Ashe Is Now Available In Overwatch's Competitive Play

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Ashe Is Now Available In Overwatch's Competitive Play

After a short test run in quick play, Ashe and her loyal butler B.O.B. are now killing players' season ranks in competitive play. This means all 29 heroes are readily available, and you can expect to see dramatically different team compositions moving forward. If quick play taught us anything about Ashe, a popular team consists of Doomfist and her as DPS, Orisa and Hammond as tanks, and Ana and Mercy lending support. Yes, it's going to be sniper city moving forward.

Have you played with Ashe yet? Do you like what she and B.O.B. bring to the competition? Let us know your thoughts on this exciting new character in the comments section below.

Ashe Is Now Available In Overwatch's Competitive Play

about X hours ago from
Ashe Is Now Available In Overwatch's Competitive Play

After a short test run in quick play, Ashe and her loyal butler B.O.B. are now killing players' season ranks in competitive play. This means all 29 heroes are readily available, and you can expect to see dramatically different team compositions moving forward. If quick play taught us anything about Ashe, a popular team consists of Doomfist and her as DPS, Orisa and Hammond as tanks, and Ana and Mercy lending support. Yes, it's going to be sniper city moving forward.

Have you played with Ashe yet? Do you like what she and B.O.B. bring to the competition? Let us know your thoughts on this exciting new character in the comments section below.

Himura Kenshin and Makoto Shishio Cross Swords In New Jump Force Trailer

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Himura Kenshin and Makoto Shishio Cross Swords In New Jump Force Trailer

The latest Jump Force trailer has revealed the character models and attacks for their new additions to the Shonen Jump brawler. Last week Bandai Namco announced that characters from the anime/manga Rurouni Kenshin would be joining the roster. The new trailer shows off the sword-based attacks of protagonist Himura Kenshin and Kyoto arc antagonist, Makoto Shishio.

Released as a manga in 1994, the story of Rurouni Kenshin follows Kenshin, a former assassin who in later life swears off his murderous past and becomes a wandering swordsman who pursues justice without taking lives. To do so he has the lethal edge of his katana turned inward making killing with it practically impossible. The antagonist Makoto Shishio, was likewise an assassin before being burned alive by the government, forcing him to adopt his covered-in-bandages look.

The trailer seems to give us a glimpse of Shishio's fiery finishing move, as well as Kenshin's ultimate slice among other moves.

Himura Kenshin and Makoto Shishio Cross Swords In New Jump Force Trailer

about X hours ago from
Himura Kenshin and Makoto Shishio Cross Swords In New Jump Force Trailer

The latest Jump Force trailer has revealed the character models and attacks for their new additions to the Shonen Jump brawler. Last week Bandai Namco announced that characters from the anime/manga Rurouni Kenshin would be joining the roster. The new trailer shows off the sword-based attacks of protagonist Himura Kenshin and Kyoto arc antagonist, Makoto Shishio.

Released as a manga in 1994, the story of Rurouni Kenshin follows Kenshin, a former assassin who in later life swears off his murderous past and becomes a wandering swordsman who pursues justice without taking lives. To do so he has the lethal edge of his katana turned inward making killing with it practically impossible. The antagonist Makoto Shishio, was likewise an assassin before being burned alive by the government, forcing him to adopt his covered-in-bandages look.

The trailer seems to give us a glimpse of Shishio's fiery finishing move, as well as Kenshin's ultimate slice among other moves.

Just Cause 4's New Trailer Has The Baddies Asking 'One Man Did All This?'

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Just Cause 4's New Trailer Has The Baddies Asking 'One Man Did All This?'

You'll be able to play the one-man wrecking crew and leader of The Army of Chaos, Rico Rodriguez, when Just Cause 4 comes out next week. Three years after Just Cause 3, the fourth entry in the over-the-top action-adventure game is just around the corner and has already gone gold. To celebrate Avalanche Studios and Square Enix released a live-action trailer that gives us a hilarious glimpse of the enemies' stories about Rico Rodriguez.

In a struggle not unlike describing video games to a non-gamer, this trailer shows low ranking Black Hand soldiers attempting to explain how a man riding a tornado was able to destroy an entire base by himself to their incredulous and angry boss. The enemy soldiers get more and more enthusiastic about Rico's exploits – flying in on a tornado, infiltrating the base like a panther, and creatively using the environment to take them out – before their leader silences them with a gunshot. 

Just Cause 4 releases on December 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. If you missed the last high-flying trailer for the game, you can check it out right here. Also, make sure you don't miss our impressions of the deliriously fun demo.

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You'll be able to play the one-man wrecking crew and leader of The Army of Chaos, Rico Rodriguez, when Just Cause 4 comes out next week. Three years after Just Cause 3, the fourth entry in the over-the-top action-adventure game is just around the corner and has already gone gold. To celebrate Avalanche Studios and Square Enix released a live-action trailer that gives us a hilarious glimpse of the enemies' stories about Rico Rodriguez.

In a struggle not unlike describing video games to a non-gamer, this trailer shows low ranking Black Hand soldiers attempting to explain how a  man riding a tornado was able to destroy an entire base by himself to their incredulous and angry boss. The enemy soldiers' get more and more enthusiastic about Rico's exploits – flying in on a tornado, infiltrating the base like a panther, and creatively using the environment to take them out – before their leader silences them with a gunshot in the air. 

Just Cause 4 releases on December 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. If you missed the last high-flying trailer for the game, you can check it out right here. Also, make sure you don't miss our impressions of the deliriously fun demo.

Ubisoft Reveals Assassin's Creed Odyssey's First Post-Launch Story Arc

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Ubisoft Reveals Assassin's Creed Odyssey's First Post-Launch Story Arc

A few months back, Ubisoft announced their DLC plans for Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which included remasters of two older Assassin's Creed games and two DLC journeys that Ubisoft dubbed "Story Arcs." The first of those story arcs, Legacy of the First Blade, starts with its own first episode on December 4.

You can check out the trailer for the post-launch story arc below.

The first episode, Hunted, launches on December 4 on all platforms. The story arc has two more episodes after Hunted, though they have not yet been specifically dated, titled Shadow Heritage and Bloodline and will be coming in early 2019. The story arc will lead Kassandra or Alexios "to encounter Darius, the legend who was first to wield the Assassin’s Hidden Blade." 

Ubisoft Reveals Assassin's Creed Odyssey's First Post-Launch Story Arc

about X hours ago from
Ubisoft Reveals Assassin's Creed Odyssey's First Post-Launch Story Arc

A few months back, Ubisoft announced their DLC plans for Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which included remasters of two older Assassin's Creed games and two DLC journeys that Ubisoft dubbed "Story Arcs." The first of those story arcs, Legacy of the First Blade, starts with its own first episode on December 4.

You can check out the trailer for the post-launch story arc below.

The first episode, Hunted, launches on December 4 on all platforms. The story arc has two more episodes after Hunted, though they have not yet been specifically dated, titled Shadow Heritage and Bloodline and will be coming in early 2019. The story arc will lead Kassandra or Alexios "to encounter Darius, the legend who was first to wield the Assassin’s Hidden Blade." 

Bethesda Facing Possible Class-Action Lawsuit Over Fallout 76

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Bethesda Facing Possible Class-Action Lawsuit Over Fallout 76

The tale of Fallout 76 has been a strange one since its first reveal at E3. Even at the time, it seems Bethesda knew that fans would be uneasy with the new take on Fallout by how often they couched introductions of the game with assurances that it was still Fallout at its heart. One reaction Bethesda probably did not see coming, however, is a class-action lawsuit over the game's buggy nature and Bethesda's reticence to provide refunds.

The law firm Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating and soliciting clients for a possible class action lawsuit against Bethesda over Fallout 76. According to the firm's class action page, they're hoping to represent players who bought the game and were unhappy with the quality level of the product from a technical perspective. More to the point, they are alleging that Bethesda is refusing refunds on the product.

"While minor bugs and glitches are expected with the release of most new games, Fallout 76 launched with a 56GB patch that has proven to be but a starting point for the game’s problems," the firm writes on the suit solicitation page. "Gamers who have tried to receive a refund because of the game’s myriad glitches have been unable to do so since they downloaded the game, leaving them to deal with an unplayable experience until patches bring it back to a playable state."

Bethesda Facing Possible Class-Action Lawsuit Over Fallout 76

about X hours ago from
Bethesda Facing Possible Class-Action Lawsuit Over Fallout 76

The tale of Fallout 76 has been a strange one since its first reveal at E3. Even at the time, it seems Bethesda knew that fans would be uneasy with the new take on Fallout by how often they couched introductions of the game with assurance that it was still Fallout at its heart. One reaction Bethesda probably did not see coming, however, is the idea that a class-action lawsuit over the game's buggy nature and Bethesda's reticence to provide refunds.

The law firm Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating and soliciting clients for a possible class action lawsuit against Bethesda over Fallout 76. According to the firm's class action page, they're hoping to represent players who bought the game and were unhappy with the quality level of the product from a technical perspective. More to the point, they are alleging that Bethesda is refusing refunds on the product.

"While minor bugs and glitches are expected with the release of most new games, Fallout 76 launched with a 56GB patch that has proven to be but a starting point for the game’s problems," the firm writes on the suit solicitation page. "Gamers who have tried to receive a refund because of the game’s myriad glitches have been unable to do so since they downloaded the game, leaving them to deal with an unplayable experience until patches bring it back to a playable state."