Smash Bros. Characters Doing Fortnite Emotes Is A Nightmare

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Smash Bros. Characters Doing Fortnite Emotes Is A Nightmare

Super Smash Bros. mods have gotten pretty crazy over the years. If you want to play as Waluigi or make the DK Rap available on every stage, mods have already gotten there. You can also use mods for, well, this.

YouTuber Master of Hyrule asked one of those questions that sounds great when it enters your mind but less when you're knee-deep in it: what would Smash Bros. characters look like doing the Fortnite emotes? Now, of course, Fortnite characters and Smash Bros. characters have different proportions, so using the animation rig for those characters on, say, Pikachu, creates what can only be described as an Eldritch abomination.

Let's hope if Fortnite somehow ever finds a representative in Super Smash Bros., this emote isn't their Final Smash. It might be a little too powerful.

Rockstar Helped Make A Music Video Using Grand Theft Auto V

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Rockstar Helped Make A Music Video Using Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto Online After Hours added a lot of new content to the online portion of the game, including new DJs for the night club management aspects of the game. One of those DJs was the real world DJ Solomun, who has decided to celebrate his inclusion with a music video made in Grand Theft Auto V.

Solomun's newest video, Customer is King, stars the DJ running around town with various trials and tribulations. Rockstar supplied the animation and graphics, making it more of a collaboration than a solo effort.

This makes Rockstar's first official music video, so maybe they'll consider it as a new branch of their business. I mean, where else do you go after having the most profitable piece of media of all time?

Rockstar Helped Make A Music Video Using Grand Theft Auto V

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Rockstar Helped Make A Music Video Using Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto Online After Hours added a lot of new content to the online portion of the game, including new DJs for the night club management aspects of the game. One of those DJs was the real world DJ Solomun, who has decided to celebrate his inclusion with a music video made in Grand Theft Auto V.

Solomun's newest video, Customer is King, stars the DJ running around town with various trials and tribulations. Rockstar supplied the animation and graphics, making it more of a collaboration than a solo effort.

This makes Rockstar's first official music video, so maybe they'll consider it as a new branch of their business. I mean, where else do you go after having the most profitable piece of media of all time?

Fighting EX Layer Adds Terry Bogard And More To Its Roster

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Fighting EX Layer Adds Terry Bogard And More To Its Roster

At Evo 2018, Arika released a trailer for the upcoming plans for their PlayStation 4 fighting game Fighting EX Layer. It turns out one of those plans is Terry Bogard, Fatal Fury's wild man himself.

The trailer, which you can see below, starts off with introductions of Pullum Purna and Vulcano Rosso from the Street Fighter EX series. Arika owned the original characters in those games, which both explains why Capcom never reused any of them and why they're freely used in Fighting EX Layer.

In addition, the game will be getting an arcade version at certain places in North America. The trailer warns that the footage of the arcade version is simulated because its inclusion was added at the last minute, which is an odd thing to mention in a trailer!

Sunny In Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney Reportedly Departs From Minecraft Movie

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Sunny In Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney Reportedly Departs From Minecraft Movie

Back in 2015, we reported that Rob McElhenney was heading the adaptation of Minecraft as director.  Today, The Wrap says that McElhenney has departed from the project, which was originally slated to be released in May 2019. The publication says it received word from McElhenney that his role with the project had come to an end.

McElhenney, who gained fame playing Mac on the raunchy sitcom It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, is the second director to leave the movie, with the first being Shawn Levy who directed Night At The Museum and was a producer on Arrival. The film's current status is unknown.

You can out The Wrap's article for more details. For more on Minecraft, check out our review on Minecraft: Story Mode season two

New Star Trek Series With Patrick Stewart Returning As Picard In Development

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New Star Trek Series With Patrick Stewart Returning As Picard In Development

Hold on to your captain's armchairs, friends. It sounds like we might once again see Patrick Stewart exploring new frontiers. Multiple outlets, including Variety and Deadline, are reporting that Patrick Stewart will reprise his role as Star Trek: The Next Generation's Captain Jean-Luc Picard in a forthcoming Star Trek series.

Stewart reportedly made the announcement at a Star Trek convention in Los Vegas today. Alex Kurtzman, showrunner on Discovery, will be helming this operation to with help from famous author Michael Chabon (The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay).  The show will debut on CBS Access but details about the plot and timeframe are being kept under wraps, except that it is not a reboot.

Variety says that Stewart said the following at the announcement:

We Get Another Look At Persona Q2 With A New Trailer

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We Get Another Look At Persona Q2 With A New Trailer

Another trailer for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth has arrived and while there's no new gameplay footage, we do get to see some beautifully animated scenes...as well as an unexpected guest. You can watch the teaser yourself down below and spy some old pals once more, as well as spooky theaters:

Did you catch the woman at the end? She was the playable protagonist of the PSP version of Persona 3: Persona 3 Portable. Wonder how she's gotten herself into this mess.

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth has a Japanese release date of November 29. No word yet on a Western release.

We Get Another Look At Persona Q2 With A New Trailer

about X hours ago from
We Get Another Look At Persona Q2 With A New Trailer

Another trailer for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth has arrived and while there's no new gameplay footage, we do get to see some beautifully animated scenes...as well as an unexpected guest. You can watch the teaser yourself down below and spy some old pals once more, as well as spooky theaters:

Did you catch the woman at the end? She was the playable protagonist of the PSP version of Persona 3: Persona 3 Portable. Wonder how she's gotten herself into this mess.

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth has a Japanese release date of November 29. No word yet on a Western release.

Blizzard Shows Off Summer Games Skins For Overwatch's D.Va and Reinhardt

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Blizzard Shows Off Summer Games Skins For Overwatch's D.Va and Reinhardt

The Summer Games event for Overwatch will soon be upon us and today Blizzard teased just a little bit more of what players can expect to find in those sweet loot boxes. Widowmaker's skin was shown off in the previous trailer for the event, but today we got a look at new skins for both D.Va and Reinhardt.

Here's a look at both of them:

Break enemy lines with Gridironhardt Reinhardt (Legendary)!

What To Watch This Weekend: Evo, League Of Legends, And Rainbow Six Siege

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What To Watch This Weekend: Evo, League Of Legends, And Rainbow Six Siege

The table is cleared for Evo to take over Las Vegas this weekend, as thousands of fighting game fans descend on the scene's biggest tournament for another year. But that doesn't mean other games don't have some events going on!

Evo is the premiere fighting game event of the year, so if you're at all curious about what the big fuss about fighting games is, this is a fantastic place to start. Street Fighter V, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Tekken 7, and more all have events at the show, and Sunday looks to be fantastic. (Streams and Schedule)

If you're not a fighting fan, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's big major this weekend is in Shanghai, so you can catch all the shooter action you want as long you're willing to keep up with time zone differences or are willing to wait for the archives. (Stream/ Schedule