Fortnite Players Are Making Fall Guys Mini-Games In Creative Mode

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Fortnite players have jumped on the Fall Guys bandwagon. They've created all sorts of mini-games, including ones copied from Ultimate Knockout and completely original creations, in Fortnite's creative mode.

Players have remade Door Dash, Tip Toe, Slime Climb, and many other games. They come with pink slime that immediately kills your character to make the resemblance with the game show battle royale complete.

Other players have crafted the Fall Guys characters themselves in Fortnite in order to try and replicate the rag doll physics from Ultimate Knockout.

PS5 And Xbox Series X's Most Underrated New Feature Is A Game-Changer

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The next generation of consoles is pushing hardware power further and faster, but the gulf of noticeable graphical and technical upgrades between generations is shrinking. Microsoft, for example, is consciously blurring the line by promising cross-generation support going forward with the launch of Xbox Series X. That makes quality-of-life features more valuable than ever, including at least one that's more significant than it may seem: multi-game suspension.

The feature has largely flown under the radar, part of the suite of new features casually announced when Microsoft first revealed its next-gen plans. It was announced alongside other ambitious plans and quality-of-life features for new hardware, like an SSD to support faster load times and a new version of its standard wireless controller.

Sony has not detailed specific plans for multi-game suspension, but it stands to reason that the feature could be included into the PlayStation 5. The company has already talked about a similar feature, reportedly to be called Activities, that will let you jump into individual game modes straight from the console dashboard without needing to load into a game's standard menu. It's conceivable that both console manufacturers could borrow these ideas from each other.

Does Bill & Ted Face The Music Have A Post-Credits Scene? We Explain The Ending

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It may have taken three decades, but the third installment in the Bill & Ted franchise is here. Bill & Ted Face the Music has arrived in select theaters and on digital release for you to enjoy, whether you watch it on its own or watch it along with Excellent Adventure and Bogus Journey for the greatest triple feature of all time.

Bill & Ted Face the Music picks up years after 1991's Bogus Journey, finding Bill and Ted middle-aged and not the wildly successful rock stars they expected to be. They do, however, wind up adventuring across time once again in an attempt to save reality from tearing itself apart. How does it end, though? And should you stick around after the credits? Keep reading to find out.

Warning: The following contains major spoilers for the end of Bill and Ted Face the Music. You're going to want to watch this one, so go away until you've done that, then come back here so we can dig into that ending.

Bill & Ted Face The Music: 45 Easter Eggs, References, And Things You Missed

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Bill & Ted Face The Music: 45 Easter Eggs, References, And Things You Missed

We did it! We made it to the release of Bill & Ted Face the Music, at long last. The film, which reunited Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter as their iconic characters for the first time in nearly three decades, is available in select theaters and on digital release as of now.

If you're a fan of the franchise, chances are you've already watched the movie at least once. Did you catch all of the Easter eggs and references sprinkled throughout the film, though? If you didn't, that's quite alright. GameSpot has you covered. After watching Face the Music multiple times, we've uncovered 45 different things you should keep an eye out for in the new film.

You can take a look at all of the Easter eggs and things you might have missed below. Also make sure to check out GameSpot's review of Bill and Ted Face the Music, as well as an explanation of why Bill & Ted 4 probably won't happen.

We did it! We made it to the release of Bill & Ted Face the Music, at long last. The film, which reunited Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter as their iconic characters for the first time in nearly three decades, is available in select theaters and on digital release as of now.

Cris Tales Trailer Reveals More Stylish Animations And New Gameplay

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A new trailer for Cris Tales debuted during Future Games Show. It provided a fresh look at the upcoming stylish RPG. You can watch it, below.

In Cris Tales, you take control of the titular Crisbell (unless the title is actually in reference to her ally, Cristopher--yup, there's more than one Cris), a young orphan who becomes a time mage. Each time mage can affect time in a unique way--in Crisbell's case, she can see the world in the past, present, and future all at the same time. Using this knowledge, she can change the flow of time and influence the course of events.

For example, early-on in the game, Crisbell sees that in the future, two shops in town will fall on hard times after their respective store fronts mysteriously collapse. The means of preventing their collapse can only be achieved by mixing a potion from a rare fruit.

12 Best New Horror Movies You Can Watch Exclusively On Netflix, Prime Video, Shudder, And More

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12 Best New Horror Movies You Can Watch Exclusively On Netflix, Prime Video, Shudder, And More

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused huge disruptions across the entire entertainment industry, with release dates pushed, productions halted, theaters closed, and massive uncertainty about the future of the industry. But even though movie fans have had to stay home, there has thankfully been no shortage of new films to check out.

This is especially true for the horror genre. Horror has long thrived as a home entertainment format--in the '80s, the big franchises like Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th found numerous fans via VHS. Even before the pandemic, many of the best horror movies went straight to streaming, and over the last few months, some films have reached audiences they might not have previously.

While Netflix and Amazon Prime continue to be among the biggest players in the increasingly competitive streaming wars, niche services are also thriving. This is particularly true for AMC's horror platform Shudder, which constantly releases some of the most impressive and acclaimed horror movies from around the world. The last few months have seen some of its best and highest-profile releases to date.

We've picked the best from the past few months on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Shudder, and Video on Demand. All can be watched right now, and reveal just what an exciting time it is right now to be a horror fan.

Nintendo Switch Eshop Releases This Week: Catherine: Full Body, Superliminal, And More

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While the mid-year period is generally pretty quiet as far as big releases go, the Switch is still getting plenty of new games including some unique indies and the Switch port of Catherine: Full Body.

Nintendo's Paper Mario: The Origami King won't be out for almost two weeks still, meaning there's still time for Switch fanatics to get stuck into Catherine: Full Body, the upgraded remake of Catherine that still lives up to the original's messed up concept.

Other highlights in this week's eShop include Superliminal, a first-person puzzle game focusing on optical illusions, and Vigor, a free to play loot shooter arriving near the end of the week.

Team Fortress 2 Classic Mod Is Available In Full Now

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If you often find yourself yearning for a simpler era of online multiplayer games, before Overwatch, or Fortnite, or any kind of battle royale, Team Fortress 2 Classic may be for you. As picked up by VG24/7, the Death and Taxes update on the classic mod is now live, marking TF2 Classic's official release.

Although Valve still supports and occasionally updates Team Fortress 2 over a decade after it was originally released, many players feel the live game doesn't reflect the version they played in its heyday in the years after release.

"Team Fortress 2 Classic is a re-imagining of the 2008-2009 era of the original Team Fortress 2, [which we] consider the "Classic Era", featuring old features that were scrapped and worked upon, or new content such as new weapons and gamemodes," the mod's website explains. Despite being a huge undertaking, the TF2 Classic mod is entirely fan-made by team Eminoma.

Pokemon: Twilight Wing Anime's Penultimate Episode Is Full Of Ghosts And Emotion

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Episode 6 of Pokemon: Twilight Wings is now available in English, further exploring the world of Galar, the continent explored in Pokemon Sword & Shield. The episode, which focuses on gym leader Allister and some previously unseen characters, is a surprisingly emotional little story about two kids in hospital.

The episode, which is called Moonlight and can be watched in full below, isn't particularly heavy on Pokemon outside of a few ghost types--it's more about two kids struggling to come to terms with what their undefined illness means for their future as Pokemon trainers.

Happily, the tone is kept pretty light despite some potentially heavy themes, and it's heavily implied that both kids will be okay.

Moonlight also gives us some more insight into Allister, a character that is exclusive to Pokemon Shield.

It's not as good as, say, Barry Jenkins' Best Picture Oscar-winning 2016 film Moonlight, but it's still pretty nice.

Pokemon: Twilight Wings is set to run for seven episodes in total, so there's one more to go. These episodes have done a good job of fleshing out the world of Galar, which has also expanded in-game recently thanks to the Isle of Armor expansion.

Brie Larson Starts YouTube Channel And Reveals The Movies She Auditioned For

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Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson, who plays Captain Marvel in the MCU, has started a new YouTube channel. In this first episode, Larson invites a series of famous YouTube users and people in her life--including Sean Evans from Hot Ones and even her grandmother--to give her advice on how to make a popular YouTube channel. She also shared some secrets about her life in Hollywood.

Larson revealed that she auditioned for Star Wars, The Hunger Games, and Terminator: Genisys. She did not share any details on the specific parts she tried out for, so we can only guess. On the subject of the Terminator, Larson shared that she got a flat tire on the way to the audition, and then "got a flat tire at the audition" so to speak, and ultimately did not get the part.

Also in the video, Larson speaks briefly about her love of video games, and she says future videos could cover that topic. She also confirmed that she plays Fortnite and might make a future video about playing Duos with another celebrity streamer. Appearing on Hot Ones recently, Larson spoke at length about her love for Super Mario 3D World and Nintendo games in general.