The cavalry has arrived; get yourself the new Vetir Military Vehicle this week in Rockstar Games' GTA Online.
For those looking to pick up the Vetir, it can be yours at Warstock Cache & Carry.
Business is booming this week in GTA Online – get yourself Double GTA$ & RP in the Diamond Adversary Series and Triple GTA$ & RP in Mobile Operations Missions.
Those who hit the ocean floor for 10 Hidden Caches this week can get themselves a reward to the tune of GTA$100,000 next week. If you fly out to Cayo Perico this week and complete the Cayo Perico Heist Finale, you'll earn yourself the Santo Capra Patterns Sweater on the house.
Make sure to swing by the lobby of The Diamond and give the Lucky Wheel a spin for a chance to win cash prizes, RP, clothing, and a myriad mystery prizes. This week's podium prize is the Grotti Cheetah Classic.
Players will be able to take advantage of the following discounts this week:
Kosatka Submarine – 25% off
Kosatka Submarine Upgrades, Mods & Customizations – 25% off
Mobile Operations Centers:
- MOC – 40% off
- MOC Weapon & Vehicle Workshop – 30% off
- Cargobob – 40% off
- Nagasaki Stryder – 30% off
- Ocelot Ardent – 30% off
Finally, GTA Online players that connect their Rockstar Games Social Club account with their Prime Gaming account will receive the Kosatka submarine's Sonar Station on the house, along with GTA$200K simply by playing any time this week. Prime Gaming members will also receive 80% off of the Pegassi Osiris and 70% off the Progen PR4.
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A new Dragon Quest journey awaits with the release of Square Enix's tactical RPG Dragon Quest Tact.
In this title, players will have to contend with the blights sweeping the world of Orchesterra as they set out to save the day. Joining forces with familiar Dragon Quest monsters, players will direct these foes in tactical battles that unfold on a grid-like map. New monsters can be recruited as allies, which can also be upgraded along the way.
For those that like a challenge, Battle Road features even more story content for those looking to learn more about their monster allies.
Learn more with the trailer below:
DRAGON QUEST TACT Free to Play Now!
The game is available as a free download with in-app purchases on iOS and Android devices. Text is supported in English, French, Traditional Chinese, and Korean. Those who download the game from now through February 28 at 11:59am PT will receive the iconic King Slime monster.
Six months after being announced, Skeleton Crew Studio, Thomas Olsson, and Devolver Digital's Olija is now available on consoles and PC. Is this adventure worth taking, or should you look elsewhere for some fun? Check out our review and find out.
Olija starts with a man named Farady setting out to sea. Farady is a lord in a town that is catching less and less fish. After a few weeks at sea, the crew encounters a giant storm and a colossal whale. Being more akin to Lovecraft's Dagon as opposed to an actual whale, the whale consumes the ship and drags it beneath the waves. When you wake up, you are in a different kind of land; a land of despair and hopelessness.
Not ready to throw in the towel quite yet, you set out to find your crew and to find a way out of this nightmarish world. You quickly find a compass that shows you a vision of a harpoon, a legendary weapon from this area. After acquiring the harpoon, you find out that the Rottenwood clan is trapping everyone here, and that you need three keys to escape. With a map and compass in tow, you leave the shantytown of Oaktide, seeking the creatures that have these keys. There is no in-game timer, but the game runs between approximately six to eight hours.
Olija is a 2D side-scrolling action-adventure game with some light RPG mechanics. Farady carries two weapons at a time, and one of them is the harpoon. You can use that to attack and bash enemies, or you can toss it into enemies. Once an enemy is impaled, you can then press the button again and warp to your harpoon and keep beating on them. My typical strategy was to use my harpoon to get me in close, then use the rapier as my secondary for quick strikes. The harpoon is excellent for closing distance, but it is very slow to attack.
There are two ranged secondary weapons as well. However, both require ammo that can be crafted or collected throughout the game. There is also a sword that let's you warp to it, which can make things a little crazy. You can use your harpoon to activate a trap or trigger, then warp to your sword and retrieve it before warping back to your harpoon to finish off an enemy. That might sound like a lot of work, but it is pretty simple once you are used to the control scheme. The combat is flashy, but is not overly complicated. It is also brutal, with limbs and gore flying all over the place.
In-between all this combat, you will be rested as Lord Farady in the makeshift village of Oaktide. Oaktide is where all the stranded sailors consumed by the whale go. It is a bleak place when you arrive, with sailors starving and waiting to die. As you get more keys and rescue your crew members, Oaktide becomes more and more lively. Soon they are cooking food (which you can eat to heal), making spears to defend the town, telling stories, and cheering your name. It is here that you can make hats, upgrade your maximum HP, and send a sailor off to collect resources for you.
The hat system is the main form of upgrading in Olija. Hats can give you a few different benefits, and you will need crafting materials to make them. You find these through combat, in chests, or when your sailors get back home. There are eight hats in total, and each does something different. One lets you charge up lightning as you attack, while another makes you resistant to acid damage. By the end of the game, you should have all of them unlocked. Admittedly there are a couple of stinkers in the bunch, but the right hat can make or break a boss fight.
There are a few things I don't like about Olija. Even though you pick up maps in the game, there is no actual map for you to look at. You also can't look at your inventory, which is really weird. You can see how many of a crafting material you have, but you can't scroll over to it and see what it is called. The checkpoint system is also brutal; there was one instance where I was facing a boss, and I really wanted to switch my hat so I could absorb lightning easier. I had two choices: beat the boss, or start a new game.
With Olija, what you see is what you get. It is well-executed for the most part and is an absolute joy to play. If this is your type of game, don't hesitate to pick this one up.
Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy is Ryza's second jump into the gaming scene. Does she deserve a sequel, or was the first game enough? Check out this review and find out
A tadpole's life is never easy, but BitFinity does the little girl a solid by adding some sheet music with their new title Tadpole Treble Encore. Dangers, lovers, and a helpful bullfrog named Etude
For those looking for a new cyberpunk adventure, Dark Lord and Daedalic Entertainment promise to deliver with their new top-down action thriller Glitchpunk.
Tapping into the same vein as classics like Grand Theft Auto 2, Glitchpunk will have players shooting, brawling, driving, stealing and sneaking through its neon-soaked world. Trains, tanks, buses, motorbikes, trucks, and cars are all at your disposal, along with a massive arsenal of weaponry.
Players will need all the help they can get; frantic police chases await, along with 10 escalations of wanted levels to keep players on their toes. To immerse players into its world, a mature story with several endings, 12 different gangs, and four different cities will all be included.
Finally, to bring life into its world, its art style combines 2D sprites in a 3D environment to create a unique look. Players will also be able to tune into an in-game radio station that features news reports and commercials.
Learn more with the trailer below
Glitchpunk Announcement Trailer
The game will enter Steam Early Access in the first half of 2021. A playable demo of the game will be available on Steam during the Steam Games Festival that begins on February 3.
The Shooting Star Benimaru Nikaido will make his way to SNK's The King of Fighters XV as part of the new Hero Team.
Benimaru was born into a rich family, raised by his Japanese father and American mother. Electrostatics attacks are his speciality, mixed with shoot boxing that allows him to land thunderous kicks. Unlike previous entries, he watches over Shun'ei and Meitenkun on behalf of his friend and rival Kyo Kusanagi. For fans of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, his design was based off Jean Pierre Polnareff's character.
See this electrifying fighter in action with the trailer below:
KOF XV｜BENIMARU NIKAIDO｜Character Trailer #3 (4K)
Originally announced during EVO 2019, The King of Fighters XV is the second chapter of the 4th canonical saga for the series. Much like Samurai Shodown, this title will also use Unreal Engine Graphics.
The game will come out in 2021.
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Learn more about the visual themes and new skills of Capcom's Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection with the second developer video for the game.
The video, which can be seen below, features Producer Peter Fabiano as he discusses the picture-book style Director Tokuro Fujiwara wanted to include. Other highlights include Arthur's skills that can be accessed in the Demon Realm.
Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection – Dev Video #2 – Art 'n Abilities
For those looking to catch up, the original Dev Video can be found below, which focuses on what fans can come to expect in this entry.
Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection – Dev Video #1 – Arthur Returns
Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection pays homage to both Ghosts 'n Goblins and Ghouls 'n Ghosts. Much like previous entries, players will take control of the valiant knight Arthur as he fights his way through the Demon Realm. Enemies like Zombie, Skeleton Murderer, Pigman and Red Arremer will all make their appearance, along with a number of challenging new obstacles.
The game will come out for the Nintendo Switch on February 25, 2021.
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PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to pick up Control: Ultimate Edition, Concrete Genie, and Destruction AllStars in February 2021.
Destruction AllStars is a vehicular combat arena multiplayer game that has players choosing from one of 16 different superstar competitors. Four game modes will be available, each of which will have players utilizing timing, tactics and skills to cause carnage and wreak havoc. The game will be available on the PlayStation 5.
The second game coming to PlayStation Plus is Control: Ultimate Edition. Created by Remedy Entertainment, this title stars Jesse Faden, who is the Director of the Federal Bureau of Control. Featuring an ever-shifting skyscraper, players will repel all threats and make use of supernatural abilities. The game will be available on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 – you can read our review of the base game here.
Finally, Concrete Genie will make its way to PlayStation Plus. The polluted seaside town of Denska needs to be restored to its former bright and bustling self. Players will be able to use Living Paint to create Genies whose magical powers that can help solve puzzles and fight off bullies. The game will be available for the PlayStation 4 – you can read our review here.
Learn more with the following PlayStation Access video:
PlayStation Plus Monthly Games – PS4 and PS5 – February 2021
Destruction AllStars will be available on PlayStation Plus until April 5, while Control: Ultimate Edition and Concrete Genie will be available until March 1.
Check out the unique combat abilities of Joker, Queen, and the rest of the Phantom Thieves with the latest trailer for Atlus West's Persona 5 Strikers.
This title brings with it a hybrid battle system that combines action-combat with pause-and-plan sequences. Much like the 2017 JRPG Persona 5, players will be able to ambush foes, strike their elemental weaknesses to knock them down, and finish with an All-Out Attack.
All members of the Phantom Thieves will be playable, and each character has specific skills and Personas they can summon. Wide-ranging, flashy spells and magic can both be used to clear out big hordes.
Learn more with the trailer below:
Persona 5 Strikers – The Phantom Thieves Strike Back Trailer | PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC
Persona 5 Strikers features a story that will cater to both newcomers and longtime fans. Metaverse dungeons will once again make an appearance, along with six different cities across Japan.
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on February 23, 2021. Those that pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition can get themselves access to the game four days early, on February 19, 2021.
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Koei Tecmo and GUST are returning to the tale of Reisalin "Ryza" Stout with the release of Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy. In honor of this sequel, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a dead-on cosplay of the Alchemist of Arland, Rorolina Frixell
After falling in love with the character, French cosplayer Chibi-Juice set out to capture the essence of Atelier Rorona's Rorolina Frixell. According to her, the costumes are cute, but are full of details and can prove to be quite difficult to make.
Atelier Rorona Rorolina Frixell Cosplay
Credit goes to NyaoNyao Studio for the photos.
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There is a clock puzzle that has you altering time and searching a hidden room. This The Medium Clock Puzzle Guide will tell you how to solve the clock puzzle so you can complete the hidden room objective when you're trying to find Thomas. Once you have entered the room and begin trying to solve the puzzle, the door is locked behind you. You must solve the puzzle to unlock the door.
Firstly, grab the key from the desk, it's underneath a torch. Once you have the key, interact with the large grandfather clock on the wall in the room. It's a huge clock, can't miss it. Once you interact with the clock, inspect the upper left corner of the clock, this is where you use the key. Use the key to open the clock, now you can mess with time by moving the hands back and forth.
The Medium Clock Puzzle Guide
Set the clock all the way back to 4 PM. When you do this, in the Spirit World, Thomas' spirit will be standing at the desk with a Spirit Well. Interact with the Spirit Well so you are charged and can use your spirit abilities. Then return to the clock.
Once you have done that, return to the clock and set the time to around 5 PM. You will know the exact time because a secret passage opens in the wall in the Spirit World. Use your Outer Body Experience ability, hold F on the keyboard (check the options menu for all of the controls). When you are controlling Marianne in the Spirit World, head through the secret door. There is a power switch here you need to activate with your Spirit Blast ability, Space on the keyboard.
Once you've done that, return to your corporeal body in the other room. Then approach the bookshelf in the corner. Interact with the bookshelf and use the Insight ability, Left Control on PC. This will reveal a switch behind the picture in the bookshelf. Flip the switch to progress.