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5 BIGGEST Game Releases Of December 2019

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Well, we’ve reached the end of 2019, and it has been another excellent year for gaming. Despite everyone wrapping things up and getting ready to relax over the break, there are still some games coming out that are worth keeping an eye on. In this article we’re going to show you 5 games to look forward to this month.

Halo: Reach

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At long last, the final game in the Halo series that Bungie developed will be coming to PC with Halo: Reach. The game serves as a prequel to the games that came before it, telling a heartfelt story about the fall of the planet Reach that was the result of an invasion by the Covenant. Instead of taking control of Master Chief players control Noble Six, a supersoldier with very similar capabilities as the Chief. It’s one of the best installments in the whole series and is well worth checking out when it launches on PC on December 3rd.

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition

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The classic RPG Neverwinter Nights launched for PC all the way back in 2002, but it is set to make a comeback with an Enhanced Edition. While this new version released on PC last year, this will be the first time it will be launching on consoles. It brings a variety of improvements over the original game, which includes the likes of an improved display, a rebuilt multiplayer system and much more. The game will debut on PS4, Xbox One an Nintendo Switch on December 3rd.

Alien: Isolation

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Back in 2014 horror fans got an excellent game in the form of Alien: Isolation, which perfectly captured the tense nature of the first Alien movie. Developer the Creative Assembly ended up delivering perhaps the best Alien game ever, but since then things have been completely silent on a follow-up. However, the game is hopping back into the limelight with an upcoming Switch port, which brings over everything great about the original versions and adds in the perk of being able to play at home or on the go. Alien: Isolation debuts on Nintendo Switch on December 5th.

Darksiders Genesis

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The Darksiders series returned last year with Darksiders III, which introduced the fourth horsemen of the apocalypse named Fury and offered more hack ‘n’ slash gameplay to take part in. Now a new game is set to launch, but it is actually a spin-off prequel that is a top-down RPG. The game follows the fourth and final horsemen named Strife, who is called upon alongside his brother War to save humankind from the doom coming from Lucifer. The game is set to launch on PC on December 5th, though PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch players will need to wait until February 14th, 2020.

Brain Age: Nintendo Switch Training

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Back in the 2000’s the Nintendo Switch was the hottest handheld on the market, offering a unique dual screen display that was a huge hit. It had a variety of unique games in its library, and one such game was Brain Age, which was a game that claimed to make you smarter with the brain games it offered. Players would engage in a series of brain teasers and then would be given a brain age at the end of it, with the idea being to improve your brain age over time. The series has been gone for many years, but it’s set to make a comeback later this month on Nintendo Switch. Very little information is known at this time, but if it’s anything like the DS games then it’s sure to be a lot of fun when it launches on December 27th.

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The cast of the Sonic the Hedgehog 3 film has added an exciting new addition with the inclusion of Shadow, who will be voiced by the talented Keanu Reeves

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After a long wait, it appears that the search for a capable Hollywood actor to bring the brooding Shadow the Hedgehog to life has come to an end. Keanu Reeves, a renowned actor known for his iconic roles in film franchises such as The Matrix and John Wick, as well as his involvement in the highly anticipated game Cyberpunk 2077, has officially been cast for the role.

Speculation has been running wild lately, but The Hollywood Reporter has officially confirmed the casting, citing reliable sources in the know. News of Sonic the Hedgehog 3 being showcased at Cinemacon has quickly spread. Reeves is sure to bring his own special touch to the role, but it’s uncertain how well he will mesh with the mustachioed Dr. Robotnik, as Jim Carrey is set to reprise the character.

What are your thoughts on Keanu Reeves being cast as Shadow the Hedgehog in Sonic the Hedgehog 3? Please avoid sharing fan art in the comments section below.

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Get ready for a metaphorical rollercoaster ride with ReFantazio Livestreams!

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ATLUS has just announced their latest event, the “ATLUS Exclusive: Metaphor: ReFantazio” broadcast. Fans can look forward to an exciting 30-minute showcase of never-before-seen gameplay from the publisher/developer. How exciting is that to anticipate?

According to Gematsu, director Katsura Hashino will serve as the host of the broadcast, which will debut on YouTube on April 22. The English version will include dubbed audio and English subtitles, and we have also expanded the list of timezones available.

  • North America: 3 pm PDT, 4 pm MDT, 5 pm CDT, and 6 pm EDT.
  • UK/Ire: 11pm BST
  • Europe: 12am CEST / 1am EEST
  • Asia/Oceania: 7am JST, 6am AWST, 8am AEST.

Additionally, there is a scheduled stream for the next day, April 23rd, with the specific times listed below. Get ready for the “ATLUS Exclusive Debut Commemoration Special—Metaphor: Stalkers Club Final,” where fans can indulge in the captivating presence of hosts Mafia Kajita and Tomomi Isomura. They will thoroughly analyze and delve into all the information disclosed during the initial broadcast. Sayawaka, a visitor who is the author of the associated manga’s story, will be with them.

  • North America: 7 am PDT, 8 am MDT, 9 am CDT, and 10 am EDT.
  • UK/Ire: 3pm BST
  • Europe: 4pm CEST / 5pm EEST
  • Asia/Oceania: 11pm JST, 10pm AWST, 1am AEDT

What are your thoughts on the influx of information about Metaphor: ReFantazio? Are you planning to watch any of the upcoming broadcasts? Share your authentic thoughts in the comments section below.

 

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Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth’s Retry Wording Has Been Updated in a Subtle Manner

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Despite the numerous praises players have showered upon Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, there is one particular aspect of the game that has garnered nothing but criticism: the perplexing wording of its retry screen, which players encounter when facing a Game Over. Fortunately, the developers have discreetly resolved this issue in the game’s latest patch. They have fixed the Platinum Trophy progression, resulting in a slightly less confusing experience for players.

If you don’t possess exceptional combat abilities, chances are you’ve come across the game’s notorious four options: “Retry from Current Battle, Retry from This Battle, Retry from Before Battle, or Resume.”. As an avid gamer, I must admit that I’ve experienced the frustration of losing precious time due to my own foolish mistake. In this particular instance, I found myself engrossed in fine-tuning my matrix and equipping my party, only to have it all go to waste when I encountered a formidable enemy. To compound my error, I made the ill-advised decision to retry the battle, resulting in an hour of agonizing repetition. Lesson learned!

The “Retry from This Battle” option has become a source of frustration for players who are struggling with the game’s final boss encounter, leading to a significant number of rage-quits. Without giving away any surprises, opting for that choice after being defeated would result in players being sent back to the beginning of the final boss encounter, needlessly forcing them to forfeit approximately an hour’s worth of hard-earned progress in battle.

After the update, players now have the option to select “Retry from the Current Phase” instead of “Retry from Before the Current Battle.”. It’s worth noting that this change is only slightly improved. It’s rather disappointing that the screen is overly convoluted, which may lead to players feeling frustrated. While it’s better late than never, we can’t help but wonder if this issue will persist in the future.

 

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