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The set photos of Game of Thrones season 6 reveal huge spoilers, Jon Snow still alive?

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Since the breath-taking ending of the season 5, Mother’s Milk, every Game of Thrones fan had their own questions about the upcoming season and what else could happen to our beloved characters. “Is Jon Snow really dead?! Obviously he got stabbed too many times but maybe he is not dead” , “Will Daenerys be safe and manage to accomplish her mission?” “Will Cersei seek revenge?” Since the ending, fans took care to spread several and different rumors about what could possibly happen in the next Game of Thrones season. I gotta say, as a big fan I am myself, I am dying to know every single detail about the journey of all the characters.

The Daily Mail dropped the bomb with these photos from the set of the series Game of Thrones. WARNING: The photos reveal huge spoilers! If you aren’t caught up with the show until now, you will be reading at your own risk.

The last episode of the season 5, Mother’s Milk, showed us the tremendous death of our beloved Jon Snow, who got stabbed several times by his brothers from the Night Watch. Even though a lot of important people such as David Benioff, D.B. Weiss or David Nutter, told us over and over again that Jon Snow IS dead, we, the fans cannot simply accept this idea. And today, The Daily Mail gave us the proof.

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Behold. Our Jon Snow, in his Stark uniform on the set of the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. From this photo we can assume he is alive and ready to make his entrance for the Game of Thrones’ season 6.

GoT fans, what do you think of all this?

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Battle Pass for Crash Team Rumble is not necessary to unlock new characters; the upcoming closed beta

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The competitive multiplayer spinoff of Crash Team Rumble, which will be available on both the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, will debut on June 20. A closed beta for the game will be held in the coming weeks, and the good news that character unlocks won’t be dependent on Battle Pass progress was just revealed.

Publisher Activision made its intentions very clear in a lengthy blog post, writing, “New heroes and powers will be unlocked through in-game challenges rather than being connected to the Battle Pass because we want every player to have a balanced experience while enjoying the N. Sane fun that Crash Team Rumble has to offer.” “For those who wish to get a WUMP on the season’s newest looks, Battle Passes will solely reward cosmetic goods; however, cosmetics will still be earnable through participation in seasonal events.”

Those who preorder the platformer/battle royale mix can take part in a limited beta between April 20 and 24. For those who want to jump right in, online matches against other players and practice matches versus AI bots will be offered.

How does Crash Team Rumble strike you? Will you participate in the closed beta test?

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Indie Not on PlayStation Wins BAFTA Game of the Year, Beating PS5, PS4’s Greatest Hits

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God of War Ragnarok and Elden Ring were both beaten out for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) award for Best Game by a tiny little independent title called Vampire Survivors, which isn’t even accessible on PlayStation systems. Do you really believe that?

Putting all lightheartedness aside, Vampire Survivors was something of a phenomenon in 2022, and you would have to be living under a rock (or live offline) to have missed it. It burst into prominence and eventually became a favorite among industry insiders. A fiendishly addictive fundamental gameplay loop hides beneath a deceptively simple exterior, earning developer Luca Galante, aka Poncle, this year’s BAFTA for Game Design as well as another honor.

There hasn’t been any news of the mega-hit coming to PlayStation as of yet, so there’s probably some sort of exclusivity agreement in place or anything else blocking it. Perhaps one day we will be granted access to it, but until then, console yourself with one of the numerous high-end games on our preferred platform, such as The Last of Us, which won Best Game back in 2014.

In slightly related news, Shuhei Yoshida, a PlayStation legend, received a BAFTA Fellowship, the highest honor bestowed by the organization.

What do you think about the Vampire Survivors’ victory—do you believe it was well-deserved or totally absurd?

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On May 17, Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court Expansion will be available on consoles

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While we felt Crusader Kings 3: Console Edition was fantastic when it was launched on the PS5 last year, we were only able to play the base game. We are incredibly grateful that the great Royal Court extension will be coming to consoles. This is a regal proclamation that we could not be more delighted to make.

It’s pretty difficult to switch back after you’ve experienced the conveniences and enhancements that Royal Court offers to the well-stocked table, as anyone who has played Crusader Kings 3 on PC knows. It’s not just for show; players will be able to use trophies and priceless pieces of art to adorn their throne room, which adds a minor RPG system to an already magnificently complex adventure.

If you haven’t already and like the basic Crusader King’s experience, we highly encourage you to give Royal Court a try. This expansion is the ideal reason to jump back in for another round of backroom maneuvering. Are you going to create your own royal court?

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