Will Wright's New Game Delves Into Your Memories

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Will Wright's New Game Delves Into Your Memories

SimCity/Sims creator and all-around genius Will Wright is working on a new Unity-based mobile title with developers Gallium Artists, and he wants you to get involved.

The title is called Proxi, and Wright says it will manifest players' own memories and even subconscious to build interactable worlds.

Wright and Gallium are looking for an artist to help bring the game to life through a contest sponsored by Unity, which you can find more about here.

Broly And Bardock Coming To Dragon Ball FighterZ Next Week

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Broly And Bardock Coming To Dragon Ball FighterZ Next Week

Last month, Bandai Namco teased that Broly and Bardock were coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ, but now we have an actual for the DLC duo. What are you doing next week?

More precisely, the characters are coming to the fighting game on March 28. They're the first of eight planned premium characters for the game, and are included in the game's $34.99 season pass.

Take a look at the new trailer below to get an extended look at how Goku's pop fares in combat. Spoiler: He is a strong guy.

New GTA Online Racing Mode Kicks Off Season Of New Content

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New GTA Online Racing Mode Kicks Off Season Of New Content

Rockstar Games has started the GTA Online: Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series, a season of new content featuring two new racing modes, Adversary modes, five cars, and more.

Hotring Circuit is styled after stock car racing, with 10 races among 30 competitors on the Hotring Sabre track, and it's available now.

On April 3rd, Target Assault mode drops, and it's a race made up of eight teams of two players each. Gunners hit targets for points while drivers jockey for position over multiple laps.

PSA: PUBG Now Available On iOS And Android

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PSA: PUBG Now Available On iOS And Android

The massively popular Player Unknown'sBattlegrounds is now available on both iOS and Android. BlueHole announced the game's release on its Twitter account a few hours ago:

The true Battle Royale experience is now on your phone.
PUBG Mobile is available for iOS and Android in the US today. More regions will be announced at a later date. pic.twitter.com/RiyUWVdpQn

This version is free-to-play. We haven't played the mobile version yet so we can't speak to its performance quality.

PSA: PUBG Now Available On iOS And Android

about X hours ago from
PSA: PUBG Now Available On iOS And Android

The massively popular Player Unknown'sBattlegrounds is now available on both iOS and Android. BlueHole announced the game's release on its Twitter account a few hours ago:

The true Battle Royale experience is now on your phone.
PUBG Mobile is available for iOS and Android in the US today. More regions will be announced at a later date. pic.twitter.com/RiyUWVdpQn

This version is free-to-play. We haven't played the mobile version yet so we can't speak to its performance quality.

Beautiful Fan Art Pays Tribute To The Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Beautiful Fan Art Pays Tribute To The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Infinity War shall be upon us soon, and with it, fan hype is rising quickly. Artist Kode LGX paid tribute to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with this incredible looking homage to The Last Supper.

Like  Da Vinci's The Last Supper, LGX's The Last Shawarma (a humorous reference to the post-credits sequence of the first Avengers film) is packed to the brim with details for those who look closely. Look long enough and you might just find an insect-sized surprised.

You can look at the full-sized piece of art right here:

Beautiful Fan Art Pays Tribute To The Marvel Cinematic Universe

about X hours ago from
Beautiful Fan Art Pays Tribute To The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Infinity War shall be upon us soon, and with it, fan hype is rising quickly. Artist Kode LGX paid tribute to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with this incredible looking homage to The Last Supper.

Like  Da Vinci's The Last Supper, LGX's The Last Shawarma (a humorous reference to the post-credits sequence of the first Avengers film) is packed to the brim with details for those who look closely. Look long enough and you might just find an insect-sized surprised.

You can look at the full-sized piece of art right here:

Atari Pulls The Curtain Back On New Console That Bridges The Old With The New

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Atari Pulls The Curtain Back On New Console That Bridges The Old With The New

Much like Bubsy's puzzling return from obscurity with Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back, there's been an air of great confusion surrounding Atari's unexpected resurgence to penetrate the video game market with a new console. A crowd-sourced campaign on Indiegogo was originally planned for the system with modern and retro design variants, but the project was put on hold when "one key element" snagged the publisher's progress with no word since then. With PC architecture running on open Linux-based software, creator and general manager Feargal Mac Conuladh told GamesBeat last year, "We wanted to create a killer TV product where people can game, stream and browse with as much freedom as possible, including accessing pre-owned games from other content providers." Now, Atari has resurfaced with a plan.

Atari Pulls The Curtain Back On New Console That Bridges The Old With The New

about X hours ago from
Atari Pulls The Curtain Back On New Console That Bridges The Old With The New

Much like Bubsy's puzzling return from obscurity with Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back, there's been an air of great confusion surrounding Atari's unexpected resurgence to penetrate the video game market with a new console. A crowd-sourced campaign on Indiegogo was originally planned for the system with modern and retro design variants, but the project was put on hold when "one key element" snagged the publisher's progress with no word since then. With PC architecture running on open Linux-based software, creator and general manager Feargal Mac Conuladh told GamesBeat last year, "We wanted to create a killer TV product where people can game, stream and browse with as much freedom as possible, including accessing pre-owned games from other content providers." Now, Atari has resurfaced with a plan.