Destiny 2 Fall Of Osiris Comic Now Available

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Destiny 2 Fall Of Osiris Comic Now Available

A few days ago, Bungie announced that a Destiny 2 tie-in comic titled Fall of Osiris would be coming soon. The comic is now available for fans to read.

The comic is written by Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics fame and is the first major expanded universe content Bungie has done with Destiny. It tells the story of how the lauded Guardian went from hero to traitor. The lore comic idea has been used to great success by Valve with Team Fortress 2 and Blizzard with Overwatch, as it allows pulling in outside talent for less volatile and time-consuming methods of telling an expanded universe story.

You can find the comic at Bungie's website through their comic reader, which tends to give you one panel at a time, so get your left mouse button ready.

Destiny 2 Fall Of Osiris Comic Now Available

about X hours ago from
Destiny 2 Fall Of Osiris Comic Now Available

A few days ago, Bungie announced that a Destiny 2 tie-in comic titled Fall of Osiris would be coming soon. The comic is now available for fans to read.

The comic is written by Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics fame and is the first major expanded universe content Bungie has done with Destiny. It tells the story of how the lauded Guardian went from hero to traitor. The lore comic idea has been used to great success by Valve with Team Fortress 2 and Blizzard with Overwatch, as it allows pulling in outside talent for less volatile and time-consuming methods of telling an expanded universe story.

You can find the comic at Bungie's website through their comic reader, which tends to give you one panel at a time, so get your left mouse button ready.

Studio Panic Button Is Porting Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus To Switch

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Studio Panic Button Is Porting Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus To Switch

Panic Button, the studio that ported Doom to the Switch earlier this year, is porting Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to the Nintendo Switch, according to Bethesda.

When talking to GameReactor, MachineGames' Andreas Öjerfors said that Panic Button has experience using id Tech 6 on the Switch and thus is Bethesda's trusted partner for moving these games over. Additionally, Bethesda clarified that the game is coming in early 2018, so Switch fans looking forward to the title shouldn't have to wait too long.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus released on October 27 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can read our review for that version here, A Switch port was announced during a Nintendo Direct in September, but gameplay footage hasn't been shown yet.

Studio Panic Button Is Porting Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus To Switch

about X hours ago from
Studio Panic Button Is Porting Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus To Switch

Panic Button, the studio that ported Doom to the Switch earlier this year, is porting Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to the Nintendo Switch, according to Bethesda.

When talking to GameReactor, MachineGames' Andreas Öjerfors said that Panic Button has experience using id Tech 6 on the Switch and thus is Bethesda's trusted partner for moving these games over. Additionally, Bethesda clarified that the game is coming in early 2018, so Switch fans looking forward to the title shouldn't have to wait too long.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus released on October 27 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can read our review for that version here, A Switch port was announced during a Nintendo Direct in September, but gameplay footage hasn't been shown yet.

This L.A. Noire VR Video Shows You What It's Like To Be A Cop

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This L.A. Noire VR Video Shows You What It's Like To Be A Cop

Have you played L.A. Noire? Do you know firsthand what it's like to be Detective Cole Phelps, Badge 1247? Then you might want to take it up a notch with this L.A. Noire VR video.

The video, which explains what it's like to be a Detective Cole Phelps in L.A. Noire and his disembodied hands. Watch as Phelps waves to everyone, gets uncomfortably close to witnesses' personal space, and more. Youtuber The Last Mariner definitely puts on a hell of a show.

Check out the video below and remember that sometimes you have to shake a few trees to see what falls out.

This L.A. Noire VR Video Shows You What It's Like To Be A Cop

about X hours ago from
This L.A. Noire VR Video Shows You What It's Like To Be A Cop

Have you played L.A. Noire? Do you know firsthand what it's like to be Detective Cole Phelps, Badge 1247? Then you might want to take it up a notch with this L.A. Noire VR video.

The video, which explains what it's like to be a Detective Cole Phelps in L.A. Noire and his disembodied hands. Watch as Phelps waves to everyone, gets uncomfortably close to witnesses' personal space, and more. Youtuber The Last Mariner definitely puts on a hell of a show.

Check out the video below and remember that sometimes you have to shake a few trees to see what falls out.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta Coming To PS4 And Xbox One January 14

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta Coming To PS4 And Xbox One January 14

While a lot of people missed the last Dragon Ball FighterZ beta a few months ago, but a new beta coming next month lets everyone in who wants in.

Bandai Namco has announced a second beta on January 14, a little less than two weeks before the game's release, and ends on January 16. The beta starts a day earlier for digital preorders and preorders of The Collector's Edition. While the beta does not have a PlayStation+ or Xbox Live Gold requirement to download, they historically still require those subscriptions for online play.

Dragon Ball FighterZ releases on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on January 26. You can check out the latest trailer from Jump Magazine's Jump Festa show below.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta Coming To PS4 And Xbox One January 14

about X hours ago from
Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta Coming To PS4 And Xbox One January 14

While a lot of people missed the last Dragon Ball FighterZ beta a few months ago, but a new beta coming next month lets everyone in who wants in.

Bandai Namco has announced a second beta on January 14, a little less than two weeks before the game's release, and ends on January 16. The beta starts a day earlier for digital preorders and preorders of The Collector's Edition. While the beta does not have a PlayStation+ or Xbox Live Gold requirement to download, they historically still require those subscriptions for online play.

Dragon Ball FighterZ releases on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on January 26. You can check out the latest trailer from Jump Magazine's Jump Festa show below.

Cancelled Fighter Rising Thunder Being Released To Community

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Cancelled Fighter Rising Thunder Being Released To Community

Rising Thunder, a cancelled indie fighting game first beta tested in 2015, is releasing a "Community Edition" of the game to let fans of the game keep it running despite its death.

The fighter was first pitched as an ultra-accessible fighting game that focused on reading your opponent over execution. It boasted a pedigree of a lot of the fighting game community's biggest names like Capcom's Seth Killian before developer Radiant Entertainment was purchased by Riot Games, the company behind League of Legends. Tony Cannon, the head of Radiant Entertainment, announced Rising Thunder would cease development, but that they would be focusing on a new game. 

Today, the former Rising Thunder team announced that they are releasing the latest internal build of the game, which includes online play and local play, but there's no characters or stages that weren't available in the last beta. Additionally, the team is releasing the source code for the servers, allowing the community to tinker with and improve the rudimentary matchmaking server being released with the Community Edition.