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GamersHeroes Thursday, December 21, 2023 6:39 PM

Released on the PC earlier this year, Gamma Minus and Daedalic Entertainment's gritty crime thriller Rough Justice: '84 is now available for consoles.

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GamersHeroes Thursday, December 21, 2023 3:08 PM

The story of lost writer Alan Wake continues with Remedy Entertainment's sequel Alan Wake II. A lot has happened since he went missing back all those years ago; does this psychological horror title manage to stand out in this day and age?

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GamersHeroes Thursday, December 21, 2023 2:30 PM

The team at South Park Digital Studios, Question, and THQ Nordic announced that South Park: Snow Day! will make its way to PC and consoles on March 26.

The post South Park: Snow Day! Launching March 26 appeared first on GamersHeroes.

Kotaku Thursday, December 21, 2023 5:15 PM

Overwatch 2 debuted in late 2022, and the controversial sequel to Blizzard's beloved hero shooter struggled in its first few months. Messaging around it was confusing (we were meant to get a sequel that shared a multiplayer environment with the original game, instead the original game was shut down), expectations…


Kotaku Thursday, December 21, 2023 4:45 PM

The winter solstice is upon us and Valve is once again celebrating the cosmological event by discounting a bunch of great PC games big and small. The Steam Winter Sale 2023 is going right now through January 4, 2024 with deals on everything from Baldur's Gate 3 to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.


Kotaku Thursday, December 21, 2023 1:30 PM

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was Hideo Kojima's final Metal Gear Solid game, and it was an odd one. Despite having some of the best sneaking action and gunplay, the open world and "missions" structure didn't necessarily speak to fans of the more linear, tightly scripted feel of the previous games.


Kotaku Thursday, December 21, 2023 1:15 PM


PCGamesN Thursday, December 21, 2023 6:54 PM
     Red Dead Redemption 2 actor confirms new role as

Red Dead Redemption 2 lives on and thrives years after Rockstar Games first released the cowboy-esque RPG. The hype for a third game never seems to die down, with fans looking to iconic characters such as Arthur Morgan and the series' events like the Blackwater Massacre for possible new stories, prequels, and sequels. While Rockstar hasn't yet confirmed anything, it looks like Morgan's voice actor Roger Clark has taken on an exciting new role as a voice actor.

MORE FROM PCGAMESN: The best story games on PC, Best western games, Best sandbox games

PCGamesN Thursday, December 21, 2023 5:02 PM
     Free Monopoly Go dice links December 2023

December 21, 2023: We've added two new Monopoly Go dice links to our list.

How can I get Monopoly Go free dice links? The classic board game has made its way to a free-to-play format, and you'll be doing laps of the board collecting houses and hotels and completing a variety of multiplayer minigames along the way.

You can't get far in Monopoly Go without dice rolls, which you'll have a limited amount of to begin with. To earn more dice rolls, you'll need to log in daily to collect bonuses, invite your friends to the game, or progress further. If you don't want to spend your hard-earned money on more dice, you can use dice links for the board game instead. Now, let's run down all the currently active Monopoly Go free dice links for today.

MORE FROM PCGAMESN: Best board games, Free PC games, Monopoly Go dice

PCGamesN Thursday, December 21, 2023 3:52 PM
     Dead Island and Dying Light 2 dev making new

Dying Light 2 continues to expand with countless collaborations and a development team dedicated to rolling content out post-launch. With a variety of big names under its belt, such as Dead Island and Dying Light, developer Techland isn't solely improving upon its 2022 zombie parkour sequel, though. Thanks to a recently listed job offer, we now know that the team has a brand-new game in the works, a fantastical open-world ARPG.

MORE FROM PCGAMESN: Dying Light 2 review, Dying Light 2 factions, Best zombie games

PCGamesN Thursday, December 21, 2023 1:08 PM
     8 top games to grab during the Steam Winter Sale 2023

Navigating the Steam Winter Sale 2023 can be a bit of a daunting task, with so many big discounts on all manner of great PC games. With a plethora of amazing games launching in 2023, you likely haven't had time to get to them all - I know my backlog still has games from several years in, and it's only gotten bigger over the past twelve months. Fortunately, we're here to help, with eight of our top picks from the current offering.

MORE FROM PCGAMESN: Steam FAQ, Steam family sharing, Steam in-home streaming

PCGamesN Thursday, December 21, 2023 1:06 PM
     Baldur's Gate 3's first-ever Steam sale is live for a limited time

Baldur's Gate 3, winner of numerous GOTY awards and one of the most acclaimed PC games of all time, has just received its first-ever post-launch discount on Steam. Larian's beloved turn-based RPG became something of an instant classic at its 1.0 launch back in August, in no small part thanks to the viral bear sex, but we also mustn't forget its wonderfully strange cast and almost uniquely ambitious choice-and-consequence-driven adventuring.

MORE FROM PCGAMESN: Baldur's Gate 3 builds, BG3 mods, Baldur's Gate 3 classes

PCGamesN Thursday, December 21, 2023 1:00 PM
     There's never been a better time to play space sim X4: Foundations

Have you ever dreamed about what life could be like beyond the stars? Intergalactic exploration has long been a rich topic for game developers to explore, and as games get more advanced, their visions of space become more detailed. X4: Foundations represents a big leap forward in the space simulation genre, imagining a vast universe filled with moving parts that continue to turn regardless of player involvement. 

Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Thursday, December 21, 2023 4:07 PM

I think I might just like games in which lots of particles fly around the screen. That's was a big part of the appeal of To The Core, an incremental game with the spectacle of Vampire Survivors. I think it's now the reason I want to play the oddly named (the) Gnorp Apologue. It's an incremental town builder about... gnorps.

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Thursday, December 21, 2023 3:41 PM

Starfield will receive updates "roughly every six weeks starting in February" if Bethesda hit their target, according to an end of year wrap-up. "These updates will include everything from quality-of-life improvements to content and feature updates," including previously mentioned city maps, mod support and new methods of travel.

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Thursday, December 21, 2023 3:12 PM

If you've opted in to the Steam client beta, you can now mark games in your Steam library as private so that they're invisible to other users. That means that if you're - as a hypothetical - a games journalist who once had to buy and install some games with questionable names and subject matter for an article you were writing, you can now hide that so it's no longer visible to your friends or - hypothetically - your child.


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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Thursday, December 21, 2023 2:46 PM

The Steam winter sale is now underway, with discounts across the digital storefront's catalogue of games from now until January 4th. This also means that voting is now open in the 2023 Steam Awards, with the slightly earlier closing date of January 2nd.

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Thursday, December 21, 2023 1:27 PM

I've recently returned to Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, one year after the grimdark Left 4 Dead 'em up launched and eleven months after I stopped playing. It was always fun to tear through the grubby guts of a Gothic industrial megacity with your chainsword, but it became repetitive and its whole loot-o-crafting mess sucked. A year on, the loot and crafting still suck, but I've really enjoyed the variety added by new levels and weapons and the polish from a year of tweaks and quality-of-life changes. If you played Darktide on Game Pass (or bought it), consider another look.

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Twinfinite Thursday, December 21, 2023 4:30 PM
Grab a blanket and some cocoa, it's about to get cozy.

Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 7:30 PM

street fighter 6 cheaters

Capcom has reminded players on its official Street Fighter 6 account that it does not tolerate cheaters or anyone engaging in disruptive behavior. The developer said it would permanently ban players from online play as punishment if anyone breaks the Terms of Use.

You can find the Terms of Use, or EULA, for each individual console, as well as in multiple languages, via the official Street Fighter 6 website. The third category is where Capcom lists behavior that players cannot engage in if they want to play online.

In general, players cannot post offensive or hateful content, transmit content that may contain viruses and such, or hack the game in any way. It also prohibits players from selling or trading their accounts or impersonating people such as Capcom employees or contractors.

Since its release in June 2023, Street Fighter 6 has become an incredibly popular fighting game among newcomers and veterans alike. In July 2023, a little over a month after its release, Capcom announced that it already sold over 2 million copies of the game. At launch, it had over 64,000 players online at the same time.

Street Fighter 6 is readily available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC. You can also find it in Japanese arcades

The post Capcom Reminds Us It Will Punish Street Fighter 6 Cheaters appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 7:00 PM

paldea pokemon dolls

Four plushes based on Pokemon from the Paldea region will appear in the Pokemon Center in Japan. These dolls are only available in the Japan store.

You'll be able to get Pokemon plushes based on Charcadet, Grafaiai, Tinkatink, and Palafin (Hero Form). Each doll costs 1650 JPY, which is around $11.60. The Japanese Pokemon Center does not directly offer international shipping though.

So overseas customers will have to use a proxy service of some kind to purchase them. Though they're now available on the online storefront, you can also get them from brick-and-mortar stores. However, you'll have to wait until December 23, 2023, for them to appear on the shelves.

These toys are part of the Pokemon Dolls line. They're soft plushes ranging from 5 to 8 inches, making them easy to hold onto or display. Pokemon Dolls in the Japanese Pokemon Center are different from the ones in the North American one. For example, though both storefronts offer keychain mascots of the Paldean starters, they use different materials for the tag part, as well as different designs.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are available on the Nintendo Switch. You can also now download the paid DLC expansion, The Indigo Disk.

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Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 6:30 PM

the ancient magus bride ai manga

The manga for The Ancient Magus' Bride will return as a simultaneous English and Japanese publication but with AI translations. Bushiroad will use the AI translation program Mantra Engine from Mantra, which specializes in translating manga.

According to Bushiroad and Mantra, the companies intend to add simultaneous manga releases in other languages. From May 2024, for example, you can read AI-translated manga in Simplified Chinese. Bushiroad will upload these chapters onto Comic Growl, which is the company's new online magazine and comic venture.

While Bushiroad and Mantra are only focusing on manga and magazines for now, they plan on using this technology to translate other forms of entertainment and release them at the same time as the original Japanese. Notably, companies within and outside of Japan already use Mantra, translating 250 to 300 volumes' worth of text every month.

The majority of reactions to this news have been negative. In general, most consumers do not react well to AI due to the implications behind its usage. Some have even stated that reading scanlations or fan translations is more morally correct than reading AI-translated work.

Direct replies to the official The Ancient Magus' Bride account announcing the AI translations are critical as well. One person notes that there is no point in doing this if no English fan will read it due to AI taking away jobs from actual human translators and localizers.

The AI-translated version of The Ancient Magus' Bride is available on Comic Growl as of December 21, 2023.

The post The Ancient Magus' Bride Manga Simultaneous English Release Will Use AI Translation appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 5:00 PM

Sega Genesis and Dreamcast Inspired Wireless Earphones Announced

Onkyo announced the release of new wireless earphones with motifs inspired by the Sega Genesis and Dreamcast consoles. T-shirts and acrylic stands with the same Sega Genesis and Dreamcast motifs be available as well. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

Sales for the new Sega Genesis and Dreamcast earphones and merchandise starts on December 22, 2023. The items will be available from the Onkyo Direct online store, and the Onkyo Direct Akihabara store in Tokyo, Japan.

The wireless earphones are the model CP-TWS01A, and they cost 15,500 yen (or about $109) each. In addition, Onkyo will also sell Sega Genesis and Dreamcast wireless chargers for 4,400 yen (~$31) each. The Sega Genesis and Dreamcast acrylic stands cost 1,200 yen (~$8,) and the T-shirts cost 4,000 yen (~$28).

The headphone case is designed after the consoles themselves, and the Sega Genesis earbuds feature the 16-bit and console logo. Meanwhile, the Dreamcast model earbuds are designed to look like the console's controller. The earphones feature the startup and system sounds of each console.

You can take a better look at the new Sega Genesis and Dreamcast earphones and merchandise here:

Onkyo previously announced NieR Automata collaboration earphones on March 2022, and most recently VR collaboration goggles with motifs from the NieR Automata Ver1.1a anime adaptation.

The Onkyo Sega Genesis and Dreamcast CP-TWS01A earphones cost 15,500 yen (~$109) and will be available from the Onkyo Direct online store and Akihabara store from December 22, 2023.

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Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 4:00 PM

Mori Calliope Fortnite Map

Hololive Vtuber Mori Calliope Cover, and Hanamichi Monogatari launched a Fortnite map to promote her cherry blossom liqueur MoriZakura. The map was created by metaverse production company MetaHeroes, which specializes in creating promotional Fortnite maps.

MoriZakura is a cherry blossom liqueur that was created in collaboration with Taiwanese alcohol company Hanamichi Monogatari, while the promotional art was made by Aku Maborosi. MoriZakura is available to pre-order in Taiwan now, with pre-orders in Japan set to open in Spring 2024.

The Fortnite map itself is freely available using the map code 7918-3226-4522. The location features grind rails, cherry trees, and posters of promotional art for the liquor.

You can find Mori Calliope's announcement tweet with a short video showcasing the map below:

Mori Calliope also recently released an original song with fellow Hololive Myth member Takanashi Kiara, titled Fire N Ice. Over in the Japanese branch of Hololive, 2nd generation member Murasaki Shion has announced she will be entering an indefinite period of hiatus, while 5th gen's Yukihana Lamy recently gave a health update.

The Mori Calliope MoriZakura Fortnite map is available to play using the map code 7918-3226-4522. Fortnite is available immediately on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. You can catch Mori Calliope's streams over on her Youtube channel.

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Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 3:00 PM

Review: While the Iron's Hot Puts You to Work as a Blacksmith

While the Iron's Hot is a blacksmith sim that seems promising, but also happens to be a Switch game that gets in its own way. Due to various minigames, crafting execution, and the method in which you take on new challenges, it can feel a lot like a tedious day job.

While the Iron's Hot begins with an amateur blacksmith attempting to reach Ellian Island. After an attack on the boat taking them there, they wash ashore outside of Stal village and meet a former blacksmith named Drystan. Apparently, it isn't exactly the crafter's paradise players expected, but by building up their repertoire and helping others, the village could thrive again and players could fulfill their dreams.

Image via Bontemps Games

The thing about While the Iron's Hot is that it attempts to add more gameplay in where I think it didn't need to be there. Actually crafting equipment, tools, and other items involves a series of unnecessary minigames. Each piece requires certain parts, which means melting down metal, hammering it out, possibly sharpening it, and finally finishing it, for example. There are timing-based segments associated with melting, hammering, and sharpening, which you could end up doing one-by-one, and it gets really tedious. Especially considering these segments aren't very challenging. As for the arranging, you can automatically piece them together when a recipe is pinned, which helps.

However, you'll need to keep recipes pinned to figure out what you need for that, but it isn't still isn't exactly intuitive to remember which items to forge. Especially if you have multiple quests open. I keep notes about games I'm playing for work on my iPad while I'm playing them, and I found myself keeping track of how many of various bits and pieces I'd need to create to get everything done.

I suppose what bothered me most, beyond the tedium of the creation minigames, is that there isn't much incentive to really do well in them. If you have one poor quality part, I noticed sometimes the general overall result can be optimal so long as the rest of the process was okay. Also, while there may a few situations where the quality really does matter, most of the time you aren't too harshly penalized for poor results. So you get a little less money. Honestly, the way I was playing I ended up with a surplus due to constantly crafting.

But then, the interruptions are something that come up a bit in different ways. While the Iron's Hot attempts to follow a rather smooth and pleasant pace as you pursue your blacksmith dreams. As you explore Ellian, you'll happen upon new people and places. Characters have a lot of personality even though you might only talk to them once or twice, and there's a sense of satisfaction that comes as you find new quests, items, and recipes. Seeing your home village grow thanks to your efforts and collecting of items is motivating too. However, since you don't actually interact with many of the people you see milling about, it also felt a little disappointing. 

Image via Bontemps Games

However, there is also a downside to some quests. In certain cases, there will be items you'll need to create for major quests. However, you'll be told to make it, but not given any follow up about how. This means that side quests aren't really optional. I felt pressured to do everything possible when I'd see it, because there was a chance I'd need the recipe or reward associated with it later on. If I didn't, then I'd feel like I hit a roadblock until I did do anything supplemental or search around more to find out what was keeping me back.

While the Iron's Hot is an interesting take on a blacksmith simulator, but it feels like the game can be a tedious chore sometimes. I enjoyed it, but only if I also took regular breaks, made sure I did absolutely everything, and tried not to get rid of any items that had any chance of being useful down the line. I appreciate the concept, but the execution isn't quite there.

While the Iron's Hot is available on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC

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Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 2:30 PM

Suika Game Gets a Christmas Skin on Switch for the Holidays

Aladdin X announced that there is now a Christmas skin in effect in Suika Game (Watermelon Game) on the Switch. It is available as of December 21, 2023, following a download of the latest update.

This is a purely cosmetic skin for Suika Game. It doesn't change any of the gameplay or alter any of the items you'll be matching. So it will still be all about pairing up cherries, strawberries, grapes, and so on until you eventually get watermelons, which you then match to remove them and boost your score. However, the watermelon itself will look different when this holiday skin is in effect. 

While playing Suika Game, pressing the left or right triggers will let you switch to the new Christmas skin on the main menu. In addition to the main menu looking different, you'll see a game scene with Christmas trees around and a candy cane-lined box. The watermelon in this skin holds a candy cane and has other decorations on it. The music is also different to fit the season.

Here are some official screenshots showing how different it looks when someone changes to the new skin.

This comes after the game hit major milestones. In October 2023, it reached two million downloads. Then in December 2023, it got to three million.

Suika Game is available on the Nintendo Switch. The Christmas skin is available now, and there's no end date for it yet. A knock-off version called The Suika Game appears to be headed to the PlayStation Store.

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Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 2:00 PM

Baldur's Gate 3 Hotfix 15

Larian Studios released Hotfix 15 for Baldur's Gate 3. According to the patch notes, it fixes a number of crashes, adds some new language packs and fixes the "Pinocchio issue" that some players have experienced.

Hotfix 15 primarily solves a couple of issues encountered by Baldur's Gate 3 players. A few crashes have been addressed, including a few related to level loading, two Xbox-specific crashes related to online checks and very specific crash triggered by disarming an enemy twice then incapacitating them.

Hotfix 15 also sets out to solve the "Pinocchio issue", as Larian has called it. This issue saw character faces getting unnaturally stretched out, usually affecting noses and cheeks. Character eyeballs were also disappearing during this glitch, leaving what Larian calls "pits of flesh" in their place.

The hotfix also adds Japanese to the PC and PS5 versions of the game, although this only applies to Japanese versions of the game on PS5. The Korean language pack has also been enabled on Mac versions of the game.

There are other fixes addressed in Hotfix 15. Other notable problems that have been addressed include save files becoming "very large" thanks to lava bubbles in Grymforge, and a memory issue involving containers in the console versions.

The previous hotfix to Baldur's Gate 3 brought Patch 5 to Mac. This was a major update which added a new epilogue to the game. It also addressed an issue around late game slowdowns caused by the game constantly thinking about how much you've stolen.

Baldur's Gate 3 is out now for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.

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Siliconera Thursday, December 21, 2023 1:30 PM

New Final Fantasy VII Remake Plush Are Rufus, Reno, and Rude

Square Enix started taking pre-orders for Final Fantasy VII Remake plush of Rufus Shinra and the Turks members Reno and Rude. All three cost $39.99 and will ship in September 2024.

The heights of the three stuffed versions of the characters vary. Reno and Rude are the tallest, at over 7.68 inches each. However, Rufus is listed as being 6.85 inches tall. All of them featured embroidered eyes. Different types of fabrics also appear to be used for different textures.

First, here we can see how the Final Fantasy VII Remake Rufus plush will look. While he is wearing his distinctive take on his coat from the remake, it is a bit difficult to see based on his size and the plush doll's position.

Next, here's how this version of the Reno Final Fantasy VII Remake stuffed animal will look. It also features his trademark goggles, red tattoos near his eyes, and ponytail.

As for the Final Fantasy VII Remake Rude toy, he has his earrings in his left and right ears, his glasses, and his beard.

This is part of a continuing Final Fantasy VII Remake line of stuffed animals. The first ones to announced were Aerith, Barret, Cloud, and Tifa. Those first appeared in 2021, ahead of the Intergrade version of the game. A Sephiroth one also appeared, though it is more expensive at $44.99. While they aren't a part of this same collection, there are also plush of Red XIII, Cait Sith, and the Moogle the cat rides as well.

FFVII Remake is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC. FFVII Ever Crisis is available now on both the PC and mobile devices. FFVII Rebirth will come to the PS5 on February 29, 2024, with the console exclusivity arrangement ending on May 29, 2024. The three Final Fantasy VII plush of Shinra characters will appear in September 2024.

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PC Invasion - FeedDDD Thursday, December 21, 2023 6:17 PM
     Cookie Run Kingdom Creme Brulee Cookie Toppings BuildCreme Brulee Cookie is a new featured character you can pull from the Cookie Run Kingdom gacha system. He's a gifted virtuoso pianist if you've not seen him in the Holiday Express event. But to use him effectively, here's the best Creme Brulee toppings build in Cookie Run Kingdom (CRK)! Best Toppings types for Creme Brulee Cookie in Cookie Run Kingdom (CRK) Screenshot: PC Invasion Creme Brulee Cookie is a balance of ranged offense and a great repertoire of buffs, so his Cookie Run Kingdom Toppings should prioritize this balance. A 3:2 distribution of either Sweet Candy and either (but not both) Bouncy Caramel or Searing Raspberry could be great topping choices. The first mixture, Sweet Candy and Bouncy Caramel would be a great idea for buffs to Crème Brûlée Cookie and his allies. It enables a superior buff every time he casts, with his decent ATK boosted by increased ATK Speed he could deal serious damage even between casts. ...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Thursday, December 21, 2023 5:38 PM
     Pokémon Scarlet And Violet The Indigo Disk Crystal Featured ImageTime for the final stretch. Here is how to clear the Crystal leading to the Area Zero Underdepths in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet The Indigo Disk. Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: How to clear the Crystal leading to the Area Zero Depths in The Indigo Disk Before you venture to find the Area Zero Underdepths in The Indigo Disk DLC for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, you need to know that you will need to traverse through a decent chunk of the main story to access this area. The only thing I can tell you that will picture the image perfectly is that you need the actual Indigo Disk to access it. And since this item gives this DLC its name, then you know that it will take some time. Anyway, once you have collected it, you will have to travel to Research Station 4 to unlock the Zero Lab. Image: Game Freak The Indigo Disk will fit in the Zero Lab panel and you will gain access to the Area Zero Underdephts. Here is where you will eventually find a huge terrastali...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Thursday, December 21, 2023 5:23 PM
     How To Unlock Mercenaries Mode For Resident Evil 4 RemakeA classic Resident Evil mode called Mercenaries made a comeback. But how can you unlock this Mercenaries mode in Resident Evil 4 remake? In this action-packed minigame, waves of enemies crash through the stage, while you're trying to defeat them on the clock. Here's how to unlock it. Resident Evil 4 remake: How to unlock Mercenaries mode If you update you game, you won't magically see the Mercenaries mode pop up. This is because to unlock Mercenaries, you have to download it digitally. How you can unlock Mercenaries mode in Resident Evil 4 remake is by downloading the mode as a DLC through your designated store. If you're playing through Steam, you can find Mercenaries mode as a free download. Scroll down the Resident Evil 4 remake store page until you see 'Content for this game.' It's called 'The Mercenaries,' and it shouldn't take long to download. Now, once you boot up Resident Evil ...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Thursday, December 21, 2023 5:00 PM
     Gta Online Yeti HuntThe annual Festive Surprise event is back in Grand Theft Auto Online and this year, players can get into the holiday spirit with a suite of new festive content. This year's main event is a yeti hunt that rewards players with a free outfit, but finding the yeti is the hardest part of the battle. Where to Investigate the Chiliad Wilderness in GTA Online When you first log into GTA Online during the 2023 Festive Surprise event, you'll get a text from a hunter named Tanner. He warns you of an unknown creature terrorizing the Chiliad wilderness and sends you to search for clues to track it down. The game only gives you a general area for your search, so it can be frustrating to track down every piece of evidence on your own. Image: GTA Lens, Edited by PC Invasion In total, there are five yeti clues to find in GTA Online. Each of their locations is marked on the map above. Torn Shirt Bloodied Tent Body Parts Dead Dead Car Wrec...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Thursday, December 21, 2023 4:28 PM
     Resident Evil 4 Remake Electronic Lock Terminal Puzzle SolutionsThere is a certain puzzle in this survival horror game that makes a reappearance multiple times. If you're having some puzzle trouble with the Electronic Lock Terminals in Resident Evil 4 remake, let us give you the solutions. On a computer terminal, Leon S. Kennedy must figure out how to get past a lock system. There are three separate occasions this puzzle is available, and each one may be just as confusing. Here's how to deal with them. Electronic Lock Terminals puzzle solutions guide for Resident Evil 4 remake The basic gist of the Electronic Lock Terminal puzzles comes down to rewiring where the power goes. You want to make sure to connect each of the lightning symbols to the main power at the top of the screen. You'll go through each row of pathway boxes and decide which way they'll turn. This makes sure to redirect the power to at least every single lightning symbol. If you're still not sure what to do, the solutions to each pu...

Tabletop Gaming News – TGN Thursday, December 21, 2023 2:40 PM
     Free League Publishing, in collaboration with MyMiniFactory and Titan Forge, has announced the launch of The Adventure, a new subscription service. This service provides monthly 3D printable files of characters and creatures from the Dragonbane tabletop roleplaying game. The initiative aims to enhance the gaming experience for RPG enthusiasts by offering tangible, customizable miniatures. The …

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Sega recently announced that it is remaking several of its classic titles.

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Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Thursday, December 21, 2023 2:00 PM

Galaxy S24 Ultra vs iPhone 15 Pro Max – how Samsung's next flagship can take on Apple

Apple Watch ban is going ahead as last-ditch Apple challenge fails, and more
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The Galaxy S24 Ultra could crush the iPhone 15 Pro Max
The Galaxy S24 Ultra could look something like this (@OnLeaks / @SmartPrix)
It doesn't look like we have long to wait before the Galaxy S24 series is officially unveiled by Samsung, and we've got some thoughts on how the high-end Ultra model could outshine its most direct competitor: the iPhone 15 Pro Max recently launched by Apple.
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The Apple Watch ban is definitely going ahead
The Apple Watch 9 (Apple)
Apple has failed to delay the US sales ban on the Apple Watch 9 and the Apple Watch 2 Ultra, which are now no longer available to buy direct from Apple's website. They can still be found at other retailers for the time being though, as we'll explain.
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Pricing leaks for Intel's cheapest 14th-gen processor
The Intel Core i7-14700K (Future)
We're expecting the most affordable of Intel's new 14th-gen CPUs to launch at the CES 2024 show happening January, and an unconfirmed pricing leak suggests that it's going to cost around the same as the equivalent model in the current lineup.
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Deals and gift ideas
The Regime looks like it could be the next Succession
Kate Winslet stars as a terrifying political heavyweight (HBO)
There's been a Succession-sized hole on Max since we saw the last of the Roy family, but the first teaser trailer for The Regime, starring Kate Winslet, suggests that the new show might have enough about it to be the next juggernaut hit for HBO's streaming service.
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The Apple Vision Pro headset might be on sale by February
The Vision Pro is almost here (Apple)
We're patiently waiting for Apple to get around to actually putting its Vision Pro mixed reality headset on sale – and according to sources speaking to Bloomberg, the $3,500 device is going to be available in official Apple Stores from the start of February.
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