PCGamesN Sunday, October 2, 2022 12:41 PM
A stunning new trailer shows off an upcoming Skyrim mod that introduces a new DLC-sized Daedric quest line to one of the best RPG games on PC. Skyrim: Extended Cut is an extensive overhaul project for the Bethesda game that introduces new quests, challenges, and characters, and its first big release continues one of the most fun Skyrim questlines and adds a new region to the fantasy game's Shivering Isles - a Daedric realm most famously featured in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.Skyrim mods, Play Skyrim, Games like Skyrim
PCGamesN Sunday, October 2, 2022 11:35 AM
A surprise Terraria crossover discovered in the Terraria 1.4.4 update Labor of Love is delighting fans by bringing together two of the best sandbox games on PC. While some collaborations such as the Core Keeper Terraria crossover were listed among the Terraria Labor of Love patch notes, certain others have been kept a secret. As such, consider this a spoiler warning for this particular addition to one of the best crafting games - though we'll be careful not to give away anything else too significant.The best Terraria mods, Terraria happiness guide, Terraria bosses guide
PCGamesN Sunday, October 2, 2022 10:16 AM
The Overwatch 2 release date is imminent, which means that it's almost time for Blizzard to say goodnight to its first hero shooter as the Overwatch servers go down in preparation for the transition to the game's new free-to-play model. As the final hours of original Overwatch tick away, fans, streamers, and YouTubers who enjoyed what was considered one of the best FPS games on PC in its golden years are returning to see it off for one final time.Overwatch 2 heroes, Overwatch 2 release date, Overwatch 2 tier list
Twinfinite Sunday, October 2, 2022 3:21 PM
Embrace your inner Marty McFly and Doc Brown with these gear items in Splatoon 3 that are a direct reference to Back to the Future Part II.
Twinfinite Sunday, October 2, 2022 1:15 PM
Ones to Watch are back with a twist in FIFA 23.
Siliconera Sunday, October 2, 2022 4:00 PM
The double Kickstarter campaign for Armed Fantasia and Penny Blood has come to a successful close. Backers pledged a total of 379,328,385 yen over the course of the crowdfunding campaign, which ended on September 30, 2022. This number was against an initial goal of 100 million yen. At current exchange rates, that's just over $2.6 million USD against an initial goal of about $690,000 USD. The studios revealed some in-progress footage ahead of the campaign's "final push".
The Kickstarter campaign began on August 30, 2022, and ended on September 30, 2022. All in all, 17,920 backers donated to the campaign. Based on the Kickstarter page, the most popular tiers for backing the campaign amounted to pre-orders of the digital or physical editions of both games. The "Combo Digital Deal" went for 11,000 yen (about $80 USD) and the "Combo Physical Deal" went for 15,200 yen (about $110 USD). Those backers will eventually receive copies of both games. Notably, at least 3 backers pledged more than 1 million yen (about $7,500 USD), the highest tier of pledge that includes a meeting with the dev teams.
Armed Fantasia developer Wild Bunch Productions and Penny Blood developers Studio Wildrose and Yukikaze reached all advertised stretch goals for both games. The stretch goals include console versions of both games, New Game Plus mode across both games, card mini-games, costume and weapon swapping between games, and mascot swapping. The stretch goals also unlock game-specific content like an animated intro for Armed Fantasia, a post-ending novel for Penny Blood, and additional features and content.
Check out the gallery for a stretch goal "roadmap" detailing each goal for both games.
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Penny Blood and Armed Fantasia are in development for PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PS5. Penny Blood has a release window of Spring 2025, though Armed Fantasia does not have a window as of yet.
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Siliconera Sunday, October 2, 2022 10:00 AM
Your Name. Director Makoto Shinkai's new movie, Suzume no Tojimari (a.k.a. Suzume's Door-Locking), has an official international name, and it's just Suzume. Toho Films also uploaded the film's second trailer on Thursday. Along with the trailer, an update to the official website also revealed its key visual and more casting information. The film opens in Japan on November 11, 2022.
Check out the film's poster visual below.
Here's the second Suzume trailer. English subtitles are available in the closed captions.
Note: The trailer reveals scenes and dialog that may be considered spoilers. If you want a look at the movie that's a little less explicit about plot details, try watching the first trailer instead.
The new Suzume trailer reveals more about the role of Souta (played by Hokuto Matsumura). The titular Suzume encounters Souta near her home, where she sees him attempting to close a mysterious, freestanding door emanating an unusual energy. The two bond over the door-closing, but one day, a mysterious cat turns Souta into a child-sized three-legged chair. Still able to move but unable to close the doors himself, Souta and Suzume must work together, traveling across Japan to close the doors and track down the sinister cat. The cat seems intent on opening further doors (or being there when they open) and is excited by the prospect of the disasters they threaten to bring.
Suzume opens on November 11, 2022, in Japan. An international release is set within 2023, handled by Crunchyroll and Wild Bunch outside of Asia.
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