These are the latest heroes to be added to the game starting May 30. The spring event came with bunny costumes, so naturally a series of special characters sporting bridal gowns was the next logical step.
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"This outlaw epic set across the vast and unforgiving American heartland will be the first Rockstar game created from the ground up for the latest generation of console hardware, and some extra time is necessary to ensure that we can deliver the best experience possible for our fans." That's Rockstar announcing that Red Dead Redemption 2 won't be out until April 2018 at the earliest.
Balrog is Street Fighter V's One Punch Man. Capable of dishing out an insane amount damage, the fighting game community is divided over the power he has at his disposal, with some writing him off as an overpowered brawler to be nerfed as soon as possible. But does a character who few players are finding success with deserve such scrutiny and stigmatization?
Phantom Trigger is, in the words of its development team, a "neon slasher," and it's slated to arrive on the Nintendo Switch later this year. But don't let pink and teal pixel art fool you, it's more than just Hyper Light Drifter-lite.
Good statues don't come cheap and Mega Man X is no exception. But for the price of six months' car insurance or a round-trip flight to the North American coast of your choice, it could be yours.
Oyana's team was in overtime when they countered one devastating ult from the opposing Pharah with an exploding mech suit. There were bright lights, tons of explosions, and a lot of dead players.
"We want to get our hands on Destiny 2 as soon as possible like everybody else, so we offered to share our PC platform with our sister companies for this release." That's Blizzard explaining why the PC version of Destiny 2 will be exclusive to Battle.net, conveniently neglecting to mention that doing so means Activision Blizzard won't need to give Steam almost one-third of the game's revenue.
"Part of my job involves funding content and my heart sinks when someone brings me something that's a shooter, because a shooter is almost the lowest common denominator at this point." That Callum Underwood from Oculus, saying it's time for VR devs to move on and consider new styles of gameplay.