Gale Force, The Next DLC Character For My Hero One's Justice, Arrives Tomorrow

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Gale Force, The Next DLC Character For My Hero One's Justice, Arrives Tomorrow

Bandai Namco is not shy about adding DLC characters to its fighting games, whether it's adding 2B or Negan to their banner fighting games, or going in heavy on the Saiyans in Dragon Ball FighterZ. That stays true in My Hero One's Justice, where Bandai Namco has already introduced the fire-based superhero Endeavor as pre-order DLC and has now announced Gale Force as the next character for the roster.

Inasa Yoarashi will be coming to all versions of the game on November 14, bringing his wind-based powers to the 3D fighting game. Gale Force is a first-year student at Shiketsu High School and stands out as the top of his class, though mysteriously withdrew his application from U.A. despite being a shoo-in for admission.

Gale Force comes along with a mission pack, much like Endeavor did when he became available. Bandai Namco has not announced pricing for the character, but previous characters have released at $2.99.

Couple Ordered To Pay Nintendo $12 Million For Running Illegal ROM Sites

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Couple Ordered To Pay Nintendo $12 Million For Running Illegal ROM Sites

Arizona couple Jacob Matthias and Cristian Matthias have been ordered to pay over $12 million to Nintendo for running the pirated ROM sites, LoveROMS.com and LoveRetro.co. The couple admitted to copyright and trademark infringement, and allegedly settled on the lofty judgement rather than risk losing more in a suit Nintendo brought forth in July.

Many have speculated that the high figure is meant to deter other sites from offering pirated ROMs, and indeed many other sites have shutdown following Nintendo's legal action.  

Loveroms once offered pirated ROMs of games like Pokémon Yellow, Donkey Kong Country, and Mario Kart 64. The site has since shutdown and now only offers a simple message titled, “Apology to Nintendo.”

Gale Force, The Next DLC Character For My Hero One's Justice, Arrives Tomorrow

about X hours ago from
Gale Force, The Next DLC Character For My Hero One's Justice, Arrives Tomorrow

Bandai Namco is not shy about adding DLC characters to its fighting games, whether it's adding 2B or Negan to their banner fighting games, or going in heavy on the Saiyans in Dragon Ball FighterZ. That stays true in My Hero One's Justice, where Bandai Namco has already introduced the fire-based superhero Endeavor as pre-order DLC and has now announced Gale Force as the next character for the roster.

Inasa Yoarashi will be coming to all versions of the game on November 14, bringing his wind-based powers to the 3D fighting game. Gale Force is a first-year student at Shiketsu High School and stands out as the top of his class, though mysteriously withdrew his application from U.A. despite being a shoo-in for admission.

Gale Force comes along with a mission pack, much like Endeavor did when he became available. Bandai Namco has not announced pricing for the character, but previous characters have released at $2.99.

Couple Ordered To Pay Nintendo $12 Million For Running Illegal ROM Sites

about X hours ago from
Couple Ordered To Pay Nintendo $12 Million For Running Illegal ROM Sites

Arizona couple Jacob Matthias and Cristian Matthias have been ordered to pay over $12 million to Nintendo for running the pirated ROM sites, LoveROMS.com and LoveRetro.co. The couple admitted to copyright and trademark infringement, and allegedly settled on the lofty judgement rather than risk losing more in a suit Nintendo brought forth in July.

Many have speculated that the high figure is meant to deter other sites from offering pirated ROMs, and indeed many other sites have shutdown following Nintendo's legal action.  

Loveroms once offered pirated ROMs of games like Pokémon Yellow, Donkey Kong Country, and Mario Kart 64. The site has since shutdown and now only offers a simple message titled, “Apology to Nintendo.”

Bethesda Clarifies Which Achievements Carry Over From Fallout 76's Beta

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Bethesda Clarifies Which Achievements Carry Over From Fallout 76's Beta

The Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. (Break It Early Test Application) allowed players to carry their progress into the game which was set to release tomorrow (but had a stealth launch). Unfortunately, not every achievement makes that transfer. Luckily, Bethesda VP Pete Hines took to twitter to explain how to gain achievements and trophies after launch.

The essential problem that beta achievements don't official register. In order to collect those trophies, you have to replay certain sections with a new character. All progress, like experience and weapons, will carry over to the launched game. 

Fallout 76 is out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A large day-one patch addresses the problems players ran into during the beta. We spent three hours exploring the B.E.T.A. for Bethesda's online multiplayer. Here is what the world looks like in action. 

Bethesda Clarifies Which Achievements Carry Over From Fallout 76's Beta

about X hours ago from
Bethesda Clarifies Which Achievements Carry Over From Fallout 76's Beta

The Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. (Break It Early Test Application) allowed players to carry their progress into the game which was set to release tomorrow (but had a stealth launch). Unfortunately, not every achievement makes that transfer. Luckily, Bethesda VP Pete Hines took to twitter to explain how to gain achievements and trophies after launch.

The essential problem that beta achievements don't official register. In order to collect those trophies, you have to replay certain sections with a new character. All progress, like experience and weapons, will carry over to the launched game. 

Fallout 76 is out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A large day-one patch addresses the problems players ran into during the beta. We spent three hours exploring the B.E.T.A. for Bethesda's online multiplayer. Here is what the world looks like in action. 

Bethesda Clarifies Which Achievements Carry Over From Fallout 76's Beta

about X hours ago from
Bethesda Clarifies Which Achievements Carry Over From Fallout 76's Beta

The Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. (Break It Early Test Application) allowed players to carry their progress into the game which was set to release tomorrow (but had a stealth launch). Unfortunately, not every achievement makes that transfer. Luckily, Bethesda VP Pete Hines took to twitter to explain how to gain achievements and trophies after launch.

The essential problem is that beta achievements don't officially register. In order to collect those trophies, you have to replay certain sections with a new character. All progress, like experience and weapons, will carry over to the launched game. 

Fallout 76 is out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A large day-one patch addresses the problems players ran into during the beta. We spent three hours exploring the B.E.T.A. for Bethesda's online multiplayer. Here is what the world looks like in action. 

Fallout 76 Is Now Live And Playable

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Fallout 76 Is Now Live And Playable

Bethesda Softworks' open-world multiplayer experiment, Fallout 76, was set to go live at midnight tonight, but the game is already live and players around the world are diving into its post-apocalyptic world.

We've tested a standard retail disc and were able to play, and a number of Twitch streamers are also showing off their playthrough. Online stores still list Fallout 76 for pre-order, but if you got your copy early somehow (as some people on Twitter have reported) then you should be able to start playing today. 

The Game Awards Announces 2018 Nominees

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The Game Awards Announces 2018 Nominees

Each year, Geoff Keighley puts on The Game Awards, a celebration of the best games of the year and a look forward at the exciting things to come. This year's show is on Thursday, December 6 at 8:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM PT.

Today Keighley announced nominees across 30 categories, and below are many of those nominees:

Game of the Year

The Game Awards Announces 2018 Nominees

about X hours ago from
The Game Awards Announces 2018 Nominees

Each year, Geoff Keighley puts on The Game Awards, a celebration of the best games of the year and a look forward at the exciting things to come. This year's show is on Thursday, December 6 at 8:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM PT.

Today Keighley announced nominees across 30 categories, and below are many of those nominees:

Game of the Year