Stardew Valley Coming To PlayStation Vita, Plus Some Multiplayer Updates

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Stardew Valley Coming To PlayStation Vita, Plus Some Multiplayer Updates

Chucklefish is going to make sure you have zero excuses to not play Stardew Valley and a bunch of excuses to play it wherever you are by announcing a PlayStation Vita version of the farming and life sim.

Announced today via the Stardew Valley blog, a possible Vita version was first mentioned in January but the developer was non-committal due to having plenty other on their plate at the time. It has been officially confirmed to be available next year, with crossbuy for people who already own the PlayStation 4 version. 

There has also been steady progress on the multiplayer update, with marriage between players being implemented and dancing at festivals with a fellow player now being possible. There's also additional content coming alongside the multiplayer update, which the screenshot above is meant to hint at.

Stardew Valley Coming To PlayStation Vita, Plus Some Multiplayer Updates

about X hours ago from
Stardew Valley Coming To PlayStation Vita, Plus Some Multiplayer Updates

Chucklefish is going to make sure you have zero excuses to not play Stardew Valley and a bunch of excuses to play it wherever you are by announcing a PlayStation Vita version of the farming and life sim.

Announced today via the Stardew Valley blog, a possible Vita version was first mentioned in January but the developer was non-committal due to having plenty other on their plate at the time. It has been officially confirmed to be available next year, with crossbuy for people who already own the PlayStation 4 version. 

There has also been steady progress on the multiplayer update, with marriage between players being implemented and dancing at festivals with a fellow player now being possible. There's also additional content coming alongside the multiplayer update, which the screenshot above is meant to hint at.

Another Star Wars Trailer Drops With Eight Days To Go Until Episode VIII

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Another Star Wars Trailer Drops With Eight Days To Go Until Episode VIII

With just eight days to go until The Last Jedi is unveiled to the world, a short trailer was released on Twitter yesterday.

In VIII days, see Star Wars: #TheLastJedi.
Get tickets now: https://t.co/6vE5KUSv1f pic.twitter.com/kb1NeHFITQ

The trailer shows off short clips of a number of characters from the film, with some small spoilers added in, so don’t watch it or keep reading if you want to go into the film knowing nothing.

Another Star Wars Trailer Drops With Eight Days To Go Until Episode VIII

about X hours ago from
Another Star Wars Trailer Drops With Eight Days To Go Until Episode VIII

With just eight days to go until The Last Jedi is unveiled to the world, a short trailer was released on Twitter yesterday.

In VIII days, see Star Wars: #TheLastJedi.
Get tickets now: https://t.co/6vE5KUSv1f pic.twitter.com/kb1NeHFITQ

The trailer shows off short clips of a number of characters from the film, with some small spoilers added in, so don’t watch it or keep reading if you want to go into the film knowing nothing.

Zavala And Cayde Trade Bars In A Destiny 2 Rap Battle

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Zavala And Cayde Trade Bars In A Destiny 2 Rap Battle

Fan-made rap battles are often pretty cringe-worthy, trading the creativity or energy of actual hip hop for sub-par bars and easy pop culture references. That's what makes this fan-made Destiny 2 rap battle from Dan Bull and Harry Partridge, which was named as Bungie's Movie of the Week in the developer's blog post this week, impressive.

Sure there are still plenty of cheesy puns and references to Destiny's universe in here, but the duo really capture the personality of Zavala and Cayde-6 both in their flows. Zavala, the steadfast and serious Titan, has a more measured, steady flow, while Cayde-6, the witty, roguish Hunter, has a more jittery, energetic flow that buts into Zavala's verses. The animation is fun and when the battle climaxes at the end with both characters rhyming together, it's hard not to get pumped.

Bull made a rap battle for the original Destiny back in 2014 as well, but this video is his first team-up with web filmmaker Partridge.

Zavala And Cayde Trade Bars In A Destiny 2 Rap Battle

about X hours ago from
Zavala And Cayde Trade Bars In A Destiny 2 Rap Battle

Fan-made rap battles are often pretty cringe-worthy, trading the creativity or energy of actual hip hop for sub-par bars and easy pop culture references. That's what makes this fan-made Destiny 2 rap battle from Dan Bull and Harry Partridge, which was named as Bungie's Movie of the Week in the developer's blog post this week, impressive.

Sure there are still plenty of cheesy puns and references to Destiny's universe in here, but the duo really capture the personality of Zavala and Cayde-6 both in their flows. Zavala, the steadfast and serious Titan, has a more measured, steady flow, while Cayde-6, the witty, roguish Hunter, has a more jittery, energetic flow that buts into Zavala's verses. The animation is fun and when the battle climaxes at the end with both characters rhyming together, it's hard not to get pumped.

Bull made a rap battle for the original Destiny back in 2014 as well, but this video is his first team-up with web filmmaker Partridge.

Bayonetta 2 Adds Small Features To Switch Port

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Bayonetta 2 Adds Small Features To Switch Port

Last night at The Game Awards, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime announced that Bayonetta 1 and the Wii U-exclusive Bayonetta 2 would be coming to the Switch as a two-game package. Platinum Games then explained a few Switch features that are being added to Bayonetta 2.

The additions are nothing earth-shattering, but they're neat. Remember Bayonetta 2's online Tag Climax mode, a co-op arena-based competitive mode that almost no one played? It can now be done over local wireless, so if your friends have a Switch and a copy of the game, you can engage in Tag Climax mode locally.

The game now supports amiibo, including but not limited to the two Bayonetta amiibo from the Smash Bros. line. Platinum's post did not explain what they would do, specifically, but unlocking costumes seems like a logical use.

Bayonetta 2 Adds Small Features To Switch Port

about X hours ago from
Bayonetta 2 Adds Small Features To Switch Port

Last night at The Game Awards, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime announced that Bayonetta 1 and the Wii U-exclusive Bayonetta 2 would be coming to the Switch as a two-game package. Platinum Games then explained a few Switch features that are being added to Bayonetta 2.

The additions are nothing earth-shattering, but they're neat. Remember Bayonetta 2's online Tag Climax mode, a co-op arena-based competitive mode that almost no one played? It can now be done over local wireless, so if your friends have a Switch and a copy of the game, you can engage in Tag Climax mode locally.

The game now supports amiibo, including but not limited to the two Bayonetta amiibo from the Smash Bros. line. Platinum's post did not explain what they would do, specifically, but unlocking costumes seems like a logical use.

Romancing SaGa 2 Remastered Comes To Current Platforms

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Romancing SaGa 2 Remastered Comes To Current Platforms

The second entry in the Romancing SaGa series is being remastered with a slew of new features.

In a recent press release from Square Enix, it was revealed Romancing SaGa 2 has a new remastered version on the way for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The remaster offers improved sprite animations and background graphics, enhanced audio, and new character classes and dungeons. The version also provides a New Game + mode for players to see the outcome of each of the game's choices.

The game launches Digitally December 15, with a 20 percent discount available through January 8. A trailer showing the remaster in action can be viewed below.