Day: October 12, 2020

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Last Evolution Kizuna Explains Why the DigiDestined Didn’t Know Their Partnerships End


Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna is a celebration of the Digimon franchise’s 20th Anniversary, but at the same time it was also a reflection of just how long 20 years truly is as the original chosen children learned their Digimon partnerships have an unexpected ending point. In explaining this, the film also explained why the DigiDestined didn’t know there would be such a hard cutting off point for their Digimon friendships. Because as the film explains how friends begin to drift apart after spending so much time together, it’s one of those things that remains unspoken. read more

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Xbox Series X Gameplay Demo Shows Multiple Crashes and Missing Backwards Compatible Games



Members of the gaming media are starting to get their hands on the Xbox Series X hardware, and it’s giving gamers an opportunity to see how the system will work on release day. Alanah Pearce had the opportunity to take the console for a spin, and, in a new video, showed viewers some of the system’s features, including Xbox Series X’s backwards compatibility. Unfortunately, viewers can also see Pearce encounter multiple crashes, and some issues with backwards compatibility for Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Gears 5, and Forza Horizon 4. These issues can be seen in the video at the top of this post, around the four-minute mark. read more

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Fall Guys is getting a Sonic costume


As it was foretold by the dataminers, now it shall come to pass. Bouncy bean competition game Fall Guys is getting a Sonic The Hedgehog costume later this week. It’s the latest of several game series crossovers that have made it into the game as unlockable skins. Now that Sega is at the table, I have a humble suggestion for a couple other characters that are great at silly fisticuffs. read more

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Xbox Series X Now Has Its Own Twitter Emoji



The Xbox Series X is set to release in just under a month, and Microsoft is starting to ramp up hype for the console. As part of this process, the company debuted an all-new emoji on Twitter, which accompanies the use of #XboxSeriesX on Twitter. Upon sending a Tweet using that hashtag, users will discover an emoji of the Xbox Series X console, with a classic Xbox green coloration behind it. That isn’t the only hashtag that works, however; #Xbox, #PowerYourDreams, #PYD, #SeriesX, and #JumpIn all produce similar results. It’s a neat little effect, and one that will distinguish Tweets discussing the new system. An image of the emoji can be seen by clicking on the Tweets embedded below. read more