For Honor Dedicated Server Tests Beginning Tomorrow For Everyone

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For Honor Dedicated Server Tests Beginning Tomorrow For Everyone

Announced today on Ubisoft's blog for For Honor, the weapon-based fighting game released earlier this year, dedicated server tests are being held over the next few days. Whether you own the game or not, you can participate in the test.

Ubisoft announced that For Honor would be moving to dedicated servers back in July, responding to criticism that the game had overwhelming host advantage and problems with lag. The dedicated server fix has both players connect to Ubisoft's servers to play rather than one player being the host and the other player connecting to them.

During the server beta test, players also earn rewards for the main game and be eligible for raffle prizes like t-shirts and For Honor statues.

For Honor Dedicated Server Tests Beginning Tomorrow For Everyone

about X hours ago from
For Honor Dedicated Server Tests Beginning Tomorrow For Everyone

Announced today on Ubisoft's blog for For Honor, the weapon-based fighting game released earlier this year, dedicated server tests are being held over the next few days. Whether you own the game or not, you can participate in the test.

Ubisoft announced that For Honor would be moving to dedicated servers back in July, responding to criticism that the game had overwhelming host advantage and problems with lag. The dedicated server fix has both players connect to Ubisoft's servers to play rather than one player being the host and the other player connecting to them.

During the server beta test, players also earn rewards for the main game and be eligible for raffle prizes like t-shirts and For Honor statues.

Overwatch's D.Va Nendoroid Announced

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Overwatch's D.Va Nendoroid Announced

Nendoroids, the super deformed and ultra-posable figures based on licensed characters, will be adding Overwatch's D.Va to its roster soon with preorders going up soon.

D.Va joins the list of Overwatch characters that have gotten the Nendoroid treatment, including Tracer, Hanzo, Mei, Mercy, and Genji. D.Va has been long demanded by fans and it seems she's finally getting her turn. Her accessories include a tiny version of her mech, a cellphone she uses for selfies, and most importantly, Dew and Doritos.

Check out the shots below and peruse the product listing at the Good Smile Company.

Overwatch's D.Va Nendoroid Announced

about X hours ago from
Overwatch's D.Va Nendoroid Announced

Nendoroids, the super deformed and ultra-posable figures based on licensed characters, will be adding Overwatch's D.Va to its roster soon with preorders going up soon.

D.Va joins the list of Overwatch characters that have gotten the Nendoroid treatment, including Tracer, Hanzo, Mei, Mercy, and Genji. D.Va has been long demanded by fans and it seems she's finally getting her turn. Her accessories include a tiny version of her mech, a cellphone she uses for selfies, and most importantly, Dew and Doritos.

Check out the shots below and peruse the product listing at the Good Smile Company.

Crytek Sues Star Citizen Developer Over Breach Of Contract

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Crytek Sues Star Citizen Developer Over Breach Of Contract

Crytek, the German video game publisher behind titles like Crysis, is suing Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games over breach of contract and copyright infringement.

The lawsuit, which was filed today in California, alleges that Cloud Imperium Games (CIG) breached its contract with Crytek that was created when the two companies partnered for ambitious space-life sim Star Citizen. This partnership formed alongside CIG's 2012 Kickstarter for Star Citizen. Crytek took an interest in the then-fledgling title and entered into a contract with CIG to allegedly use Crytek's proprietary CryEngine for Star Citizen and aid in development of the engine.

In exchange, Crytek provided marketing and engine support to CIG for the game.

Crytek Sues Star Citizen Developer Over Breach Of Contract

about X hours ago from
Crytek Sues Star Citizen Developer Over Breach Of Contract

Crytek, the German video game publisher behind titles like Crysis, is suing Star Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games over breach of contract and copyright infringement.

The lawsuit, which was filed today in California, alleges that Cloud Imperium Games (CIG) breached its contract with Crytek that was created when the two companies partnered for ambitious space-life sim Star Citizen. This partnership formed alongside CIG's 2012 Kickstarter for Star Citizen. Crytek took an interest in the then-fledgling title and entered into a contract with CIG to allegedly use Crytek's proprietary CryEngine for Star Citizen and aid in development of the engine.

In exchange, Crytek provided marketing and engine support to CIG for the game.

Build-A-Bear Adds Mario Characters And Accessories

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Build-A-Bear Adds Mario Characters And Accessories

Build-A-Bear, the fixture of shopping malls across America in the service of letting children build and customize teddy bears, has rolled out a new line of Nintendo-themed "bears" and accessories.

The new line, which includes bears that look like Mario, Peach, and Luigi, or the humans of the Mushroom Kingdom. In addition, there are bears that are just straight up Yoshi, Bowser, and Toad – you know, the weird monster people of the Mushroom Kingdom. Or if you just want to accessorize the doll with kit like Mario-logo hoodies and power ups.

You can also customize your bear or bear-like creature with sounds, like making it play the Mario theme or say Bowser lines, which I personally think would be funny coming from Toad.

Build-A-Bear Adds Mario Characters And Accessories

about X hours ago from
Build-A-Bear Adds Mario Characters And Accessories

Build-A-Bear, the fixture of shopping malls across America in the service of letting children build and customize teddy bears, has rolled out a new line of Nintendo-themed "bears" and accessories.

The new line, which includes bears that look like Mario, Peach, and Luigi, or the humans of the Mushroom Kingdom. In addition, there are bears that are just straight up Yoshi, Bowser, and Toad – you know, the weird monster people of the Mushroom Kingdom. Or if you just want to accessorize the doll with kit like Mario-logo hoodies and power ups.

You can also customize your bear or bear-like creature with sounds, like making it play the Mario theme or say Bowser lines, which I personally think would be funny coming from Toad.

FEZ Pocket Edition Released For Apple Devices

about X hours ago from
FEZ Pocket Edition Released For Apple Devices

FEZ, the 2D rotation-based reality-bending puzzle platformer, is now available on iOS devices.

The game stars Gomez, a 2D character who has discovered that there exists a 3D world beyond the bounds of what the world knows. The game involves platforming and solving puzzles and overall larger mysteries about the game, the world, and the end of time.

You can check out a teaser trailer for the game below. You can also find our review of the console version of the game here.

Fez Pocket Edition Released For Apple Devices

about X hours ago from
Fez Pocket Edition Released For Apple Devices

Fez, the 2D rotation-based reality-bending puzzle platformer, is now available on iOS devices.

The game stars Gomez, a 2D character who has discovered that there exists a 3D world beyond the bounds of what the world knows. The game involves platforming and solving puzzles and overall larger mysteries about the game, the world, and the end of time.

You can check out a teaser trailer for the game below. You can also find our review of the console version of the game here.