Devil May Cry 5 Tips: How To Get The Secret Ending In Short Time

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Devil May Cry 5 Tips: How To Get The Secret Ending In Short Time

In Devil May Cry 5, you'll need to up your skills in combat to see some of the game's most exciting and satisfying moments. Just like in previous games in the series, Capcom's action game features some hidden secrets to uncover, and they'll require players to put their skills to the test in order to unlock them. Though in a slight change from past games, which feature post-credits easter eggs at game's end, Devil May Cry 5's secret ending can be seen during the opening mission of the game.

In the Prologue, you'll play as Nero--sans his iconic Devil Bringer. As it's revealed in the first act of the game, his demonic arm was torn off by a mysterious figure, and he's been hellbent on exacting revenge ever since. In the state Nero is in during the beginning of the game, the scrappy protagonist isn't as well-equipped compared to his outing in DMC4, which makes his first major encounter with the all-powerful Urizen a major battle to overcome. This first boss fight is intended to show how powerful this big bad is, and that Nero will need more power to stand a chance. Having said that, it's actually possible to defeat Urizen in this battle--ending the threat before it even begins to have a major impact.

New Shenmue 3 Trailer Shows Off Combat

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Ever since its unveiling at E3 2015, Shenmue III has had very little new information revealed about it. Aside from gaining an official release date after suffering not one but two delays, publisher Deep Silver has kept the project largely away from the all-seeing public. However, a new trailer shows off the game's engine and combat. And it looks pretty good.

The trailer, just a smidge longer than two and a half minutes in length, starts with series protagonist Ryo Hazuki wiped out on the floor with the mysterious girl, Ling Shenhua, kneeling over him. Some random thug with hair like a helmet, who's likely the one responsible for Ryo lying on the floor, mocks him.

The trailer then cuts to Ryo following up on reports of some goons searching for something called the Pheonix Mirror. After the duo investigates some leads, we then see Ryo training with some mysterious hermit familiar with his father, Iwao Hazuki. It's here where we see Ryo engaged in two battles, showing off the game's combat. It's reminiscent of early 90s/early-aughts fighters like Virtua Fighter or brawlers like The Bouncer. You can view the trailer below.

New Anthem Update 1.0.3 Goes Live, Patch Notes Detailed

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Anthem, BioWare's looter-shooter, has had some trouble since it launched early February. The game has been crashing hardware and a bug has made Anthem's starter weapon a bit overpowered. Those are just a couple of the issues the game has faced. However, BioWare has committed to improving Anthem, and the developer has revealed a host of fixes in its latest patch, which is live now.

According to a post by EA community manager Jesse Anderson, Anthem's 1.0.3. update addresses a number of issues both known and unknown to players. Chief among them is a improvements to platform stability, a problem that's rendered the game unplayable for numerous Freelancers. The patch also brings audio fixes, loot changes, and more.

Respawn timers for Crit-Path, Agent Missions, and other non-end game missions are now 10 seconds. Strongholds, Legendary Contracts, and other end game mission respawn timers are now 30 seconds. Freeplay respawn timers, meanwhile, have remained unchanged.

US Review: Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone Audition Is Brilliant

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How do you follow a pop culture juggernaut like Get Out? After not only smashing the box office but earning a screenplay Oscar, Jordan Peele is ready to haunt our collective nightmares again with Us--while also proving he’s the perfect guy to reboot The Twilight Zone.

Like the best Twilight Zone episodes, Us has both twists and social commentary. Jordan Peele has said before that he wasn’t going to do another film about race, so for his sophomore feature he expands his scope and tackles the entire United States in a film that asks us to look within, and see the danger we ourselves have become. To this end, we begin with a prologue set in 1986, where a young Adelaide Wilson (Madison Curry) watches a commercial for Hands Across America--a campaign to make a human chain across the continental United States--before stumbling across a hall of mirrors under a Santa Cruz pier. She finds more than mere reflections, an event that leaves her traumatized.

The Creators Of Days Gone Talk Bringing The Zombie Apocalypse To Unexpected Territory

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The Creators Of Days Gone Talk Bringing The Zombie Apocalypse To Unexpected Territory

Bend Studio, the developers behind the PS4 exclusive Days Gone, have seen the PlayStation platform grow through the ages. Starting out with Bubsy 3D, one of the earliest 3D platformers, they pivoted to great success with the Syphon Filter series--one of the original PlayStation's more defining first-party games. In the time since, Bend Studio worked closely with other developers on franchises like Uncharted and Resistance, but on the year of Syphon Filter's 20th anniversary, the studio is launching its first new IP in two decades.

After spending some hands-on time with the game, we spoke with creative director John Garvin and game director Jeff Ross about the studio's formative years and how the new open-world game set in the Pacific Northwest aims to shake up the familiar trappings of the setting. The following interview has been edited for clarity and readability.

Bend Studio is actually one of the oldest PlayStation developers still around today. This is the first new IP coming from the studio in a long time, so with that, there seems to be a lot of perspective on what makes a good Sony game.

Devil May Cry 5 Tips: How To See The Secret Ending In Short Time

about X hours ago from
Devil May Cry 5 Tips: How To See The Secret Ending In Short Time

In Devil May Cry 5, you'll need to improve your skills in combat to see some of the game's most exciting and satisfying moments. Just like in previous games in the series, Capcom's action game features some hidden secrets to uncover, and they'll require players to put their skills to the test in order to unlock them. Though in a , which feature post-credits easter eggs at game's end, Devil May Cry 5's secret ending can be seen during the opening mission of the game.

In the Prologue, you'll play as Nero--sans his iconic Devil Bringer. As it's revealed in the first act of the game, his demonic arm was torn off by a mysterious figure, and he's been hellbent on exacting revenge ever since. In this state, the scrappy protagonist is as well-equipped compared to his outing in DMC4, which makes his first major encounter with the all-powerful Urizen a major battle to overcome. This first boss fight is intended to show how powerful this big bad is, and that Nero will need more power to stand a chance. Having said that, it's actually possible to defeat Urizen in this battle--ending the threat before it even begins to have a major impact.

Days Gone Feels Very Familiar, But That Might Not Be Such A Bad Thing

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Days Gone Feels Very Familiar, But That Might Not Be Such A Bad Thing

The PS4 exclusive Days Gone is approaching its release on April 26. Coming from Bend Studio, the developers behind the Syphon Filter series and Uncharted: Golden Abyss, the third-person open-world game takes a lot of cues from previous Sony AAA titles, all while set within the popular setting of a zombie apocalypse. After a recent hands-on session with the game, GameSpot editors Edmond Tran and Alessandro Fillari came together to share their thoughts on what it was like exploring Days Gone's take on the Pacific Northwest during harsher times.

For more on Days Gone, check out our interview with the developers from Bend Studio about the making of the game, and stay tuned for our video impressions detailing how the new open world game stacks up.

Alessandro: So to start things off, what do you think of Days Gone in the broader sense? The basic premise is essentially Sons of Anarchy by way of The Walking Dead, and I certainly got the impression it was sticking fairly close to those sources of inspiration. Like the main character, Deacon St. John, seems like he'd fit right in within either of those shows.