New Dragon Ball Super: Broly Character Posters Confirm Goten And Trunks Appearances

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New Dragon Ball Super: Broly Character Posters Confirm Goten And Trunks Appearances

Dragon Ball Super's next movie, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, has been hyped since release. While we knew that the movie would at least include Broly, Goku, Vegeta, and Freeza, a new set of character posters released by TOEI also confirm Trunks, Goten, and Bulma are involved.

In a story about the history of the Saiyan race, it makes sense that Trunks and Goten would also get some screen time, but Bulma is an inclusion people are keeping their eye on. While she remains an important character in the Dragon Ball universe, Bulma's longtime voice actress Hiromi Tsuru died last November, having voiced the character since her first appearance in 1986. She is being replaced by veteran voice actress Aya Hisakawa, who is best known for voicing Sailor Mercury in the classic show Sailor Moon.

While Akira Toriyama is writing the script and doing the movie's character designs, TOEI has confirmed that Tatsuya Nagamine will be directing. Nagamine is best known as the director of One Piece Film Z, one of the better-liked One Piece movies. Dragon Ball Super: Broly releases later this year in Japan with Funimation planning to air the movie in American theaters in January.

New Dragon Ball Super: Broly Character Posters Confirm Goten And Trunks Appearances

about X hours ago from
New Dragon Ball Super: Broly Character Posters Confirm Goten And Trunks Appearances

Dragon Ball Super's next movie, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, has been hyped since release. While we knew that the movie would at least include Broly, Goku, Vegeta, and Freeza, a new set of character posters released by TOEI also confirm Trunks, Goten, and Bulma are involved.

In a story about the history of the Saiyan race, it makes sense that Trunks and Goten would also get some screen time, but Bulma is an inclusion people are keeping their eye on. While she remains an important character in the Dragon Ball universe, Bulma's longtime voice actress Hiromi Tsuru died last November, having voiced the character since her first appearance in 1986. She is being replaced by veteran voice actress Aya Hisakawa, who is best known for voicing Sailor Mercury in the classic show Sailor Moon.

While Akira Toriyama is writing the script and doing the movie's character designs, TOEI has confirmed that Tatsuya Nagamine will be directing. Nagamine is best known as the director of One Piece Film Z, one of the better-liked One Piece movies. Dragon Ball Super: Broly releases later this year in Japan with Funimation planning to air the movie in American theaters in January.

Monster Hunter: World Gets A Rathian-Sized Opening Day On Steam

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Monster Hunter: World Gets A Rathian-Sized Opening Day On Steam

A long seven months after its console release, PC players are finally getting to jump into Monster Hunter: World. And despite this being the first time a Monster Hunter game has appeared on the system, it's received a massive welcoming committee; over 240 thousand people were online concurrently shortly after release. By player count, the game is by far Steam's biggest new release of 2018.

We said that the PC version "provides the same great hunting and gathering loops console players dove into earlier this year," with the added benefit of flexible resolutions and frame rates, and hugely shortened load times. Although the system requirements are relatively high, that clearly hasn't stopped hundreds of thousands of people from digging into the game's deep systems. 

Much of Monster Hunter: World's lasting appeal has come from challenging new monsters designed to be taken on by full hunting parties. Capcom has promised that these will be trotted out for PC players soon, which should hopefully maintain the game's high engagement. 

Monster Hunter: World Gets A Rathian-Sized Opening Day On Steam

about X hours ago from
Monster Hunter: World Gets A Rathian-Sized Opening Day On Steam

A long seven months after its console release, PC players are finally getting to jump into Monster Hunter: World. And despite this being the first time a Monster Hunter game has appeared on the system, it's received a massive welcoming committee; over 240 thousand people were online concurrently shortly after release. By player count, the game is by far Steam's biggest new release of 2018.

We said that the PC version "provides the same great hunting and gathering loops console players dove into earlier this year," with the added benefit of flexible resolutions and frame rates, and hugely shortened load times. Although the system requirements are relatively high, that clearly hasn't stopped hundreds of thousands of people from digging into the game's deep systems. 

Much of Monster Hunter: World's lasting appeal has come from challenging new monsters designed to be taken on by full hunting parties. Capcom has promised that these will be trotted out for PC players soon, which should hopefully maintain the game's high engagement. 

Cuphead Sells Three Million Copies

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Cuphead Sells Three Million Copies

Studio MDHR, the developers behind the highly acclaimed Cuphead, have announced that the indie 2D platformer has sold three million copies since its release last year.

It's been a fairly long journey from Cuphead, which had been shown at multiple Microsoft E3 press conferences. The game was lauded for its fantastic art style, but faced skepticism for its boss rush structure, leading to some time spent on additional content. The game was well liked when it first released, reaching the one million milestone within weeks and then two million not long after.

At E3, a new DLC expansion was announced for the game with a third playable character and new bosses scheduled for release in 2019. You can find the trailer for the DLC below.

Cuphead Sells Three Million Copies

about X hours ago from
Cuphead Sells Three Million Copies

Studio MDHR, the developers behind the highly acclaimed Cuphead, have announced that the indie 2D platformer has sold three million copies since its release last year.

It's been a fairly long journey for Cuphead, which had been shown at multiple Microsoft E3 press conferences. The game was lauded for its fantastic art style, but faced skepticism for its boss rush structure, leading to some time spent on additional content. The game was well liked when it first released, reaching the one million milestone within weeks and then two million not long after.

At E3, a new DLC expansion was announced for the game with a third playable character and new bosses scheduled for release in 2019. You can find the trailer for the DLC below.

Steep Is No Longer Coming To Switch

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Steep Is No Longer Coming To Switch

We liked Steep when it launched during the tail end of 2016, but things have been a bit strange for the snowboarding title since then, with a mix of regular updates and just a hint of spicy politics. The latest part of the saga is the quiet confirmation the game will no longer be heading to Nintendo's hybrid console.

The news comes from an unceremonious announcement from the game's Twitter account, which replied to a question from a fan asking for any updates on the Switch version of steep.

"We are wholly dedicated to support the live game, and made the decision to stop Steep development on the Nintendo Switch platform to focus on bringing new live content and challenges to Steep players instead." The company tweeted.

Steep Is No Longer Coming To Switch

about X hours ago from
Steep Is No Longer Coming To Switch

We liked Steep when it launched during the tail end of 2016, but things have been a bit strange for the snowboarding title since then, with a mix of regular updates and just a hint of spicy politics. The latest part of the saga is the quiet confirmation the game will no longer be heading to Nintendo's hybrid console.

The news comes from an unceremonious announcement from the game's Twitter account, which replied to a question from a fan asking for any updates on the Switch version of steep.

"We are wholly dedicated to support the live game, and made the decision to stop Steep development on the Nintendo Switch platform to focus on bringing new live content and challenges to Steep players instead." The company tweeted.

Android Finally Gets A Fortnite Beta

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Android Finally Gets A Fortnite Beta

The beta for Fortnite on Android devices starts today, with Samsung Galaxy users being the first able to log on and jump into the action. Later on, Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4 owners can play and get the Galaxy outfit.  The select devices currently supported are: 

The beta will become available to other Android devices in the coming days, and those looking to jump in as soon as possible can sign up here. In a bold move, Epic is eschewing the Google Play Store and releasing Fortnite directly through Fortnite.com.

The other devices the beta will be coming to are: 

Android Finally Gets A Fortnite Beta

about X hours ago from
Android Finally Gets A Fortnite Beta

The beta for Fortnite on Android devices starts today, with Samsung Galaxy users being the first able to log on and jump into the action. Later on, Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4 owners can play and get the Galaxy outfit.  The select devices currently supported are: 

The beta will become available to other Android devices in the coming days, and those looking to jump in as soon as possible can sign up here. In a bold move, Epic is eschewing the Google Play Store and releasing Fortnite directly through Fortnite.com.

The other devices the beta will be coming to are: