Day: October 13, 2020


Digimon Adventure’s New Movie Shares Hilariously Awkward Tai and Agumon Moment

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna has its fair share of heartbreaking and emotional moments as it sends off the original eight DigiDestined in one final story, but there was still plenty of time for hilarity such as one notably awkward moment between Tai and Agumon. As a celebration of the Digimon franchise’s 20th Anniversary, Last Evolution Kizuna shows just how long those 20 years actually have been by aging the eight original chosen children into their near adulthood years. The film is about Tai and Matt figuring out what to do with the rest of their lives, and that clashes with their roles as partners to Digimon. read more


Tony Hawk Player Recreates Classic Mario Areas as Skate Parks

Last month saw the release of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2, as well as Super Mario 3D All-Stars. While the two games are not available on the same platform, both compilations have received a lot of attention from gamers over the last few weeks. That seems to have been the inspiration for a pair of in-game skate parks created by @Gunderstank16 on Twitter. In the park editor for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2, they created parks based on Bob-omb Battlefield from Super Mario 64, and Isle Delfino from Super Mario Sunshine! The parks can be seen in the Tweets embedded below. read more


Pour one out for Quake’s cancelled 300ft zombie

Have you played Quake? If you have you’ll, like me, probably have wondered why Episodes 2 and 3 don’t end with a boss fight. This week, former Id designer Sandy Petersen explained some of the hacks he and American McGee tried bashing together to fill those boss-shaped holes, from a tower-block sized rotter to a giant grotesque spiderthing wot would’ve chased you around the entire map. read more


Valorant ushers in Act 3 with an icy new map today

Valorant‘s third Act drops today, and it’s bringing a bounty of lovely new things to Riot’s guns and wizards first-person shooter. The first and most notable of these is a cold new map called Icebox. Then there are updates to ranked play and the deathmatch game mode. And to top it all off, later in Act 3 we’ll see a new wizard arrive, too. Her name is Skye, she throws animals at people, and she looks a bit like Artemis from Supergiant’s Hades. read more


Miles Morales Gameplay Footage Revealed

The release of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is just under a month away, and more information and footage related to the game is starting to release. The newest issue of Game Informer is centered on the game and, to hype up the issue, the outlet has released a trailer for its coverage. The trailer lasts under a minute, but it contains some never-before-seen gameplay footage, alongside some previously released video. There aren’t any major revelations to be found, but for those looking to see more footage of the game, the trailer can be found at the top of this page. read more


Dark Souls modders have teamed up to create their own sequel mod, Nightfall

While we wait, potentially forever, for news of Elden Ring, what better way to spend the time than another piping-hot helping of the original Dark Souls? Several of the Souls community’s top modders have banded together to create Nightfall, a total conversion mod for Dark Souls that will introduce a new world map, a new combat system, and plenty of reworked enemies into a “direct sequel” to Dark Souls. read more


Rhythmic VR workout Beat Saber now has multiplayer

Until now, your only foe in VR sword-slasher Beat Saber was the music. A fight to the death against floating blocks hurled through the void in time to some boppin’ tunes. While you’ll still be decapitating cubes, the latest update for Beat Games’ virtual, musical fencer adds multiplayer, letting you test your moves against up to five other humans making fools of themselves in their living rooms. read more