How To Find All Of Inside’s Hidden Rooms And The Alternate Ending

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Inside releases today on Xbox One and it's fantastic. It's also full of secrets, and we found all of them (or at least we think we have).

The video below is full of spoilers, and you should absolutely play Inside spoiler-free before watching. If, however, you have beaten the game and need some help finding all of the hidden rooms, or you just want to see the game's other ending, you will find it below. All of the hidden rooms can be shown where they are, but there are a few secrets that require a little explanation, so don't be alarmed when you hear my voice appear. As an added bonus, finding all the hidden rooms will also unlock all the game's Achievements.

Inside is the new game from the makers of Limbo and it's out today on Xbox One (It's out on July 7 on PC). You can find our review, where we gave it a 9.75 here.

Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens – All 200+ Characters Revealed!

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Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens – All 200+ Characters Revealed!

Yes, BB-8 is the best character of the bunch, but I think you'll be surprised by the other characters that rise to the surface. Athgar Heece? Ever hear of him? I used him just as much as Rey, Finn, and Han Solo. What about Crusher Roodown? He rocks as well. The gargantuan roster of 200-plus characters included in Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is loaded with surprises.

So consider this your SPOILER warning. The video below shows off each character in action for a few seconds. There are a handful of strange additions that I think you'll get a kick out of. Also, check out my review for a rundown of what you can expect from this title.

Science-Fiction Weekly – The Technomancer Impressions, Independence Day: Resurgence Review

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Science-Fiction Weekly – The Technomancer Impressions, Independence Day: Resurgence Review

If you haven't read Entertainment Weekly's excellent cover story for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story yet, put aside a good hour of your time to dive into their extensive coverage. EW confronts director Gareth Edwards on the reshoot rumors (which we now know were blown way out of proportion), and dives deep into the film's lore to bring us new character details, including the surprising addition of Saw Gerrera.

Who is Saw, you may ask? He is a rebel extremist who first appeared in the fifth season of the Clone Wars animated series. George Lucas originally created Saw for a live-action television series, but it never got off of the ground, and he didn't want this character to be forgotten, and found a way to slot him into the Clone Wars. Saw is making the jump to the silver screen in Rogue One, and will be brought to life by Forest Whitaker. Introducing crossover characters in the film universe is a smart move by Lucasfilm, as it elevates the canonical ties to the books and animated series. Fans now know that everything is truly interconnected. Marvel should follow suit with its Cinematic Universe and bring Daredevil, Luke Cage, and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to the big screen in some capacity, even if it is for the briefest of cameos.

Ask Infinity Ward Anything About Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

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Ask Infinity Ward Anything About Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

As the end of our month of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare coverage approaches, we're planning a special edition of the GI Show podcast where we'll sit down with Infinity Ward to go over any remaining questions we have for the game.

But we also want to get as many community questions in as we can. What are you still curious about since the announcement of Infinite Warfare and the E3 showing? Is there something we haven't covered this month that you're dying to know? 

Leave your thoughts and questions in the comments below!

Test Chamber – See How Han And Chewie Captured Those Rathtar Things In Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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Test Chamber – See How Han And Chewie Captured Those Rathtar Things In Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is out this week, giving Star Wars fans a chance to play through the events from the movie. It also plays host to several canonical missions that expand on the film's lore. In this episode, Jeff Cork and Andrew Reiner play through a level that explains how the fierce rathtar creatures ended up on Han and Chewie's freighter. Spoiler: It involves a tiny model of the Millennium Falcon?

As you might expect, TT Fusion strikes a balance between reverence and silliness, highlighting what makes the films and characters so memorable while adding plenty of slapstick moments. The episode highlights some of the access that the studio was able to get, which included rounding up the original cast and getting them to record new dialogue just for the game. Surprisingly enough, Harrison Ford seems into it, too. Acting!

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Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens – All 200+ Characters Revealed!

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Yes, BB-8 is the best character of the bunch, but I think you'll be surprised by the other characters that rise to the surface. Athgar Heece? Ever hear of him? I used him just as much as Rey, Finn, and Han Solo. What about Crusher Roodown? He rocks as well. The gargantuan roster of 200-plus characters included in Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is loaded with surprises.

So consider this your SPOILER warning. The video below shows off each character in action for a few seconds. There are a handful of strange additions that I think you'll get a kick out of. Also, check out my review for a rundown of what you can expect from this title.

The Sports Desk – Exclusive NASCAR Heat Evolution Video & PES 2017 Contest!

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The NASCAR license has ping-ponged around, from EA having the license for a time to then Eutechnyx. Now it's in the hands of Dusenberry Martin Racing, who've renewed a partnership with the old NASCAR Heat studio Monster Games. The pair resume their partnership for NASCAR Heat Evolution (PS4, Xbox One, PC), and today the developer has released the first behind-the-scenes developer diary talking about this momentous return.

Monster Games' president Rich Garcia and Dusenberry Martin Racing co-founder Ed Martin worked together back on the original NASCAR Heat, and Martin has long had it in mind to get this partnership back together. In May 2014 Martin got the sense that then-license holder Eutechnyx was going to get out. He called former colleague Tom Dusenberry, and they decided to form their publishing company and go after the rights. Dusenberry Martin Racing was formed on January 1, 2015. Martin says his second call was to Monster Games president Rich Garcia. Martin says Garcia's first answer was, "No." Garcia and Monster Games were working on a Nintendo game at the time, but Martin says he knew that "it was the challenge that we both wanted to do again."

The Virtual Life: Dark Souls, Escapism, And Hard Times

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In this week's The Virtual Life, I'm jabbering on about interactive escapist experiences and Dark Souls. And me, I guess.

I have a coffee shop close to my apartment called Caffeto. To get there, you go down two flights of stairs, walk a block, take a right, another right, walk two more blocks, take a left, and suddenly you've arrived. It’s a nice little place, adorned with paintings of pirate ships and ragged furniture, but the way there is filled with danger, mostly because it gives me time to think about things. Today, as I stepped past shattered and graffitied sidewalk, I found myself thinking about the old life and who I was before I moved to Minnesota in the winter take this job.

And now, inevitably, I’m thinking of Lordran.

The Virtual Life: Dark Souls, Escapism, And Hard Times

about X hours ago from

In this week's The Virtual Life, I'm jabbering on about interactive escapist experiences and Dark Souls. And me, I guess.

I have a coffee shop close to my apartment called Caffeto. To get there, you go down two flights of stairs, walk a block, take a right, another right, walk two more blocks, take a left, and suddenly you've arrived. It’s a nice little place, adorned with paintings of pirate ships and ragged furniture, but the way there is filled with danger, mostly because it gives me time to think about things. Today, as I stepped past shattered and graffitied sidewalk, I found myself thinking about the old life and who I was before I moved to Minnesota in the winter take this job.

And now, inevitably, I’m thinking of Lordran.