail
So if you're looking for where is the package's owner, this is where you must go. Fast travel to Magnolia and then head to the Western most entrance. You'll find a normal guard standing here but at the entrance to the alleyway, there will be another guard character. This guard is wearing the white and yellow uniform described as the quests objective. Once you have traveled to Magnolia and found the guard, the rest of the quest is simple.

Approach the guard and speak with him, he is called Resident A when you get close. He expresses his thanks for the parcel as Lucy hands it over. Once the conversation is over there's little reason to hand around, so accept the games invitation to return to the Guild and hand in the quest.

Once you have completed this Request another Whose Stuff Is This? -2 request opens up for Lucy to complete, except this time she has some help. The second one is simple objectives, so you shouldn't have any problems completing part 2.

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How To Unlock All Characters In Fairy Tail

How To Unlock More Characters In Fairy Tail
Want to recruit more character companions and add friends to your party? This How To Unlock All Characters In Fairy Tail guide will tell you how each of the different characters you can recruit are unlocked as you progress through the story in Fairy Tail.

Much like the Fairy Tail show on TV, the game has a huge cast of interesting and colorful characters. With a huge array of enemy types and different elemental strengths and weaknesses, having the correct members in your party can be the difference between success and failure. As such, you'll want to recruit as many of the shows strongest characters as possible, to bolster your forces and improve your chances of victory on the battlefield.

How To Become Friends With Every Character In Fairy Tail

Wendy
Wendy is unlocked by completing the first Request in the main story.

Gray
Complete the Snuggle Don't Struggle Request. It's early in the story, can't miss it.

Ezra
Complete the Get The Mail, Man Request, it's directly after you unlock Gray.

Juvia
Complete Juvia's Character Story, it's available at the Guild Hall at the start of Chapter 2.

Gajeel
After you complete the 1st days of activities in the Grand Magic Games, Gajeel will appear at the Inn with his Character Story. Defeat him in a duel.

Kagura
Complete A Mermaid On Stage Character Story. It's available in Chapter 7, it's Kagura's second character story.

Sting
Complete Stings Character Story, White vs. Red. You must complete Stings Favorite Things and then Search for the Celestial Spirit key first, both of which are Stings Character Stories. It's available in Chapter 7

Rogue
You first need to recruit Sting and then complete Rogue's Character Stories. Once you complete the Character Story Battle of the Dragon Slayers Continued, Rogue will join you. It's available in Chapter 7

Ichiya
You must complete The Perfect Team, which is Ichiya's third Character Story during Chapter 7.

Sherria
Once all of the Character Stories open in Chapter 7, complete Fairy Love, An Outing Together, and Sherria is On The Job, Character Stories for Sherria. Then she will join your team.

Jellal
In the Final Chapter complete Jellal's Character Stories Dark Guild Rumors, Beyond The Enchantment, and Evil Lurking, he will then become your friend.

Mirajane
You must complete A Favor For Mira, Kill It With Fire, and Coming Out Of Retirement Character Stories for Mirajane, available in the Epilogue.

Laxus
You first must recruit Mirajane. Once she is recruited, complete all of Laxus' Character Stories. The final one, Harvest Festival Memories, adds him to your party.

Gildarts
Complete his Character Story. He appears in the Final Chapter onwards, he's on the second floor of the base. It's a very tough fight but if you beat him, he will join as your friend.

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